Full National and Queensland results?

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Full National and Queensland results?

Postby Maureen Cooper » Fri 24 Sep 2004 4:39 pm

Would it be possible for someone to post the FULL results for the National this year as we had last year ie youngest dog, highest scoring single run, highest scoring lady handler etc etc. Also could someone from Queensland please post ALL trial results, I did a print out of all their trials and very few results have been posted. All the other States seem to give all trial results with the exception of Queensland.

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Postby Alan Donovan » Fri 24 Sep 2004 7:42 pm

Hi Maureen

Woops - probably my job!

I usually wait until trial results are posted in a newsletter of one of the clubs, but they come out quarterly - so there is a bit of a delay. I'll take a look at the National results as well.

Maybe you just can't wait for confirmation that Taxi "the Wonder dog" had actually won a trial last weekend?! Despite both of us being senile (he is actually faster than I am).

Neither of us responding to "Numnuts" from now on...........

Cheers - Alan
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2004 National Results

Postby Robert Tawton » Tue 25 Jan 2005 9:22 pm

1st place and National Retrieving Trial Championship title awarded to -
R. Whitechurch’s Labrador - ADDERSLOT CRACKERS TRIGA RRD 350 points

2nd place - R & P. Tawton’s Labrador RTCH KADNOOK KING OF KANBERA CM 341 points
3rd place - S. & M. Hall’s Labrador RTCH BAMBILLAY BRAVE HEART 337 points
4th place - R. Johnson’s Labrador RTCH KADNOOK ALL STOKED UP 334 points
5th place - N & K. Eltringham’s Labrador RTCH RIVEIRTER JET KITE (A) 332 points
6th place - G. Tawton’s Labrador RTCH KADNOOK THE PRIDE OV CORK 325 point
7th place - Miss A. Lodder’s Labrador RTCH TENARDA DOUBLE TAKE 313 points

Special Trophies
Highest Scoring Veteran over 7 years
S. & M. Hall’s Labrador RTCH BAMBILLAY BRAVE HEART 337 points

Highest Scoring Dog on Day No 1
R. Whitechurch’s Labrador - ADDERSLOT CRACKERS TRIGA RRD 350 points

Highest Scoring Dog on Day No 2
J Vella’s Labrador RT Ch KAEMAJAE ALL BLACK

Highest Scoring Single Run
J Palmer’s Labrador ASHLAKE BENNALONG

Highest Scoring Dog other than a Labrador
Matt Fulton’s GSP APPLECREEK BREAKN HEARTS

Highest Scoring Non Champion
R. Whitechurch’s Labrador - ADDERSLOT CRACKERS TRIGA RRD

Sash for breeder of the Winning Dog
J. Cramond

Highest Scoring youngest dog to complete the trial
R. Whitechurch’s Labrador - ADDERSLOT CRACKERS TRIGA RRD

Highest Scoring Labrador Retriever
R. Whitechurch’s Labrador - ADDERSLOT CRACKERS TRIGA RRD

Sash for Highest Scoring Labrador
R. Whitechurch’s Labrador - ADDERSLOT CRACKERS TRIGA RRD

Highest Scoring GSP
Matt Fulton’s GSP APPLECREEK BREAKN HEARTS

Highest Scoring Golden Retriever
K Webster’s Golden Retriever RT Ch MHADAIDH HOT CINNAMON

Highest Scoring Victorian Dog
R. Whitechurch’s Labrador - ADDERSLOT CRACKERS TRIGA RRD

Unfortunately I do not have the QLD State Championship data .

Regards, RWT
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Postby Kerry Webster » Wed 26 Jan 2005 3:50 pm

Whew, Alan. I read the content of your post, without my reading glasses, and for a moment it looked like you said "sterile". I thought, Uhuh, can't be that, but put on the glasses to make sure, and, the word was "senile".
But.........with the nickname Numnuts.........mmmmmmm ????

Re putting in results of trials, I put the results on the site as soon as I can after the trial, usually 1 to 3 days. Most trial results given are from me personally attending the trial and presentations. This year though for Novice and Restricted, I will be phoning Club Secretaries after the trials for those results, but will still be competing in All Age myself so can submit the results as usual. I like to see the trial results on the site asap after the trial. Knowing many of the triallers competing in Australia personally, I like to keep up to date with who won what, when and where.

Kerry
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Postby Alan Donovan » Wed 26 Jan 2005 8:04 pm

Kerry Webster wrote:Whew, Alan. I read the content of your post, without my reading glasses
Kerry


Hi Kerry - I'm beginning to think I'm a bit too quick. That posting by me was 4 months ago - so I'm pleased to know that it has been read at last by somebody!

Jackie Price will be posting the Queensland results from now on - I did it for years, and nobody seemed to notice! I have warned her that effusive thanks will not necessarily be forthcoming..........

Cheers - Alan

PS Numnuts has passed his eyesight test, and will be competing in All Age for yet another season (he's only 11). His nuts also OK at the last litter - 11 pups. Trying for 12 next time.
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Postby Maureen Cooper » Thu 27 Jan 2005 11:57 am

Thank you, Bob, and you too Alan! I used to be a member of a Queensland Club and so got results from newsletters but now no longer a member and though effusive thanks may not be forthcoming you should know from the hits that results are read!

As all dog club folks know, many positions are thankless despite the effort put in; so to all posters, your results are appreciated by many even if you go unthanked. Just give club members time to sit down and type up the results, not a 5 minute job for the computer illiterate!

Hope your comment means we will be seeing you at Jugiong, Alan!

Maureeen
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Postby Kerry Webster » Thu 27 Jan 2005 8:34 pm

Hi Alan,

Must have missed that September post for some reason, but as you say, at least I have read it.

Know exactly what you mean about a thankless task doing results, reporting etc. I have done the retrieving reports over here for many years, going to all the trials, taking photos & spending days compiling an interesting, informative report. Very few people bother to acknowledge the effort, let alone say they enjoyed reading it. So you are not alone.

I too have said enough is enough, although I will continue doing the results for the AWRC site.

Good old Taxi still doing it, huh ? Like Red Wine........ ??

Kerry
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Postby Maureen Cooper » Fri 28 Jan 2005 6:09 pm

Told you all I was not computer literate!!!Dont know how to get rid of one post! Sorry!!
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