Fruit and vegetables

Derek BondE Trophy (Fruit & Vegetables): Chris Wilson

Class

1.  Longest runner bean … 1st Prize:  John Gardiner  2nd prize: Sue Saul

2.  Six runner beans … 1st Prize: D Ascough  2nd prize: David Laversha

3.  Six French beans … 1st Prize: Alan Dawson

4.  Cabbage – one green round head … 1st Prize: Chris Wilson

5.  Three courgettes … 1st Prize: Simon Richmond  2nd prize: Tony Dixon

6. Three onions, trimmed … 1st Prize: Chris Wilson  2nd prize: Alan Dawson

7.  Any one other vegetable … 1st Prize: Chris Wilson  2nd prize: John Marston

8. Four potatoes, same variety … 1st Prize: Elizabeth Forder  2nd prize: Barry Atkinson

9.  Selection, three different vegetables … 1st Prize: Chris Wilson  2nd prize: Barry Atkinson

10. Most mis-shapen vegetable … 1st Prize: Andrew Sage  2nd prize: Simon Richmond

11. A selection of any three different fruit … 1st Prize: Elizabeth Forder

12. Truss of cherry tomatoes, red or yellow, with calix … 1st Prize: Yvonne Huntington  2nd prize: Elizabeth Forder

13. Three standard tomatoes, red or yellow, with calix … 1st Prize: Geraldine Atkinson  2nd prize: Barry Atkinson

14. Four desert apples … 1st Prize: Neil Hooton  2nd prize: Dale Smith

15. Four cooking apples … 1st Prize: Chris Wilson  2nd prize: Anne Carr

16. Blackberries, plate of 25, each complete with calix … 1st Prize: not awarded

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