For the first time ever this year, a Virtual Eisteddfod was held. After receiving several entries across all departments, Penybont YFC was the winner, with Llanddarog YFC second. Penybont YFC was also victorious in the homework section.
Our thanks goes to the judges of the Eisteddfod for their service.
Music Section: Alaw Llwyd Owen
Recitation Section: Nia Wyn Tudor
Light Section: Eurfyl Lewis
Homework Section: Dafydd Vaughan
The Crown and Chair: Osian Wyn Owen
This year’s Crown winner is Sioned Howells and Sioned is also the winner of this year’s Chair. Congratulations to her for doing the double. Sioned came 1st in the crown in 2017 and 2nd in the crown in 2016 and 2018. Sioned Howells is 21 years old and belongs to Llanllwni Young Farmers Club, where she has been a member since 2011. She has participated in various competitions as a member; such as Public Speaking, County Rally, Entertainment Competition and the Eisteddfod. She was the Junior Member of Carmarthenshire YFC in 2017. Sioned was Head Girl at Ysgol Bro Teifi in 2017-18 and is now studying Midwifery at Swansea University.
Here are the full Eisteddfod Results:
All of the entries in the stage competitions are available to view on our Youtube channel. Follow the link: