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ISRF Points 2017

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Irish South Road Federation - Points 2017.

ISRF Points 2017

 

 

NOTE THE RESULTS PUBLISHED BELOW ARE DRAFT - PLEASE NOTIFY THE FED SECRETARY OF ANY CHANGES WITHIN 7 DAYS OF PUBLICATION - OCT 20th 2017.

ISRF Fancier, Club, Section and Bird points 2017:

You can download the full result here [pdf]

Section "Top 10" Race Results 2017:

SECTION C [pdf]

SECTION D [pdf]

SECTION F [pdf]

SECTION G [pdf]

SECTION N [pdf]

SECTION T [pdf]

 

 

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BRICON Clock report July 2017

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West of Scotland Championship Club will be racing from Ireland

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WEST OF SCOTLAND CHAMPIONSHIP CLUB

www.wscc.online

West of Scotland Championship Club will be racing from Ireland on the following dates :

10TH JUNE

ROSCREA

24TH JUNE

FERMOY

26TH AUGUST

MULLINGAR

 

 

For more info contact

Jim Savage (jim@wscc.online)

Or call 011 44 7799 640 711

 

 

 

 

 

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ISRF  AWARDS 2016

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RACE PROGRAMME 2017

 

 

 

 

 OLD BIRDS 

YOUNG BIRDS  

15TH APRIL

THURLES

15TH JULY

THURLES

22TH APRIL

TRAMORE

22TH JULY

THURLES

29ND APRI

MALLOW

29ST JULY

PILMORE BEACH

6TH MAY

CASTLETOWN

5TH  AUG

MALLOW

13TH MAY

DUNMANWAY

12TH AUG

CASTLETOWN

20RD MAY

BARLEYCOVE  OPEN

19ND AUG

 BARLEYCOVE OPEN

27TH MAY

PILMORE BEACH

26TH AUGS

THURLES

27TH MAY

TALBENNY  OPEN

26TH AUG

TALBENNY OPEN

3TH JUNE

CASTLETOWN

2TH SEPT

PILMORE BEACH

3TH JUNE

TALBENNY  OPEN

9TH SEP

MALLOW

10TH JUNE

PILMORE BEACH

16TH SEP

CASTLETOWN

10TH JUNE

PENZANCE OPEN

23TH SEP

DUNMANWAY OPEN

17TH JUNE

DUNMANWAY

 

 

17TH JUNE

PENZANCE  OPEN

 

 

23TH JUNE

ST. MALO  OPEN

 

 

24TH JUNE

DUNMANWAY

 

 

1TH JULY

BARLEYCOVE  OPEN

 

 

8TH JULY

PENZANCE  OPEN

 

 

COMBINE  RESULT  FROM  ST MALO FRANCE 2016

      MEMBERS SENT 1289 BIRDS 4377    
  COMB  FED             
FED POSIT POSIT WINNERS  CLUB VEL/min Awards 
NIPA 1 1 Ron Williamson   Newry 1119.58 Combine Trophy Pigeonlink sponsor
ISRF 2 1  MR & MRS HAYDEN Dublin North East 1114.775 500 euro Pigeonlink sponsorship 
EC 3 1 J Tyndall & Son Bray SE 1101.833 200 euro  IHUS Region sponsership
  COMBINE  FED             
FED POSITION POSITION NAME CLUB Ring Number MILES YEARDS VELOCIETY
NIPA 1 1 Ron Williamson   Newry GB15F 29356 432 416 1119.58
ISRF 2 1  MR & MRS HAYDEN Dublin North East IHU-15-S-059555 382 521 1114.775
EC 3 1 J Tyndall & Son Bray SE IHU 15 S 43474     1101.833
NIPA 4 2 S & Y Kane Newry GB14S 5658 429 1038 1099.08
NIPA 5 3 S & Y Kane Newry GB14C 36399 429 1038 1094.79
ISRF 6 2 SR-001334 J&C DELANEY Greenhills And District IHU-13-S-077823 380 1248 1093.926
NIPA 7 4 G & C Topley Laurelvale GB14D 39276 446 1345 1093.67
NIPA 8 5 H Cordner   Annaghmore GB15A 33290 452 192 1078.59
EC 9 2 D Ward Malahide & Dist IHU 15 S 18039     1045.128
NIPA 10 6 M Witherspoon   Larne GB14L 1894 465 1550 1044.35
EC 11 3 S Eglington Ballybrack IHU 13 S 47819     1043.428
EDC 12 1 R Strain & Son Millisle & District HPS       1028.497
NIPA 13 7 Grattan Bros   Eastway GB14R 1322 456 172 1025.81
NIPA 14 8 Capper Bros   Bondhill GB14B 2335 453 148 1025.17
EDC 15 2 J & R Young Portavogie       1018.575
NIPA 16 9 Ron Williamson   Bondhill GB14B 1817 105.07 45.84 1018.19
NIPA 17 10 Kevin Carolan   Coalisland GB12C 22154 461 1730 1016.49
ISRF 18 3 J SHEPPARD & MOTHER Northside And District IHU-15-S-001272 381 1056 1013.352
EC 19 4 R Matthews Ballybrack IHU 13 S 98166     1013.254
NIPA 20 11 A Darragh   Cullybackey GB14C 261 474 1363 1003.76
NIPA 21 12 S Ogle   Drumnavaddy GB13D 8013 441 421 1003.64
NIPA 22 13 J Waring & Son Lisburn GB13L 8450 449 841 1001.94
NIPA 23 14 Ian McCallum   Laurelvale GB14L 5985 446 385 1001.63
IHUNFC 24 1 J & J Caribini   Dublin IHU14S23523 381 108 1000.848
NIPA 25 15 R Topping & Son Lisburn GB14L 21531 448 341 992.73
NIPA 26 16 David Calvin   Bondhill GB14B 2687 451 118 987.82
NIPA 27 17 John Greenaway   Bondhill GB14R 2208 452 382 985.01
ISRF 28 4 G OREILLY Dublin North County IHU-14-S-076436 387 847 984.363
NIPA 29 18 G Hawthorne   Titanic Hps IHU15N 7571 37.52 34.8 980.54
NIPA 30 19 C & L Fryers Dromara GB13D 24664 435 974 976.98
NIPA 31 20 J & M Milliken Rasharkin GB14R 4119 37.52 43.4 965.17
UF 32 1 M Brown &Son          960
EC 33 5 P Branagan &S& Dtr Skerries IHU 15 S 70147     955.293
NIPA 34 21 W Livingstone   Ahoghill GB15A 7821 476 129 945.84
IHUNFC 35 2 E.E & S Kavanagh   Arklow IHU14S12671 348 1692 943.646
ISRF 36 5 G. DALY & SON Donnycarney BELG-14-BLANK-6120246 382 1515 942.074
UF 37 2 W Mosgrove & Son         935
EDC 38 3 G Adair Crossgar H P S       933.898
EC 39 6 G O'Reilly Malahide & Dist IHU 14 S 116295     929.554
NIPA 40 22 Hagan & Rowney  Portadown & Drumcree GB15P 11013 450 257 923.86
NIPA 41 23 Ian Donaghy   Derriaghy GB14D 14760 37.52 20.72 922.59
NIPA 42 24 J Hall & Son Harmony IHU15N 2594 37.52 29.58 917.73
EC 43 7 R Matthews Ballybrack IHU 15 S 99255     905.349
UF 44 3 J Ramsey &Son          903
NIPA 45 25 A Quinn   Armagh GB14A 8541 449 615 900.13
ISRF 46 6 JOE & JASON CARABINI East Wall And District IHU-13-S-140322 381 108 892.142
NIPA 47 26 Ron Williamson   Newry GB14S 74382 432 416 891.12
NIPA 48 27 K Murphy   Coalisland GB14C 13912 37.52 40.77 890.48
NIPA 49 28 Ron Williamson    Newry GB14S 74381 432 416 889.4
NIPA 50 29 Ron Williamson    Newry GB15S 37175 432 416 888.31
NIPA 51 30 O Jackson    Bondhill GB14H 48605 37.52 22.92 888.2
NIPA 52 31 W Corrigan    Loughgall GB15L 12509 37.52 22.92 885.2
IHUNFC 53 3 C & A & S Swindell Banbridge GB14A40666 438 244 879.408
NIPA 54 32 D C0Ulter    Glenavy GB14F 18476 449 1485 878.56
IHUNFC 55 4 P Lambert     Arklow IHU14S10902 349 959 873.697
NIPA 56 33 G Benson    Lisburn GB13L 8653 37.52 15.39 873.03
NIPA 57 34 Dowey Bros    Laurelvale GB15L 2087 445 1653 868.34
ISRF 58 7  DEREK CUMMINS Finglas RPC IHU-15-S-063394 384 1274 856.094
EC 59 8 D O'Toole Shankill IHU 14 S 86839     854.067
NIPA 60 35 J Brush    Banbridge GB14B 39693 441 500 847.71
UF 61 4 M Kelly &Son          843
EC 62 9 J & D Douglas Stillorgan GB 15 L 14801     839.157
EC 63 10 T&T Moorehouse&Gs Rathnew IHU 15 S 64574     837.514
UF 64 5 H Jennings & Sons         834
EC 65 11 D Roe Sallynoggin IHU 15 S 41197     829.857
NIPA 66 36 A Darragh    Cullybackey GB14C 202 474 1363 828.98
NIPA 67 37 Cooney Bros    Monaghan GB09E 34339 448 1279 823.14
EC 68 12 R Matthews Ballybrack IHU 13 S 110370     821.549
ISRF 69 8  M ROCHE Blanchardstown IHU-13-S-054787 392 564 818.792
EDC 70 4 D Croskery & Son Annsborough HPS       816.228
IHUNFC 71 5 P Swindell     Banbridge GB14A40614 438 249 809.513
NIPA 72 38 J Greenaway    Dromore GB14D 7311 443 1287 809.11
NIPA 73 39 B & M Gilmore  Doagh GB14D 2154 463 410 808.82
EC 74 13 V Black Boyne Valley IHU 15 S 29735     804.389
EDC 75 5 A Crawford Ballylesson HPS       790.161
IHUNFC 76 6 P Mc Cabe    Gorey IHU14S137317 338 1572 775.721
EC 77 14 S Eglington Ballybrack IHU 14 S 18000     771.201
UF 78 6 Calderwood & Waite          771
NIPA 79 40 P Boyd    Annaghmore GB13E 33479 37.52 22.92 763.58
EC 80 15 J Gleeson Stillorgan IHU 11 S 105912     762.609
NIPA 81 41 J McMaw    Carrick GB15C 7753 456 1574 759.09
NIPA 82 42 W & L Mc Caw Ballymoney GB14B 7486 493 285 756
EC 83 16 N & C Shiels Skerries GB 13 L 33242     755.17
IHUNFC 84 7 P Swindell     Banbridge GB13C48928 438 249 751.612
NIPA 85 43 D Dixon    Ballymoney GB13L 42889 484 1342 750.7
NIPA 86 44 G Benson    Lisburn GB13L 8672     744.14
NIPA 87 45 Ron Williamson    Newry GB14S 74319     739.37
NIPA 88 46 G Benson    Lisburn GB14L 21628     728.29
UF 89 7 Spence Bros           726
NIPA 90 47 C Duke & Sons Laurelvale GB15L 2139 446 124 724.01
NIPA 91 48 Kevin Carolan Coalisland GB14R 30988 461 1730 718.91
EDC 92 6 W Hayes & Son Ballynahinch HPS       712.475
NIPA 93 49 M & F Russell West End Dromore GB15S 52169 443 1342 708.39
NIPA 94 50 Allan Mc Donald  Portadown & Drumcree GB15P 11239 448 1253 699.43
NIPA 95 51 S Maginty   Ligoniel GB15L 26832 36.02 40.08 697.81
NIPA 96 52 R Bothwell   Beechpark GB14S 54816 449 566 694.33
NIPA 97 53 N Black & Son Dromara GB13D 24176 441 1169 693.21
IHUNFC 98 8 A Duffy     Wicklow IHU14S111587 354 4 692.117
NIPA 99 54 A McAteer & Sons Ballyholland GB13B 33648 431 347 685.42
IHUNFC 100 9 P Swindell     Banbridge GB15A46557 438 249 685.367
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ISRF  AWARDS 2016 & 2016 ISRF MINUTES 

IRISH SOUTH ROAD FEDERATION (Dublin) 

Pays out 35,000 euro in prize money and 33,000 euro in pools in  2016 and gets stronger and moves forward in 2017

 

President G Daly, Chairman T Henry Byrne,  Secretary  Michael Roche, Treasurer Willie Butler

The Irish South Road Federation (ISRF) was formed in 1968 and currently has approximately over 700 racing members/partnerships in 29 clubs. The federation covers an area from Wicklow to Monaghan, with the majority of the members located in the Dublin region

The weekly races have approx 6,000 to 11,000 birds competing in the inland races, and 2000 to 3000 approx birds competing in the 7 channel races. Depending on where the birds cross, they will fly between 60 and 100 miles approximately from England (the Irish Channel) and over 350 miles from France (St Malo) to Dublin.

The ISRF has three 40 foot transporters with a carrying capacity of nearly 15,000 birds at 20 birds per crate. Birds are also transported from other Irish clubs and federations that are outside the ISRF area and liberated by the ISRF at different race points (depending on the capacity of the transporters). They are charged a completive price, the Clubs and federations looking for this service must apply in writing to the ISRF committee for approval.

The ISRF committee do what they can to support the sport where possible. The Federation Members compete on a weekly basis from April to September from locations within Ireland, the United Kingdom, And France.

During the racing year there are 11 open races ,four from Barleycove (200 miles) , seven  channel races. 3 x Talbenny (130miles ) England, 3 x Penzance (240 miles) England and St Malo (370 miles) France, with a total prize money of €35,000 in 2016. There are six sections in the ISRF with weekly federation results.

The wind direction can vary for warm SW winds which generally give a winning velocity of 1400 to 1700 yards/min to cold  NE winds giving winning velocity’s 900 to 1300 yards/min.

 

The summary of minutes of the 2016 AGM are below

 

 

 

 

MINUTES OF THE IRISH SOUTH ROAD FEDERATION ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2016.

was held on Sunday 8 th January 2017 at 10.30am in the Clann na Gael g.a.a club Sean Moore road Ringsend Dublin 4.

MEMBERS PRESENT   147

A minutes silence was called for the deceased members by the chairman.

1              A summary of the 2015 minutes was given out to all the members that were present and they were passed.

2.            PRESIDENT’S/CHAIRMANS  REPORT, Henry Byrne

Last year was a very good year for the federation in particular the channel racing the members had good returns.

There was a few difficult race but generally the racing was very good.

Finances of the federation are very good

The transporters are still costing money with up grades

Secretary and treasurer did a great job last year.

 

Apology from Jimmy Roberts  (transporter manager) due to a death of his father (J Roberts) also a member of the ISRF and raced the birds for year .  

Jimmy Roberts is still prepared to go forward as transporter managers in 2017.

 

3.            SECRETARY’S REPORT Michael Roche

I want to thank the ISRF committee, the treasurer the chairman and the club secretaries for all their help in 2016.

I want to thank the conveyors & in particular the liberator (Henry Byrne )of the pigeons for the excellent job they did for you and ISRF this year.

The system of recruiting the conveyors seems to be still working well so far.

This was my second year as secretary and as far as I know I did not make any major mistakes this year but if I did they were not intentional and I hope I can improve on that in the further.

As much information was given to the ISRF members as possible through the year.

The  I S R F official web site http://www.isrf.ie

Has the

ISRF race program and calendar,

 Up dated rules,

 Weekly federation results which are up dated  every week.

List of clubs in ISRF

Contacts

Weather

INFO about the ISRF

Minutes of the ISRF committee meeting during the year

IHU 2016 ring lists

Videos of the liberation sites were put on the web site when required

A contact e mail on the web info@isrf.ie

 And phone number of the committee

 

The ISRF weekly running averages and averages were displayed this year for the first time on the ISRF web site in 2016..

A system of texting the full members every week was continued this year 25000 approx texts were sent out in 2016 informing the members when the birds were out.   As far as i know most fanciers are still happy with the texts.

The top 6 of each club results in the ISRF competing in the ISRF open races was text to the fed sectary for the first time on the day of the open races and as a result a more accurate result of the top 50 was text to the club secretaries on the day of the each open ISRF race.

A hard copy of the weekly fed results was giver out at the transporters each week.

The  open races were completed with pools most weeks  and a  hard copy was also given out at the transporters.

The committee meetings were kept to minimum, this year 4 committee meetings this year concerning the general operations of the ISRF.

The Treasure has given a breakdown of the open races this year again.

As fare as i know everything that was needed to be done was done by me as secretary.

 

LOOKING FORWARD  TO 2017

RESULTS

All going well it is proposed in 2017 to publish on the ISRF web site with the aid of the pigeonlink.com

on a weekly bases

The ISRF

section results

Weekly running averages for each section

Running averages  for each club in the ISRF 

So each members will be able to check his running averages every week in the ISRF results , section, and his club races on the ISRF web site.

It is also proposed to update the section diplomas with the members and birds competing in each section on a weekly bases.

To achieve this it will be necessary to tell all clubs that any club that does not furnish the weekly members and birds competing in their club race will not be accepted for the fed result.

Finances of the ISRF.

The main income for the federation is through the members ISRF fees and the bird age.

Prize money is approx 35000 euro  a year.

The membership is falling  we lost 50 members last year so a other source of income may be an idea eg ( a  yearly ISRF auction )  to subsidise the open races.

I wish the members and the ISRF committee the best in the coming season 2017.

 

4.            TREASURER’S REPORT Willie Butler

Thank the secretaries and treasurers for their help over the years and had no real problem with any one and I like to thank the auditors for their assistance.

The loss of members every year means we have to be very careful in how we spend money in the ISRF.

Looking at what is happing in the sport regarding the membership of other federations we are doing reasonably well.

 

5.            TRANSPORT MANAGER’S REPORT

The year went well this year and he wanted to thank G Daley for all the work he do and helping him every week.

6.            LIBERATOR’S REPORT

We had a good season on the channel and up the land and with a bit of luck with the weather hopefully we have a good year in 2017.

7.            AUDITORS’ REPORT E Fitzgerald, P Fagan,

The federation is going well compared to last year.

The cost of the open races is spending most of the ISRF member’s fees this year.

We lost 50 members this year and our membership is worrying and we had a Extra Penzance race also.

The new fans cost 10,000 euro and was the best investment we ever did .  I was in Pilmore Beach race point and you could not smell the birds in the transporters due to the air being pushed through the transporters by the fans.

It is nice to have money to cover any big expenditure the fed might have to pay for.

The federation need 60,000 euro of a float in my opinion.

There is always a possibility of the federation needing a new trailer if something happened to any of the existing ones.

E Fitzgerald went through the one of expenditures foe 2016 which came to 20,000 approx.

E F  said the treasurer did a excellent job this year after having a difficult year last year with the loss of this wife.

E F wished the members well for the new year.

8              Pro 2016 J O Brien Clondalkin.

The chairman said John did a great job in 2016 and was on the radio also about the racing pigeons.

J O Brien

The more people that promote the sport the better.

He felt there is a lot of stuff going on in the pigeon sport that young members are not interested in.

He felt there was a biased with some people against pigeons

He felt if you don’t have anything good to say about pigeons then don’t say anything.

A new approach was needed he felt to encourage non fanciers to take up the sport of racing pigeons to prevent the sport dying out over the next few years.

 

9              BALANCE SHEET

 A discussion took place on drug testing

It was stated that the South African testers was the only one that got positive test

It was also said the South African testers was not prepared to stand over the case in the North Ireland ?

It was also pointed out that the members were paying 10 euro in their fees to pay for drug testing

A query regarding the doe expenditure was raised

No expenditure on drug testing in 2016 was raised.

 

10.          ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR 2016

President  G Daly, Chairman. H Byrne, Senior Vice Chairman J Roberts, Junior Vice president S Read,  Secretary M Roche,  Treasurer Willie Butler, Assistant treasurer  L Darling , IHU Delegates S Read, A Meehan, Liberator  H Byrne, Transport managers S Read J Roberts, Auditors E Fitzgerald, P Fagan, P R O  J O Brian.

11           NEW MEMBERS OUT SIDE I.S.R.F RADIOUS

Trim club

David Moore

Jonathon Greaves

Fergal Healy

Newman and Thorpe

12.          NEW CLUB  NAVAN R.P.C.

Members  existing members of ISRF.

7 members

12a W BUTLER life member of ISRF        

 

RACE PROGRAMME 2017

 

 

 

 

 OLD BIRDS 

YOUNG BIRDS  

15TH APRIL

THURLES

15TH JULY

THURLES

22TH APRIL

TRAMORE

22TH JULY

THURLES

29ND APRI

MALLOW

29ST JULY

PILMORE BEACH

6TH MAY

CASTLETOWN

5TH  AUG

MALLOW

13TH MAY

DUNMANWAY

12TH AUG

CASTLETOWN

20RD MAY

BARLEYCOVE  OPEN

19ND AUG

 BARLEYCOVE OPEN

27TH MAY

PILMORE BEACH

26TH AUGS

THURLES

27TH MAY

TALBENNY  OPEN

26TH AUG

TALBENNY OPEN

3TH JUNE

CASTLETOWN

2TH SEPT

PILMORE BEACH

3TH JUNE

TALBENNY  OPEN

9TH SEP

MALLOW

10TH JUNE

PILMORE BEACH

16TH SEP

CASTLETOWN

10TH JUNE

PENZANCE OPEN

23TH SEP

DUNMANWAY OPEN

17TH JUNE

DUNMANWAY

 

 

17TH JUNE

PENZANCE  OPEN

 

 

23TH JUNE

ST. MALO  OPEN

 

 

24TH JUNE

DUNMANWAY

 

 

1TH JULY

BARLEYCOVE  OPEN

 

 

8TH JULY

PENZANCE  OPEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Motions  passed at 2016 ISRF AGM

DRUG TESTING

 

1 A minimum of 2 drug test per club per year and send 6 old bird and 6 young bird for drug test .

Spoil test to be redone.

 

TRANSPORTERS

 

2 A Slip of timber on wooden crates to stop crate doors from being pushed in. 

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GENERAL RUNNING OF THE ISRF

 

  3 A discussion took place regarding sections

  A vote too place regarding which section N Kildare , and Blanchardstown should be in.

The membership agreed that N Kildare will go to section C and Blanchardstown will go to section F.

PASSED

 

  1. ISRF Cheques must be cashed within 6 months of date of cheque.

Cheque not cashed will not be replaced and the fancier concerned will bear the loss of the value of the cheque. ISRF Committee. PASSED

 

 

 (4)    45. That there be federation awards for the following categories, results to be based on points scored in the top 100 positions each week. The points will range from 100 to 1 for the first 100 position regardless of the number of birds sent for all races .Best club, best fancier, champion old bird, champion young bird, champion channel bird, best fancier old bird racing, best fancier young bird racing, best fancier channel racing, best fancier open races, best fancier inland races. 2016 ISRF Committee. PASSED

 

  1. That all motions passed at an AGM be upheld Dodder Valley RPCC PASSED

 

6    That a full liberators and conveyors report made available for all Federation races Dodder Valley RPC

A discussion took place regarding the conveyers reports.

A discussion took place regarding the weekly race videos it was agreed they would be  put on the web sites

RACING

  1. The birds will be mixed on the transporters for the Open. Races. (north and south side birds on each side)  ISRF Committee. 

IRISH SOUTH ROAD FEDERATION

 PRESIDENT HENRY BYRNE    SECRETARY  MICHAEL ROCHE

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2016

 TO BE HELD ON SUNDAY 8 TH JANUARY 2017 AT 10.30AM IN THE CLANN NA GAEL G.A.A CLUB SEAN MOORE ROAD RINGSEND DUBLIN 4

AGENDA:

1.        MINUTES OF LAST AGM

2.        PRESIDENT’S REPORT

3.        SECRETARY’S REPORT

4.        TREASURER’S REPORT

5.        TRANSPORT MANAGER’S REPORT

6.        LIBERATOR’S REPORT

7.        AUDITORS’ REPORT

8       Pro 2016 J O Brien Clondalkin.

9          BALANCE SHEET

10.      ELECTION OF OFFICERS FOR 2016

11.     NEW CLUB  NAVAN R.P.C.

12       NEW MEMBERS OUT SIDE I.S.R.F RADIOUS

NAVAN R.P.C

C Kavanagh & Family,

          43 Boyne View ,

          Johnstown,

          Navan  

Trim club

David Moore

Castlerickard

Longwood,

Co. Meath.

 

Jonathon Greaves

Moyvalley,

Broadford.

Co. Kildare

 

Fergal Healy

oakstown

trim

Co. Meath

Lee Newman and Taylor Thorpe, racing as Newman and Thorpe

Proudstown

Tara

 Co. Meath

 

 

 

Motions  for 2016 ISRF AGM

DRUG TESTING

  1. A minimum of 2 drug tests for each club. Sarsfield RPC

TRANSPORTERS

  1. ALL BASKETS BE FITTED WIT METAL RINGS TO INSURE ALL BASKETS OPEN AT THE SAME TIME DUBLIN  NORTH  EAST R P C

GENERAL RUNNING OF THE ISRF

44. That the federation be divided into 7 section. All lofts to be allocated to a section by the federation committee. Fanciers who are outside the section their club is allocated to be assigned to a section that suits where they live. ISRF Committee.

New section  B

Clubs in section B are Blancahrdstown and N Kildare.  Fanciers in other clubs and live in the general area of the proposed boundary of section B will also be in section B. Section B covers the WEST /N west area of the ISRF radius.

Boundary of B section

North of Dublin Airport

West of  N1  (Belfast  Road)

North  N4  and  general area ( Sligo road )

South  of 1 mile  North of Lusk, Ashbourne and Dunshaughlin.

New boundary for T Section

1 mile  North of Lusk, Ashbourne and Dunshaughlin.

  1. ISRF Cheques must be cashed within 6 months of date of cheque.

Cheque not cashed will not be replaced and the fancier    concerned will bear the loss of the value of the cheque. ISRF Committee.

45. That there be federation awards for the following categories, results to be based on points scored in the top 100 positions each week. The points will range from 100 to 1 for the first 100 position regardless of the number of birds sent for all races .Best club, best fancier, champion old bird, champion young bird, champion channel bird, best fancier old bird racing, best fancier young bird racing, best fancier channel racing, best fancier open races, best fancier inland races. 2016 ISRF Committee.

  1. That all motions passed at an AGM be upheld Dodder Valley RPC
  2. The cost of the fed fees and weekly birdage (open races and club race) must be decided by the ISRF membership at a general meeting. Clondalkin R P C
  3. That race program be decided at AGM each year. Dublin  North  East R. P. C
  4.  That a full liberators and conveyors report made available for all Federation races Dodder Valley RPC

OPEN RACES

  1. That there be at least 2 conveyers be present on the trucks for all open races. Sarsfield RPC
  2. The price of open races be reduced. Dodder Valley RPC

3 The cost of the birdage for open races to be reduced as   follows . Clondalkin R P C

     Inland open races 1 euro per bird.

     Channel races 1.5 euro per bird.

     France  5 euro per bird.

      5 Marking stations to be brought back to Northside club for open races Northside.

      6 That the fed goes back to marking stations for Open races 2 each side of the city.         Sarsfield RPC

      7 That Marking stations be re-opened Dodder Valley RPC

 

RACING

62. That there be a 50 bird limit for all ISRF Old Bird races. That there be a 50 bird limit for ISRF Young Bird Open races only.( No bird limit on Y B weekly club races.)

  1. That the fed revert back to giving 24 hours notice for marking changes.  Sarsfield RPC
  2. The ISRF birds be liberated with the EDC or NIPA weather permitting and when possible on the channel races. Clondalkin R P C
  3. The birds will be mixed on the transporters for the Open. Races. (north and south side birds on each side)  ISRF Committee.
  4. Mix baskets on transporter, if there is more one transporter 50/50 on each transporter D N EAST R P C.
  5. Once a race program is agreed it should not be changed Dodder Valley R P C

 

                                              2016 ISRF AVERAGES

CHAMPION CLUB OB,YB, CHANNEL, COMBINESD  POINTS    SARSFIELD

COMBINED AVERAGES ALL FED RACES           MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

COMBINED AVERAGES  INLAND FED RACES    MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

OLD BIRD AVERAGES WINNER                          GERRY O MARA FAMILY

OLD  BIRD  INLAND AVERAGES WINNER           MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

YOUNG BIRD AVERAGES WINNER                    MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

YOUNG BIRD  INLAND AVERAGES WINNER       MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

CHANNEL RACES AVERAGES WINNER OPENS DEREK CUMMINS

OPEN RACES AVERAGES WINNER                   DEREK CUMMINS

MOST POINTS OLD BIRDS MR & MRS SEAN HUNT & FAMILY IHU-15- S-139003 POINTS 467

MOST POINTS YOUNG BIRDS MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

IHU-16- S-139070 POINTS 274

MOST POINTS CHANNEL BIRDS BOB ALLEN

IHU-14- S-074472 POINTS 186

OLD BIRD MERITORIOUS AWARD JOHN CLEARY

RED COCK IHU 14 S 22766

POSITIONS

TRAMORE. 23/4/16. 186TH ISRFED. 11,844 BIRDS.

PENZANCE. 11/6/16. 6TH SECT D. 18TH OPEN. 1955 BIRDS.

PENZANCE. 18/6/16. 1ST SECT D. 1ST OPEN. 1830 BIRDS.

YOUNG BIRD MERITORIOUS AWARD J & E SHANNON & FAMILY BLUE HEN IHU 16 S 143155

POSITIONS

1ST SECTION 3RD CASTLETOWN OPEN 5,000 BIRDS 20/8/16

2ND SECTION 8TH CASTLETOWN OPEN 4,000 BIRDS 23/9/16

BEST YOUNG FANCIER OF THE YEAR GAVIN DOYLE & FAMILY

POSITIONS

3 CLUB WINS AND 1ST OPEN O/B TALBENNY

 

SECTION AVERAGES WINNERS –COMBINED

SECTION C       MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

SECTION D           CURRAN & RUSH

SECTION F           C BRENNAN

SECTION G          JAMES  KELLY

SECTION N          GERRY O MARA FAMILY

SECTION T           ANTHONY KEEGAN

 

SECTION AVERAGES WINNERS – YOUNG  BIRD

 SECTION C       MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

SECTION D           CURRAN & RUSH

SECTION F           THOMAS MCLOUGHLIN & SON

SECTION G          BERMINGHAM & TYRELL

SECTION N          GERRY O MARA FAMILY

SECTION T           ANTHONY KEEGAN

SECTION AVERAGES WINNERS – OLD BIRD

SECTION C       MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY

SECTION D           CURRAN & RUSH

SECTION F           C BRENNAN

SECTION G          TREVOR & LAURA DOYLE

SECTION N          GERRY O MARA FAMILY

SECTION T           MR JOHN CALLAN

MOST POINTS OLD BIRDS

MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY      IHU-15-S-139003      POINTS  467

MOST POINTS  YOUNG  BIRDS

MR & MRS  SEAN HUNT & FAMILY  IHU-16-S-139070           POINTS     274

MOST POINTS  CHANNEL   BIRDS

BOB ALLEN                         IHU-14-S-074472     POINTS  186

OLD BIRD MERITORIOUS AWARD 

JOHN CLEARY RED COCK   IHU 14 S 22766

POSITIONS

TRAMORE. 23/4/16. 186TH ISRFED. 11,844 BIRDS.

PENZANCE. 11/6/16. 6TH SECT D. 18TH OPEN. 1955 BIRDS.

PENZANCE. 18/6/16. 1ST SECT D. 1ST OPEN. 1830 BIRDS.

YOUNG  BIRD MERITORIOUS AWARD 

J & E SHANNON & FAMILY BLUE HEN IHU 16 S 143155

POSITIONS

1ST SECTION 3RD CASTLETOWN OPEN 5,000 BIRDS 20/8/16

2ND SECTION 8TH CASTLETOWN OPEN 4,000 BIRDS 23/9/16

 

BEST YOUNG FANCIER OF THE YEAR GAVIN DOYLE & FAMILY

POSITIONS

3 CLUB WINS AND 1ST OPEN O/B TALBENNY

 

NOVICE OF THE YEAR 

 

 

 

 

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