Carmarthenshire YFC’s 2020 Drama Competition
Carmarthenshire YFC’s English and Welsh Drama competition was held recently at Gwendraeth Hall. There were four nights of intense competition with one club competing in the English Drama and nine clubs in the Welsh Drama.
Llandovery YFC took the cup in the English section with their performance of “Murder at the Moorhead Manor”. In the Welsh section, Llangadog YFC came out on top with their performance of “i”, with Llanllwni YFC second, and Dyffryn Cothi YFC (Black). Congratulations to all the clubs for great performances.
The awards for the best individuals in the English and Welsh Department went to the following:
Best performer aged 18 or under: Iwan Thomas, St Ishmaels YFC
Best female performer aged 18 or under: Lois Davies, Llangadog YFC
Best performer aged 26 or under: Owain Davies, Llanllwni YFC
Best female performer aged 26 or under: Rhian Hughes, Llandovery YFC
Best Producer: Gary Davies, Llanllwni YFC
Llandovery and Llangadog YFC will represent Carmarthenshire in the final of the Wales-level Drama competition in Caernarfon. Good luck to them.
We are very grateful to our adjudicator Mr Euros Lewis for his work during the week. Thanks also to everyone who helped during the week and a special thank you to Dafydd Lloyd George and Nia Thomas who worked diligently at the light and sound. Special thanks also to all those who helped with the parking, at the door, raffle sales and County Officers and Ambassadors 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, Hefin Jones and HB Enoch & Owen and also the Farmers Union of Wales for sponsoring the awards.