7 August 1998

Working out to music

THE aerobics to music competition was one of several YFC which provided great entertainment for visitors to the Royal Welsh Show. There was standing room only as a succession of teams, both male and female, took to the catwalk to perform rigorous routines to lively music.

The class, in which teams of up to seven members had up to 10mins to impress judge Carol Williams from Anglesey, was won by Pembrokeshire, with Carmarthen second and Glamorgan third.

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Royal Welsh Show competition results:

Federation 1 Ceredigion; 2 Radnor; 3 Carmarthen. Video 1 Radnor; 2 Ceredigion; 3 Radnor. Craft 1 Louise Davies, Radnor; 2 Yvonne Davies, Brecknock; 3 Geraint Owens, Ceredigion. Promotion of Welsh beef 1 Ceredigion; 2 Pembroke; 3 Radnor. Sheep shearing 1 Carmarthen; 2 Radnor; 3 Brecknock. Mobile display 1 Ceredigion; 2 Carmarthen; 3 Brecknock. Cookery 1 Ceredigion; 2 Gwent; 3 Carmarthen. Welsh black cattle judging 1 Anglesey; 2 Merioneth; 3 Glamorgan. Individual (under 26) Robert Edwards, Gwent; (under 21) Aled Jones, Merioneth; (under 18) Rob Chandler, Gwent; (under 16) Dyfed Watkins, Brecknock. Highest scoring individuals competing through medium of Welsh (under 26) Gerallt Roberts, Clwyd; (under 21) Aled Jones, Merioneth; (under 18) Dylan Jones, Merioneth; (under 16) equal Tudor Davies, Clwyd and Llew Davies, Anglesey.

Bungee race 1 Anglesey; 2 Brecknock; 3 Montgomery. Directory 1 Pembroke; 2 Ceredigion; 3 Radnor. Flower arranging 1 Bethan Hughes Jones, Gwent; 2 Julia Thomas, Radnor; 3 Gwenan Mai Evans, Eryri. Llyn sheep judging 1 Radnor; 2 Clwyd; 3 Gwent. Highest scoring individual (under 26) Stephen Jones, Brecknock; (under 21) Gwyn Pritchard, Anglesey; (under18) Alan Jones, Ceredigion; (under 16) Robert Hoggins, Gwent.

Pop star 1 Carmarthen; 2 Pembroke; 3 Ceredigion. Tug of war (boys) 1 Pembroke; 2 Carmarthen; 3 Montgomery. (girls) 1 Pembroke; 2 Gwent; 3 Ceredigion. Photography 1 Gwent; 2 Pembroke; 3 Clwyd. Forestry/park bench 1 Radnor; 2 Carmarthen; 3 Brecknock. Welsh mountain pony judging 1 Brecknock; 2 Radnor; 3 Glamorgan. Individual (under 26) Simon Evans, Glamorgan; (under 21) Phillip John Lewis, Brecknock; (under 18) Maria Watts, Brecknock; (under 16) Lynwen Evans, Montgomery. Generation game 1 Clwyd; 2 Gwent; 3 Ceredigion. Fencing 1 Montgomery; 2 Radnor, 3 Brecknock. Folk dancing 1 Pembroke; 2 Carmarthen; 3 Ceredigion. R L Jones memorial trophy for highest marks in all stockjudging 1 Radnor; 2 Brecknock; 3 Gwent. NFU challenge trophy for highest marks in eight competitions 1 Ceredigion; equal 2 Radnor and Pembroke.