|Class:||DARK EYED CLEAR||Class #:||26|
|Judged By:||Roy Blair & Rod Turnbull|
|Cage ID||Exhibitor Name||State||Placing||Points|
|C||M Faddy||South Queensland||1||14|
|D||Charlie Halasz||New South Wales||2||13|
|R||Tony Butt||New South Wales||5||10|
|F||John Mulley||South Australia||6||9|
|B||P Thompson||Nth & Central Queensland||7||8|
|J||Ian Mulholland||New South Wales||10||0|
|M||M Faddy||South Queensland||11||5|
|S||John Mulley||South Australia||14||4|
|U||H & A Farren-Price||South Queensland||15||0|
|O||D Fisher||Nth & Central Queensland||16||3|
|H||John Mulley||South Australia||17||0|
|I||L Wamsley||Nth & Central Queensland||18||0|
Judged by: Rod Turnbull & Roy Blair
This is a lovely class of birds that are improving in variety and that is a difficult thing to do with this variety.
First bird owned by Mort Faddy (SQ) is a lovely yellow hen who showed to perfection all day. She has good length and blow.
Second owned by Charlie Halasz (NSW) is a white cock and was very unlucky to come up against the winning hen. He is not quite as long but still has good feather in the face.
Third owned by A Dixon (VIC) is a white cock and is solid with a nice face but not quite the length that was required.