Report JSSUK at the FBL show - Sept 19th 2004

Below are the full results and a few pictures of some of the winners at the September 19th FBL show. An impressive total of 80 Java's were benched.

The award for Best Adult Java went to a Silver benched by B. Rudling which was also adjudged the Best Java in the show.

The 2nd Best Java was awarded to white adult exhibited by J.Charlesworth.
A Fawn benched by D.M.Brown was awarded Best Current Year Owner Bred Java and was also 3rd Java in the show.

Other winners were: JSSUK members in blue bold.

 
 
Adult Normal
1. J. Charlesworth
2. J. Charlesworth
3. S. Nesbitt
Adult Silver
1. B.Rudling
2. A.Sinden
3. A.Sinden
Adult Fawn
1. S. Nesbitt
2. D.M. Brown
3. T. Mulford
Adult White
1. J. Charlesworth
2. J. Charlesworth
3. T. Broderick
Adult Pied
1. T.Broderick
2. T.Broderick
3. J.Charlesworth
Adult A.O.C
1. B.Rudling
2. D.M. Brown
3. Gladwin & Heard
Adult Pairs
1. T.Broderick
2. T.Broderick
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CYOB Normal
1. J.E.Lilley
2. A.Sinden
3. S.Nesbitt
CYOB Silver
1. D.M.Brown
2. B.Rudling
3. Gladwin & Heard
CYOB Fawn
1. D.M.Brown
2. S.Nesbitt
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CYOB White
1. A.Sinden
2. A.Sinden
3. T.Mulford
CYOB Pied
1. B.Rudling
2. T.Mulford
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CYOB A.O.C
1. B.Rudling
2. Gladwin & Heard
3. D.M.Brown
CYOB Pairs
1. Gladwin & Heard
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Please see a selection of photographs from the first JSSUK /FBL show below.


Overall winner was Brian Rudling's Silver Java Sparrow.


Steve Nesbitt's Adult Fawn


John Lilley's CYOB Normal


Tom Broderick's Adult Pair of Whites


Tony Gladwin & Paul Heard's
CYOB Pair of Creams



Dave Brown's CYOB Fawn



Dave Brown's CYOB Silver
Below a few photographs of the large selection of Java's exhibited.




 
 
       
 
Results and photographs from the first ever JSSUK members
show held on the 5th of September 2004 can be seen below.


First ever JSSUK members show results and pictures.

Below are the full results and a few pictures of some of the winners at the September 5th members show. A total of 46 birds were entered by 8 exhibitors.

A very nice Silver benched by Frank Carter from the West Midlands was awarded Best Current Year Owner Bred Java and this fine exhibit also went on to become the overall Best in Show.

The award for Best Adult Java went to a very well presented Normal benched by Steve Nesbitt from Lincolnshire.

Best Juvenile Exhibit was awarded to Miss Luanna Elliott.

Results
Adult Normal
1. S.Nesbitt
2. S.Nesbitt
3. P.Thompson
Adult Silver
1. Gladwin & Heard
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Adult Fawn
1. P.Thompson
2. S.Nesbitt
3. T.Mulford
Adult White
1. S & J.Russell
2. D.Pover
3. T.Mulford
Adult A.O.C.
1. Gladwin & Heard
2. P.Thompson
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Adult Pairs
1. Gladwin & Heard
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CYOB Normal
1. S.Nesbitt
2. S.Nesbitt
3. P.Thompson
CYOB Silver
1. F. Carter
2. P.Thompson
3. Gladwin & Heard
CYOB Fawn
1. F. Carter
2. S.Nesbitt
3. P.Thompson
CYOB White
1. T.Mulford
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CYOB Pied
1. T.Mulford
2. T.Mulford
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CYOB A.O.C.
1. P.Thompson
2. P.Thompson
3. Gladwin & Heard
CYOB Pairs
1. Gladwin & Heard
2. T.Mulford
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Please see a selection of photographs from the first JSSUK members show below.


"Best in Show" was the excellent
CYOB Silver benched by Frank Carter


Above, Frank receiving the JSSUK
"Pat Gregory Memorial" -
"Best Java Sparrow in Show" trophy.


Steve Nesbitt receiving the award
for "Best Adult in Show"


Above, Steve's 2003 Normal that
won the "Best Adult Normal"
and "Best Adult in Show" awards.


Again, Frank's excellent
"Best CYOB in Show" exhibit.



Frank Carter getting the "Best
Current Year Owner Bred " trophy.



Above Tony Mulford receiving one
of his two trophies on the day for
"Best CYOB Pied" and "CYOB White"


JSSUK partnership John & Shaun
Russell benched the "Best Adult White".


JSSUK Show Secretary Phil Thompson
was awarded "Best Adult Fawn" &
"Best CYOB Any Other Colour".


The Tony Gladwin & Paul Heard partnership
benched both the "Best Adult
Any Other Colour" & "Adult Pairs"
along with the "Best CYOB pairs".


Frank Carter's "CYOB Fawn".


Tony Mulford's "Best CYOB White"


"Best CYOB pair" benched by
Tony Gladwin & Paul Heard.


Judge on the day was John Robinson.