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Scottish Central Combine Leicester Yearling Derby 2017 Proviisional Result

#1 User is offline   Belge 

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 09:30 AM

Provisional Result

735 Yearlings competed for the honour of winning the above race on Saturday 27th May 2017.

It turned out a very hard race for some but amazingly the winners posted some great times.

Congratulations to Gordon MacKenzie for coming out on top and winning the Central Section.

Angus Orr and Son Allan won the North West Section and the two Bird Average

Iain Gibson won the Midland Section

John McLaughlin won the West Lothian Section

Every Yearling pigeon in the convoy was eligible to be entered without any duplication costs due to the well supported
Young Bird sale that was hosted on Pigeon Basics earlier this year.

Thanks again for that

Norman

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 13:15 PM

View PostBelge, on 2 June 2017 - 09:30 AM, said:

Provisional Result

735 Yearlings competed for the honour of winning the above race on Saturday 27th May 2017.

It turned out a very hard race for some but amazingly the winners posted some great times.

Congratulations to Gordon MacKenzie for coming out on top and winning the Central Section.

Angus Orr and Son Allan won the North West Section and the two Bird Average

Iain Gibson won the Midland Section

John McLaughlin won the West Lothian Section

Every Yearling pigeon in the convoy was eligible to be entered without any duplication costs due to the well supported
Young Bird sale that was hosted on Pigeon Basics earlier this year.
Where's result
Thanks again for that

Norman


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Posted 2 June 2017 - 13:16 PM

It was a great pity that many fanciers within the Combine were never aware their was a race organised by the SCC.

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 13:31 PM

View Postpeter pandy, on 2 June 2017 - 13:16 PM, said:

It was a great pity that many fanciers within the Combine were never aware their was a race organised by the SCC.

That's your Feds fault and the yearling Derby is held every year 😏😏😏

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 14:05 PM

View Postnovo10, on 2 June 2017 - 13:31 PM, said:

That's your Feds fault and the yearling Derby is held every year 😏😏😏

Wrong go back look why some feds left
Because a certain gentleman screw them over fact :drinking-coffee-200:

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 16:58 PM

View Posttiger, on 2 June 2017 - 14:05 PM, said:

Wrong go back look why some feds left
Because a certain gentleman screw them over fact :drinking-coffee-200:

Dafty ook what Peter wrote 😏😏😏

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 17:00 PM

View Posttiger, on 2 June 2017 - 14:05 PM, said:

Wrong go back look why some feds left
Because a certain gentleman screw them over fact :drinking-coffee-200:

Cmon who

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 17:01 PM

Scottish Central Combine Leicester Yearling Derby 2017


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Posted 2 June 2017 - 21:05 PM

View Postnovo10, on 2 June 2017 - 14:31 PM, said:

That's your Feds fault and the yearling Derby is held every year 😏😏😏

Of course it is or supposed to be because in my day it was published in the Fed programme and it was held for Yearlings only in July after Club racing had terminated usually on the same day as Nantes with the Combine 500 mile race on the second Friday in July. We in our Midland Fed Club were only told on the Friday at race marking and to my mind the Scottish Central Combine has been reduced to a farce BUT then again I am only an old codger who has seen the past and the present. The Scottish Central Combine could and should have been the alternative to the SNFC with the birds racing into the 12 mile radius. The old stalwarts who are no longer with us will be turning in their graves at its destruction.

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 21:31 PM

View Postpeter pandy, on 2 June 2017 - 22:05 PM, said:

Of course it is or supposed to be because in my day it was published in the Fed programme and it was held for Yearlings only in July after Club racing had terminated usually on the same day as Nantes with the Combine 500 mile race on the second Friday in July. We in our Midland Fed Club were only told on the Friday at race marking and to my mind the Scottish Central Combine has been reduced to a farce BUT then again I am only an old codger who has seen the past and the present. The Scottish Central Combine could and should have been the alternative to the SNFC with the birds racing into the 12 mile radius. The old stalwarts who are no longer with us will be turning in their graves at its destruction.


peter it is printed on the fed programme for the central fed, under combine races
2nd open snfc ancenis 2013,
3rd open snfc ancenis 2013,
3rd open snfc eastbourne 2008,
4th open snfc ancenis 2014,
10th open snfc reims 2010,
10th open snfc ancenis 2013,
10th open snfc ancenis 2016,
11th open snfc ancenis 2015,

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 21:32 PM

I didn't start this thread to cause a row, it was to give some publicity to the winners and other timers at this race, a race that I believe still holds some prestige in Central Scotland. I also wanted to thank the members of Pigeon Basics
for their support at the Young Bird sale that was held on the site, that made this race completely accessible to all SCC organisation members.

Every Yearling that was at the joint liberation of the Central, Fauldhouse and Midland Federations at Leicester last Saturday was automatically entered into the SCC Yearling Derby and there was no need to pay any duplication fee to the SCC.

The date, race point and entry format for the Yearling Derby was agreed at a SCC meeting of all the member organisations earlier this year.

(North West Federation later decided to race from a different race point that day but a number of their Federation members still sent to the SCC race)

There were sheets made available to all the SCC Federations well in advance of the race for members to notify the SCC secretary of the number of Yearlings they were entering into the race and/or to use the same form for pools.

It could not have been simpler. If there are members of the SCC who did not know about this arrangement then I would ask them to take that up with their own Federation Officials.

Also if there are any SCC members who timed Yearlings at the Leicester race and who would wish to have their birds recorded in the final result then please ask them to get in touch with myself
and I will oblige.

For information the SCC Channel race is a duplication race within the SNFC Ypres race and the same rules will apply. If you are a member of any of the SCC Organisations then any bird you send to the SNFC Ypres race will automatically be in
the SCC race and you will only have to pay the fees required by the SNFC. If you are sending then please fill out one of the new SCC forms.

Norman Dixon

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 22:17 PM

View Postdkj, on 2 June 2017 - 22:31 PM, said:

peter it is printed on the fed programme for the central fed, under combine races

Dinnae think am in the Central Fed Davie.

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Posted 2 June 2017 - 22:29 PM

View PostBelge, on 2 June 2017 - 22:32 PM, said:

I didn't start this thread to cause a row, it was to give some publicity to the winners and other timers at this race, a race that I believe still holds some prestige in Central Scotland. I also wanted to thank the members of Pigeon Basics
for their support at the Young Bird sale that was held on the site, that made this race completely accessible to all SCC organisation members.

Every Yearling that was at the joint liberation of the Central, Fauldhouse and Midland Federations at Leicester last Saturday was automatically entered into the SCC Yearling Derby and there was no need to pay any duplication fee to the SCC.

The date, race point and entry format for the Yearling Derby was agreed at a SCC meeting of all the member organisations earlier this year.

(North West Federation later decided to race from a different race point that day but a number of their Federation members still sent to the SCC race)

There were sheets made available to all the SCC Federations well in advance of the race for members to notify the SCC secretary of the number of Yearlings they were entering into the race and/or to use the same form for pools.

It could not have been simpler. If there are members of the SCC who did not know about this arrangement then I would ask them to take that up with their own Federation Officials.

Also if there are any SCC members who timed Yearlings at the Leicester race and who would wish to have their birds recorded in the final result then please ask them to get in touch with myself
and I will oblige.

For information the SCC Channel race is a duplication race within the SNFC Ypres race and the same rules will apply. If you are a member of any of the SCC Organisations then any bird you send to the SNFC Ypres race will automatically be in
the SCC race and you will only have to pay the fees required by the SNFC. If you are sending then please fill out one of the new SCC forms.

Norman Dixon

Well said Norman.
if you look after the birds they`ll look after you.

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Posted 3 June 2017 - 05:04 AM

View Postpeter pandy, on 2 June 2017 - 23:17 PM, said:

Dinnae think am in the Central Fed Davie.


well its time you get your own fed in order instead of having a go on here about the scc
2nd open snfc ancenis 2013,
3rd open snfc ancenis 2013,
3rd open snfc eastbourne 2008,
4th open snfc ancenis 2014,
10th open snfc reims 2010,
10th open snfc ancenis 2013,
10th open snfc ancenis 2016,
11th open snfc ancenis 2015,

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Posted 3 June 2017 - 05:11 AM

View Postdkj, on 3 June 2017 - 06:04 AM, said:

well its time you get your own fed in order instead of having a go on here about the scc

Davie every decision is made before meetings take place as you well know in the Midland Fed.

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Posted 3 June 2017 - 05:50 AM

View Postpeter pandy, on 3 June 2017 - 06:11 AM, said:

Davie every decision is made before meetings take place as you well know in the Midland Fed.

there you go them midland fed problem, not the scottish central combine. its well done to the scottish central combine free entry for all birds all races, fantastic idea, big well done to the men in charge
2nd open snfc ancenis 2013,
3rd open snfc ancenis 2013,
3rd open snfc eastbourne 2008,
4th open snfc ancenis 2014,
10th open snfc reims 2010,
10th open snfc ancenis 2013,
10th open snfc ancenis 2016,
11th open snfc ancenis 2015,

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Posted 3 June 2017 - 06:07 AM

Big well done to the men in charge !, I totally agree they should give themselves a clap on the back for keeping out the members who were in the Central, West Lothian and Midland Federations for starting Almond Valley Federation and Forth and Clyde Federation with the archaic voting system employed by the Combine Management Committee.

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Posted 3 June 2017 - 06:24 AM

View Postpeter pandy, on 3 June 2017 - 07:07 AM, said:

Big well done to the men in charge !, I totally agree they should give themselves a clap on the back for keeping out the members who were in the Central, West Lothian and Midland Federations for starting Almond Valley Federation and Forth and Clyde Federation with the archaic voting system employed by the Combine Management Committee.

explain
2nd open snfc ancenis 2013,
3rd open snfc ancenis 2013,
3rd open snfc eastbourne 2008,
4th open snfc ancenis 2014,
10th open snfc reims 2010,
10th open snfc ancenis 2013,
10th open snfc ancenis 2016,
11th open snfc ancenis 2015,

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Posted 3 June 2017 - 06:48 AM

The explanation is quite simple Dave !, If their is "ONE" vote against any proposition then it is thrown out. But hey thats democracy for you ""NOT"".

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Posted 3 June 2017 - 06:55 AM

A canny believe a sale was allowed tae subsidise yer racing, some neck on yeez getting other fanciers tae pay for yer racing. I hope ye paid the Β£30 sellers fee coz that ain't charity
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