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Lanarkshire Fed Ripon Open Pool Race.

 

This week takes us to Ripon in North Yorkshire, around 155 miles back into central Scotland. The 600 birds plus 2 Fauldhouse club baskets birds were liberated at 10 15 hrs in a light north wind in bright sunshine. The winning velocities in the high 1100s which is always a good steady racing velocity.

 

The later liberation in my opinion is always a good judgement at this time of the year, as it is cold early morning. Reports that a good racing day was enjoyed with fanciers having 2/3 of their teams’ home on the shift. This week’s winning pigeon was timed after 3hrs 53m to Jim Cameron of View park, Uddingston

 

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Jim Cameron(L) had a cracking race winning 1st Open Lanarkshire federation Ripon &Uddingston&Dist &Lanarkshire Social Circle 

 

It’s a great pleasure to congratulate Jim who always has his youngsters in great fettle. Jim has featured well in this year’s programme winning many federation positions. Jim's winner is a blue darkness hen. Sire of hen was a Dave Atkin of Lincoln and Dam was a gift from the late fellow club member Jimmy Hannen, this hen won won the Ypres race in Uddingston club.The blue hen was flying to the perch and was trained extensively with the federation transporter which Jim highly recommends!

Well done Jim for your continued hard work as federation Secretary and on another fine performance. 2nd,3rd Open is Sharp Cummings Durning of Coatbridge SC. Their 2nd Open is bred from- Sire is a direct son of GWP Macaloney Janfield 42- Dam is a gift from Leach Bros G/Daughter of HannibalWell done John, Wullie & Jim on a top performance.

 

Cracking set up of the 2nd,3rd Open Ripon for SharpCummings Durning of Coatbridge SC

 

 Well one come back race from Kelso left for the season and then it’s back to the long dark nights!   Anyone wishing information published on presentation nights, sales, shows ect, please contact me on corrietom@aol.com

 

Top ten Open Positions

 

1st J Cameron vel 1175

2nd ,3rd Sharp Cummings Durning 1163,1160

4th Lindsay & Henderson 1147

5th T McGinn 1141

6th J Forsyth 1081

7th I Rankin 1081

8th JJK Gillon 1077

9th Graham Bros

10th G Mann 

 

Sharp, Cummings&Durning have a good race winning 1st,2nd Coatbridge SC & 2nd&3rd Open

 

 

Jim Forsyth continues his fine season winning 6th Open

 

JJK Gillon have another top performance winning New Stevenson & 8th Open

 

 

Combine Average Leader Board

 

1st GWP Macaloney 1195

2nd J Cullen 1187

3rd G Mann 1172

4th Eadie & Kelly 1164

5th J & K Miller 1162

 

George Mann continues his fine season and sits 3rd on the Combine Average Board

 

 

Young Bird Average Board

 

1st Lindsay & Henderson 1060

2nd J Cameron 1051

3rd E Robin jnr 1033

4th J Forsyth 1033

5th I Rankin 1016

 

Ian Lindsay wins Newmains club and continues his fine YB season.

 

 

Eddie Robin jnr continues his cracking season winning the west section

 

 

Alan Selfridge(L) wins Dalziel club

 

Ian Rankin(L) wins Airdrie

 

Wullie Semple (L) continues his fine season winning another in Blantyre club

 

Danny Mitchell wins Clarkston

 

Alan Nelson wins Burnbank 

 

                                                                                                   George Lightbody (L) wins Low Waters

 

Andy Graham wins Carluke club

 

John Hood(R) wins 1st,2nd,3rd in Campsie, John would like to thank John McCallum (L) for his tremendous help managing his youngsters this season. John McCallum unfortunately had to retire from the sport recently after 40yrs in the sport due to ill health. Well John hope this was a wee tonic for you!

 

Lumsden, Colligan& Hope win Fauldhouse club 

 

Tony McGinn wins Cambusnethan/Morningside club & 5th Open

 

 

 

Tom Corrie jnr

Lanarkshire Press Officer