There were a host of woolly wonders at this year’s Pembrokeshire County Show with sheep judge Derfel Harries saying that the standard of entries had been ‘tremendous’.

Winning the Supreme Champion was young Josh Sparks from Miskin who also won the Native Breed champion.

Show livestock announcer Geraint James said that the entries for the sheep section had reached pre-Covid levels after a bit of a dip last year.

Western Telegraph: Louise Nash from Winston with her Reserve Champion and judge Derfel Harries.

This was caused by uncertainty about whether agricultural shows would go ahead at the start of the year and meant that some breeders did not have animals ready to show when restrictions were relaxed.

Mr James said that this year the numbers were back to normal with good levels of entries.

Western Telegraph: Interbreed group of three Champions Griffiths and Davies with competition sponsor Emyr Jenkins from Pembrokeshire Fencing.

Judge Derfel Harries, who had returned to cast his expert eye over the sheep after around a decade of absence from Pembrokeshire County Show said that the standard of entries had been ‘tremendous’.

“It has been a really good quality of entries and the standard has been tremendous in the championship,” he said.

Western Telegraph: Judge Derfel Harries casts his expert eye over the sheep.

“It was a very difficult choice [choosing the Supreme Champion] but the best sheep won in my opinion. It was a tremendous show of sheep.”

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