October 2017 60×90 Masters League Results

The Masters League focuses on a diversity of agility skills with advanced technical handlings challenges in a variety of games.

Fall 60×90 Masters League Begins!

These are preliminary results. There is a possibility that more results may be incoming!


Clermont County Takes the Series Lead!

The team in first place in the Fall series is the Clermont County All Breed All Stars! The top scoring dog for the All Stars was Hooker, a Golden Retriever handled by Linda Setters. Hooker and Linda finished this numbered Masters course with zero faults in 35.85 seconds, earning 126 Lifetime Performance Points (LPP):

The Second Place TIE!

Two teams have earned the same cumulative LPP and are tied for second place. A team score is made up from the top five performances for each franchise club.

United Colours of Agility out of Walmer, Port Elizabeth, South Africa have scored 592 team LPP to tie for second place in the 60×90 Masters league. The top scoring dog for United Colours was Red, a Border Collie handled by Samantha Stedman. Red and Samantha placed second in the October Mastrers competition, finishing this numbered course with zero faults in 33.97 seconds, and earling 127 LPP:

Top Dog

The top scoring dog for the October 60×90 Masters league, representing the tied-for-second-place team AQ4U’s Fast & Furryous  in Brooks, Kentucky, was Blade, a Border Collie handled by Brian Wakefield. Blade and Brian made easy work of this course with zero faults, in a time of 32.69 seconds, earning 128 LPP:

You can view the October 60×90 Masters course and see the placements for all dogs here: http://www.dogagility.org/Documents/Results/Standings100117C60x90.pdf. Most of the results for the Masters League are graced with a YouTube recording.

November 60×90 Masters Preview

The November challenge will be the second of three competitions of the Fall 2017 series. The Game Master for the November challenge is Wayne Van Deusen.

This game is called Jumplers a game concept which combines Jumpers and Gamblers. The challenges are explained on the course map (and in the scorekeeping worksheet.) Jumplers is scored Time, Plus Faults, Less Bonus.

Jumping into the League

New clubs are always welcome to join us for play in the NDAL. A new club can download the scorekeeping worksheet here: http://www.dogagility.org/documents/Events/Scoresheet110117C60x90.xls. Active franchises have been emailed the scorekeeping worksheets populated with their active rosters.

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