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Derby & Burton Notes

Alan Houldsworth

Saturday June 1st and the Derby Burton & District South Road Federation were at Carentan for the first of their federation special races. The pigeons were liberated at 08-35 in a light east south east wind. In Kilburn club five members sent 45 birds and getting the winner with a yearling blue cock doing 1610 was Keith Cresswell. Second & fourth went to K. Foulkes with a yearling b/w/f cock doing 1595 and a two-year-old red cock doing 1588.In third with a two-year-old blue hen doing 1594 was L. Hall & Parkin.

  Keith Cresswell Kilburn winner.

The Burton & South Derbyshire Federation were at Kingsdown and the pigeons were liberated at 10-00 in a light south east wind. In Osmaston Park Homing Society nineteen members sent 190 birds with Mick Willis & Family getting the winner with a four-year-old b/w/f hen doing 1777 which was well out in front of the rest of the field. In second was Mick Fearn with a three-year-old cheq hen doing 1725, followed by Dave Waddington in third & fourth with a two-year-old cheq cock doing 1718 and a yearling mealy cock doing 1711.

 

Mick Willis of Mick Willis & Family Osmaston Park Homing Society winner.

 

In Etwall & District Flying Club twelve members sent 181 birds with A.Peach & Son coming out on top also taking third. Their winner was a two year old blue hen doing 1713 which was purchased from Mr & Mrs A.J Whitehurst at the club breeder buyer sale 2017, followed by a three year old pied hen doing 1703.In second & fourth was last week’s winners Alan & Liz Houldsworth with a two, two year old blue cocks doing 1712 (last week’s winner) and 1693. 

 

Alan Peach Etwall & District Flying Club winner.

In Holbrook eight members sent 135 birds with T. Jennings taking three of the first four positions. His winner was a yearling cheq hen doing 1711 followed by a two year old red hen doing 1700 and a yearling ch/pied hen doing 1695.In second was last week’s winners B & S Stone with a four year old blue hen doing 1705.

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