Reserve champion female at Autumn Show & Sale. Luddenmore Ebony bred & exhibited by Michael Sheehan

Reserve Champion at Munster Branch Autumn Show & Sale. Shinguan Pepsi exhibited & bred by Pat Murray with Judge Derek Lovell

Female champion at Munster Branch Irish Angus sale bred & exhibited by Denis Twomey and Judge Derek Lovell

Champion Male Tubridmore Prince John bred & exhibited by Denis Twomey with Judge Derek Lovell/

The Munster branch of the Irish Angus Society held its third annual autumn show & sale at Kilmallock mart on Friday Nov 9th.
On the night there was a 75% clearance of the females put through the ring sold on the night. Five of these females have been sold as foundation females into new Angus herds. The average for females on the night was €2,100 up €100 on last year.

Derek Lovell of the Knockbrown herd from Bandon Cork was the judge and he tapped forward Tubridmore Noble Brazillian from the herd of Denis Twomey, Causeway Co. Kerry as the Show champion. This stylist Nov 16 female is a daughter of Netherton MrBrazillian and she later sold for €2,700.

The reserve champion was also from the herd of Michael Sheahan Grange Kilmallock. Luddenmore P323 Ebony is a daughter of Friarstown Prairie and this Apr 17 daughter went unsold on the night.

Top price of the night went also went to Denis Twomey Tubridmore Nichole, this daughter of Coneyisland legend sold for €3,000.

Other top prices on the night Luddenmore Flora again from Michael sheehan sold for €2,300 while the youngest heifer on the night Orcan Ruby from the herd of Tim Slattery in Tralee sold for €2,000. This heifer was also a daughter of coneyisland legend.

In the Male ring the Derek tapped forward Tubridmore Prince John as Champion male. This stylist bull Sept 17 came from the herd of Denis Twomey is a son of Shankill max. Prince John failed to meet his reserve in the ring later.

The reserve male was Shinguan Pepsi. This Apr 17 bull came from the herd of Pat Murray Roscrea Co Tipperary. Pepsi is a son of Mogeely Joe and he also failed to meet his reserve in the ring.

Top price on the night went to first time exhibitor Kay McCarthy for the youngest bull in the catalogue Lisnafulla Prince. Prince who is a KYA son sold for €2,050 on the night