|Title:||2022 Class 4 - Normal Violet|
|Class:||Normal Violet||Class #:||4|
|Judged By:||Peter Thurn & Scott Eriksen|
|Cage ID||Exhibitor Name||State||Placing||Points|
|G||M Pace||N&C Qld||3rd||12|
|A||Grant & Tammy Beutel||S Qld||4th||11|
|C||Chris & Elena Rogers||NSW||7th||8|
|M||Steve Kilduff||S Qld||8th||7|
|R||Bevan Mouritz||S Qld||11th||0|
|N||Garry & Dianne Pymont||NSW||12th||5|
|K||Jo Towler||N&C Qld||15th||2|
|T||Garry & Dianne Pymont||NSW||18th||0|
|U||J & W Weidenhofer||SA||19th||0|
|Q||A Buffa||N&C Qld||20th||0|
First bird owned by R Slade from Victoria is the most complete bird. Very strong in features of the modern bird.
Second owned by A Jaeschke from Western Australia is another impressive power bird but doesn’t hold together in the wings and feather as the winner does.
Third owned by MIchael Pace from North & Central Queensland lacks the power of the above but still a very good bird.
Fourth owned by Grant & Tammy Beutel from South Queensland is a complete bird but not as modern.
Fifth owned by A Jaeschke from Western Australia is a nice hen with good spots but not as much frontal