• THE WEST Region put on a fantastic show of song, dance and comedy at the Talent Spot final, held at the SECC's Clyde Armadillo last weekend.

  • SAYFC'S NATIONAL chairman, Katherine Marr, has been selected to take part in the Queen's Baton Relay in the run up to the Commonwealth Games.

  • IT WAS the winning team from the junior section which went on to stand overall winners at last weekend's East Region beef cattle dressing, held at United Auctions' Stirling centre.

  • ALL THREE regions of the Scottish Association of Young Farmers' Clubs were represented at last weekend's National curing comeptition.

  • AN OUTSTANDING number of SAYFC members - more than double the number of spaces available - applied for a number of international trips, this year, which include the European Rally in Wales and the Agri and Rural Affairs study trip, which heads to Argentina.

  • ALSO HELD at Dunfermline High School on the last day of the competitions weekend was the quiz final which saw a team from each region vie for victory over a range of topics.

  • STRIKING IT lucky and bowling their way to the top of the leaderboard during the 10-pin bowling competition was the team from Biggar YFC. Pictured from left are Iain Lyon, Jack Warnock, Sarah McKeand, Duncan Hodge and James Taylor, with Stuart Hogg also joining the team. Picking up second was Carluke YFC, while in third was Stranraer and Rhins YF

  • STRICHEN JAC member John Brown was crowned 2014 Member of the Year, following a day of interviews at the National competitions weekend in Dunfermline.

  • CONTINUING THEIR fine form from the West Region elimination, the Kilmaurs YFC red team headed home from the SAYFC National Competitions Weekend with the top speechmaking title.

  • FUN, FROLICS and a number of full-on shots to the face were seen during SAYFC's one-off competition for 2014 - dodgeball.