K9 Manners & More Wins! 54×70 Charitable March 2019 Results

April 1, 2019

The 2018/2019 Winter Series is in the books!

The final month of the NDAL 54×70 Charitable league featured a game called Looper, designed by Dennis Vogel, captain of Cloud Nine, the NDAL franchise in Maple Grove, MN.

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Dare to Double is an exciting dog’s choice point accumulation game. Every time the dog does the A-frame without fault, the dog’s score is doubled. Jumps are 1; tunnel and tire are 3; teeter and weave poles are 5. Scoring obstacles can be done only twice. There is no limit to the number of times the A-frame can be performed; however the dog is required to score points between attempts. If the dog doesn’t get to the table by 50 seconds half the dog’s points are lost; (also, every time the dog misses the down contact of the A-frame, half of all points are lost). There will be a warning whistle at 35 seconds.

Dare to Double is scored Points, Then Time.

Results

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Follow this link to view individual performance by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:

http://www.dogagility.org/Documents/Results/Standings030119A54x70.pdf

K9 Manners & More in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma wins the March 2019 54×70 Charitable league AND moves into first place and a win in the Winter series. The Top Dog and top scoring dog for K9 Manners was Hotch, a Border Collie handled by Frances Scriminger. Hotch and Frances finished the game with 1402 points in 44.81 seconds:

Agility Dreams Dogs out of Albion, New Yor, moved into second place in the series with a second-place showing in this game. The top scoring dog for Agility Dream Dogs was Chase, a Sheltie handled by Lydia Hofmann. Chase and Lydia finished the game with 219 points in 42.43 seconds

YouTube informs me that the video of Chase’s run is unavailable!

Country Dream Agility in Waterford, Ohio drops to third place in the series, with a fifth-place finish in March. Country Dream managed to run only two dogs in March. The top scoring dog for Country Dream was Kory, a Border Collie handled by Bud Houston. Kory and Bud scored 470 points in 51.57 seconds:

 

Another Nice Mess

We experienced a bit of a “Rules of the Game” dilemma with our play of Dare to Double this month. Can you spot it?

The team captains of the franchises playing this game will discuss. It’s possible that final results will change.

Certainly, from this point forward, complete rules for the play of any game must be included with the course map. Including the rules in the score-keeping worksheet is insufficient, because typically only one person looks at the worksheet. If we put the rules with the course map, then all of the players will have the benefit of reading them. And the players are likely to spot something that was overlooked!

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Dog Ranch Wins! 36×85 Fast & Fun March 2019 Results

April 1, 2019

The 2018/2019 Winter Series is in the books!

The final month of the NDAL 36×85 Fast & Fun league featured a game called Looper, designed by Dennis Vogel, captain of Cloud Nine, the NDAL franchise in Maple Grove, MN.

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In this game, the dog will run the numbered sequence twice, without stopping.

A Looper is scored Time, Plus Faults.

Results

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Follow this link to view individual performance by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:

Standings030119D36x85.pdf

Dog Ranch Inc out of North Gower, Ontario, Canada won all three months of the 36×85 Fast & Fun league and have won the Winter series.

The top scoring dog for Dog Ranch in March was Dante, a German Shorthaired Pointer handled by Gail Docherty. Dante and Gail finished the Looper with zero faults in 44.26 seconds:

K9 Manners & More out of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma placed fourth in March, but held on to second place in the Winter series. The top scoring dog for K9 Manners was Hotch, a Border Collie handled by Frances Scriminger. Hotch and Frances finished the Looper with zero faults in 47.77 seconds:

Matrix Dog out of Westminster, Colorado, finished in second-place in the 36×85 Fast & Fun in March, and in third-place in the Winter series. The Top Dog in March, and the top scoring dog for Matrix Dog was Jett, a Border Collie handled by Jennifer Bailey. Jett and Jennifer finished the Looper with zerofaults in 36.66 seconds:

Worth Watching

Jumpin’ K-9’s, in Temecula, California, finished third in March and fourth-place in the Winter series. It’s worthwhile to note that the top three teams in March scored in a span of eight points. Jumpin’ K-9s is in that mix.

The top scoring dog for Jumpin’ K-9’s was Ghikii, a Mini American Shepherd handled by Kathy Greenway. Ghikii and Kathy finished the Looper with zero faults in 43.86 seconds:

 

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Clermont County Wins! 60×90 Masters March 2019 Results

April 1, 2019

The 2018/2019 Winter Series is in the books!

The final month of the NDAL 60×90 Masters league featured a fun numbered course designed by Dennis Vogel, captain of Cloud Nine, the NDAL franchise in Maple Grove, MN.

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A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.

Results

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Follow this link to view individual performance by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:

http://www.dogagility.org/Documents/Results/Standings030119C60x90.pdf

Clermont County All Breed All Stars in Milford, Ohio won all three months of the 60×90 Masters league and have won the Winter series

The top scoring dog for Clermont County in March was Hooker, a Golden Retriever handled by Linda Setters. Hooker and Linda finished this course with zero faults in 35.55 seconds:

K9 Manners & More out of Broken Arrow, Oklahoma rallied to placed second in March, moving from fourth-place to second-place to finish the Winter series. The Top Dog in March, and top scoring dog for K9 Manners was Flicka, a Border Collie handled by Frances Scriminger. Flicka and Frances finished nearly two seconds in front of the second-place team, with zero faults in 33.82 seconds:

Jumpin’ K-9’s, in Temecula, California, finished third in March and held on to third-place in the Winter series. The top scoring dog for Jumpin’ K-9’s was Pupcakes, a Miniature Poodle handled by Brenda Piper. Pupcakes and Brenda finished this course with zero faults in 42.5 seconds:

Worth Watching

While the top two placing teams dominated the top twelve placements, the only dog to break into the mix represented Lucky Dog Agility, out of Winterville, Georgia. Knox, a Border Collie handled by Elaine Boris, finished this course with zero faults in 40.09 seconds:

 

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Clermont County Wins! 50×70 Fast & Fun March 2019 Results

April 1, 2019

The 2018/2019 Winter Series is in the books!

The final month of the NDAL 50×70 Fast & Fun featured a fun numbered course designed by Dennis Vogel, captain of Cloud Nine, the NDAL franchise in Maple Grove, MN.

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A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.

Results

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Follow this link to view individual performance by dogs and their handlers. Most of these are graced with a YouTube link:

http://www.dogagility.org/Documents/Results/Standings030119B50x70.pdf

Clermont County All Breed All Stars in Milford, Ohio managed to win all three months of the 50×70 Fast & Fun league and have won the Winter series

The top scoring dog for Clermont County in March was Leela, a Border Collie handled by Brenda Gilday. Leela and Brenda finished this course with zero faults in 33.25 seconds:

AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous in Brooks, Kentucky placed second in the March 50×70 Fast & Fun league, and second-place in the Winter series. The Top Dog in March, and top scoring dog for AQ4U was Blade, a Border Collie handled by Christina Wakefield. Blade and Christina finished the game with zero faults in 31.76 seconds

Agility Dream dogs out of Albion, New York finished in strong fashion, placing third in March, and third in the Winter series. The top scoring dog for Agility Dream dogs was Chase, a Sheltie handled by Lydia Hofmann. Chase and Lydia finished this course with zero faults in 33.58 seconds:

Worth Watching

The fourth-place team in March and in the Winter series for the 50×70 Fast & Fun was Cloud Nine in Maple Grove, MN. This is the home NDAL franchise for our Games Master for the month, Dennis Vogel.

The top scoring dog for Cloud Nine was Guppy, a Brussels Griffon handled by Kelly McFaul-Solem. Guppy and Kelly finished the course with zero faults in 38.81 seconds:

Analytics

After a jump in participation in February, numbers were down in the 50×70 Fast & Fun league in March. Weather was the main cause, as the final month of Winter managed to be a lion all month long.

Note that the top 10 placements in March were monopolized by dogs representing the top three scoring clubs.

 

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April 2019 NDAL League Courses

March 30, 2019

Following is a preview of the April 2019 games and courses for NDAL league play. This is the first month of the Spring series.

54X70 Games league

The 54×70 Games league begins the 2019 Spring series with the game Run ‘til You Drop.

This league was formerly named the “Charity” league; and will be called the “Games” league going forward.

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Briefing

Run ‘til You Drop is a dog’s-choice point accumulation game, that features a bit of a time gamble. The dog earns points for taking obstacles in the order and direction of his own choosing. The dog has 40 seconds to accumulate points. The game begins as the dog crosses the start line and ends when the dog performs the teeter. To put a finer point on it… when the plank of the teeter hits the floor, time will end.

If the dog drops the teeter before course time elapses, then all accumulated points are doubled. If the plank drops after the expiration of time the dog will keep all points without any bonus.

The value of scoring obstacles:

  • 1 point for jumps
  • 3 points for tunnels and tire
  • 5 points for the A-frame

Note that the teeter has no value.

The A-frame can be taken only twice for points. Back-to-back performances are allowed. Jumps that are knocked down will not be reset, and will have no subsequent value.

Run ‘til You Drop is scored Points, Then Time.

50×70 Fast & Fun league

The first month of 50×70 Fast & Fun league 2019 Spring series features a numbered course.

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Scoring

A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.

60×90 Masters league

The first month of the 60×90 Masters league Spring series features a numbered course.

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Scoring

A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.

Our game master advises that this course concept was shamelessly borrowed from a course designed by Tami McClung for play in the USDAA.

36X85 Fast & Fun league

The first month of 36×85 Fast & Fun league 2019 Spring series features a numbered course.

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Scoring

A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.

An Open Invitation for New League Franchises

New clubs are always welcome to join ongoing play. Download the scorekeeping worksheet for the league (or each league) in which you would like to compete. Our leagues are organized by the size of the competition space and the complexity of challenge.

The 54X70 Games League will be dedicated to a variety of agility games. You can download the scorekeeping worksheet here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet040119A54x70.xls

The 50×70 Fast & Fun League is intended to allow the dog to work at full extension with modest handling challenges. You can download the scorekeeping worksheet here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet040119B50x70.xls

The 60×90 Masters League focuses advanced handling challenges. You can download the scorekeeping worksheet here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet040119C60x90.xls

The 36×85 Fast & Fun League is intended to allow the dog to work at full extension with modest handling challenges. You can download the scorekeeping worksheet here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet040119D36x85.xls

Existing league franchises will be emailed their scorekeeping worksheets set up with their current rosters.

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NDAL 50×50 International July 2017 League Results

August 1, 2017

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The NDAL 50×50 International July 2017 League featured a numbered course designed by Dennis Vogel. This month begins the Summer Series which shall run for three months, July through September, 2017.

The top scoring dog in the 50×50 International was Ripley, a Border Collie handled by Nic Ford. Ripley finished this course with zero faults in a time of 24.73 seconds, and earned 71 LifetimePerformance Points (LPP). Ripley and Nic play for Wicked West Australians in Banjup, Western Australia.

Wicked West Australians won the July 50×50 International league.

The second place dog in July also represented Wicked West Australians. Jay, a Border Collie handled by Sylvia Hamilton finished this course with zero faults in a time of 24.98 seconds, earning 70 LPP.

You can view the detail of the 50×50 Internatinoal League for July, complete with YouTube recordings of most runs… HERE.

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Secretaries Notes: We had two clubs decline to play in the month of July, one on account of the oppressive heat of Summer, and the other for having run out of days in the month We also had a club join the 50×50 International ~ High Sierra Canine Agility Club in Markleeville, CA.

Please accept these results as preliminary as there are often adjustments or corrections after the initial posting. Any adjustment or correction will be reflected in next month’s reporting. We will NOT repost July results for every minor tweak.

NDAL 50×50 International August 2017 Preview

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Briefing

This is a numbered course. Follow the numbers, and keep the bars up. A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.

New players are always welcome in the NDAL

If you would like to join us for play in August you can download the scorekeeping worksheet here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet080117a50x50.xls

Dogs are required to be registered with the NDAL to be eligible for play. You can download the registration form here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/FilesForms/TopDogRegistration.pdf

You are bound to have questions about how we work. Please direct these questions to the NDAL League Secretary ~ Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com.

Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TopDogAgilityPlayers/

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NDAL 50×70 Fast & Fun July 2017 League Results

August 1, 2017

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The NDAL 50×70 Fast & Fun July 2017 League featured a numbered course designed by Dennis Vogel. This month begins the Summer Series which shall run for three months, July through September, 2017.

The top scoring dog in the 50×70 Fast & Fun was Ripley, a Border Collie handled by Nic Ford. Ripley finished this course with zero faults in a time of 29.83 seconds, and earned 164 Lifetime Performance Points (LPP). Ripley and Nic play for Wicked West Australians in Banjup, Western Australia.

However, Wicked West Australians did not win the July 50×70 Fast & Fun league.

The second place dog in July was Sumo, a Staffie Cross handled by Roche Compaan. Sumo finished this course with zero faults in a time of 30.44 seconds, and earned 163 LPP. Sumo and Roche play for United Colours of Agility in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Neither did United Colours of Agility win the July 50×70 Fast & Fun league.

The top scoring team for July was AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous in Louisville, KY. The third place scoring dog then, was Trooper, an American Eskimo handled by Alex Embry. Trooper finished this course with zero faults in a time of 30.63 seconds, earning 162 LPP. Trooper and Alex play for AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous.

You can view the detail of the 50×70 Fast & Fun League for July, complete with YouTube recordings of most runs… HERE.

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Secretaries Notes: We had two clubs decline to play in the month of July on account of the oppressive heat of Summer! We also had a club rejoin the NDAL for play in the 50×70 Fast & Fun league ~ Pine Meadows Dog Training Club in South Boardman, MI.

Please accept these results as preliminary as there are often adjustments or corrections after the initial posting. Any adjustment or correction will be reflected in next month’s reporting. We will NOT repost July results for every minor tweak.

NDAL 50×70 Fast & Fun August 2017 Preview

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Briefing

This is a numbered course. Follow the numbers, keep the bars up, and hit the paint. Refusals are faulted on contact obstacle only. A numbered course is scored Time, Plus Faults.

New players are always welcome in the NDAL

If you would like to join us for play in August you can download the scorekeeping worksheet here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet080117B50x70.xls

Dogs are required to be registered with the NDAL to be eligible for play. You can download the registration form here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/FilesForms/TopDogRegistration.pdf

You are bound to have questions about how we work. Please direct these questions to the NDAL League Secretary ~ Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com.

Like us on Facebook!

https://www.facebook.com/TopDogAgilityPlayers/

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NDAL 60×90 Masters July 2017 League Results

August 1, 2017

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The NDAL 60×90 Masters July 2017 League featured a numbered course designed by Dennis Vogel. This month begins the Summer Series which shall run for three months, July through September, 2017.

The top scoring dog in the 60×90 Masters was Blade, a Border Collie handled by Brian Wakefield. Blade finished this course with zero faults in a time of 31.90 seconds, and earned 97 Lifetime Performance Points (LPP). Blade and Brian play for AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous (CKY002) in Louisville, KY.

The top scoring team for July, however, was United Colours of Agility (CSA001) in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. A team score is made up of the combined LPP of the top five scoring dogs for that franchise. The top scoring dog for United Colours of Agility was GEMMA, a BORDER COLLIE handled by SUSAN DAWSON. Gemma finished this course with zero faults in a time of 31.95 seconds, earning 96 LPP:

You can view the detail of the 60×90 Masters League for July, complete with YouTube recordings of most runs… HERE.

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Secretaries Notes: We had three clubs decline to play in the month of July on account of the oppressive heat of Summer! We had two clubs that compete in other NDAL leagues join us for play in the 60×90 Masters.

Please accept these results as preliminary as there are often adjustments or corrections after the initial posting. Any adjustment or correction will be reflected in next month’s reporting. We will NOT repost July results for every minor tweak.

NDAL 60×90 Masters August 2017 Preview

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Briefing

Power & Speed is a two-part game. The first part, POWER is untimed. Any faults earned are added to the dog’s overall score. Refusals will NOT be faulted. However, three “on & off” refusals will be deemed a Failure to Perform.

The SPEED part is timed. This game is scored Time, Plus Faults, Less Bonus.

A TimeWarp Bonus (10 points) is earned for the dog working away at jumps #7 through #9 without fault, while the handler works on the opposite side of the handler containment line (red line).

New players are always welcome in the NDAL

If you would like to join us for play in August you can download the scorekeeping worksheet here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet080117C60x90.xls

Dogs are required to be registered with the NDAL to be eligible for play. You can download the registration form here:

http://www.dogagility.org/documents/FilesForms/TopDogRegistration.pdf

You are bound to have questions about how we work. Please direct these questions to the NDAL League Secretary ~ Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com.

Like us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/TopDogAgilityPlayers/

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Questions comments & impassioned speeches to Bud Houston Houston.Bud@gmail.com. Visit our web store: www.dogagility.org/newstore. You’ll find in the web store The Book of Agility Games, a comprehensive reference to all manner of agility games played for competition and fun around the world.

Summer 2016 NDAL 36×85 Fun & Flowing Final Results

October 1, 2016

The 36×85 Fun & Flowing course was a fun tangle of tunnel performances and a bit of a riddle in terms of course memorization. The 36×85 Fun & Flowing league is the newest and smallest league in the NDAL, custom made for clubs with this unique long and narrow floor space!

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You can view Final Results: HERE

1st Place Team

The winning team is Wicked West Australians out of Banjup, Western Australia. This team won all three months of the Summer 36×85 League Series, and earned 768 Lifetime Performance Points. The Top Dog for September was predictably out of Wicked West Australians. This was Ripley, a Border Collie handled by Nic Ford. Ripley finished this course with zero faults in a time of 28.24 seconds:

2nd Place Team

The second place team in the 36×85 Fun and Flowing was Country Dream Agility out of Waterford, OH. This team earned 557 LPP. The top performing dog for Country Dream in September was Kory, a Border Collie run by Bud Houston. Kory finished this course with zero faults in a time of 34.39 seconds:

3rd Place Team

Third place in the 36×85 Fun and Flowing League was United Colours of Agility out of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. This team started play in September, earning 381 LPP; demonstrating that they will contend in this league. The top scoring dog for United Colours was Gemma, a Border Collie handled by Susan Dawson. Gemma finished this course with zero faults in a time of 30.46 seconds. There was no YouTube recording for this performance!

A Team to Watch

Rosetree DTC out of Lexington, KY. This team earned 262 LPP in the Summer League. Rosetree’s top performing dog in September was Finn, a Miniature Australian Shepherd handled by Teri Landry. Finn finished this course with zero faults in a time of 35.63 seconds:

It is worth noting that the 35×85 Fun & Flowing league was started specifically for Rosetree Dog Training Club. The club plays in an unusual working space. The National Dog Agility Leagues essential mission is to provide an agility experience that is inexpensive and accessible! We are gratified that other clubs are taking note of this interesting league space and taking time to play with us.

Start of the Fall 2016 36×85 Masters League

New clubs are invited to establish an NDAL franchise at any time. The cost for playing is ridiculously low. You can download the October 60×90 Masters NDAL score-keeping worksheet: HERE

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Summer 2016 NDAL 60×90 Masters Final Results

October 1, 2016

The 60×90 Masters course was a fast course, which presented interesting technical challenges with the dog working at full speed.

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You can view Final Results: HERE

1st Place Team

The winning team is Clermont County All Breed All Stars out of Milford, OH. Clermont County earned 1,449 Lifetime Performance points in the Fall 60×90 League, and won both August and September outright.

The Top Dog in September was Leela, a Border Collie handled by Brenda Gilday. Leela finished this course with zero faults in a time of 31.16 seconds:

2nd Place Team

The second place team in the 60×90 Masters was Agility Dream Dogs out of Albion, NY. This team earned 1,374 Lifetime Performance Points in the 60×90 Summer League and made their mark with a relatively small number of dogs. The top performing dog for Agility Dream Dogs in September was Riva, a Golden Retriever handled by John Babcock. Riva finished this course with zero faults in a time of 37.43 seconds:

3rd Place Team

Third place is a tie between Rocky Mountain Agility DTC in Arvada, CO and Country Dream Agility in Waterford, OH. Both teams earned 1,186 Lifetime Performance Points in the 60×90 Summer league!

The top scoring dog for Rocky Mountain Agility in September was Ozzie, an All American dog run by Thyra Powers. Ozzie finished this course with zero faults in a time of 39.49 seconds. This club never submits YouTube recordings in their league results, so we are unable to share Ozzie’s performance!

The top scoring dog for Country Dream Agility was Kory, a Border Collie handled by Bud Houston. Kory finished this course with zero faults in a time of 33.56 seconds:

A Team to Watch

Joining the National Dog Agility League for play in September was United Colours of Agility out of Port Elizabeth, South Africa. This team finished in third place for September only, showing that they will be a contender in this league. The top scoring dog for United Colours was Noodle, a Miniature Poodle. Noodle finished this course with zero faults, in a time of 36.14 seconds. There was no YouTube recording for this performance!

Start of the Fall 2016 60×90 Masters League

New clubs are invited to establish an NDAL franchise at any time. The cost for playing is ridiculously low. You can download the October 60×90 Masters NDAL score-keeping worksheet: HERE

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