Postie Ian’s onions are first class

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Postman Ian Drummond proved his onions were first class last Sunday when he won the the Duns Onion Club Show.

Ian’s stand of three quality onions saw him lift the Dryburgh Cup with Sandy Brydon runner-up and Ian Mackie third.

Results were: 1. I. Drummond, 2. S. Brydon, 3. I. Mackie, 4. B. Foreman, 5. D. Kellet, 6. W. Blaikie, 7. G. Duncan, 8. B. Lindsay, 9. P. Gillie, 10. I. Turnbull, 11. L. Bates, 12. K. Renton, 13. W. Meins, 14. I. Archibald, 15. G. Robertson, 16. M. Reed, 17. D. Burns, 18. I. Middlemas, 19. G. Dunn, 20. D. Foreman, 21. R. Burnett.

Best stand (Dryburgh Cup) - 1. I. Drummond, 2. S. Brydon, 3. I. Mackie.

Twelve inch class (Middlemas Cup) - 1. P. Gillie, 2. K. Renton, 3. W. Blaikie.

Strap of Six (Deuchar Cup) - 1. D. Kellet, 2. S. Brydon, 3. B. Lindsay.

Single Quality Onion (Feeney Cup) - 1. W. Blaikie, 2. D. Kellet, 3. I. Drummond.

Quality Pair (Gillies Snr Cup) - 1. D. Kellet, 2. B. Lindsay, 3. L. Bates.

Largest onion (S. Blaikie Cup) - 1. W. Blaikie, 2. I. Drummond, 3. M. Reed.

Heaviest onion (Petlie Shield) - 1. W. Blaikie, 2. B. Lindsay, 3. S. Brydon.

Best Onion in Show (Brack Cup) - I. Mackie.

Best Improver - I. Mackie.

Best opposite winner - B. Foreman.

Most points in show (Renton Cup) - W. Blaikie.

Onion sets - 1. M. Reed, 2. I. Drummond, 3. I. Archibald.

Novelty class - 1. Andrew Brydon, 2. Megan Mackie, 3. Abbi, Jenna and Max, 4. Andrew Mackie.