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THE HISTORY OF THE 1984 to 2006
1984 to 2006
The inaugural meeting of the Fife Fancy
Federation took place in April 1984 with the
Fife Fancy Canary Club, Southern England Fife Club, North of England Fife Fancy Canary
Club, West of Scotland Fife Fancy Canary Club, Fife Fancy Canary Club of Wales,
The meeting was opened by Mr. Harry Jardine and officers elected included Mr. Peter Gray - Chairman and Mr. Anderson taking on the Secretarys role from Mrs. Maureen James.
The `object` of the
Rules and Regulations were drawn up and amended and the issue of a standard show cage for exhibition was debated. Upon the vote the Dewar show cage was approved and details were to be forwarded to Cage & Aviary Birds.
Each club was requested to submit to the
Secretary a list of their judges so that a Panel Judge list could be established and
issued by the Federation, (operational from
1986 with 51 judges listed). The venue for future meetings was determined and
The National Exhibition of Cage & Aviary
Birds moved to the NEC in 1984 following four years at Bingley Hall,
Mr. Terry Kelly became the Secretary in 1985 and the show cage debate continued. Twenty-six classes were established for open shows and club shows receiving full patronage. Two judges were nominated for the National Exhibition of Cage and Aviary Birds, Mr. Harry Jardine and Mr. Tony Bell, (Mr. Roy Fox was nominated as reserve). The Fife Section was now the third largest section at the National and was continuing to expand.
East Anglian Fife Fancy Canary Club was
accepted into the Federation in 1986.
Mr. Jim Kelly took on the Chairmans role in 1988 with Mrs. Wanda Gawn accepting the Secretarys position. A Federation Rule Book was in the process of being prepared for print, four judges were considered necessary for the National Exhibition and the Panel judge list now extended to 68 names.
Tyne Tees FFCC and Kent and Sussex FFCC apply for membership in 1989 and are duly welcomed to the Federation.
1990 - The Southern Counties FFCC and the Belgian Border and Fife Canary Club join the Federation. Much discussion continued upon the classification particularly in relation to birds exhibited in the variegated classes. For some years there had been discussion on the so-called borderline cases 50% dark or three parts dark. Concern was also expressed about the large numbers in these classes and whether a separate variegated Cinnamon class should be introduced. Consideration was also given to splitting the clear and ticked birds into separate classes.
East of Scotland FFCC and West Wales FFC join the Federation in 1991, bringing the total number of clubs to fifteen.
It was suggested that the Federation should
become affiliated to the National Council for Aviculture, to be determined at next
Main items under discussion at this time included rules on panel judge status, training for judges, using judges from abroad, patronage rule, amendments to the classification and, of course the old chestnut show cage floor covering. Mandates to change the use of oat husks were defeated by 6 votes to 5 votes. The classification was increased to 30 classes, effective from 1992 and seven judges were nominated for the National Exhibition.
East Anglia FFCC called for a pictorial model
for the Fife Fancy and tabled an example for further discussion at the 1992
1992 - North West FFCC joins the Federation.
24 delegates representing 14 out of the 16
member clubs attend this years
A proposal to hold the meeting every three years was defeated and thus annual meetings would continue.
Proposals to change the show cage floor covering were again defeated.
North of England FFCC and West of Scotland FFCC call for a pictorial model for the Fife Fancy.
1993 - Lanarkshire and Lothian FFCC join the Federation.
A minutes silence was held at the Annual General Meeting following the death of Bill Gawn. He had not only supported Wanda in her role as secretary, but also helped her throughout with her hobby.
A motion to relax the criteria for panel judge status from 7 years to 5 years for exhibitors of other types of canaries was lost and proposed changes to the show cage floor covering were not accepted.
A proposal for ticked birds to return to the clear class was also defeated.
A call was made for flighted classes for the Fife Fancy at the National Exhibition.
From the pictorial models circulated the use of the original drawing No.7 was approved by 6 votes for to 2 against.
Proposals to divide the Federation into area
Rings on birds being exhibited is giving some clubs concern and Federation rules that one ring only should be used.
Conditions to be imposed on FFF when nominating judges for the Scottish National are lifted.
Durham FFCC accepted into membership of the Federation but only nine of out 18 specialist Fife Clubs are affiliated to the National Council for Aviculture.
Debate raised again on show cage floor covering - oats husks again receiving support. Delegates vote against closed rings for current year birds. Amendments to classification for ticked birds and foul birds into clear and self classes respectively was not supported.
Again proposals to divide the Federation were also lost by 11 votes to 4 votes.
East of Scotland FFCC tabled a model of the Fife Fancy made by Fine Ceramic Trophies, and explained why it was not possible to raise this issue through the mandates due to illness. Federation agrees to adopt the model in principle, subject to slight modifications.
In his 1995 address to delegates the Chairman noted that there was some disquiet within the membership but he hoped the Federation would remain united. The Secretary reported that the secret meetings were being held to elect a new Fife Council, the previous year had been rather uneasy and unsettling.
The Belgium FFCC was withdrawn from the Federation as the club was no longer in existence.
Modifications to the model were awaited from the manufacturers.
Netherlands Border and Fife Fancy Canary Club become affiliated to the Federation and at home the Green, Cinnamon and White FFCC is formed and joins the Federation.
The Canary Council and the Federation give rosettes at the National Exhibition of Cage and Aviary Birds for the first time.
The Secretary calls for Club Secretarys to forward dates of their open shows for publication in Cage and Aviary Birds diary of events.
The Canary Council delegate announces a new scheme from the National Council for Aviculture with special awards for the club of the year.
Correspondence received from
The terms `ticked`, `three parts dark`, and foul are no longer used and so they should be taken out of the classification.
Chris Smith elected as Publicity Officer for the Federation.
Controversy revolves around some judges who are letting self birds with light feather bibs through for Specials.The Federation rules are clear and it is for the judge to use his discretion to wrong class these birds.
East of Scotland FFCC and West of Scotland FFCC leave the Federation
New officers elected at the 1997
Mr.Bill Bean-Vice Chairman, Mr. Chris Smith-Secretary/Treasurer and
Mr. Denzil Griffiths as Publicity Officer. Wanda Gawn retires as Secretary after nine years.
A show date co-ordinator is appointed to help clubs arrange their shows and avoid clashing with other club shows.
Kent and Sussex FFCC cease activities and are in the hands of trustees.
Canary Council report highlights the lack of Juniors coming into the Fancy as a whole and asks the Federation to consider ways of encouraging young people take enter the hobby.
Show Cage floor covering debate continues to
rage :- 7 votes to 3 at the
Proposals to put the `ticked`birds back into the clear classes and `foul` birds into the self classes were defeated.
Rings- agreed one ring per bird when exhibiting, plain or numbered and where letters are used they should only denote the ring size,ie no personal initials allowed.
Requests to open up the Federation to individual members were defeated. The Federation is a governing body not a club.
Subscriptions for member clubs are raised from £10 to £20 per annum
Results of the 1997/98 experimental show cage floor covering are debated, oat husks v clipped oats, 11 delegates vote for a return to oat husks and two clubs want to retain clipped oats.
Drawings of the Fife Fancy Canary by Bill Everett (black & white) and Andy McEwan (colour) are distributed to member club Secretaries to consult the grass roots on a possible Pictorial model for the Fife Fancy.
Secretary suggests that the Federation produces
a Yearbook for fanciers and hopes to table a draft at next years
West of Scotland are to start the
`International` competition again between
Seven judges are called upon to place the awards at the National Exhibition as entries top the 1600 level.
New FFF draft Yearbook approved and a Pictorial Model based on drawing by Bill Everett agreed by delegates.
Percy Jacobs and Willie McKay are elected Chairman and Vice Chairman.
Rule changes were discussed from proposals over the three previous years and the only one agreed was that prospective candidates for Panel Judge status must now be a member of an affiliated club for 7 years, five years of which must be at Champion level.
There are now 132 Panel Judges listed.
The application to join the Federation from the Irish FFCC was accepted
Proposals to change the classification to put ticked birds in the Clear class and foul birds in the Self class were not approved, thus the classification remains unchanged.
137 Panel judges on approved list.
A period of silence was observed at the start of the meeting in memory of Walter Lumsden, Bert Beeson, H Ball, and R Craig.
The meeting approved a change to the classification to include ticked birds in the Clear class and Foul in the Self class, and separate HV White classes were included in the classification.
Rule change for prospective candidates for Panel Judge status must be a member of an affiliated club for a minimum total of 5 years, with a minimum of 3 years as champion.
The Federation stand at the National was deemed a success and plans are being prepared for this years show. The NCA web site now contains the names and addresses of Club Secretaries.
FFCC of Wales has now disbanded due to lack of support.
Now 142 Panel Judges on the approved list.
Congratulations to Willie McKay and Kevin Gorman World Champions at the World Show in France 2003
Eligibilty for Panel Judge status now 5 years as member of specialist club with 3 years as a Champion.
Classification changed as from April 2003 to March 2006 :-
Clear and Ticked in same class
Self or Foul in same class
New classes for Heavily Varigated Whites.
New definition of bone fide club included in the rules with a list of requirements to comply with Federation rules.
Proposal to extend the Novice age to 21 years approved, becomes operational in the Rules and Regulations in 2006.
Proposed changes to Standard defeated, 25 points for size to remain.
Five new panel judges elected to the Federation Panel, now 140 judges listed.
Green, Cinnamon and White FFCC and
Two new clubs accepted into the Federation North Wales FFCC and FFCC Italiano.
Application for membership for Cleveland FFCC and Flemish Border and Fife Fancy CC approved.
Novice rule to remain as existing, last years change overturned.
Green, Cinnamon and White club reformed.
Irish FFCC no longer in existence.
Correspondence from DEFRA indicates possible new licensing regime for shows/pet fairs, consultation currently being carried out on the draft Animal Welfare bill.
The loss of the National Exhibition of Cage and Aviary Birds was much lamented, discussion on setting up a new show or holding a Fife National in conjunction with the North of England FFCC was discussed.
Roger Godsell elected Chairman following Percy Jacobs resignation due to ill- health and Chris Smith voted in as delegate to the NCA and Canary Council.
A moments silence held in respect of members who had passed away during the last year:- Denise Shuker, Cliff Harris, Ernie Wilson, Keith Stretton, D Pickett and W Evans.
David Shelbourne congratulated on his points achievement at the 2004 World Show, coming fourth he just missed out on the medals.
Border and Fife Club Deutschland now affiliated to the Federation. Cleveland FFCC voted to change their name to Northumberland and Durham FFCC, Lanark and Lothian change their name to West Lothian FFCC. Late application from some members of Cleveland FFCC to retain that club was agreed subject to written application and affiliation fee being received.
A proposal that ticked birds be entered in variegated classes was not approved, however Clubs could have a separate Clear and Ticked class.
A mandate that all current year bred birds be closed rung was not approved.
A change of wording to the standard was approved, for Body it now reads :-
well filled and nicely rounded from a gentle rise over the shoulders and back to the base of the tail.
Nine new judges elected to the Federation judging panel.
Delegates reflected on what had been a bad year
for the Fancy, with the threat of Avian Influenza in
Application to join the Federation from the
The NCA and Canary Council continue to be
represented at meetings with DEFRA and MPs at
The Federation remains opposed to the
compulsory closed ringing of the Fife Fancy .
1. That this Organisation be called the Fife Fancy Federation.
2. The object shall be to co-ordinate, advance, encourage the culture, improvement and honourable exhibition of this special breed.
3. The working year of the Federation to be from April until March the following year.
Any bona-fide Fife Fancy club may
join the Federation provided its application is approved at the Federations
i) collect annual subscriptions from members,
ii) elect officers, Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary/Treasurer and a Committee,
iv) have a constitution and rules and regulations, (copy to be forwarded to FFF secretary)
v) promote the Fife Fancy Canary by whatever means possible, shows, meetings, publicity etc,
vi) elect two delegates to represent the club on the Federation
5. New member clubs shall pay £10.00 subscription during the first two years of membership, with voting rights only on new issues after one year of membership, with full voting rights after two years, when full subscription of £30.00 shall become due.
6. The affairs of the Federation to be managed by a Chairman, Vice-Chairman, Secretary/Treasurer, and delegates from the member clubs who shall form the committee.
7. The Office Bearers shall be elected for a period of three years with the option of remaining in office beyond this time if agreeable.
8. The Federation shall use its influence to provide proper classes for the Fife Fancy Canary at Shows and to maintain a Federation Full Classification list consisting of 32 classes for both Champion and Novice.
Fanciers are eligible to sit on
The Federations approved
list of Panel Judges shall be reviewed at each
b) Member Club Secretaries sponsoring applicants for Panel Judge status should have proof that the applicant has been a member of a Fife Fancy Specialist Club(s) for a minimum total of five years, with a minimum of three years as champion, and is a current breeder who has shown on at least three occasions each year at FFF members club patronage shows.
Guest judges from abroad will be
accepted to judge in the
d) Judges shall disqualify any birds not of natural colour and any complaints should be notified to the Federation for a decision.
e) Judges should not judge and exhibit at the same show.
f) Judges can accept judging engagements at their own discretion.
FFF Secretary to inform all Panel
Judges of any rule c
a) Member Clubs shall only grant Patronages to clubs using a Fife Fancy classification which includes all classes contained in the Federations list, and have appointed Fife Judges whose names appear on the current Federation Panel Judge List.
b) No Patronages will be granted to clubs who accepts Fife Patronages from clubs who are not members of the FFF.
12. JUNIORS shall retain that status from the age of 8 to 16 years. The former Junior Bird League ruling will be accepted.
13. NOVICES shall remain in the category for 5 years from the first year of exhibiting, after which period they will lose this status (see also General Note 3).
CAGE is the only accepted
Spars of show cages to be placed so as to leave five empty wires between them, the first spar to be on drinking hole wire. Cover of seed box to have a slot in it and not holes, and box to contain plain or mixed canary seed, oat husks to be used as floor covering . Cage labels to be directly under spar, away from drinker. Spars to be 1/2 (13mm) diameter with 12-groove spiral.
15. Rings only one ring per bird, closed or spilt, no personal initials, letters should denote ring size or issuing authority, e.g. IOA.
These rules will not be subject to any c
1. STANDARD & SCALE OF POINTS
|Small round and neat - beak fine, eyes central to roundness of head and body||
|BODY||Well filled and nicely rounded from a gentle rise over the shoulders and back to base of the tail, chest also rounded, but neither heavy nor prominent.||
|WINGS||Compact and carried close to the body, meeting at the tips, just below the root of tail.||10|
|LEGS||Of medium length, showing little thigh.||5|
|PLUMAGE||Close, firm, fine in quality.||10|
|TAIL||Close packed and narrow, being nicely rounded and filled in at the root.||5|
|POSITION & CARRIAGE||
Semi-erect, standing at an angle of 60 degrees. Gay, jaunty with full Poise of head
|COLOUR||Rich, soft and pure, as level in tint as possible throughout but extreme depth and hardness such as colour feeding gives are DEBARRED.||10|
|HEALTH||Condition and cleanliness shall have due weight.||5|
|SIZE||Not to exceed 4¼ INCHES (108mm)||25|
2. DESCRIPTION OF MARKINGS
|CLEAR BIRD||A clear bird is one which has no dark feathers.|
|TICKED BIRD||One which has not more than one dark mark coverable by a new penny or three dark feathers side by side on wing or tail.|
variegated bird must be less than 50% dark feathers.
HEAVILY variegated to be greater than 50% dark feathers and two separate classes are provided.
|FOUL BIRD||One which has not more than one light mark coverable by a penny or three light feathers side by side on wing or tail.|
|SELF BIRD||A self bird must be all dark, ie no light feathers.|
Three Parts Dark - greater than 75% dark feathers, shown in the Heavily Variegated class.
|Grizzle bird -to be shown as variegated in appropriate classes. A grizzle mark smaller than one new penny is shown in the variegated class NOT the ticked class because the grizzle is more than one dark mark.|
3. NOVICE EXHIBITORS
Where a Novice Fife exhibitor resides in the same household as a Champion Fife exhibitor the Novice must show in the higher status. If the higher status exhibitor exhibits any variety of cage birds other than Fifes then the Novice Fife exhibitor shall exhibit under his or her own status.
4. JUNIOR AWARDS
All FFF member clubs will have rosettes available for Junior classes when patronages are granted. These will not be sent automatically with the other rosettes unless secretaries of the clubs applying for patronages request them as not all clubs require them.
5. HONORARY MEMBERS
All secretaries of Federation member clubs and the secretary of the FFF shall be accorded the privilege of honorary membership of all other member clubs during their terms of office.
Revised April 2010
Specialist Club List
Secretary: Mr P Gray.
Eaton Socon, nr. St Neots,
Tel: 01480 380147
Secretary: Bill Bannister
69 Durkar Lane, Crigglestone,
Wakefield WF4 3HZ
Tel 01924 253738
Fancy Canary Club
Secretary: David Lumsden,
Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY2 6XH
Secretary: Mr & Mrs M Godsell,
Tel 024 7668 2810
Secretary: Mr C Wilding
5 Oliver Place,
Witham, Essex CM8 2UD
Tel no.01376 514370
Cinnamon and White FFCC
Sec: K J & S M Theusinger,
51 Carpenter Close,
Tel 01884 258742
Fancy Canary Club of
Secretary: Angelo Ronchi
via Repubblica, 15, 40013 Castelmaggiore,
Secretary: Roy Clayton,
Dover Kent CT15 5LJ
Tel: 01304 215680
Secretary: Mr B S Bocock,
Leics LE9 8DG
Secretary Henrik Holm, Gartnervej 9, 4654
Tel. +45 48161052
Dirk Pelgrims, Aarschotbaan,21 B 2580 PUTTE
Tel: 0032 15 24 14 01
Secretary: Mr J Watkins 9 Abbey Road, Kenfig Hill, Bridgend, Glamorgan CF33 6HF
Tel 01656 745037
Southern Counties FFCC
Secretary: Mr R Brown, 30 Moss Nook,
Secretary: Mr R Stillie, 19 Stirven Cres, Wishaw, Mid Strathclyde ML2 0JL
Tel: 01698 355019
& Devon FFCC
Mrs Pat White 31 Broadlands Close ,
Tel. 01752 339784
Mr J Morton 54 Chalcombe Rd, Kingsthorpe, Northamton NN2 8JE
Durham and Northumberland FFCC
Werner Kolter 51427 Bergish Gladbach, den Im Schlangenhofchen 2,
Mrs Annette Munroe, 10 Millcroft, Dores, IV2 6TQ
|Fife Fancy Federation Officers|
Mr Roger Godsell
69 Avon Road
Worcester, WR4 9AG
Mr Len Thompson
51 Edward Road
Surrey, GU9 8NP
61 Eastmaed Avenue
Tel 020 8575 2716
Revised April 2010
CLASSIFICATION up to March 2012
|1||Clear Yellow Cock||33|
|2||Clear Yellow Hen||34|
|3||Clear Buff Cock||35|
|4||Clear Buff Hen||36|
|5||Green Variegated Yellow Cock||37|
|6||Green Variegated Yellow Hen||38|
|7||Green Variegated Buff Cock||39|
|8||Green Variegated Buff Hen||40|
|9||Green Heavily Variegated Yellow Cock||41|
|10||Green Heavily Variegated Yellow Hen||42|
|11||Green Heavily Variegated Buff Cock||43|
|12||Green Heavily Variegated Buff Hen||44|
|13||Green Self Yellow Cock||45|
|14||Green Self Yellow Hen||46|
|15||Green Self Buff Cock||47|
|16||Green Self Buff Hen||48|
|17||Cinnamon Variegated Yellow Cock (inc HV)||49|
|18||Cinnamon Variegated Yellow Hen (inc HV)||50|
|19||Cinnamon Variegated Buff Cock (inc HV)||51|
|20||Cinnamon Variegated Buff Hen (inc HV)||52|
|21||Cinnamon Self Yellow Cock||53|
|22||Cinnamon Self Yellow Hen||54|
|23||Cinnamon Self Buff Cock||55|
|24||Cinnamon Self Buff Hen||56|
|25||Clear or Ticked White Cock||57|
|26||Clear or Ticked White Hen||58|
|27||Variegated White Cock||59|
|28||Variegated White Hen||60|
|29||Heavily Variegated White Cock||61|
|30||Heavily Variegated White Hen||62|
|31||Blue or Fawn Self Cock||63|
|32||Blue or Fawn Self Hen||64|
Ticked and Grizzle birds are shown in the relevant Variegated Class.
Note:- Unflighted or Flighted birds may be shown in the above classes unless show schedule states separate classes. If Unflighted classes are stipulated then the year colour ring should be used on unflighted birds. It is not compulsory to ring Fife Fancy Canaries for exhibition.
Revised April 2010
Panel Judges List (with date of joining)
Judges accepted onto the Panel prior to 1994 are not dated.
Miss F ADAMSON
G & J ARCHER
8 Folley Terrace, Pity-Ma,
A G BELL
42 Le Strange Avenue, North
G BRADBROOK 3 Pitts Lane, Reading 2008
R BROWN 30 Moss Nook, Burscough, L40 0RQ - 2010 - Tel. 01704 892883 Email email@example.com
D BUTTON Allerton The Crescent Sunniside Newcastle upon Tyne-1999 0191-488-7181
J E CLARKE
9 Finchale Terrace,
S COOK 1999 01482-666516
C J CURNOW
8 Barnfield Terrace,
G DARLING Cambridgeshire 2009
30 Baberton 0131 453 3080
0131 453 3080
H S DUNKLEY
35 Sutherland way,
Wallington Shore Rd,
Wiljord, 26 Sparke Close,
R EVANS 1A Ashwell, Caerleon Newport Gwent NP6 1JU- 2002
FAIRHURST 244 Lupton Rd,
49 High Circle, Muir of
A A 01692 670510
1 Whinlatter Close Millon
P GILLOTT 67 The Delves, Swanwick, Derbyshire DE55 1AR - 1994 01773-606242
A GOODMAN 21 Fountain St Goole N Humberside-1999 01405-761550
T GREEN 28 Striven Cres, Wishaw, Mid Strathclyde ML2 0JL (2001)
15 Myrtle Grove,Aveley, Essex RM15 4JB (1997) 01708-864697
12 Brimble Cottages Stourton Caundle Sturminster,
. 01726 72403 - 2010
. 01726 72403 - 2010
G HAYNES 20 Kingsley Alcester, Warkwickshire B49 6BH -2005 01789 765502
33 Stanbridge Lane, Sandal,
9 Salvesen Gdns
J KELLY 1 Regal Grove Calderhead View, Dykehead, Shotts ML7 4PD 01501-821675
170 St Fillians Rd, St Marys,
43 Kenwood Lane (off
D LUMSDEN (Snr) 89 Ralston
Poplar Place, Oakbank,
42 Garsdale Close, Bearcross, 01202 582059 / 07814 597894
01202 582059 / 07814 597894
23 Kelvinway, Hayston, Kirkintilloch,
69 Muirhouse Avenue, Newmains Wishaw
J McGLINCHEY 45 Lochside, Gartcosh G69 8DH 2002
43 Drysdale Avenue, Whitburn, West
15 Urquhart Street,
J T MORTON
M G NEHME
D NORTON 18 watts Way, Long Buckby, Northants - 1994
H PARRY 16 Maes Maethlu, Llanfaethlu, Holyhead Angelesy -2005
6 Peel Close Ducklington, Oxon OX8 7 YB 01993-776159
Aarschotbaan,21 B2580 Putte,
126 Lansdowne Cres, Stanwix,
M J PROSSER
R PURDIE 47 Grovehill, Kelso, Roxburghshire TD5 7AR 01573-223846
Rd, Carluke ,
Tel no. 01792 541024
Tel no. 01792 541024
C H ROBINSON 37 Roborough Green, Thurnby Lodge, Leicester LE5 2NB - 1996 01162-434436
A L ROBSON
Gilsand, Tel no. 01697 747333
Tel no. 01697 747333
A RODGER 26 Aulton Terrace, Ashill, By Larkhall ML9 3AG - 2006
via Repubblica 15, 40013 Castelmaggoire,
F SANDERSON - 2007
C A SMITH
61 Eastmead Ave, Geenford,
H SNOEREN Jan.v.Eyckhof 3 4907 M A Oosterhout Holland-1998 0031 162 426682
A STEVENS Buckinghamshire - 2006
19 Striven Cres, Wishaw, Mid
D TANNER Clovelly Hazel Rd Ashgreen Aldershot GU12 6HR-1999 01252-313683
R C TAYLOR 19 St Michaels Close, Shipton under Wychwood, Oxon 2004 Tel no. 01993 831167
51 Edward Rd, Farnham,
G VAUGHAN 6 Berwyn Drive, Heswall, Wirral, Merseyside CH61 6UD. 01513 426796, firstname.lastname@example.org - 2010
W Van DESSEL
Hoevenstraat 5, 2230 Ramsel
Cransbill Rd, Selly Oak,
East Cottage, Hospital Farm,
J WILLIAMS 17 Llwyn Beuno, Bontnewydd, Carnarfen, Gwynedd 01586 675410
Judging engagements should be confirmed in writing.
Revised April 11
GREEN CINNAMON & WHITE FFCC 2007
Best Fife G.F. Hook
Best Champion G.F. Hook
2nd Best Champion K & S. Theuinger
3rd Best Champion K & S. Theusinger
Best Cinnamon G. F. Lock
Best Novice J. Thomas
2nd Best Novice J. Thomas
3rd Best Novice J. Thomas
Best Champion Mr P. Dyer
2nd Best Champion G. Spencer
3rd Best Champion R. Evans
4t Best Champion R. Pratt
5th Best Champion J. Oram
6th Best Champion J. & R. Weaire
7th Best Champion G. Spencer
Best Ch Flighted R. & S. Fox
Best Novice J. Nickolson
2nd Best Novice B. Leggett
3rd Best Novice B. Leggett
4t Best Novice M. Bowles
5th Best Novice C. Dyte
6th Best Novice R. & J. Martin
7th Best Novice M. Bowles
Best Nov Flighted ****
886 Fifes Benched
Southern Counties FFCC 2007
Best Champion Godsell & Carline
2nd Best Champion Smith & Evans
Best Champion Clear or Ticked L. Russell
Best Champion Lightly Variegated Godsell & Carline
Best Champion Heavily Variegated Smith & Evans
Best Champion Self or Foul Green K. Roberts
Best Champion Cinnamon Gillott & Clark
Best Champion Allied White ( Inc Fawn ) A. Guppy
Best Champion Flighted L. Russell
Best Novice B. Leggett
2nd Best Novice M. Bowles
Best Novice Clear or Ticked B. Leggett
Best Novice Lightly Variegated M. Bowles
Best Novice Heavily Variegated R. E. Yates
Best Novice Self or Foul Green W. Gammon
Best Novice Cinnamon J. Harris
Best Novice Allied White ( Inc Fawn ) T. Edwards
Best Novice Flighted J. Nickolson
Best Opp Sex G. Spencer
Best Champion G. Spencer
Best Champion Clear or Ticked G. Spencer
Best Champion Lightly Variegated G. Spencer
Best Champion Heavily Variegated G. Spencer
Best Champion Self or Foul Green G. Spencer
Best Champion Cinnamon K. Burke
Best Champion Allied White ( Inc Fawn ) McEwan/McGlinchey
Best Champion Flighted McEwan/McGlinchey
Best Novice C. & L. Thomas
Best Novice Clear or Ticked R. Gilmour
Best Novice Lightly Variegated Mr & Mrs Paterson
Best Novice Heavily Variegated D. & S. Green
Best Novice Self or Foul Green C. & L. Thomas
Best Novice Cinnamon P. & P. Wood
Best Novice Allied White (
Inc Fawn )
Best Novice Flighted C. & L. Thomas
North West FFCC 2007
Best Champion Rob Roy Fifes
2nd Best Champion A. Garvey
3rd Best Champion Rob Roy Fifes
4th Best Champion Clarke & Gillott
5th Best Champion J. Hughes
6th Best Champion Clarke & Gillott
7th Best Champion Clarke & Gillott
Best Novice C. & A. Vaughan
2nd Best Novice W. Gammon
3rd Best Novice P. & P. Wood
4th Best Novice C. & A. Vaughan
5th Best Novice C. Dyte
6th Best Novice C. & A. Vaughan
7th Best Novice B. Tunnicliffe
Best Champion Clear or Ticked A. Garvey
Best Champion Lightly Variegated Clarke & Gillott
Best Champion Heavily
Best Champion Self or Foul Green R. Kaye
Best Champion Self Cinnamon Clarke & Gillott
Best Champion Variegated Cinnamon Clarke & Gillott
Best Champion Allied White ( Inc Fawn ) E.D. Graham
Best Novice Clear or Ticked C. & G. Vaughan
Best Novice Lightly Variegated B. Tunnicliffe
Best Novice Heavily Variegated C. Dyte
Best Novice Self or Foul Green C. & G. Vaughan
Best Novice Self Cinnamon C. & G. Vaughan
Best Novice Variegated Cinnamon W. Gammon
Best Novice Allied White ( Inc Fawn ) C. Dyte
Best Champion Smith & Evans
Ru-Up Best Champion J. Watkins
Best Champion Clear or Ticked Smith & Evans
Best Champion Lightly Variegated Smith & Evans
Best Champion Heavily Variegated Smith & Evans
Best Champion Self or Foul Green J. Watkins
Best Champion Var/H.Var Cinnamon G. J. Shenton
Best Champion Self Cinnamon Smith & Evans
Best Champion Allied White ( Inc Fawn ) J. Watkins
Best Flighted Cock T. W. Davies
Best Flighted Hen T. W. Davies
Best Novice Mark Jones
Ru-Up Best Novice Mark Jones
Best Novice Clear or Ticked Mark Jones
Best Novice Lightly Variegated Mark Jones
Best Novice Heavily Variegated Mark Jones
Best Novice Self or Foul Green Mark Jones
Best Novice Var/H.Var Cinnamon J. J. Harris
Best Novice Self Cinnamon J. J. Harris
Best Novice Allied White ( Inc Fawn ) Mark Jones
Best Junior J. Scott
2nd Best Junior J. Scott
3rd Best Junior J. Scott
North Wales FFCC
& Cornwall FFCC
Northhumberland & Durham FFCC
Southern England FFCC
West Of Scotland Fife Fancy Canary Club Show Results 750 Birds
North of England FFCC
Best in Show G. Spencer
Best Champion Clear
Best Champion Foul Green & Stillie
Best Champion Cinnamon M. Barnet
Best Champion White Allied G. Spencer
Best Novice R. Shaw
Best Novice Clear
Best Novice Foul P. Herd
Best Novice Cinnamon B. Leggett
Best Novice White Allied R & J. Martin
Best Junior S. Hembry
2nd Best Junior S. Hembry
East Anglian FFCC
Best Fife in Show Delaney & Forwood
Best Champion Hembry & Whates
2nd Best Champion Colin Hart
3rd Best Champion Colin Hart
Best Champion Clear R. Knowles
Best Champion Variegated M & P. Major
Best Champion TPD Colin Hart
Best champion Cinnamon Clark & Gillott
Best Champion White Allied Hembry & Whates
Best Novice Delaney & Forwood
2nd Best Novice B. Leggett
3rd Best Novice B. Leggett
Best Novice Clear K. Peck
Best Novice Variegated B. Leggett
Best Novice TPD B. Abbott
Best Novice Cinnamon Delaney & Forwood
Best Novice White Allied B. Leggett
West Wales Fife Fancy Canary
Northumberland & Durham F.F.C.C.
Best In Show: Clarke and Gillott
West Wales F.F.C.C.
Best Fife In Show
Fife Fancy C.C.
Best Fife and Best Champion
Reserve Best Allied White
North of England F.F.C.C.
Best Fife Canary In Show
J I Ross
Best Self Green
Smith & Evans
Best Ticked to 10% Lightly Variegated
Mr M Limrick, Mr J Murray, Mr C Adams
East of England F.F.C.C.
North Wales F.F.C.C.
Best Fife in Show
McEwen & McGlinchie
Best Champion Clear
Cornwall & Devon F.F.C.C.
BEST FIFE/BEST CHAMPION - MANN & SIBLEY (BEST VARIEGATED
- YELLOW HEN)
BEST NOVICE - MRS P WHITE (BEST CINNAMON - VARIEGATED YELLOW
Southern Counties F.F.C.C.
BEST FIFE IN SHOW Mark Jones
BEST CHAMP CLEAR
PURDIE & LESLIE
North West F.F.C.C
BEST FIFE IN SHOW
2nd BEST CHAMPION
5th BEST NOVICE
Southern England FFCC
Fife, Best Champion & Best Champion u/f B Leggett (green