This was a fun competition featuring some interesting “international” kinds of challenges… back-sides, and pull-throughs, and lots of work in the weave poles.
You can view Final Results: HERE
1st Place Team
The winning team is Wicked West Australians, out of Banjup Western Australia. This team earned 1,080 Lifetime Performance Points over the course of the Summer League. In the September and final course of the Summer League the top scoring dog for Wicked West Australians was Jay, a Border Collie handled by Sylvia Hamilton. Jay finished this course with zero faults in a time of 33.22 seconds:
2nd Place Team
The second place team in the 50×50 International was Sit, Stay, ‘N Play, out of Stroudsburg, PA. This team earned 1,008 Lifetime Performance Points over the course of the Summer League. In the September and final course of the Summer League the top scoring dog for Sit, Stay,’n Play was Fiona, a Border Collie run by Laurie Bowen. Fiona finished this course with zero faults, in a time of 35.94 seconds:
3rd Place Team
We have to mention the third place team, as they did not play in July… and their team won both the August and September 50×50. This was Team Canada, playing out of Edmonton, Alberta Canada. The top scoring dog for September was Tylt, a Border Collie handled by Teri O’Neill. Tylt wins the September competition with zero faults, in a time of 31.77 seconds:
We’ll be watching Team Canada as we begin the Fall League in October.
Start of the Fall 2016 50×50 International
New clubs are invited to establish an NDAL franchise at any time. The cost for playing is ridiculously low. You can download the October 50×50 International NDAL score-keeping worksheet: HERE
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