1st and 2nd Amalgamation for Clark brothers YB NAT Well done

WDA £11 X Rings 2021

Once again Brian will be running the X ring scheme.over the past couple of years this has giving the wda members a great opportunity to fly for excellent prize money in the young Bird programme 2020 season saw a total of just over £2,400 paid out with £600 each race split into 3 prizes 4 races in total.£11 x rings take effect once all young birds are liberated together this will be decided once race programme is sorted out in the event that more rings are sold then this could be spread over 5 races their is a limited amount of rings available.any one interested please put your order into yo

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UPDATED LIST SOLD OUT AND THATS IT I THINK I HAVE EVERYONE ON FROM LAST YEAR NOW ... Missed 8 partnership names from last year all paid in 1 block adding them now...

WDA 2020 TROHY WINNERS

DOWNS/DOLOGHAN TROPHY - MOST POINTS OVERALL - A. HAWTHORN 570PTS

SHEPHERD TROPHY - MOST CHANNEL POINTS - HODGSON,SON&COWIE 199PTS

GENERAL CHAMPION - D LAMB - AVERAGE VELOCITY OVER ALL WDA RACES - 1345.14

BEST OVERALL BIRD - Mr & Mrs JONES - 190 PTS

BOBS TOP 20 OLD BIRD - WADE BROS - 32 PTS

BOBS TOP 20 YOUNG BIRDS - A HAWTHORN - 28 PTS

MAIDSTONE 1 O/B
J McKENNA TROHY - A HAWTHORN
COAL BOARD TROHY - A HAWTHORN
LIZZY RIGBY TROPHY - 2 BIRD AVERAGE - Mr & Mrs JONES

Vale of derwent breeder buyer

aly donated £250 for the top 3 birds for the racing season 2020 birds bought in the 2019 b/b i asked aly alan todd and vince taylor and hear is what the came up with

1st fantarrow and green breeder danny jennings

2020 gb a 18817 1st club 265 b 2nd fed 1028 b

7th club 210 b 1st club 78 b 6th fed 366 b

54th wda 2734 b £125 split 50/50 b/b

2nd stobbs brothers / stobbs brothers 20x1079

2nd club 402 b 28th fed 1391 b

3rd club 137 b 6th fed 1112 b

8th club 186 b 12th fed 684 b

£75 split b/b

Mission Impossible 2

May I on behalf of all the genuine members of the WDA say a big thank you to Alan Brown for the tremendous amount of time, work and effort he's put in during his time as President of the WDA. A lot of unseen and at times a lot of unthankful effort to ensure that we had some sort of racing in this very unprecedented year (may I also add this also includes Brian, Peter, Dan and all concerned that we were able to race this year).

Mission impossible.

After the most traumatic pigeon season on record we now lose our president.
It didn't look like we would race at all.
Thanks to Alan and Brians efforts we have had a far better season than we could have hoped for.
The majority of our members appreciate the efforts made by our officials.
May I offer my personal thanks to Alan, Brian, Peter and helpers for their hard work and efforts.
My Mission Impossible comment is back to the old saying about keeping people happy!!!.

WDA REQUIRE A NEW PRESIDENT FOR 2021

I would like to inform everyone that I will not be standing for re-election at the 2021 AGM
I have become totally disillusioned with the attitude of a small minority of members when everyone is trying their best for them .
I have been called an idiot,waste of space, accused of organising a farce as well as been told I don’t know what I am doing .
Along with Brian I have spent hundreds of hours a year trying to improve the WDA as well as working through this season to get some racing,in unprecedented i times due to COVID 19

WDA Annual Meeting Proposals for 2021

Just a reminder that proposals for agm are required by 30th October, also remind you that all changes by the emergency committee which were made to get racing started can be changed to suit members wishes
Not sure yet how we will be able to hold a meeting but restrictions might change by then

Alan Brown

WDA Presentation Night 2020

Sadly due to present regulations there is no other option than to cancel this year’s presentation night

I have been in regular contact with Shildon Civic Hall and until the recent change in COVID regulations we were hoping to go ahead with reduced numbers ,however this is now not possible

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