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Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane
Catherina Cunnane hails from a sixth-generation drystock and specialised pedigree suckler enterprise in Co. Mayo. She currently holds the positions of editor and general manager at That's Farming, having joined the firm during its start-up phase in 2015.
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Claremorris Show returns this Sunday with over 250 classes

That’s Farming has partnered with its sister company, Corrib Oil, to become the main headline sponsors of the forthcoming 2022 Claremorris Agricultural Show.

The 102nd show returns to the Claremorris athletics track on Balla Road, Co. Mayo on Sunday, July 31st, 2022, following a three-year absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The annual event will feature:

  • Livestock classes;
  • Showjumping;
  • A trade fair;
  • A dog show;
  • Live entertainment;
  • Horticulture;
  • A fashion show;
  • Cookery demonstrations with TV3 chef, Adrian Martin.
Claremorris Agricultural Show

Speaking ahead of the event, That’s Farming editor, Catherina Cunnane said:

“We are delighted to partner with our sister company, Corrib Oil, for Claremorris Agricultural Show’s hotly-anticipated return following a three-year absence due to the Covid-19 pandemic.”

“Following the pandemic’s crippling impact, it is important that the public row in behind the event and give their support to what is one of the West of Ireland’s best-attended one-day agricultural shows. After all, this show is the heartbeat of Claremorris and everything that it encompasses.”

That’s Farming will officiate as a media partner for the event and share updates – photos and videos – via our Facebook page (username: thatsfarming) and Snapchat (”

“We eagerly await our return to the show circuit where we will meet and capture the views of members of the organising committee, exhibitors, and attendees alike,” Cunnane concluded.

Additional attractions and admission

A spokesperson for Claremorris Agricultural Show explained:

“This year, we have added extra attractions which we hope will be worthy of your support for a great family day out.”

“The committee is currently working towards our goal of hosting a very memorable occasion.”

“This promises to be a fantastic event with attractions appealing to everyone. We will have a free shuttle bus from the town centre and entertainment all afternoon,” they concluded.

Admission is €10 for adults, with under 16s free.

Main highlights:
  • Official opening at 2 pm by Senator Pippa Hackett, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine;
  • David Connor on stage from 3 pm-5 pm;
  • Fashion show with Mandy Maher;
  • Supermacs €800 young handlers’ (ponies);
  • 250+ show classes;
  • €1,200 All-Ireland Pedigree Suckler-Type Heifer Championship;
  • Free children’s entertainment;
  • Turley Duggan Irish Dancy Academy;
  • Indoor exhibition centre;
  • Trade stands;
  • Jiving and waltzing competition;
  • John Gayer Memorial Cup – class 5 in equine section for three-year-old colt gelding or filly.
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