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Sheepdog trial news.

Ceri Rundle Nantlle Vale

Nearly 60 dogs ran in the Open Class on Saturday with the eventual winner emerging as Jim Dyson from Llanfyllin.

The standard was set early on by Vaughan Hughes,of Rhosmeirch, running his young dog,Glen,for the first time at a trial. Many thought this run would not be beaten but the standard improved as the competition went on.

Running at number 21,H Glyn Jones,of Bodfari, with Moel Eira, took the lead -only to be equal led by Medwyn Evans,of Llanfachreth, with Gyp.

This pair was closely followed by Alan Wyn Jones, of Pant Glas, with his dog Roy, who also won the Novice Class.

Open 1,J Dyson (Llanfyllin) Jim,5; 2,HG Jones (Bodfari) Moel Eira, 6 olf; 3,M Evans (Llanfachreth)Gyp, 6; 4,AW Jones (Pantglas)Roy, 7; 5,RV Hughes (Rhosmeirch)Glen, 7 1/2; 6,A Staples (Bala)Lass,8. 2nd Class 1,AW Jones (Pantglas)Roy, 7 olf; 2,R Owen (Clynnog)Meg, 7; 3,RV Hughes (Rhosmeirch)Glen 7 1/2; 4,E Griffith (Waunfawr) Craig,8 olf; 5,A Staples (Bala) Lass,8.
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Date:May 6, 2004
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