St Malo (France) 25/06/15, lib 7.00am
NIPA St Malo OB Nat 434/1477 –
1-1A Speirs & Campbell Cookstown 1472, 2-1G Mark Maguire & Son Newry & Dist 1443, 3-1B H Boyd Randalstown 1430, 4-1E H Cordner Annaghmore 1405, 5-2E D Calvin Bondhill 1401, 6-2G R Williamson Newry & Dist 1396, 7-3E M Robinson Bondhill 1394, 8-2A Speirs & Campbell 1387, 9-1C J McGrugan & Son Doagh & Dist 1386, 10-3G M Maguire & Son Newry & Dist 1384, 11-2B R & J Parke Windsor Soc 1380, 12-4G T Mallon & Son Banbridge 1371, 13-4E J Robinson Edgarstown 1368, 14-5E R Higginson Lurgan Soc 1366, 15-2C C Magill Larne & Dist 1356, 16-6E D & B Lyness Lurgan Soc 1353, 17-3A S Walker Coleraine Prem 1349, 18-7E S & J McCullough Beechpark Soc 1342,19-3B Scott & Clements Kells & Dist 1352, 20-1D Spence Bros Lisburn & Dist 1342.
Best in each NIPA Section:
Sect A 38/123 – Speirs & Campbell Cookstown 1472, Speirs & Campbell 1387, S Walker Coleraine Prem 1349.
Sect B 78/201 – H Boyd Randalstown 1430, R & J Parke Windsor Soc 1380, Scott & Clements Kells & Dist 1342.
Sect C 80/279 – J McGrugan & Son Doagh & Dist 1386, C Magill Larne & Dist 1356, D & J Campbell & Bigger 1326.
Sect D 31/99 – Spence Bros Lisburn & Dist 1342, A Hughes & Son Lisburn & Dist 1316, J Waring & Son Lisburn & Dist 1312.
Sect E 93/406 – H Cordner Annaghmore 1405, D Calvin Bondhill 1401, M Robinson Bondhill 1394.
Sect F 20/50 – McGimpsey Bros Ards 1151, C & L Fryers Dromara 1132, J McClenaghan Ards 1114.
Sect G 44/192 – Mark Maguire & Son Newry & Dist 1443, R Williamson Newry & Dist 1396, M Maguire & Son 1384.
Sect H 44/101 – G McCauley Strabane 1222, P & M Healy Maiden City 1099, E Quigley Amelia Earhart 1078.
Cullybackey Centre St Malo – H Boyd Randalstown 1430, Scott & Clements Kells 1342, J & J Greer Cullybackey 1303, W Livingstone Cullybackey 1301, A Darragh Cullybackey 1293, A Darragh 1270, D & H Kirkpatrick Cullybackey 1218, B O’Rawe Ballymena 1204, T Kaczynski Rasharkin 1196, M/M Robinson Ahoghill 1162.
Coleraine Centre St Malo – R & J Parke Windsor Social 1380, S Walker Coleraine Prem 1349, D Coyles & Son Coleraine Prem 1296, D Dixon Ballymoney 1222, T & J McDonald Coleraine Prem 1169, Nevin Bros Coleraine Prem 1164, W & L McCaw Ballymoney 1155, A Gage Ballymoney 1144, Newton & Quinn Coleraine Prem 1089, D Dixon 988.
Muckamore Centre St Malo – T Fleming Muckamore 1228, S McFlynn Castledawson 1202, G F Lindsay Crumlin 1152, G F Lindsay.
Foyle Centre St Malo – G McCauley Strabane & Dist 1220, P & M Healy Maiden City 1099, E Quigley Amelia Earhart 1078, T Booth Mourne & Dist 1053, P Maxwell Jnr Foyle 809, N Cassidy Amelia Earhart 702, B Page Foyle 679, J Ebbs Derry & Dist 636, T Booth 547, D Simpson Londonderry 542.
Saint Malo 2015
The N.I.P.A. would like to thank the members for their cooperation on getting the birds ready for Saint Malo on Tuesday morning, which allowed the lorry to leave on the 9-30pm ferry from the south of Ireland to sail straight into France it is very much appreciated .The birds arrived at the ferry at 7-00pm and got a light feed and then were watered, the water was left on the birds all night while the ferry sailed. Next morning the birds got another light feed and the drinkers topped up. The birds arrived in France today 24th June 2015 at 3-00pm our time, then they arrived on site at 6-30pm our time, they got another light feed at 7-00pm and watered. So I would like to take this opportunity to thank the two drivers for looking after the birds and putting the effort into making this possible for a Thursday morning liberation if possible ( weather permitting ).
Birds have been liberated at 7am with little to no wind, hope the returns are good…
Have a good one everyone…
The N.I.P.A. have liberated in Saint Malo at 7-00am, there was no wind at release point and they had blue sky and sunshine right up to Camborne which is approximately 25 to 30 miles north of Penzance. The wind is to pick up on route as the birds come north, it’s to go force 4 or 5 southerly later and the sea state slight to moderate, visibility moderate to good. There is to be some light rain at the home end and good luck to all.
The N.I.P.A. in conjunction with all other Irish racing organisations , racing today from St Malo , have liberated in St Malo at 7-00am, there was no wind at release point and they had blue sky and sunshine right up to Camborne which is approximately 25 to 30 miles north of Penzance. It is also crystal clear in Bude with no wind at this moment, in Fishguard there is full cloud cover with a fresh southerly wind visibility unlimited. The wind is to pick up on route as the birds come north, it’s to go force 4 or 5 southerly later and the sea state slight to moderate, visibility moderate to good. There is to be some light rain at the home end and good luck to all.
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