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THE MATCH OF THE WEST Mendip Ploughing Society


(Formerly Blagdon, Winford, Charterhouse & West Mendip Ploughing Society) Established 1858


Affiliated to the Society of Ploughmen Ltd and the Somerset and Avon Ploughing Championship Association


Results for the 150th Annual Competitions held on 100 Acres, Yoxter, Nr Priddy, BA5 3BS on Wednesday 25th September 2019. A special memento of an engraved Glass Tankard to mark the 150th Ploughing Match will be given to each cup winner.


PLOUGHING


Class 1 - Horse Ploughing 1ST John Mattingley, Long Ashton (Jack Daniels & Marcel) 2ND Best Turned Out Michael Yorke, Taunton (Merlin & Isaac)


Class 2 - High Cut 1ST Gary Haberfield, Farrington Gurney 2ND Graham Soule, Gloucester 3RD Peter Brock, Tickenham 4TH Rob Jenkins, Sandford


Class 3 - Vintage - For the best ben of land ploughed by any Competitor using a tractor (in production before 31st December 1959) and trailing plough. Mould boards should not exceed 36” 1ST John Hodges, Tetbury 2ND Mike Yeats, Oxon 3RD Colin Stacey, Street 4TH Derek Turner, Winchester


Class 4 - Vintage - For the best ben of land ploughed by any Competitor using a tractor (in production before 31st December 1959) and trailing plough. Mould boards should not exceed 43” 1ST Robin Hodges, Backwell 2ND Bernie Weaver, Winford


Class 5 - Vintage - For the best ben of land ploughed by any Competitor using a tractor and mounted plough (plough and tractor to have been in production before 31st December 1959). 1ST Stephen Paine, Wimborne 2ND Andy Westcott, Wellington 3RD Steve Clavey, East Harptree 4TH Steven Jones, Stanton Drew


Class 6 - For the best ben of land ploughed by any competitor using a Ferguson T20 Ferguson Tractor with Ferguson plough. 1ST Giles Pursey, Street 2ND Timothy Hurley, Stanton Wick 3RD Trevor Patterson, Highworth 4TH Chris Huck, Cirencester


Class 7 - For the best ben of land ploughed by any competitor using a Massey Ferguson 100 series tractor and Ferguson, Massey Harris Ferguson or Massey Ferguson plough. 1ST Andy Stacey, Somerton 2ND Michael Taviner, West Harptree 3RD Tony Champney, Street 4TH Pete Duckett, Wedmore


Class 8 - ‘The Classic Class’ - For the best ben of land ploughed by any competitor using a tractor produced prior to Q-cab regulations (approx 1976) and mounted plough in production before 31st December 1976 1ST Hugo Hoyle, Abingdon 2ND Paul Studley, Honiton 3RD Stephen Braithwaite, Cirencester 4TH David Rae, Beaminster


10 NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2019 call 01295 404077 to advertise or email thevintagescene@centralhorsenews.co.uk


Class 9 - Novice Conventional Ploughing – For the best ben of land ploughed by a complete NOVICE using any type of plough 1ST George Gell, Langford 2ND Mark Livingstone, Cannington 3RD Robin Pritchard, Binegar 4TH Tom Broad, Winford


Class 10 - Conventional Plough – 3 furrows or more 1ST N Norman, Frome 2ND Chris Burr, Binegar 3RD Colin Phillips, Coleford 4TH Ed Champeny, Winscombe


Class 11 - Semi Digger 1ST Bill Tonkin, Crediton 2ND Donald Tonkin, Crediton 3RD Jonathan Lander, Cirencester 4TH W A Parsons, West Sussex


Class 13 - Open Reversible - 3 furrows or more 1ST Sam Francis, Hemington 2ND Nigel Williams, Chilcote 3RD Matt Curtis, Farrington Gurney 4TH Max Turner, Mells


Class 14 – Classic Reversible Ploughing 1ST Chris Stuckey, West Harptree


Class 15 - Horticultural Ploughing 1ST


Chris Kearn, Taunton 2ND Brian Waite, Witney


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