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We're delighted to have ordered some chrystal glasses as trophies for the upcoming NHS Mini International on Saturday, 5 September 2020 at 07:00am, organised by Littledale Sheepdogs.

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This event will be live streamed via Facebook - only competitors and organisers will be attending.
 
Team Captains:

England - Ricky Hutchinson 
Scotland - Neil Gillon
Ireland - Michael Gallagher 
Wales - Kevin Evans 

The 4 National teams of 7 handlers and their dogs will go head to head in a qualifier round. The 5 top handlers that qualify will then go forward to compete in a double gather final. 

There will also be a young handler competition (21 yrs and under) consisting of one handler from each nation. 

A judge from each nation will make up a judging panel of 4 in total. 
Littledale Sheepdogs  are asking for donations before, during and after the event all to raise moey for The NHS.
 
Follow the event: https://www.facebook.com/events/889033328276558

(posted 27/08/2020)

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