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Class:

DOMINANT PIED ASV, ASC

 

 

Judged By:

Alan Rowe & Jean Painter

 

 

Cage ID

Exhibitor Name

State

Placing

Points

S

M Greber

South Queensland

1

14

F

G & M Chandler

New South Wales

2

13

N

Sheppard & Flanagan

Victoria

3

12

U

M Chidel

New South Wales

4

11

J

Andrew McFarland

New South Wales

5

0

T

Wilson & Hoadley

Victoria

6

10

I

Kerr Family

Tasmania

7

9

M

Dave Ganzer

South Queensland

8

8

A

P Thurn

Victoria

9

0

C

Jan McMahon

Western Australia

10

7

G

D Wales

Nth & Central Queensland

11

6

E

Peter & Katrina Cox

South Queensland

12

0

D

Kakoschke & Rice

South Australia

13

5

L

Jan McMahon

Western Australia

14

4

B

J Downham

Tasmania

15

3

O

Jan McMahon

Western Australia

16

0

K

Kakoschke & Rice

South Australia

17

2

R

Kakoschke & Rice

South Australia

18

0

P

Barber Family

Tasmania

19

0

Q

D Wales

Nth & Central Queensland

20

1

H

J Towler

Nth & Central Queensland

21

0

Judges Comments:

  • What a great class to judge. So many good quality attractive budgerigars to look at and debate over.
  • The first three birds are very powerful birds with strong shoulders, great width and deep masks.
  • First in cage S has a wonderful face and feather, lacking spot size but width of face won it for him on the day.
  • Second in cage F is a great showman and good set of spots. Not the facial features of the first bird or the third but lovely colour contrast.
  • Third in cage N has a wide face, good deep mask and is a powerful bird but didn’t show well.
  • Fourth in cage U is a very pleasing attractive hen but displays a bit of ticking in the head but overall a very well balanced bird.
  • Fifth in cage J we deliberated over for quite some time. It is a nice bird but doesn’t spend too much time on the perch so at times can look very good and not so great at other times.
  • Sixth in cage T has a nice face but not the strength of the birds in front of him.
  • Seventh in cage I shows well, has a nice backline.