Centre dog trial championships

Pictured are the Short head centre winners. (From left) Judge Wayner Faulkner, the winner Jerry Cook, Leo Edginton, Bob Bryson, John Macpherson and Andrew Savage. Picture supplied

THE Ruakituri dog trial club hosted their round of the Poverty Bay centre season last Friday and Saturday, and then the Centre runoffs on Sunday. The results of the runoffs are as follows:

Long Head: Bob Bryson - Bolt 188 1; Rodger Strachan - Bruce 178.5 2; Bob Bryson - Brad 177.5 3; Laurence Rau - Dixie 177 4; John Macpherson - Scott 174 5. Short Head: Jerry Cook - Jean 196.5 1; Leo Edginton - Skip 191.25 2; John Macpherson - Scott 188.5 3; Bob Bryson - Brad 182.5 4; Andrew Savage - Gail 179.1 5. Zig Zag Hunt: Allan Irwin - Buster 183.5 1; Henry Gaddum - Fill 181 2; Allan Irwin - Chase 180.5 3; Colin Bayliss - Bully 177.5 4; Sam Shaw - Breeze 103.5 5. Straight Hunt: Colin Bayliss - Bully 195.5 1; Jake Roche - Judd 92.5 2; Ant Hughes - Chop 190.25 3; Noddy Halley - Jade 189.25 4; Rob Jefferys - Bruno 185.75 5.

THE Ruakituri dog trial club hosted their round of the Poverty Bay centre season last Friday and Saturday, and then the Centre runoffs on Sunday. The results of the runoffs are as follows:

Long Head: Bob Bryson - Bolt 188 1; Rodger Strachan - Bruce 178.5 2; Bob Bryson - Brad 177.5 3; Laurence Rau - Dixie 177 4; John Macpherson - Scott 174 5. Short Head: Jerry Cook - Jean 196.5 1; Leo Edginton - Skip 191.25 2; John Macpherson - Scott 188.5 3; Bob Bryson - Brad 182.5 4; Andrew Savage - Gail 179.1 5. Zig Zag Hunt: Allan Irwin - Buster 183.5 1; Henry Gaddum - Fill 181 2; Allan Irwin - Chase 180.5 3; Colin Bayliss - Bully 177.5 4; Sam Shaw - Breeze 103.5 5. Straight Hunt: Colin Bayliss - Bully 195.5 1; Jake Roche - Judd 92.5 2; Ant Hughes - Chop 190.25 3; Noddy Halley - Jade 189.25 4; Rob Jefferys - Bruno 185.75 5.

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