50×50 Premier January Results

The January 2018 50×50 Premier league game was a Looper. A Looper is a numbered course that is run twice, without stopping. The scoring basis is Time, Plus Faults.


This course was a technical journey, featuring several back-side and threadle challenges.

The 50×50 Premier league tends to attract teams that desire very advanced technical challenges, and the opportunity to test their skills against other teams around the world. While the January participation was slight; we expect this competition to heat up considerably in 2018.

January Performance Report

Most individual performances include a YouTube recording. You can view detail results here:


January was the first month of the Winter series and of the 2018 season.

The season begins with a completely dominating performance by TEAM CANADA in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Team Canada fielded a team of eight dogs, and have won the top eight placements in the January competition.

The Top Dog in the January, representing Team Canada, was Loco, a Border Collie handled by Teri O’Neill. Loco and Teri finished this course with zero faults in 28.87 seconds:

The second-place team in January was Clermont County All Breed All Stars in Milford, Ohio. The top scoring dog for Clermont County, and the eleventh-place dog overall, was DG, a Min Pin handled by Denise Tudor-Hayes. DG and Denise finished the Looper with zero faults in 38.65 seconds:

And the third-place team (and a lot closer to the second-place team than the first-place team), was Sit, Stay, ‘N Play in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. The top scoring dog for Sit Stay, ‘N Play, and in ninth-place overall, was Mick, a Border Collie handled by Laurie Bowen. Mick and Laurie finished the Looper with zero faults in 36.03 seconds:

February Preview


The February 50×50 Premier course was designed by Dennis Vogel. This is a numbered course that will be scored Time, Plus Faults.

Existing franchises will be emailed their scorekeeping worksheets populated with existing rosters later today.

New players can download a blank scorekeeping worksheet here:


Jumping into the League

New clubs are always welcome to join us for play in the NDAL 50×50 Premier League. This competition is run in a 50×50 competition space and is dedicated to intense and technical handling challenges as might be found in international competition.

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