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- – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - Birds for Sale: John Lowry from Crumlin & Dist has a number of birds available at reasonable prices, the birds are listed on see Public Auction News. Martin Graham from Ballymena & Dist has had a best ever racing season and he bred the winner of the Galway Plate for Adie Mc Cormick a bird now named Cool Lass for those with a bad memory.

Martin himself had a top class young bird season and in the old birds he scored through to France. blue bar cock 02 su 612 hartog son of magnificent 7.

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blue w flyt 02ihun11991 delbar from alex jordan belfast . b/pyed 08c11452 dave hunt sire 04 L29161 paired to his dauter a great racing henbc gb07c09437. bcpyed 06P46525 1/2 hunt 1/2 delbar bred for 06 glenavy g wing race. gaypyed 06c23150 hen sire d hunt dam jordan delbar same way bred was 54 europa classic 06. bc 04L29137 direct dave 04c31385 1/2 hunt 1/2 amanda michell. bc 07 c09425 sire d black fro gf lydsay damalex jordan delbar hen. Top table Mark Gilbert, Roger Lowe & Stuart Sheffield. Just a flavour of the top class birds on offer are as follows: John Patterson (Ballylesson) a legend – Many times EDC Fancier of the Year Mark. Top winning loft Joe Merrigan National winner with the INFC Spracklin & Thomas UK. One of the top Up North Combine lofts National winners 2009 from Andrezel. Michael & Joe O’ Reilly once again premier prize winners in the highly competitive Arklow UTD. several Federation & National wins Pat Craven highly successful South Road Fed loft.

Trade Stands at the show Discounted rooms in Hotel All support appreciated Judging starts @ 11 am sharp Contact: Martin Dunne 087-6120587 John O Brien 087 4144781 Dom Byrne 086-3973632 - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - – - WHO WILL IT BE?

Simple Question it may seem, but after one of the most open and spread out pigeon seasons success wise I have seen in a number of years with a shared balance of success spread throughout the country, and with a result of 3  2 last year between two fanciers the judging, for this years event to find the Northern Ireland Fancier of the Year could prove to be the most difficult to date.

The present team are about the best he has ever had over the last 50 years and will leave their mark in the years to come.

The sale of his birds will take place in Glenavy on Saturday 23rd October and one week later at the same venue.

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