The rest of the results were Monmouthshire with 116 points, Denbighshire and Flintshire with 98 points, Caernarfonshire
and Anglesey were fifth with 96 points and mid-Wales were sixth with 63 points.
County Executive Officer Gwynedd Watkin said: "I would like to thank Guto Bebb for meeting with us and recognising the important role agriculture plays in our rural economy - not only within his own constituency but across Wales."
8.5 Flintshire 3.5 Results (Caernarfon names first).
"I would advise all those who are thinking of following in our footsteps to make sure they've got a plentiful supply of proper walking socks!" The Caernarfonshire
crew also included Gwilym Evans of Gelli, Prenteg near Tremadog, and Arfon Hughes of Braich-y-Big, Cwm Ystradllyn, Garndolbenmaen.
Torrence, Fieldhouse and Evans won the first three singles to get Denbighshire to six points and although Caernarfonshire
captain Mark Ellison and his Conwy clubmate Lee Jones won to stop the rout, Denbigh's Brynli Thomas claimed the vital seventh point with a 2&1 win over Nick Lofthouse and Hayes won the final match out after Steve Evans had beaten his Abergele clubmate Ben Linquist.
The pounds 200,000 raised in Caernarfonshire
will go towards the main ring, which has had an extensive drainage system installed since last year's show.
But in the afternoon Caernarfonshire
won six of the eight singles, four of which again went all the way to the 18th with Eilir Angel, Lofthouse, Jones and Evans winning them all for the reigning champions.
county executive officer Gwynedd Watkin said: "We told Jill Evans that it's important to ensure a better balanced approach towards food production and looking after the environment when the EC considers the future of the Common Agricultural Policy."
But when the Caernarfonshire
RWAS committee met to discuss a "worthy" candidate from the county, members were left scratching their heads.
REIGNING champions Caernarfonshire
chalked up their third win of the season, while Denbighshire won their first, in the latest round of matches in the North Wales County Championship.
Farmers from as far afield as Caernarfonshire
, Denbighshire and Carmarthenshire have complained to the Farmers' Union of Wales (FUW) that a man in a black Ford car speaking with a foreign accent had been visiting farms trying to sell chainsaws.
-BUTCHER'S shop worker Darren Evans, 26, of Criccieth, Caernarfonshire
, won nearly pounds 150,000 on the Lotto four years after dad Tecwyn scooped pounds 1.8million.