The theme for this year’s display was board games and each club rose to the occasion by creating big versions of family favourites.
Chase YFC, who meet at Hixon, netted first place with their Mousetrap-inspired float, complete with moving trap, while Abbotsholme YFC sank the competition with their second-place Battleships display.
Third was Eccleshall YFC, with an interpretation of the sleuthing game Cluedo.
Stone YFC’s colourful depiction of Hungry Hippos won the Best Name Board prize.
The show’s YFC tug of war tournaments were also hotly contested, with Waterhouses’ team taking the male title and Ridware the second place.
Stone and Waterhouses girls won the female competition, beating Chase YFC into second place.
The first and second placed teams go on to represent the county on Sunday at the West Midlands competition at the Three Counties Show in Malvern.