Carmarthenshire YFC Entertainment competition was held recently at Neuadd y Gwendraeth. There have been three nights of fierce competing, with one club competing in the English competition and nine clubs competing in the Welsh competition.
Llandovery YFC took the cup in the English section with its performance of “Let’s talk … Later!”. In the Welsh Department, Penybont YFC came to the first with their performance of “Yma i Aros”, with Dyffryn Cothi YFC second, and Capel Iwan YFC third. Congratulations to all the Clubs for great performances.
The awards for the best individuals in the Welsh and English Section went to the following:
Best Male Performer aged 18 or under: Gilbert Roberts, Penybont YFC
Best Female Performer aged 18 or under: Lowri Voyle, Llanddarog YFC
Best Male Performer aged 26 or under: Deian Thomas and Eirwyn Richards, Dyffryn Cothi YFC
Best Female Performer aged 26 or under: Carys Hâf Evans, Dyffryn Cothi YFC
Best Producer: Buddug James Rees, Indeg Jameson, Mared Evans a Sioned Page Jones, Penybont YFC
Llandovery YFC and Penybont YFC will represent Carmarthenshire at the finals of the Entertainment competition at Wales level in Newtown. Good luck to them.
We are very grateful to our judge, Mr Terwyn Davies, for his tireless work throughout the week. Thank you also to everyone who contributed throughout the week, especially to Dafydd Lloyd George and Nia Thomas who worked diligently with the lighting and sound. A special thanks also to everyone who helped with the parking, at the door, selling the raffle and for the County Officers for being in charge of the shop as well as presenting the three nights.
The week would not have been possible without our sponsors, Carmarthenshire County Council and Addysg Seren and also the Farmers’ Union of Wales for sponsoring the awards.