Regional Fly Reports 2004








Scores will be posted as they are received
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Mountain West New England    

 

Australia East Coast

Judge David Graham

Name

Quality

  Depth    

Total  

Nick Tsoltoudis #2 1.6 1.6 209.92
Nick Tsoltoudis #1 1.4 1.3 202.02
Con Kouzoukas #2 1.5 1.4 191.1
Ishmail Haydar #2 1.4 1.5 130.2
Phil Gemelas #2 1.4 1.6 82.88
George Witenko 1.5 1.4 65.1
Ishmail Haydar #2 1.2 1.2 21.6
Con Kouzoukas #1     DQ
Jim Drakoulis #1     DQ
Jim Drakoulis #2     DQ
David Graham DNF   Not enough birds to compete
Ray Mckenzie DNF  Due to an in considerate neighbor birds had to be disposed of
Phil Gemelas #1 DNF Due to Falcon attacks team to spooked to fly
Mario Corral DNF  not enough birds to compete
Martin Wright DNF  not enough birds to compete

Australia South Coast

Judges Val Aquilina , Ken Howatt, and Brian Strong

Name

Quality

  Depth    

Total  

Paul Byrne 1.3 1.3 109.85
Brad Strong 1.3 1.3 76.05
Garry Fraser 1.3 1.3 52.39
Steve Lovitt 1.3 1.0 50.00
David Lister 1.3 1.2 43.31
Adrian Gasparini 1.0 1.0 14.3
Brian Strong 1.0 1.0 5
Rick Price 1.0 1.0 5
Brian Strong #2     0
Damir Dackovic     0
Richard Willey     0
Strati Panagiotakas     0
Steve Grancic     DQ
Val Aquilina     DQ
Ken Howard     DQ

Robert Filardo

    DNF
Jim Carauana     DNF

John Siotas

    DNF

Keven Giddins

    DNF
N. CA Central region Judge Dave Moseley 

We started bright and early the sun was out and had the makings of a good day first to fly was Scott Campbell. His birds went up and it look good till they started to lift, and did they lift he scored 2 breaks on the way up , and that was it , they just flew on one wing for the rest of the time  final score was 32.5 we seen some nice birds in the kit just never work together. 

Next to fly was Roy Edmonds, I was looking forward to Roy's as I knew he had done well with his birds before but we just got the same thing as we seen at Scott's they when high so fast and never got a chance to score them so no score for Roy , Sorry Roy. 

Then on to Jose Rivar had coffee and donuts then got his kit out. In this kit there was some nice individual birds but they was still tending to go high but enjoy the birds all the same with a final score of 15.6 

On to Kevin Naylor, his kit flew stiff and fast and again was to high and on one wing hence there was no score( but he was near a dairy farm and breed shit loads of fly's ) joke Kevin better luck next time
 
This took us to the end of the first day and we met some nice people along the way. Sunday the 1st of April we was all hoping for a better day again the sun was out and it was a nice day off we went to (Roy Edmonds) second team. But again the birds lifted and was on one wing  hence he scored 5 points.  

Back to  Scott Campbell's to fly his second team again much the same as before flying high and on one wing but did manage to score 16.5 

Off to Jack Meyers to fly his team on release one bird refused to go so we was off to a bad start but the kit held its height but was still going on one wing but did manage to score 10 points.
  
Then on to Bayani Banaal, up went the birds and again the same thing as before the birds were going on one wing but as all the other kits there was one or two nice birds in the team and finished with a score of 12.1. This ended the second day so we all went for a bite to eat and had a chat, thanks for the meal Bayani. 

The 2nd /05/ 04 up at I think it was 3 am for a 3 hour drive to John Lewis. His birds went up and to no surprise did the same on one wing and flying fast never really did much at all again no score sorry john hope you do better next year. 

Off to Joe Emberton, Joe put the birds up and they lifted he scored 13.2 but because of out birds he mist 2 breaks of 5 this may have put him in second place but Joe assured me that the birds never normally left the kit.
  
Off to Jim Bakkers,  he put the birds up but again a no score  by this time I think we all thought the same thing that the weather  was some thing to do with the way the birds was flying. 
Arrived at Aris Punla,  again the same as all the other kits they lifted and was seldom on work but he did manage to score  5 points. 

Off to Ruben Melendez, this kit did put a little work in but did not work as a team there for there was no score.( but one of the little buggers was a good shot with the shit because it got me on the head lol) Ruben got us something to eat before we moved on to the next one thanks Ruben. 

On to Henry Davis, Henrys birds did score a 5 but I think he needs to work on the kit to get it better keep trying Henry  

Off to Sid Love, this kit started well  but was very fast to get high some nice birds in it all the same he scored 7.8. 

Then to the home of Joe Martinez, up the birds went but was flying very fast and low on one wing they did get up but soon came down 2 birds down and a d/q sorry Joe nice place and the trike was nice hope your wife enjoys it. 

On to Bill Washington, Bill had 2 birds down in 5 minutes sorry Bill did see some good birds in this kit but he was d/q. 

Back to Jim Bakker's this kit did better for Jim but as the rest flew on one wing so did this kit but some nice birds all the same and he took second place with a score of 16.9.
Back to John lewis, John had no luck at all on this day his second kit landed and he was d/q. 
Back to fly Joe Emberton's second kit. He had 2 birds down in 16 minutes but did manage to get 5 points better luck next year Joe. 

We stopped at Joe's for the night and we all went for a meal, it was a very nice night with some good friends that we met here in the USA. 

Well the last day and one kit to go we had a nice drive to  Richard Nafzear. He lives in a real stunning place , we had a chat the he put the birds out. But he had 3 birds out the kit all the time and we was unable to score his kit but the was some nice birds in what we seen. 

Final Results
Scott Campbell    first with a score of    32.5
Jim Bakker       second with a score of   16.9
Scott Campbell third with a score of      16.5
Jose Rivar forth with a score of              15.6
Joe Emberton fifth with a score of         13.2
Bayani Banaal sixth with a score of      12.1
Jack Meyers seventh with a score of      10
Sid Love eighth  with a score of 7.8 
joint ninth was as listed
Roy Edmonds
Pula Aris all with a score of   5
Henry Davis
Joe Emberton 
Roy Edmonds
Kevin Naylor
John Lewis
Richard Nafzearz
Ruben Melendez 
the above had no score
  the above was d/q  

Please note that the scores on this fly was nothing to do with the quality. Of the bird I was watching , but more to do with the change in weather conditions, at some points it was reaching 97 degrees and it show on the birds the last time I saw this sort of thing was on the all off England fly 3 years ago we went 3 to 4 days with every kit doing the same thing as this, then the weather changed and we saw some different kits working . I'm disappointed that I never saw the full potential of the kits here in the states but I'm pleased I met the flyers her as they made me feel at home.
Id also like to thank Scott and Tammy for there hospitality and for showing use all the different places in your country thanks Scott and Tammy. Hope we can all get together again some time. yours Dave Moseley 

N. East England Judge Peter Harper

Name

Quality

  Depth    

Total  

D.Forster

1.5

1.3

468

P Foster

1.3

1.1

371.18

D Mclaughlin

1.3

1.2

162.24

A Milne

1.3

1.1

151.58

G Frost

1.3

 1.1

147.29

M Proudman

1.3

1.1

137.28

T Allison

1.2

 1.1

125.4

J Wanless

1.4

 1.2

120.96

J Boyle

1.2

1.1

84.48

P Lockwood

1.3

1.1

65.78

G Frost

1.3

1.1

28.6

A Milne

1.1

1.1

15.31

A Hopper

1.1

1.0

5.5

C Eddits

 

 

no score

P Robinson

 

 

no score

W Wilson

 

 

no score

H Armstrong

 

 

withdrawn

D Smith

 

 

withdrawn

D Smith

 

 

withdrawn

M Proudman

 

 

withdrawn

P Harper

 

 

judging

 
South Africa Region 2 Judge Riaan Kruger

Name

Quality

  Depth    

Total  

Jim Taylor #1 1.5 1.4 289.8
Frank Baker #2 1.4 1.4 276.36
Ben Van Heerden #1 1.4 1.4 225.4
Gert Du Pless #1 1.5 1.4 201.6
Johan Du Preez #2 1.4 1.4 141.12
Gawie Cilliers #1 1.3 1.3 128.44
Percy Pienaar #1 1.3 1.3 126.75
Johan Du Preez #1 1.3 1.4 121.94
Riaan Naude #1 1.2 1.2 106.56
Kenny Tommy #1 1.4 1.3 105.56
Gerrie Naude #1 1.2 1.2 100.8
Jan Knoetze #1 1.3 1.3 81.12
Hennie Wagener #2 1.2 1.2 72
Steve Naude #1 1.3 1.3 69.29
Hennie Wagener #1 1.2 1.2 67.68
Gawie Cilliers #2 1.2 1.2 59.04
Sean Cresswell #1 1.4 1.3 58.24
Eugene Sequera #1 1.3 1.3 50.7
Steve Naude #2 1.4 1.4 49
Trevor Michell #2 1.3 1.3 45.63
Trevor Michell #1 1.3 1.2 45.24
Mervin Keyser #1 1.2 1.2 44.64
Calman Grobler #1 1.3 1.2 39
Gert Du Pless #2 1.3 1.3 32.11
George Sokeneck #1 1.3 1.3 30.42
Jim Taylor #2 1.3 1.2 26.52
Andre Kriel #1 1.1 1.1 24.2
Brian Pretorius #1 1.2 1.2 17.28
Frank Dry #2 1.3 1.3 16.9
Peet Du Pless #1 1.2 1,2 14.4
Benny Pypers #1 1.4 1.4 11.76
Louis Loubser #1 1.3 1.3 8.45
Tommy Stickling #2 1.2 1.2 7.2
Frank Baker #1 1.2 1.2 7.2
Kobus Erasmus #1 1.2 1.1 6.6
Frank Dry #1    

0

Tommy Stickling #1     0
Calman Grobler #2     0
Piet Henning #1     0
George Sokeneck #2     0
Piet Henning #2     0
Peter Thenissin #1     DQ
Benny Pypers #2     0
Kenny Tommy #2     0
Eugene Sequera #2     0
Peter Thenissin #2     0
Brian Pretorius #2     0
Peet Du Pless #2     0
Riaan Naude #2     0
Jan Knoetze #2     0
Paul Erasmus #1     0
Johan Zietsman #1     0
Sean Cresswell #2     0
Percy Pienaar #2     0
Ben Van Heerden #2     0
Andre Kriel #2     0
Johan Zietsman #2     0
Paul Erasmus #2     0
Kobus Erasmus #2     0
Gerrie Naude #2     0

 

Holland Regional Judges: Rene Ottema, Heine Bijker  Henk Nijman.

Name

Kwaliteit

Diepte

Total  

Henk Nijman 1.4 1.37 247.22
Peter Goossens   1.26  1.26 93.12
Rene Ottema  1.27  1.27 70.36
Ronnie Schoemaker 1.33 1.3 53.54
Henk Voets 1.33 1.36 52.64
Jan Fleerakkers   1.2   1.26 51.40
Heine Bijker   1.2  1.23  50.14
  Niek Steggerda 1.2 1.2  45.82
Henri Smit  1.17 1.2 31.56
Gosse Keizer  1.2 1.1 27.81
Willem Hoogenberg   due to overfly, had not enough birds to fly
Gerrie Haarsma   rebuilding his loft
Ronald Jansen   had no time due to his work
Theo v. Dooren   his birds where sick
Piet Duinkerken   lost too many birds to fly

South Africa Region 1

 Judge Johnny Condarie

Name

Quality

  Depth    

Total  

J Conradie #1 1.5  1.5 508.5 
A Kruger #1 1.5 1.4  485.1
P Breedt #1 1.7 1.4 326.06
A.McKay #1 1.4 1.3 313.04
B.Subke #1 1.4  1.4 184.24 
D.Bosman #1 1.5 1.4 165.9
 E. Roscoe #1 1.4  1.3 161.98
B.Hoffman #1 1.5  1.4 161.7
H. du Preez #1 1.4 1.2 156.24
A. Jackson #1 1.4 1.4 154.84
C M Joubert #1 1.4  1.4 139.16
C M Joubert #2 1.4 1.4 135.24
 E. Roscoe #2 1.6 1.5 132
H Cloete #1 1.5  1.4 115.5
D du Toit #1 1.4   1.2 98.28
A Kruger #2 1.4 1.4  96.04
F Steenkamp #1 1.4 1.2 87.36
F Gouws #1 1.4  1.3 76.44
J v Tonder #2 1.4 1.3 76.44
M Fourie #1 1.4 1.3 69.16
T Oosthuizen #1 1.2   1.1 51.48
K Potgieter #1 1.3 1.3   43.94
A Seymour-Smith #1 1.3 1.3  42.25
B.Subke #2 1.3 1.2 39
E Kay #2 1.4 1.1 35.42
  A Gouws #1 1.4  1.4  25.45
Fde Beer #1 1.4 1.2 20.16
F Deysel #1 1.3 1.2 18.72
P Henry #1 1.1 1.1 18.15
R v d Merwe #1 1.2  1.2 17.28
Fde Beer #2   1.4   1.3 16.38
R v d Merwe #2 1.1 1.1 16
A Steenkamp #1 1.3 1.2 7.8
 F v Wyk #1 1.2 1.2  7.2
P Breedt #2 1.1 1.1 6.05
P Greef  #1       0
F Steenkamp #2     0 Kit never grouped 
D Bisschoff  #2     0     no kit for 20min
 S Gouws #1       0     no kit for 20min.
 S Gouws #2       0     no kit for 20min.
H. du Preez #2     DQ
A. Jackson #2     DQ
F Gouws #2     DQ
J v Tonder #1     DQ
 F v Wyk #2     DQ
P Greef #2      DQ
 J Nel  #1     DQ
 J Nel #2     DQ
  P de Klerk #1      DQ
  P de Klerk #2     DQ
R Germishuys #1   DQ        No kit for full time
D Bisschoff  #1   DQ at start as 2 birds settled before start of comp.
H Nagel #1    DQ      Two birds down
H Nagel #2     DNF
 M Samuels    DNF  Lost birds in overfly
B Swart    DNF any kits as he lost all his birds.
  J Roscoe       DNF 
J Conradie #2     DNF
A.McKay #2   DNF  Lost kit in overfly
D.Bosman #2     DNF
B.Hoffman #2   DNF  Lost kit to predators
H Cloete #2     DNF
D du Toit #2    DNF     Relocate his house
M Fourie #2     DNF
T Oosthuizen #2     DNF
K Potgieter #2     DNF
A Seymour-Smith #2     DNF
E Kay #1   DNF        15 of this kit was killed by a Spotted Genet
  A Gouws #2     DNF
 F Deysel #2     DNF
P Henry #2      DNF
A Steenkamp #2     DNF
R Germishuys #2      DNF

NOTHERN GAUTENG REGION S. Africa

JUDGE BUKS KNOETZE

Name

Quality

  Depth    

Total  

P. Joubert 1.4 1.4 388.08
B. Knoetze 1.5 1.3 126.75
H. van Rensburg 1.3 1.3 81.12
S. Smit 1.1 1.1 65.34
P. du Plessis 1.3 1.3 54.08
B. Oosthuizen 1.3 1.3 52.39
P. White 1.1 1.3 47.19
T. Borain 1.2 1.1 43.56
W. Fourie 1.0 1.1 39.6
P. du Plessis 1.2 1.2 38.88
C. Nel 1.5 1.5 38.25
Anton Horn 1.2 1.0 32.4
W. Verster 1.0 1.0 25
C. van Vuuren 1.1 1.2 22.44
M. de Beer 1.0 1.2 19.2
B. Mc Kenzie 1.3 1.3 16.9
Andre Horn 1.0 1.0 5
M. Bezuidenhout     0
M. Fernandez     0
A. de Beer     0
K. Stander     0
H. Kruger     0
I. van der Westhuizen     0
H. Rudman     0
S. Louw 1.1 1.1 DQ
V. Naidoo 1.1 1.1 DQ
J. Kruger 1.0 1.1 DQ
J. Green 1.0 1.0 DQ
G. Claasen 1.1 1.2 DQ
T. Claassen 1.1 1.1 DQ
C. Nel 1.5 1.5 DQ
Southeast Regional Judge John Castro

After some time away and recovery time I was again on the road with Regional Director, Don Simpson. It was great to be alive. To be in a wheelchair and still be able to judge again was a real shot in the gut. We left Anderson, South Carolina for Virginia on Friday with great expectations. By the way you may wonder why this is type written in caps. Well let me explain that my stroke took away the use of my left arm as my left side is in the recovery stage and I an doing the best I can with one finger (this report was re-typed by Steve Clayton, the original was all capital letters).

            We spent the night at Fred and Roxane Bennett’s home. After a good rest and great breakfast at the Bennet’s home we went out to judge the kit. This kit flew 7.51 minutes. There were two birds out of the kit the whole time. DQ

            Donnie Cox flew next at 8:50. Mr. Cox had a kit of 15 birds. One bird flew out much of the time, therefore only seven breaks counted. Q-1.0  D-1.0   Score: 36

            Elmore Wade was next to fly at 10am in the morning. He flew 20 birds that flew the time but got wond blown the entire fly time. Most of the time they were out of sight.  Q-1.3  D-1.2  Score: 23.4

            We then went to Wayne Yates’ home to fly his and Rocky’s birds. Sorry I don’t have Rocky’s last name but Rocky had been kind enough to feed everyone at his bachlor pad. By now the crowd had certainly increased. Free food and you may have many friends. Wayne flew a 20 bird kit. The birds flew well at a good height. It was breezy but nice. This kit had 16 breaks for the lead. The kit showed excellent kitting, good chemistry but frequently flew behind the trees. Q-1.1 D1.1  Score:101.64

            Following this kit, we went to fly Tyrone Seabron fly his birds. Tyrone only had 15 birds to fly. He turned his team out and two birds flew lower than the kit. They scored one time but flew 18.10 minutes. Q-1.0  D-1.0  Score: 5

            Now it was time for Don and I to head to North Carolina. We expressed our thanks and good byes and hit the road again. Very nice group of guys in Virginia. Joe Barnes wwas scheduled to fly but he had some family illness come up. Don and I found Wendle Carter’s lofts and told him we would be there at 7am to judge his kit of rollers. Right on time we drove in his driveway. Sad to say Wendle did his part but his birds were not ready for this competition. The birds flew 20 minutes but did not score a turn.

            The young buck of North Carolina, Jay Yandle flew at 8am. Sharp and the kit responded well. He flew 20 birds and they had 11 good turns. This young man will be tough in the near future. The birds flew 20 minutes. Q-1.3  D-1.3  Score: 103.09 and the lead in the region.

            At 9:30am Toby Brady put up a pretty good kit of 20 birds. This kit had 14 turns and were flying well until they got tired and hot. Sad to say as good as they did, they were a DQ in 14:08 minutes. They would have been in the lead as they had scored enough at the time. DQ

            We arrived around 1pm and at 1:15 the best in the sport, Greg Truesdale, put his tired kit in the air. Greg had flown in the burn off on Saturday and agreed to fly in the World Cup Fly on Sunday. He put up 19 birds and hoped for the best. Greg’s kit had two birds out from the get go but the kit was DQ in 11:13 minutes flown. The kit had a two minute time out. Sorry to see that happen to a good sport like Greg Truesdale.

            O J Hood was scheduled to fly but the hawks had culled his kit down bad and he was unable to fly. Sorry OJ, I was looking forward to seeing your birds in the air.

            Joe Bob Stuka was ready to fly. He knew he would have to fly in the heat and he put his 20 bird “A” team in the sky. The birds went up, up and away. At the 18:52 mark he put up his “B” kit and gave up his low score. This kit did well for themselves although they were not judged.

            3:30pm was not the best draw that same day we arrived back in Anderson at the Simpson loft. At 7:30pm and wanting to see his own birds fly, Don put up his “A” kit in the sky. Much to our surprise we saw turn after turn. I stood there with my mouth wide open. After 20 minutes the kit landed and went in. Don then took a chance and let out the “B” kit. This kit went up and began to turn even more than the first kit. I watched as Don had 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 bird turns. Boy were we surprized, or at least I was. The best I ever seen at Don’s loft. I had to thank him for allowing me to wotness those hot birds.

            Friday evening Don said I could judge his kits. Bobby Bradley was ther from Tennessee. My son Shayne, went with me to be timekeeper for me and witness what I would see. Don flew the first kit at 7:23pm and they flew just 15:01. I couldn’t believe this was the same kit I had seen Sunday evening. This kit hjad 11 turns but only one would be a 17 bird turn. Q-1.3  D-1.4  Score: 211.12, Good for the new lead. It was time for the second kit to fly. It was 8:03pm and time was getting short. This was the real hot kit I had seen before and I anticipated a real active kit. Much to my surprise again there were only 9 turns in 16:41. He would get Q-1.4  D-1.5  Score: 121.8, Good for second place.

            We headed for North Carolina again Saturday morning. This time we headed for the mountains with Bobby Bradley driving. The first to fly here would be the owner of the fish farm, William Cable. At 2:15pm Mr. Cable put up his 20 bird kit. The wind picked up but the birds were barely aware. They had only 6 good turns but one was 16 birds. They flew 15:32 in all. Q-1.2  D-1.4  Score 113.32 and very good for the time they flew.

            Next to fly would be Clay Hoyle’s son, Sandy Hoyle. Sandy flew 19 birds and they flew the 20 minutes. Q-1.0  D-1.0  Two turns for the score: 10

            Last but not least to fly was Clay Hoyle. At 7:35pm he put up a kit of 20 birds. I counted 27 turns. One of 10 birds and one of 15 of 20 birds. What else can I say? The kit spoke for itself. Joe Bob Stuka was the timekeeper. Q1.3  D1.3  The winning score: 303.35

 OUR CONGRATULATIONS GO TO CLAY HOYLE OF NORTH CAROLINA!

SOUTH AFRICA REGION 3

JUDGE  HANNES ROSSOUW

Name

Quality

  Depth    

Total  

ALBERT WALLIS

 

 

163.38

HENNIE PFAHL

 

 

159.84

CHRIS VENTER

 

 

117

HANNES ROSSOUW

 

 

114

TOM DU TOIT

 

 

112.12

TONY JOSEPH

 

 

96.39

  GERIT CILLIERS

 

 

74.62

ANDRIES VAN RENSBURG

 

 

73.92

CEDRICKLEIGHTON

 

 

46.80

TJAART KILLIAN

 

 

35.75

JEROM WATSON

 

 

24.48

SILVENO DE VILLIERS

 

 

19.20

DUKE JACOBS

 

 

12.74

LANCE EVERTS

 

 

15.00

TYSIE FOURIE

 

 

15.00

JOHAN PEDRO

 

 

13.31

JAN DU PLESSIE

 

 

11.00

BOTTIE BOTHMA

 

 

10.00

POEN SAHABODIEN

 

 

5.00

HENNIE SNYMAN

 

 

0

BOYCE RIBERTS

 

 

DQ

ANTONY TUCK

 

 

DQ

JOHAN VAN ZYL

 

 

DQ

DRIES CRAUSE

 

 

DQ

JOHAN VENTER

 

 

DQ

AUBREY BOTHA

 

 

DQ

LOUIS RICHARDS

 

 

DNF

WILLIE VANDER MERWE

 

 

DNF

ERNEST WATSON

 

 

DNF

HENNIE DU BRUYN

 

 

DNF

New England Regional Judge John Antonelli

  First and foremost I would like to thank everyone concerned for their gracious hospitality and Brotherhood In making this World Cup An experience I will always cherish,, The weather was excellant for flying rollers and I saw some excelant kits and Kits that experienced some bad luck,, But this Is expected In this elusive sport we call rollers,, Everything went smooth from start to finish,, We all had some good laugh,s, good food,,and talked rollers,, I would like to thank,, Joe Testa, Mark Thompson and James Spring for their dedication in making this happen, I believe that the people  I met, and the total experience of this fly should be experienced by an endeaver such as this, I made some lasting friendships and sparked some old ones.  Also a special thanks to Diana Testa for the best italian cuisine ( Thanks Mom) And my buddy  Dave Szabatrua for traveling all the way to New England  just to help out as well as hang out with "The Crew".

                                                   

 Sincerely Submitted: John Antonelli, Sr. "The Cloning Station" 
Name Quality   Depth     Total  
Doug Anderson 1.4 1.4

390.04

Jim Spring #1 1.3 1.4

222.04

Jim Spring #2 1.3 1.3

218.01

Steve Hickey #1 1.3 1.4

134.68

Brian Ridley 1.2 1.1

100.32

Ritchie Ernst 1.1 1.2

69.96

John Dushinski #1 1.3 1.3

38.87

Doug Engermann #1 1.2 1.2

27.36

Ken Parker #1 1.1 1.1

25.41

Tony Botella 1.1 12.2

6.6

Mark Thompson #1     0
Charlie Hickey #1     0

Mark Lewis #1

    0

Sidney Pires

    0
Doug Engermann #2     DQ
John Marino     DQ
Joe Testa #1     DQ
Art DaSilva #1     DNF
Art DaSilva #2     DNF
John Dushinski #2     0
Charlie Hickey #2     DNF
Steve Hickey #2     DNF
Mark Lewis #2     DNF
Paul Maywald #1     DNF
Paul Maywald #2     DNF
Ken Parker #2     DNF
Joe Testa #2     0
Mark Thompson #2     0
Tom Van Den Bossche #1     DNF
Tom Van Den Bossche #2     DNF
 
Hawaii Judge by Tom Mendes
 Region 2004 World Cup Fly-off Results
Rev: June 17, 2004

Rank

Flyer/ Kit

Date Flown

Kit Size

Raw Score

Q

D

Total

Comment

1

Tom Mendes #1

5/8/04

17

56

1

1

56

Kitting well

2

Rodman Pasco #1

5/8/04

18

26

1

1

26

Couple of birds w/ good Q and D

3

Walt Rosehill #1

5/8/04

18

21

1

1

21

Kitting well, couple of stand out birds

4

Clayton Leu #1

5/8/04

17

20

1

1

20

Many attempted turns

4

Tom Mendes  #2

5/22/04

20

20

1

1

20

Couple of stand out birds

5

Eric Revells #1

6/12/04

20

16

-

-

16

Good kitting, frequent action, not enough rolling in unison

6

Robert Perry

5/8/04

18

5

1

1

5

Many attempted turns

-

Rodman Pasco #2

5/22/04

18

-

-

-

-

Kitting well, too few birds roll’g on turns, too high to score

-

Walt Rosehill #2

5/22/04

20

-

-

-

-

DQ – Good kitting, did not fly minimum time (12 min)

-

Clayton Leu #2

5/22/04

19

-

-

-

-

DQ – Kitting well but did not fly the time  (13 min)

-

Todd DiAntonio #1

5/8/04

16

-

-

-

-

DQ – 2 out birds before 15 min, rest too high to score

-

Dennis Nakashima #1

5/8/04

15

-

-

-

-

DQ – Good kitting, did not fly min time

-

Eric Revells #2

6/12/04

20

-

-

-

-

DQ – Nice kit, did not fly min time (4 min)

-

Dennis Nakashima #2

5/22/04

-

-

-

-

-

DQ – Did not meet min. kit size due to lost birds

-

Todd DiAntonio #2

5/22/04

-

-

-

-

-

DQ – Did not meet min. kit size due to overfly

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Note: Kits judged by Tom Mendes with other WC participants present at every fly.


 Mountain West Judge JoeBob Stuka
 
Lenny Vialpando, Jason Brown, Jay Starley, Guil Rand and the rest of the flyers were outstanding hosts who made it fun to be around and not just a fly.  Saw some top notch birds and Jay Starley's kit was an outstanding example of the level we all need to strive and take our birds.  Jay's kit was the highest Q and D kit I have witnessed anywhere in the world-they were right and gave it all, and Jay prepped them like a master.  All who witnessed this kit, saw one of the best kits in the world for Q and D-no wing visible in the spin and many in the 40'-60'.  That picture should stick with you all to never be satisfied until your birds hit this level.  Thanks to all.
JoeBob
Name Quality   Depth     Total  
Jay Starley  1.8 1.7 419.22 
George Ohlsen 1.4 1.4 272.44
Guil Rand  1.3 1.2 235.56
Glen VanRoekel  1.3 1.4 98.28
Brad Winward 1.5 1.6 93.6
Tom Monson 1.3 1.4 83.72
Justin  Okerland 1.3 1.2 60.84
Adam Hill 1.3 1.2 51.48
Tom Monson 1.3 1.2 49.92
Kirk Middah 1.3 1.3 35.49
Rod Forbush  1.3 1.2 31.2
Mike Morgan 1.2 1.2 28.8
Scott Campbell 1.3 1.3 25.6
Adam Hill 1.3 1.3 21.97
Thayne Lee 1.2 1.2 21.6
Justin  Okerland 1.3 1.3 20.28
Don MacCauley 1.1 1.1 18.15
Mark Cissna 1.1 1.1 18.15
Kris Hunt 1.2 1.1 13.2
Jay Starley     0
Rod Dixon      0
Blake Coats     0
Lenny Vialpando     0
Mont Bone      0
Clint Anderson     DQ
Guil Rand      DQ
Randy Brunson      DQ
Jason Brown     DQ
Joe Garza     DQ
Brad Winward     DQ
Wayne Purrington     DQ
Thayne Lee 2ND     DNF
Randy Brunson 2ND      DNF
Scott Campbell 2ND     DNF
Mont  Bone 2ND     DNF
Central Region Judge Danny Courtney
Name Quality   Depth     Total  
David Connell     1662.75
Steve Evans     1559.04
Lloyd Lee     966.24
Bob Westfall     702.00
Randy Wilson     650.25
Willie Silvey     587.86
Ben Winkelman     415.52
John Smeltzer     368.48
Jerry Holder     366.52
Dan Taylor     361.44
VL Gilmore     349.92
Rick Dillehay     321.30
Ray Sanchez     307.58
Pat Holder     305.89
Dave Hafner     188.64
Lisa Meier     139.68
Ricky Long     118.30
Bill Tomforde     113.88
Billy Elwick     133.76
John Antonelli     101.40
Pat Holder     80.64
RK Pair     76.23
June Bussing     62.92
Ferrell Bussing     41.76
Jack Knowlan     38.00
RK Pair     27.83
Bill Roy     16.00
Larry Fowler      10.00
Steve Clayton     6.0
Dan Taylor     DQ
John Beeson     DQ
Willie Silvey     DQ
Paul Daniel     DQ
Paul Daniel     DQ
John Antonelli     DQ
Vernon Hoorman   Not enough birds DNF
Bill Gambill    Not enough birds DNF
Steve Clayton     DNF
Ray Sanchez     DNF
Lisa Meier     DNF
John Smeltzer     DNF
Ferrell Bussing     DNF
June Bussing     DNF
Randy Wilson       DNF
Great Plains Regional  Judge Marco Solorio
Name Quality   Depth     Total  
Dennis Berry  
1.3 1.4 167.44
Rich Cash 1.2 1.2 96.48
Cody Fattig     0
Cody Fattig     DNF
Dennis Berry     DQ
Rich Cash     DQ
Dale Cole     DQ
Dale Fattig     DQ
Dan Kirkendoll     DQ
Arty Rogers     DQ
Gerry Beck
Kit 1 & 2  DNF, moved and couldn't get birds ready for competition
12 kits entered and 3 kits paid for under new region rules for a small or new region
Ontario Region                 Judge Don Lunau
Name Quality   Depth     Total  
Jack Courts 1.4 1.4 276.36
Ken Miller 1.5 1.5 272.25
Frank Lyons 1.4 1.3 140.14
Santos Debartolo 1.3 1.3 101.40
Bill Reid 1.3 1.4 75.62
John Szczurko Hawk Attack & didn't kit DQ
Ron Reid Hawk Attack & didn't kit DQ
Al Donnelly Not kitting DQ
George Nickolav     DQ
Jay Lucarelli Hawk Attack & didn't kit DQ
Don Lunau Judged Fly DNF
Billy Terkalis Falcons Cleaned him out DNF
Ross Vito Falcons Cleaned him out DNF
Bruce Church Moved and birds not settled DNF
George Babaris Passed away DNF
                         
   Tri State Region      Judge Joe Testa
              
The New Tri State region was the result of Eric Fischer from Philadelphia PA. and his persistence in bringing  the World Cup to his area,, There are many excelant roller fanciers that now have the opportunity to show what they have In national competition,, The NBRC fall fly will bring In even more good flyers out of Baltimore, New jersey and the Burroughs Of New York City,, The Bronx, Harlem and  Brooklyn,, Where roller flying has all ways been strong,, But without representation,, these fanciers were left to their own Inner city competitions,, It did my heart good to see the excitement and energy from the competitors as we traveled from loft to loft,, They made It happen,, The weather played an Important role In how this competition turned out,, I had seen good kits and kits with a lot of potential for the future, The attitude with these roller fanciers was where Its supposed to be,, I want to thank you all for making my stay worth the trip,, Joe T 
 
1,Elwood Gottlieb, - 158.4,,, Kit was outstanding In torrential rain and wind,, (Qualified)
2, Ed Young,, 111.54,,,,,2 birds out hurt this excelant kit,
3, Dave Six,,,- 60.5,,,,, heavy rain hurt this kit,, Good potential for the fall fly,,
==================== 
 4, Eric Fischer,,,32.76,,,Had to fly stock birds to make the count,, Hawks decimated his kit,,
 5, Sam Saieva,,,25.35,,, Kit came out cooking,, Thermals took the kit out of judging range,,
 6,Scott Rice,,12.1,,, torrential rain destroyed this kit,, But they did the time,,
=======================
 7, Dale Harshman,, DNF,hawks eliminated kit,.,,
 8, Terry Duez,, No score,- Young bird Kit,,, This Kit will score big time In the future,,
 9, Norman Brozovich,, No score, 2 birds down,,, some good birds,,  bad luck,,
=======================================
 10, Eric Fischer, Kit , 2, DQ,
 11, Ed Young, Kit , 2, DQ,
 12, Elwood Gottlieb, Kit, 2, DQ,
===========================
 13, Terry Duez, Kit 2, DQ
 14,  Norman Brozovich, Kit 2, DQ
   East Region            Judge  Brian Middaugh

Fly Report 

     First of all I would like to thanks Dave and Yolanda Szabatura for being such gracious host. There hospitality was above and beyond any standards. Dave I also wanted to thank your for all the driving you did, a lot of time and miles bud. During the 5 days that my wife and I were there, there wasn’t a dull moment.
     I also wanted to say to all the guys that flew in the region. Thank you all, seen some excellent birds and some great flyers. Everyone in this region deserves a pat on the back. Because at any given time either one of you can be at the top.
     I’m going to do something a little different I am going to post my best of and then the scores:
 
Winning Kit: Dave Szabatura
Best individual bird: Dave Szabatura a yellow check white flight and Bert Schweigert a red check self.
Deepest Kit: Bert Schweigert
Most impressive kit to judge: Bert Scheigert, Great Valley N.Y Kit had a nice depth for the entire kit. Easy to score and some really good quality.
Most Bizarre: Tom Duger, Hannibal N.Y. Had a roller dropping deep and On the last spin acted like it passed out or died and landed in the pond. I don’t know if he ever found it or not.

 

Name
Raw
Quality
Depth
Breaks
Total
Dave Szabatura
Team “B”
117
1.4
1.4
8-9-7-12-6-6-13-12 / ns / 7 / ns
229.32
Steve Smith
86
1.3
1.4
5-8-11-5-9-6 / 6-6-8 / ns / 5-6
156.52
Bert Schweigert
61
1.4
1.5
6-5-5-6 / 5-5-5-7-7 / 5 / 5
128.1
John Lawrence
57
1.4
1.4
5-5 / 7-5-10-5-5 / ns / 5
111.72
Frank Gabriel
42
1.3
1.4
5-6 / 5 / 5-5 / 6-5-5
76.44
Dave Szabatura
Team “A”
28
1.3
1.3
5-5 / 7 / 5 / 6
47.32
Rob Thayer
27
1.0
1.1
5 / 6-6-5-5 / ns / ns
29.7
Tom Duger
16
1.2
1.3
5 / ns / 6 / 5
24.96
Don Dulmer
Team “A”
11
1.3
1.3
ns / ns / 6-5 / ns
18.59
Keith Johncox
5
1.2
1.1
5 / ns / ns / ns
6.6
Ron Kumro
0
0
0
0
0
Bill Tyler
0
0
0
0
0
John Weatherbee
Don Dulmer
 
 
 
 
D.Q
D.Q
Angelo Nastov
 
 
 
 
DNF
Jason Nastov
 
 
 
 
DNF
Harry Hellwig
 
 
 
 
DNF
 New Mexico Region  Judge Jim Schneider
New Mexico Region

This is the Fly Report for the NM Region of the WC Fly:

Flyer                 Raw     Q     D     X     Total     Fly time
Larry Boggan     93     1.4     1.4 1.93     182.3     20 min
Nice kit, missed several 3 and 4 bird breaks, winds starting to pick up.

Jerry Saiz             DQ
Winds picking up, some individuals working but the kit came down early. 4 min

Allen Wilson     DQ
Kit flew 7 minutes but winds were picking up stronger 7 min

Larry Boggan     DQ                                                 5 min
Kit down early due to winds.

Ken Easley         148     1.6     1.5     2.4     355.2     18:40 min
Some good quality spin, NO wind. One 10 and 2-11 bird breaks. 2 birds hit and one down early.

Ken Easley     No Score
Young kit in training and not scorable.

Victor Babilonia 26     1.4     1.4     1.93     50.2    20 min
Missed a dozen or more 4 bird breaks, didn’t have the timing in the breaks for the 5th bird.
Victor Babilonia No Score 20 min
Kit had a couple of nice individuals, but didn’t work together.

Bob Peterson No Score
15 bird kit and 1 bird wouldn’t go up.

Ronnie Knapp     15     1.4     1.4     1.93     29    20 min
Wind blew the kit around, had one really good RR bird. 15 birds, missed some breaks with 2 out

Marla Tarter No Score 6:40 min
Winds kept birds down to almost 5’ off the ground.

Bob Peterson         23     1.3     1.2     1.56     35.9     20 min
High winds blew kit around and hurt breaks. Birds kitted excellent

Burt Poulton         22     1.3     1.3     1.69         37.2     20 min
Winds not too bad, but kit blew off.

Robert Contreras 128     1.5     1.5     2.25         288     20 min.
Nice working kit. Missed a couple of important breaks due to 2 birds out.

Robert Contreras No Score
Young kit not active but hit by hawk and went up out of sight.
                 
   Jim Schneider
  NM Rollers
 N. Rocky Mountain Region      Judge Ivan Hanchett

 “The Rocky Mountain region fly”

      I would like to express my deepest thanks to all those in the rocky mountain region that made me feel right at home. A special thanks to Brent Martindale and Doc Rienman for shuttling me around and a very special thanks to Beaver Dayton and his family for their hospitality and Ken Billings and his wife Brenda.

        My thanks to Gary Barres for transporting me from deer lodge to Dubois Idaho and then back to Polson Montana. Rick Schoening and his family including Rich Hayes for all the laughs and good times. You guys are the best.

        Stuart Brown for picking me up at the spokane airport and opening up his home to me. All those wifes behind the scenes I tip my hat to you all. The following is a rundown on all the scores. 

Dennis Hayes   7,9,5,10,6,6,8,12,8,5,6,5,7,9,6,/10,7,8,6,10,7,10,/8,11,12,12,10,5,5,/9,6,5,5,6,9,7,12 Total 906.75  Q1.5XD1.5 Qualified

Rick Schoening     12,6,5,7,6,5,8,9,6,/10,9,7,8,9,7,8,/10,7,11,/12,5,10   Total 580.8 Q1.6XD1.5 Qualified

Gary Barres  6,9,7,8,6,5,5,6,7,6,/7,7,5,10,10,7,7,/7,5,9,9,8,7,6,5,5,6,5,6,10    Total 462.56 Q1.4XD1.4

Dennis Hayes  Kit #2 5,5,5,5,6,10,5,9,8,/9/5,8,10,/11,7,5,9,9,7,6 Total 343 Q1.4D1.4

Brent Martindale 10,10,6,11,6,8,9,5,7,5,5,7,7,6,5,5,6                  Total 335.25 Q1.5XD1.5

Beaver Dayton   7,7,5,8,9,5,7,5,9,5,5,6,6,5,5,5,5,10,5,5,5                 Total 291.9 Q1.4X1.5

Ken Billings 7,9,10,8,5,11,10,5,5,5                                                Total 254.4  Q1.5XD1.6

Liam Schoening     5,6,5,5,5,5,5,5,/5,5,8,5,5,6,6,/5,5,5,6,7,8,8,/5,5,6,5,6   Total 248.43

 Q1.3XD1.3

Jim Sargeant  6,5,5,6,5,7,5,5,5,5,7,6,5,5,6,7,5                               Total 186.2  Q1.4XD1.4

Clay Palamides 5,/5,7,9,9,8,13,/9,9,8                                         Total 172.9  Q1.4XD1.3

John Farr 5,7,5,5,7,7,6,/6,9,/5,6,5/5                                        Total 121.68  Q1.3XD1.2

Mike Danielson 7,5,5,6,5/6,5,5,5,6,7                                        Total 89.28  Q 1.2XD1.2

Ron Phelps 6,10,8,5,7                                                               Total 86.19  Q1.3XD1.3

Ken Billings #2   8,9,8,7                                                           Total 67.2  Q1.4XD1.5

Stuart Brown  8,5,5,7,9,6                                                             Total 57.6 Q1.2XD1.2 

Beaver Dayton #2  6,5,6,5,7                                                      Total 56.84 Q1.4XD1.4

Jim Sargeant #2  5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5,5                                                Total 54.45 Q1.1XD1.1

Rick Schoening #2   7,7,7,6                                                         Total 45.63 Q1.3XD1.3

Harry Voth 5,5,5,5,7,5,5,                                                              Total 44.77 Q1.1XD1.1

Doc Reinman  6,7,5,7                                                                     Total 39  Q1.3XD1.2

Henry DeBoer  5,5,5,5,5                                                             Total 30.25 Q1.1XD1.1

John Sargeant  5,6,5                                                                Total 27.04 Q1.3XD1.3

Mike Hurley 5,5,5,5                                                                  Total 26.04 Q1.1XD1.2

The following Kits DQ’d    BrentMartindale, Mike Danielson, Doc Reinman, Clay Palamides

The following DNF because of loss to predation or severe weather:  Steve Holton 2 Kits and Ron Phelps

                                                     

   Mahalo Ivan K Hanchett  

 

Southern California North Region      Judge Steve Smith

Participant:

Birds:

Raw:

Qual:

Depth:

Total:

Comments:

Ali Daniels #1

20

0

 

 

0.00

Too Windy

Ali Daniels #2

16

5

1.3

1.2

7.80

 

Alonzo Cano

20

98

1.4

1.4

192.08

 

Alton Davis #1

20

184

1.5

1.4

386.40

 

Alton Davis #2

 

 

 

 

0.00

dnf/predator-not enough birds

Andre Pettway

16

11

1.2

1.3

17.16

 

Maurilio Hernandez

20

19

1.4

1.4

37.24

 

Bob Southall

18

74

1.3

1.3

125.06

 

Bobby Clayton

16

21

1.3

1.3

35.49

 

Calvin Johnson #1

20

33

1.1

1.2

43.56

 

Calvin Johnson #2

20

63

1.3

1.2

98.28

 

Craig Wiggs

16

0

 

 

0.00

 

Dale Calvillo

17

10

1.3

1.1

14.30

 

Darik McGhee

16

64

1.3

1.4

116.48

 

Derrick Simon

20

61

1.5

1.4

128.10

 

Donny Faison

20

119

1.4

1.4

233.24

 

Gary Terrell

 

 

 

 

0.00

dnf/predator-not enough birds

George Ruiz

 

 

 

 

0.00

dnf/predator-not enough birds

Greg Anderson

20

25

1.4

1.5

52.50

 

Guy Robertson

17

45

1.3

1.2

70.20

 

Hank Lumpkins

20

216

1.5

1.5

486.00

 

Jack Tidsdale

18

79

1.4

1.4

154.84

 

James McDowell

17

15

1.2

1.2

21.60

 

Joe Espitia #1

20

0

 

 

0.00

Hawk attack

Joe Espitia #2

 

 

 

 

0.00

dnf/predator-not enough birds

John Masquera

16

10

1.3

1.2

15.60

 

John Moore

16

19

1.3

1.3

32.11

 

Juan Navarro

16

36

1.3

1.3

60.84

 

Keith London

20

229

1.4

1.3

416.78

 

Kevin Brokenbough

20

67

1.5

1.4

140.70

 

Marvin Parks

 

 

 

 

0.00

dnf/predator-not enough birds

Mike Walton

20

72

1.3

1.2

112.32

 

Mondo Martinez

16

 

 

 

0.00

dsq-landed

Monique Tuckett

 

 

 

 

0.00

dnf/predator-not enough birds

Raul Washington

20

32

1.3

1.4

58.24

 

Reggie Stewart #1

20

206

1.3

1.3

348.14

 

Reggie Stewart #2

20

87

1.3

1.3

147.03

 

Robert Felix

20

5

1.2

1.1

6.60

 

Robert Rodriguez

20

15

1.5

1.5

33.75

 

Ron Anno

20

112

1.3

1.3

189.28

 

Steven Russell

15

13

1.3

1.4

23.66

 

Steven Smith

 

 

 

 

0.00

dnf/predator-not enough birds

Tavo Quezada

20

13

1.5

1.3

25.35

 

Terrance Riley

 

 

 

 

0.00

dnf/predator-not enough birds

Terry Duncan

15

5

1.3

1.2

7.80

 

Tim Paustan #1

16

95

1.3

1.2

148.20

 

Tim Paustan #2

20

0

 

 

0.00

 

Victor Garcia

20

88

1.3

1.3

148.72

 

Willie Wright

20

5

1.3

1.3

8.45

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

49

 

 

North Central East    Judge Dave Goss

2004 World Cup  
It was an honor to be invited to judge your region. Your warm hospitality made my trip most enjoyable.  I would like to thank everyone that took care of me along the way.  Dave Goss
 
I would like to add a couple comments.  I was happy that our region was able to show Dave some excellent kits.  For a while it didn’t look like that would happen.  The weather prevented some fine kits from being able to show their stuff.  Several flyers put their kits up in wind and/or rain that simply destroyed any chance they had of scoring.  Enough whining about the weather.  The best thing about our regional fly: Dave Goss.  As many already know, Dave is an exceptionally knowledgeable roller man and an exceptional human being.  Thanks Dave.  The honor was all ours.   Devoe Manning

 

Name
Quality
  Depth    
Total  
Jimmy Goetz
1.5
1.5
326.25
Wendell Spisak #2
1.3
1.2
258.96
Wendell Spisak
1.2
1.1
175.56
Wayne Wagner
1.3
1.3
145.34
Richard Miller
1.4
1.3
131.04
Wayne Smith
1.4
1.4
129.36
Richard Miller #2
1.2
1.2
83.52
Devoe Manning
1.2
1.4
73.92
Jerry Dunn
1.3
1.2
65.52
Carl Hardesty
1.1
1.0
35.2
Willard Bolton
1.0
1.0
29
Clyde Davis
1.3
1.5
27.3
Ted Peoples
1.0
1.0
27
Bob Hord
1.0
1.0
27
Jim Cook
1.0
1.0
13
Dave Field
1.1
1.0
11
Randy Steepleton
1.4
1.4
9.8
Kip Beard
1.0
1.0
6
Robert Chamberlin
1.0
1.0
5
Jim Feasel
1.0
1.0
5
Troy Copeland
   
0
Randy Owen
   
0
Randy Owen #2
   
0
Keith Hughey
   
DQ
Bob Larcher
   
DQ
Bruce Jackson
   
DQ
Kenneth Walter
   
DQ
Ralph Cowgill
   
DQ
Dennis Cowgill
   
DQ
Dennis Cowgill # 2
   
DQ
Bob Munson
   
DNF
 Colorado Region Judge Lenny Vialpando 
Name Quality   Depth     Total  
Alan Dewey
1.3
1.3
121.68
Merve Miller
1.3
1.2
67.08
Jim Shumway
1.4
1.3
63.70
Phil Ramsteck
1.3 
1.2
63.69
Marco Solorio # 2
1.3
1.1
61.49
Merve Miller
1.2
1.2
21.6
Rosie Vauling
   
0
Marco Solorio
   
0
Elmer Walker
   
0
Everett Carlson
   
0
Everett Carlson
   
0
Ed Wagner
   
DQ
Randy Adams
   
DQ
Phil Ramsteck # 2
   
DQ
Glen Mcmurl
   
DQ

 

N. Central West Region Judge Brent Martindale  
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jerry Green
18
top quality birds, clean breaks
1.5
1.5
204.75
 
 
8 5 6 5 5 6 10 5 7 9 5 5 5 = 91 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rick Orme
20
worked good, short
1.1
1.0
97.90
 
 
6 5 5 6 5 7 6 8 5 5 6 8 5 7 5 = 89 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dick Kollmann
19
breezy, good individuals
1.3
1.2
79.56
 
 
5 5 5 5 5 6 5 5 5 5 = 51 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Dave Gehrke
17
5 working together, nice black
1.3
1.2
78.00
 
 
5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 = 50 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brian Brueggemeier
19
nice conditions
1.3
1.3
62.53
 
 
5 5 5 6 6 5 5 = 37 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
John Johnson
19
breezy, some very deep
1.3
1.3
45.63
 
 
5 5 5 7 5 = 27 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Mel Stalzer
16
deep birds
1.3
1.5
42.90
 
 
6 5 5 6 = 22 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Harold Ryan
20
no breeze, birds stiff
1.3
1.3
37.18
 
 
6 5 6 5 = 22 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Gary Thompson
20
breezy, good individual
1.3
1.2
24.96
 
 
6 5 5 = 16 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jim Peterson
16
breezy
1.1
1.0
22.00
 
 
5 5 5 5 = 20 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
K C Kumerow
19
windy
1.1
1.0
11.10
 
 
5 5 =10 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Tom Akeson
16
windy, first fly
1.1
1.0
5.50
 
 
5 = 5 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ward Zuelsdorf
20
windy, no chance
1.1
1.0
5.50
 
 
5 = 5 raw
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Brian Brueggemeier #2
16
did not work
0
0.0
0.00
 
 
no score
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Cliff Carrol
16
never got together
0
0.0
0.00
 
 
no score
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ken Bibby
20
birds didn't get together
0
0
0.00
 
 
D.Q. 11:45 left
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Ron Moon
18
no breeze, birds wouldn't get up
0
0
0.00
 
 
D.Q. 13:45 left
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rick Orme #2
 
did not fly
0
0
0.00
 
 
no score
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Bill Bird
 
did not fly due to an overfly
0
0
0.00
 
 
no score
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

   Dave Gehrke ask me to judge the North Central West region a couple of years ago and finally I agreed.  I did not know what I was in for.  My 2-hour flight turned into a 12-hour marathon getting to Minnesota.  Once I got there I met lots of fine roller fliers.  These fliers are dedicated to the hobby and know how to treat a judge right.  I enjoyed myself and would not hesitate to go back again.  We did travel a lot of miles but the roller conversations in the car made the traveling very easy.  I saw some nice kits and some good birds while I was there.  I want to thank Dave Gehrke, Ron Moon. Mel Stalzer, Harold Ryan, Tom Akeson, John Johnson, Brian Brueggemeier, and Dick Kollmann for feeding me or putting me up for the night and driving me all over the place.   Thank you for the opportunity to meet everybody and see some good birds.

 Brent Martindale

 

DENMARK   Judge   Henning Pedersen
E. LAIDLER 1.5 1.4 126
J. HANSEN 1.5 1.4  111.3
F. CATAK 1.5 1.5 74.25
J. ROSENGREEN 1.4 1.4 70.56
. E. NIELSEN 1.2 1.2  38.88
B. JENSEN 1.2 1.2 23.04
P. CHRISTENSEN 1.0 1.0  15
 F. SABIC 0 0 0
 H. SORENSEN     DNF
S. CHRISTENSEN     DNF
 I.SORENSEN     DNF
 K.JONASEN     DNF
E.KOZARCANIN     DNF
S. NIELSEN     DNF
 H. SMAKIC     DNF

2004 WORLD CUP REGIONAL FLY DENMARK. 

Finding a date for our Qualifier was not easy, as April and May are busy months because there is allways a family member or friend that is having a Conformation, to go to, it is a big thing here in Denmark. Anyway we agreed to have the fly on the 8th & 9th of May and take it from there.

We were to start at Edin Kozarcanin, but due to a misunderstanding Edin did not have enough birds to fly, we used to fly 12 birds in our local competions, so Edin only had 12 birds the rest where in the breeding loft.

So off we went to Poul Christensen, Poul flew a kit of early bred young birds, they flew slow and with a good fly pattern but most of the action was just tumbling, they need more time to develop.

Next flyer was Egon Nielsen, Egon released his kit in ideal weather, overcast with a little breeze, the birds were active the first 5 mins then they just went flat, his neighbours racing pigeons did not help matters.

Then it was off to Borge Jensen, Borge also had good weather conditions, birds flew at a good height and they were active but they were just mucking about, they lacked quality and depth to score more.

Last flyer of the day was Jorgen Hansen, it has been awhile since I last saw Jorgen`s birds and he flew a nice kit, they flew at a good height, some times a little low, there was a little brz cheq badge hen that was coming deep, she nearly hit the roof a couple of times, the kit was working, a lot of following thru but also some nice breaks, lost a couple of breaks because of out birds.

The next day we met at Ferid Catak`s, Ferid has been looking after his brother in laws birds, Ferid Sabic who was in Bosnia visiting family, Ferid Sabic has just moved to a new house so he  now has his lofts on the same allotments but on the other side from Ferid Catak, so we went over and released Ferid Sabic`s kit, the birds are settled in at the new place but today they decided to go and revisit the old place and there they flew for an hour, we went back to Ferid Catak`s loft and waited for the other kit to come back and land, the kit did come back and some birds did land but there was still about 10 to 12 birds flying around, we had waited 3 hours in all and time was now getting on, so Ferid Catak had to release his kit, everything went well the first 5 mins or so and then the inevitable happened the 2 kits clashed, there were birds all over the place, they did not fly as one kit, there was nothing we could do but push on.

Next flyer was Jorgen Rosengreen, Jorgen released his kit and they started off well and then they started to fly low and dart fast around the house tops, the weather was OK, needless to say that Jorgen was at a loss as to why, they have never done it before.

Last to fly was yours truly Eric Laidler, the weather was OK and the kit flew at a good height, the birds worked the first 10 mins, here again alot of following thru and individual rolling, then they just went quiet for the next 10 mins.

The following flyer`s could not fly.

Hans Sorensen phoned on the morning of the fly to say that he could not fly due to family commitments.

 Just a couple of weeks before the fly Svend Nielsen,Steen Christensen and Ingemann Sorensen had all lost birds due to the mist, this mist is treacherous, you can release the birds in a clear blue sky and then the mist just rolls in under them and covers the ground like a blanket, the birds do not have a chance.

Kristian Jonasen and Hasim Smakic also phoned in to say they could not fly, Hasim had to take his son to play football and Kristian had to work.

 Again our thanks to Henning Pedersen for judging,

Hilsen Eric Laidler.      

Nor Cal Coastal Region  Judge:  Ken Firl
WC Regional Fly
May 22/23, 2004

Fly Order

Flyer

Raw

Qual

Dep

Total

1

Nick Burcher

 

 

 

DNF

Extreme falcon problem.  4 attacks in last 5 days.  Only 10 old birds left.

2

Nick Burcher #2 DNF

3

Jay Branch

7,5,5 = 17

1.2

1.3

26.52

18 birds. Out Birds hurt a bit.  Birds flew a bit high.

4

Jay Branch #2 DNF

5

Ron Mann

0

 

 

0

20 birds.  Strong wind kept birds from cutting loose.  Excellent white bird and several quality spinners.

6

Ron Mann #2 DNF

7

Mike Polan

5,5,5,5,5=25

1.1

1.0

27.5

19 birds.  Nice Red Check.  1 bird down at 8:25.

8

Mike Polan #2 DNF

9

Mike Allen

5 = 5

1.2

1.2

7.2

20 birds.  Wind blew birds out of judging range.  1:35 time out.  Birds blown south again.

10

Mike Allen #2 DNF

11

Jimmy “Slack” Williams

7 = 7

1.2

1.2

10.08

20 birds.  Out birds hurt.  Some nice spin.  1 bird down 14:22.

12

Jimmy “Slack” Williams #2 DNF

13

Michael McMillan

5 = 5

1.2

1.2

7.2

17 birds.  Out birds hurt score.  Real nice Blue check White mid tail.

14

Michael McMillan #2 DNF

15

Mike Wolden

6,5,5,12,7,6,7,9,6,5,6,8,5 = 99

1.3

1.3

167.31

18 birds.  Nice kit.  Best teamwork of the fly.  Quality and depth improved as the fly progressed.

16

Mike Wolden #2 DNF

17

Gerardo Campo

 

 

 

DNF

Lost 40 birds March – May to Redtails and Coopers.  Only 10 birds left.

18

Gerardo Campo #2 DNF

19

Thomas Wright

0

 

 

0

20 birds.  Young kit flying in 20 mph wind.  Good kitting but not enough depth to score.

20

Thomas Wright #2 DNF

21

Johnny Osbourne

0

 

 

0

20 birds.  Stiff wind.  5 minute time out.  Too windy too roll.  Birds were breaking after time expired and wind let up a bit.

22

Johnny Osbourne #2 DNF

23

Ronnie Ross

5 = 5

1.1

1.1

6.05

18 birds.  Birds were going in 2’s and 3’s.

24

Ronnie Ross #2

5,5,5 = 15

1.1

1.2

19.8

19 birds. Real nice black.  Wind kept them from working.

DAY 2

25

Don Ouellette

5,7,6,5,7,7,7,6,5,5,6,6,7,10,6,8,7 = 120

1.4

1.4

235.2

17 birds.  Birds flew a bit high which hurt score.  Lost 1 break due to out birds.

26

Ramsey Ajlouni

7,5,6,5,5,5,6,6 = 45

1.2

1.2

64.8