SHAVINGTON High School pupil Rebecca Stockton made it a hat-trick of successes in the Nantwich Show Arts and Handicrafts competition as she again clinched the Nicholas Birchall Cup.
Having won most points in the children's section for the past two years, the 12-year-old only just made it three in a row this time around as she tied on points for first place.
But to the delight of mum Karen and grandmother Heather Woodward, the Arts and Handicrafts Show secretary Rebecca was again awarded first place for claiming more top-spot finishes than her rivals.
Karen said: 'It was really nail-biting stuff but in the end Rebecca just did enough. Out of eight entries, she managed two first places and two third.
'It took us a week solid to finish all the exhibits. Her prize-winning chimney sweep took an evening and the butterfly about the same.
'Rebecca will be back next year to try and win for a fourth time.'
Shavington artist David Henry-Robinson dominated the Arts section, taking home both the Mary Latham Cup for most points in show and the Spibey Memorial Trophy for best exhibit.
Presented to him by Helen Gough, daughter of painter Ken Spibey, the 72-year-old was awarded the Memorial Trophy for his marvellous watercolour painting of two Bernese Mountain dogs.
He said: 'It took me about an hour and a half to paint. You don't want to spend too long or the painting is overworked.'
Sandbach woman Jean Batchelor also enjoyed a successful show as she won a clean sweep of needlecraft trophies.
She was awarded the Sally Stott Cup for the best handicraft in show, and also claimed the Ladies Section Cup and the Goodwin Trophy.
There was also success for Whitchurch pair Richard Sheard and Nick Edwards in the homemade wine section, with both claiming prizes.
Mr Sheard, a veteran of the Nantwich Show, also picked up the Condessa Trophy for the best liqueur in show.