Lady 100 - photo courtesy of Chris Sutton
Micky & Sally Watts
Micky Watts of Southminster took first open and first east section with a four year old on 1501mpm over 338km. Micky's winner was a Vandenabeele hen bred from M and D Evans stock. It was sent to the race having just paired up to a new cock.
T Buckfield of Hockley was second open and second east section with a yearling on 1498mpm over 326km.
Third open and third east section was won by John Cowlin of Hullbridge with a two year old on 1494mpm over 326km. John timed a Formula One Fans Zwols hen, the sire of which was Prince Rekkem. The dam was Dreamy, a daughter of Amor when paired to Dream Girl 200.
Gibbs, Chaplin & White
Gibbs, Chaplin and White of Basildon timed a two year old on 1492mpm over 315km to take fourth open and fourth east section. The partners timed a Herman Ceusters x Willy Stanaert hen sent sitting eggs.
A Hammond and Son of Burnham on Sea were fifth open and fifth east section with a three year old on 1478mpm over a distance of 336km.
Ken Wise of Isleworth was sixth open and first centre section with a yearling on 1472mpm over 269km.
Dave & Gary Heywood - photo courtesy of Chris Sutton
D Heywood and Son of Laindon clocked a yearling on 1463mpm over 314km to take seventh open and sixth east section. Dave and Gary timed a great grand-daughter of The Blue Laureat from JPS Lofts. Their winner is a sister to their national winner, Celebration.
Frank Aloisio of Canvey Island was eighth open and seventh east section with a yearling on 1454.8mpm over 315km. Frank clocked a Busschaert hen that had been raced on the north and then turned south.
Ninth open and eighth east section was a two year old on 1454mpm over 301km for Neil Emberson of Chatham. Neil clocked a Van Reet hen bred from his father's family of pigeons and closely related to his national winner, Ellie.
Completing the top ten and in ninth east section is P Jackson and Son from Bromley with a two year old on 1447mpm over 282km. Lee timed a direct daughter of Black Jack, the partner's ace racer when paired to a full sister to their previous Guernsey winner. These pigeons are bred dwon from Jos Thoné's Sars.
Around the sections
T and J Gunn of Rottingdean were second centre section with a yearling on 1425mpm over 269km.
D Deveson of Newhaven was third centre section on 1419mpm over 237km.
John & David Staddon
John and David Staddon of Shepton Mallett were first west section and one hundred and thirteenth open with a yearling on 1133mpm over 186km. The Staddons had two hens drop together, both bred from their Mark Gilbert stock pigeons, in fact the two are sisters. The sire is a grandson of Southfield Supreme, Drum, Gerrie and Lazergun. The dam is a daughter of their Gilbert Miracle Pair.
Mr and Mrs Hodges of Templecombe clocked a two year old on 1107mpm over 171km to take second west section. Gary and Prilly clocked a Roger Lowe x Mark Gilbert hen raced on the jealousy system.
Clive & Jill Rogers & Neil Sales
Clive and Jill Rogers and Neil Sales were third west section with a yearling on 1085mpm over 202km. The partner's timer is a chequer hen bred from a cock purchased from Terry Preddy of High Littleton. The dam was purchased from Ray Strawbridge and comes from his old Padfield Family bloodlines.
R Holmes of Low Fulney clocked a two year old on 1301mpm over 403km to take first north-centre section and firty-ninth open. Dudley timed a direct daughter of his BICC Le Mans winner when paired to a daughter of third open Midlands National and first section North Road Championship Club winner.
T Head of Willington was second north-centre section with a two year old on 1296mpm over 331km.
Clive Brown of Alconbury was third north-centre section with a two year old on 1289mpm over a distance of 357km. Clive timed the same Jan Aarden hen that was first section for him from Le Mans last season.
D Downing of Suffolk was first north-east section and twentieth open with a yearling on 1404mpm over 370km. The section winner was a Hardy Kruger hen bred from stock obtained from Premier Stud.
Graham Seaman of Dickleburgh was second north-east section with a two year old on 1366mpm over 414km. Graham timed Eve, bred for him by Trevor Booth of Lincolnshire. The sire is Adam, a half-brother to Marcel Sangers' Young Gun. The dam was bred down from Verbart 46 and Magnum Force.
Gary & John Hunt
G and J Hunt of Norwich were third north-east section on 1333mpm over 418km. John clocked a Gabby Vandenabeelke hen bred through Mick Bundy's Eisenhower x One bloodlines.
John Rodway of Rushwick was first north-west section and one hundred and second open with a two year old on 1177mpm over 299km. John timed a blue chequer hen on its first race of the season and sent flying to the perch.
Ray Scriven of Alveley clocked a three year old on 1145mpm over 331km to take second north-west section.
Nigel Matthews of Bridgnorth was third north-west section with a two year old on 1129mpm over 330km.
That concludes the report on the provisional result of the British International Championship Club any age race from Guernsey.