|Title:||2022 Class 5 - Normal Grey|
|Class:||Normal Grey||Class #:||5|
|Judged By:||Stephen Mow & John Mulley|
|Cage ID||Exhibitor Name||State||Placing||Points|
|T||Kakoschke & Rice||SA||2nd||13|
|E||R D Simpson||SA||3rd||12|
|S||Chris & Elena Rogers||NSW||4th||11|
|F||M & D Gearing||WA||5th||10|
|D||Boal Family||S Qld||7th||8|
|Q||M & D Gearing||WA||9th||7|
|C||R & C Ogden||N&C Qld||11th||5|
|R||Boal Family||S Qld||12th||4|
|M||Grant & Tammy Beutel||S Qld||14th||0|
|I||Ian Schneider||N&C Qld||15th||3|
|U||D & S Brooks||N&C Qld||17th||0|
This was a slighter harder class to judge. It was very even in the first five placings.
The winning bird owned by Ray Slade from Victoria is a complete budgerigar and if I was going to be critical it would be we would like larger spots on him.
Second placing owned by Kakoschke & Rice from South Australia is another power bird with big spots and shoulder but has a major problem with wings and I would put a hen with a nice wing shield on him to improve this problem. Power took him up to second placing.
Third owned by R Simpson from South Australia is a nice complete bird but has a short mask and this problem relates to the cap length.
Fourth owned by Chris & Elena Rogers from New South Wales has a condition issue and in a couple of weeks he will be looking a lot better.
Fifth owned by M & D Gearing from Western Australia has got everything except flare.