Thirteen
competitors
took
part
in
this
year’s
South
Ronaldsay
Boys’
Ploughing
Match
at
the
Sands
o’
Wright
on
a
Saturday
in
August. Following
on
from
the
judging
of
the
‘horses’
at
the
school
in
St
Margaret’s
Hope,
around
150
spectators
made
the
short
journey
out
to
the
beach
to
take
in
the
ploughing
match.
Two
boys
were
competing
in
the
champions
class
and
it
was
the
first
who
triumphed
taking
the
prize
for
best
start
and
best
finish,
and
best
feering
and
finish
combined. In
the
ordinary
class,
the
best
start
and
finish,
and
feering
and
finish
combined,
went
to
another
boy.
He
also
won
the
overall
championship
of
the
field.
Second
in
the
ordinary
class
was
a
third
boy. There
were
fewer
taking
part
than
usual
in
the
Festival
of
the
Horse
at
St
Margaret’s
Hope
School. The
best
harness
was
judged
to
have
been
worn
by
one
of
the
girls.
The
best
decoration
was
shown
by
a
second
and
a
third
was
runner-up,
with
a
fourth
girl
who
came
third.
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