Pedigree cattle breeders from Co. Fermanagh are no strangers to the limelight at the multi-breed bull sales in Stirling and last week's autumn sale was no exception.

Harold Stubbs, Crummy, Lisnaskea and grandson, Alan Burleigh, Florencecourt, lifted the reserve intermediate Charolais championship at the three-day event.

Catching the eye of Scottish judge, Andrew Hornall was the 18-month-old DerryCallaghan Jumbo, sired by the 55,000gns Thurnton Voldemort intermediate Perth champion in February 2006 while his dam is a home-bred duaghter of Thrunton Bonjovi, breed champion in Perth at February 2008 sales where he was purchased by the Stubbs and Burleigh partnership for 10,000gns.

Derryharney Jumbo sold to livestock auctioneer, Richard Beattie, Omagh, for a price tag of 9,000gns.

Stubbs and Burleigh also sold Derryharney Jumpingjack for 3,000.

Stuart Bothwell and son David, St. Angelo, realised 5,000gns for the fourth placed Killadeas Jack and also selling for 5,000gns was fourth prizewinner, Fury Junior from Pat Hackett, Clogher.

An April 2014 entry from Balfour Bros, Bellanaleck, came under the hammer for 4,000gns and first-time exhibitors at Stirling, Paul and Dylan McCaffrey, Trillick, sold their May 2014 born Simmental bull, Feglish Five Star for 2,900gns.