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MNFC Statement Channel Racing Update 2022

Hi all,

The MNFC first race will take place on Saturday 28th May 2022 Weymouth. Marking will take place on Friday 27th May 2022. 

Handbooks
The club's handbooks are being posted out this week to all members which have paid their subscriptions. 
 
New Marking Stations
Huddersfield at Bradley Cricket & Bowls Club,
Bar Street,
Leeds Road,
Huddersfield.
OIC ic Mr A. Leech
 
Shaw Marking Station 
OIC P Beck and Mr S Chapman
 
West North West Section
The committee have reinstated the west north west section for the 2022 season. All members will recive their new competing numbers with their handbooks. The boundaries are 53-40-00n and 2-32-00w 


Regards
Andrew

 

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Midland National Flying Club

Ace Pigeon Awards 2021

 

The MNFC Ace Pigeon Awards have been awarded since 2008. The are three categories, Middle Distance Award, Long Distance Award and Young Bird Award. There are two categories within each award, OPEN Award and Section Award.
The formula used to calculate the results are pigeon position x 100 divide by the total entry. The OPEN Award is based on a member’s open position and total birdage in the race.
The SECTION Award is based on a member’s section birdage and total birdage within a section.

Middle Distance Award 2021
This award selects a member’s best three performances from the four MNFC races 2021, Holmsley, Weymouth, Yelverton and Guernsey both for OPEN and SECTION coefficients.

Click to open Results Middle Distance Award Opens


Click to open Results Middle Distance Award Sections

Long Distance Ace Pigeon OPEN SECTION Awards
Unfortunately, this award could not be awarded this year due to distance racing from France being curtailed. The awards are normally calculated from two races. The first race must be the club’s longest race and the second race is the best performance from any old bird race from the same old bird race season.

Young Bird Ace Pigeon Award
This award could not be awarded this year due to the club having only one YB race. In previous years, pigeons have had to have results in both YB events to qualify for the awards.

Member’s do not need to apply for these awards. The club runs the Ace Pigeon reports. The reports are published on the club’s website. The first three in the OPEN Award category and the first in each SECTION category will win an MNFC Ace Pigeon Diploma.

Jon Dodd
MNFC Secretary