Supreme champion: Hugh and Lynne Dunlops 536kg Limousin x Charolais cross steer, Am-Yer-Man; res, Ewan and Donald MacPhersons 475kg Charolais x Blonde dAquitaine heifer, Moonlight Lady.
Supreme champion heifer: Ewan and Donald MacPhersons Moonlight Lady; res, Hugh and Lynne Dunlops 568kg Charolais x Belgian Blue/Ayrshire, Magic Moment.
Supreme champion steer: Hugh and Lynne Dunlops Am-Yer-Man; res, Tom Owens 522kg pure Limousin, Blackwood Liona.
Champion crossbred heifer: Ewan and Donald MacPhersons Moonlight Lady; res, Hugh and Lynne Dunlops Magic Moment.
Champion crossbred steer: Hugh and Lynne Dunlops Am-Yer-Man; res, Don Williams 648kg Limousin x Belgian Blue, Mark.
Champion pure bred heifer: W and S Bedells 586kg Limousin, Stavely Lara; res, Dermot Smalls 623kg Belgian Blue, Ballygrange Matilda.
Champion pure bred steer and junior pure steer: Tom Owens Limousin, Blackwood Liona; res, Paul Tippetts 525kg Limousin, Bradwell Lookout.
Senior pure bred steer: Tom Owens 588kg Limousin Blackwood Lovejoy; res, David Sinclairs 544kg Belgian Blue, Avon Blues Myson.
Junior crossbred heifer: Ewan and Donald MacPhersons Moonlight Lady; res, Hugh and Lynne Dunlops 467kg Limousin x Limousin/Ayrshire, Spice Girl.
Senior crossbred heifer: Hugh and Lynne Dunlops Magic Moment; res, J Pettigrews 555kg Charolais x Limousin, Antigua.
Junior crossbred steer: Tom Owens 499kg three parts Limousin, Scotty; res, Ewan and Donald MacPhersons 492kg three parts Limousin, Coinneach.
Intermediate crossbred steer: Hugh and Lynne Dunlops Am-Yer-Man; res, Rae Grieves 593kg Limousin, Shananigan.
Senior crossbred steer: Don Williams Mark; res, Bertie Patons 712kg Limousin x Charolais cross, Rob Roy.
Kings Cup (best home-bred animal): Hugh and Lynne Dunlops Am-Yer-Man; res, Don Williams Mark.
Duke of Norfolk Cup (breed teams of three): Limousin; res, Aberdeen Angus.
Queen Mother Cup (native breed championship): Graham Tullys South Devon heifer, Waddeton Dainty 65th; res, William Roberts Welsh Black heifer, Mynach Sidan.
Aberdeen Angus: Scott Watsons junior steer, Egoiste; res, Rae Grieves senior steer, Hurdcott Lancer.
Devon: Richard Wrights steer, West Hele Sunshine; res, Richard Wrights steer, West Hale Nathan.
Hereford: D E Jones steer, Dendor 1 Neil; res, Harvey Bros steer Harveybros 1 Minder.
Highland: R W Thomsons Hamish of Auch; res, Michael Williamsons Niall of Munlochy.
Lincoln Red: Mr and Mrs D Newtons Cowbridge Umpire; res, C L Bembridges Anwick Vanguard.
South Devon: Gordon Tullys Waddeton Dainty 65th; res, A P Greenshields Herrington Hill Kitty 17th.
Sussex: Szechenyi and Ganders Eastbridge Snowdrop 17; res, Peter Szechenyis Dale.
Welsh Black: William Roberts Mynach Sidan; res, R Dafydd Jones Cader Emrys 16.
Galloway champion and reserve: David Sinclairs Kilnstown Casper and Casino Boy of Kilnstown.
Belgian Blue: Dermot Smalls Ballygrange Matilda; res, Roger Randalls Battlesden Mars.
Charolais: Limestone Farmings Givendale Lumo; res, Ronald Mackies Ross Lucy.
Limousin: Tom Owens Blackwood Liona; res, Paul Tippetts Bradwell Lookout.
Blonde dAquitaine: K and AC Jacksons Stubbswalden Lilly; res, P A and A J Luteys Antron Lional.
Supreme champion lambs: David Gardiners Beltex; res, Douganhill Farms South Country Cheviots.
Prince of Wales Cup for best exhibitor-bred lambs: David Gardiners Beltex; res, J * C Campbells Suffolks
Shortwoolled: David Gardiners Beltex; res, J * C Campbells Suffolks
Longwoolled: Mr and Mrs J Lukehursts Devon and Cornwall Longwools; res, Ms A B Garbutt and S C Johns Teeswaters.
Mountain: Douganhill Farms South Country Cheviots; res, G Dart and Sons Exmoor Horns
Butchers lambs (live): David Gardiners Beltex; res, Tom Stewarts Suffolk crosses
Combined live/dead: P Ritter and Sons Dutch Texel crosses; res, David Gardiners Beltex.
Beef: Supreme champion Mrs Liz Crichtons Aberdeen Angus cross heifer; res, John Yates Limousin x Blonde dAquitaine x Friesian steer.
Lamb: Supreme champion Dixon Smith (Lyons) Texel; res, Mrs S * C Rawlings Dutch Texel.
Pork: Worsall Manor Farms Newsham XL x Newsham N21; res, David Tweeds Large White.
Bacon: Worsall Manor Farms Newsham XL x Newsham N21; res, Jeremy J Barbers Duroc x Large White.
Venison: Julian & April Westcotts Red deer hind; res, Wootton Farms Red deer stag.
Butchers weight lamb: D L Gardiners Beltex; res, R J Slades Texel x Texel cross.
Combined live/dead: P Ritter & Sons Texel x Texel cross; res, D • Gardiners Beltex.
Beef: Liz Crichtons 713lb Aberdeen Angus x heifer, 260p/lb to J Wood, Mansfield.
Lamb: Dixon Smith (Lyons) 50lb Texel, 520p/lb to J Wood, Mansfield.
Pork: Worsall Manor Farms 76lb Newsham, 350p/lb to J. Wood, Mansfield.
Bacon: Worsall Manor Farms 64lb Newsham XL x Newsham N21, 220p/lb to Game Table Meats, Chelmsford.
Venison: J and A Westcotts 117lb red hind, 230p/lb to Messers Richards, London.
Butchers weight lambs: D L Gardiners 44lb Beltex, 520/lb to Maurice Bristow, Outwood, Surrey.
Combined live/dead: P Ritter and Sons 46lb Texel xs, 500p/lb to J Wood, Mansfield.
David Gardiner (right) with his championship winning Beltex lambs.
Supreme champion Am-Yer-Man.
Judge Bryan Cockburn with winning Aberdeen-Angus beef carcass.