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(18/09/2019) The National Flying Club young bird and old hen race from Coutances 2019

The final race of the 2019 season for the National Flying Club took place from Coutances on the 7th of September when 395 members sent 3246 young birds and 195 members also raced 915 old hens. The birds were liberated at 7:00am in a light north west with a more westerly wind in the channel veering NNW further into the country, they cleared immediately and true to form the first birds to be verified were in the Portsmouth area.

(24/07/2019) A report on the National Flying Club race from Sigogne 2019

The fifth race of the season for the National Flying Club took place from Sigogne on the 21st July after a one day holdover. A total of 403 members sent 2,403 of their pigeons and the overall winner is Mike Hughes from Market Drayton in Shropshire.

(15/07/2019) Darren McFadden wins the National Flying Club race from Tarbes

The first place in National Flying Club Tarbes Grand National is the most coveted title in the UK pigeon sport without exception. It presents the biggest haul of silverware that can be won in any race in the country, accumulated in more than 100 years of the National Flying Club history.

(24/06/2019) Steve and Denise Wiggins (Basingstoke, UK) win the National Flying Club race from Cholet

Steve and Denise Wiggins from Basingstoke expected a five, to five and half hour fly for the birds to cover the 290 miles to their loft, so when their widowhood cock appeared from nowhere and flew straight into the loft at four hours forty four minutes they knew they had a good one.

(05/06/2019) A report on the National Flying Club race from Messac 2019

The second race of the season for the National Flying Club took place on the 1st of June from Messac, France. A total of 5128 pigeons were entered by 602 members from Scotland, Wales and England which were liberated at 7:15am into a clear blue sky and light south east wind.

(23/05/2019) The winner of the National Flying Club race from Fougères

The first race of the 2019 season for the National Flying Club took place on the 19th May after a one day holdover and as it unfolded it became one of the most challenging for a long time so early in the season. The overall winner was Phil Priddle from Southampton.

(20/06/2018) 英国索尔福德(Salford)的约翰.克里翰(John Crehan)凭借“孤胆勇士”(Solo Warrior)获得昂瑟尼全国赛冠军

629位鸽友上笼5160羽赛鸽参加全国竞翔俱乐部组织(National Flying Club)的昂瑟尼(Ancenis)全国赛,6月16日7:10参赛鸽放飞,冠军在飞行7小时20分钟40秒后打钟,冠军鸽来自被称为“曼彻斯特大师”(The Manchester Maestro)的约翰.克里翰。

(20/06/2018) John Crehan (Salford, UK) aka 'The Manchester Maestro' wins first national Ancenis with Solo Warrior - his single entry

Six hundred and twenty-nine members entered five thousand, one hundred and sixty pigeons into the National Flying Club race from Ancenis on 16th June 2018. They were liberated at 07.10CEST and the winner was clocked seven hours, twenty-nine minutes and forty-six seconds later at the Salford loft of John Crehan, also known as The Manchester Maestro.

(12/08/2017) A report on the National Flying Club race from Fougeres

The National Flying Club birds were brought back from Jarnac to Fougeres due to poor weather. They were liberated at 08.30CEST into clear skies and a westerly breeze. The following is a report on the provisional result based on members' verifications.

(20/07/2017) A report on the National Flying Club race from Tarbes on 2nd July 2017

The National Flying Club race from Tarbes was liberated on the 2nd July 2017 at 07.15CEST into a light south westerly wind. The birds cleared well and the wind was veering westerly over the channel and into the UK. The following is a report on the provisional result based on members' verifications.