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Class:

ALBINO

 

 

Judged By:

Alan Rowe & Jean Painter

 

 

Cage ID

Exhibitor Name

State

Placing

Points

K

C & B Gearing

Western Australia

1

14

S

Wilson & Hoadley

Victoria

2

13

L

P Thurn

Victoria

3

12

F

P Thurn

Victoria

4

0

U

G Barlow

South Queensland

5

11

J

A & C Druery

New South Wales

6

10

Q

Abi Haider

New South Wales

7

9

C

C D'Costa

New South Wales

8

0

G

C & B Gearing

Western Australia

9

8

B

L & H Ewards

South Australia

10

7

E

Len Bartz

South Queensland

11

6

P

C & B Gearing

Western Australia

12

0

D

K & B Fulton

Tasmania

13

5

A

S Eriksen

Nth & Central Queensland

14

4

T

K & B Fulton

Tasmania

15

3

I

Marshall Family

South Australia

16

2

M

K Clayton

Tasmania

17

0

O

L & H Ewards

South Australia

18

0

N

John & Joy McAllister

South Queensland

19

0

H

B Schuster

Nth & Central Queensland

20

1

R

J Towler

Nth & Central Queensland

21

0

Judges Comments

  • A very nice class of birds to judge.
  • First in cage K is a lovely hen, wide head and shows herself well.
  • Second in cage S is a strong cock, well balanced, but not quite in as good condition as the hen.
  • Third in cage N is a nice strong bird but a little out of condition and carrying suffusion.
  • Fourth in cage F is another strong cock but again carrying suffusion.
  • Fifth in cage U is a showy hen displaying good variety but doesn’t always let go.
  • Sixth place in cage J is an erratic shower.
  • Seventh in cage Q is a very nice bird.

4 Comments

  1. Anonymous

    Well done Cec and Brenda on  your first place albino...cheers Karen Morgan

  2. Anonymous

    well done also to  peter Thurn

    i hadn't realized you had any albinos in congrats third and fourth is  better than a kick up the bum (  a slap on the back to you :)

    gb

  3. Anonymous

    Well done Cec and Brenda, Still breeding the best Albino's in the Country.

    Cheers,

    Gary and Dolores Armstrong

  4. Anonymous

    Congrats to Lloyd & Helen & Ian for SA Sue Adams