Final results from the 92nd annual Chilliwack Plowing Match

Here are the results from the 92nd annual Chilliwack Plowing Match, held on Saturday, April 5 in Chilliwack.

Adam Degenstein of Armstrong



The following are the results from the 92nd annual Chilliwack Plowing Match, held on Saturday.

Horse Walking Plowing

1st  Dennis Ryan, Westwold

2nd  Dugan Montjoy, Lilloet

3rd  Joyce Marchand, Salmon Arm

Best Decorated Farm Team and Best Finish

1st Phil Rogers, Lilloet

Best Decorated Show Team

1st Adam Degenstein, Armstrong

Best Going Team

Joyce Marchand, Salmon Arm

Antique Tractor

1st  Joe Muik, Salmon Arm

2nd  Hunter Ramey, Agassiz

Open Tractor

1st  Al Pearson, Kelowna

Mayors Class

1st  Dave Loewen, Abbotsford

2nd Duane Post, Agassiz

3rd Ken Popove, Chilliwack

BC Reversible Championship

1st Francis Sache, Rosedale

BC Senior Conventional Championship

1st Pierre Sache, Rosedale

2nd Mike Strotmann, Salmon Arm

3rd Phillip Graham, Abbotsford

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