This was a fun competition featuring a fine romp of a course and living up to the fun and flowing kind of challenge on this 50×70 field of play.
You can view Final Results: HERE
1st Place Team
The winning team is Wicked West Australians, out of Banjup Western Australia. This team earned 2,458 Lifetime Performance Points over the course of the 50×70 Summer League; and won the league without actually winning any single month.
In the September and final course of the Summer League the top scoring dog for Wicked West Australians was Ripley, a Border Collie handled by Nic Ford. Ripley finished this course with zero faults in a time of 25.98 seconds:
2nd Place Team
The second place team in the 50×70 Fun & Flowing was AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous out of Louisville, KY. This team earned 2,433 Lifetime Performance Points over the course of the 50×70 Summer League; won the July competition, and has kept a significant presence among the top performing scores each month. The top scoring dog for AQ4U was Blade, a Border Collie running for Brian Wakefield. Blade finished this course with zero faults, in a time of 27.03 seconds:
3rd Place Team
The third place team for the 50×70 Fun & Flowing league was the Clermont County All Breed All Stars out of Milford, OH. This club is right in the mix and a contender in each of leagues in which they compete, so long as they number the courses correctly!
The top scoring dog for Clermont County in the September 2016 50×70 Fun & Flowing was Leela, a Border Collie handled by Brenda Gilday Leela finished this course with zero faults in a time of 26.76 seconds:
The Top Dog in the September 2016 50×70 Fun & Flowing league was Chips, an All Canadian dog handled by Seanna O’Neill. Chips finished this course with zero faults in a time of 24.03 seconds:
Chips plays for Team Canada, out of Edmonton, Alberta Canada. Having missed the July competition Team Canada finished in a solid 4th place overall, having won both July and August. We’ll be watching Team Canada as we begin the Fall League in October.
Start of the Fall 2016 50×70 Fun & Flowing
New clubs are invited to establish an NDAL franchise at any time. The cost for playing is ridiculously low. You can download the October 50×700 Fun & Flowing NDAL score-keeping worksheet: HERE
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