Wednesday 28 January 2015

A case of here's looking at you kid for tractor winner

Published 26/09/2013 | 05:00

Darragh McCullough, Irish Independent Deputy farming editor presents, Elizabeth O'Reilly, from Enfield, the winner of an Irish Farming Independent competition, with the keys to a new Case IH farmall tractor at the National Ploughing Championships at Rathineska, Stradbally, Co. Laois
Darragh McCullough, Irish Independent Deputy farming editor presents, Elizabeth O'Reilly, from Enfield, the winner of an Irish Farming Independent competition, with the keys to a new Case IH farmall tractor at the National Ploughing Championships at Rathineska, Stradbally, Co. Laois

THERE were lots of happy faces at the National Ploughing Championships but none more so than Elizabeth O'Reilly who was handed the keys to a new €48,000 Case IH farmall tractor she won in an Irish Independent competition.

The competition, which attracted over 16,000 entries, challenged farmers to come up with a new and inventive name for their farm in addition to collecting 10 tokens in the newspaper.

Ms O'Reilly, who owns a 45-acre farm with her husband Christopher in Ballinakill, Enfield, Co Meath, said it was her son Barry (29) who had come up with the title 'Case-A-Blank-A' (Casablanca).

Our picture by Damien Eagers shows Darragh McCullough, Irish Independent deputy farming editor, presenting Elizabeth with the keys at the National Ploughing Championships.

Sam Griffin

Irish Independent

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