LOGAN SHIELD STATE SHOW 2022

Interclub Competition points are awarded for positions 1-12 in each class. Exhibitors must nominate the Society to which their points are to be allocated.

Spotting of Birds is required to avoid penalty but a minimum of shadow spots is acceptable for transport to the national show.
Photographs of birds selected in the team are not to appear in social media or the internet prior to judging at the national show.

2021 (Purple) ANBC ISSUED RINGS ONLY

All birds must be available for selection in the state team

THE SHOW WILL BE HELD UNDER THE BCSA SHOW RULES at the Enfield Community Centre, 540 Regency Road, Enfield.

Any Covid issues will be those stipulated by the Port Adelaide Enfield Council at the time.
Members will be advised closer to the event of the requirements that apply under BCSA QR or PAE Councils guidelines.

Held on SUNDAY – MAY 22nd, 2022

Staging set up 7.00 am – 7.30 am by the exhibitors.
Birds to be benched between 7.30 am – 8.45 am

Exhibitors not involved in benching or stewarding must remain clear of all staging prior to judging and while judging is in progress and ensure Covid distancing applies

Judging to commence by 9.30 am

Open to Public from 12.00 pm – 2.00 pm, approximately

Entries to Graham Bell by 5.00 pm Friday May 13th, 2022

Mail entries to Unit 192, 1-25 Captain Robertson Avenue, Golden Grove. SA 5125 (mail delivery can now take up to six days) or Electronic entries as email attachments to gbell7@optusnet.com.au. Ph 8251 0792. Novice and Intermediate breeders please enter status on the entry form.

NO LATE ENTRIES PLEASE

Ring Numbers are required on entry forms to ensure accuracy of recording for status movement so please put the corresponding bird into the correct cage.
Ring Number changes to be advised on or before the morning of the show.

Entries $1 each (includes any scratched entries) capped at $20 plus postage and handling of $2.00 for return of cage stickers.
Total amount is payable when entries are presented for benching

The Safety Officer has the right to reject any entries prior to judging for signs of illness or poorly prepared cages which are deemed hazardous to the birds.

All birds to be shown in the standard ANBC show cage with powder coated cage fronts. Stickers to be placed on the bottom left hand side of the cage. Equal parts of canary seed, jap millet and white millet are the only seeds permitted. Each cage to be fitted with an approved plastic drinker 4 spaces in from the left side of the cage, level with perches of 12 or 16 mm.

BIRDS MUST NOT BE REMOVED UNTIL DIRECTED BY THE SHOW MANAGER

EXHIBITORS TO ASSIST WITH DE-STAGING AND CLEANUP PLEASE, BEFORE LEAVING THE VENUE. HOT WEATHER POLICY WILL APPLY

Class Descriptor

Rosettes for the 1st, 2nd & 3rd placed birds

  1. Normal Green
  2. Normal Grey Green
  3. Normal Blue
  4. Normal Violet
  5. Normal Grey
  6. Normal Yellow Faced Blue
  7. Normal Aust Golden Faced Blue
  8. Black Eyed Self
  9. Dilute
  10. Lutino
  11. Albino
  12. Dark Eyed Clear
  13. Clearwing
  14. Greywing
  1. Cinnamonwing
  2. Spangle Double Factor
  3. Opaline
  4. Opaline AOSV
  5. Clearbody
  6. Lacewing
  7. Fallow
  8. Spangle
  9. Spangle AOSV
  10. Dominant Pied
  11. Recessive Pied
  12. Crested ASC / ASV
  13. Hens
  14. Australian White Cap

ENTRIES AS PER THE ANBC STANDARD & MATRIX


2022 Organising Group

Doug LangeShow Manager
Ruth LangeShow Secretary
Graham BellElectronics supervisor, receipt of entries and listing entry fees payable, floor plan, rosettes, SA Team details for the ANBC electronics team
Dennis LommanHall bookings, hall key, raffle prizes, ring checking supervisor
John MulleyShow schedule
To be advisedSafety Officer / Covid Marshalls
Ruth LangeCollection of entry fees when birds presented for benching
Ruth LangeSale of raffle tickets
StagingGraeme Alchin
Bird CarersTemporarily reduced to 3: Michael Smith, Michael Sloper, Doug Lange

Club liaison officers

BSSASue Adamsadamsfamily100@bigpond.com
NEBS John Mulleyjmulley@bigpond.net.au
Port PiriePeter Glassenburypglassen@bigpond.com

Club liaison officers are the contact point for the Show Manager for clubs to nominate stewards, ensure distribution of the show schedule to their club members, and in the case of metropolitan clubs to ensure assistance for setup and cleanup.

Catering – BYO due to Covid rules


THE LOGAN SHIELD

The Logan Shield came into being after the Budgerigar Society of South Australia (BSSA), sent a team of birds to Melbourne to compete in their Gardner Shield.   At the first attempt in 1974 with 11 Victorian teams competing, the BSSA came 4th and in 1975 came 3rd, this time against 15 Victorian teams. These results established the competitiveness of the South Australian birds.

It was suggested in 1977 that a similar competition be held to stimulate team spirit and friendly rivalry amongst budgerigar breeders from the 6 existing clubs in South Australia, including mixed bird clubs.

The then secretary of the BSSA, Lal Logan, who had held this position for 18 years, was honoured to have his name used for the competition.  Lal purchased and donated the shield which was then named in his honour and is still used to this day. The first Logan Shield was hosted by the BSSA on the 2nd of April 1977 at St John’s Hall, Halifax Street, Adelaide with the 6 existing clubs competing.   The BSSA won with 196 points followed by Central Districts with 170, North East with140, Port Pirie with 131, Southern with 74 and Western with 60 points.  

Unfortunately, at the time Lal was in hospital so he was unable to present his shield. In July of the same year he passed away and sadly never saw the shield competition take place.

The Logan Shield is a yearly reminder of Lal and his wife Thelma, both having so graciously donated their time and effort to the BSSA and to the budgerigar fancy since its foundation in South Australia in 1948.

In 1964, a meeting between a group of New South Wales, Victorian and South Australian budgerigar fanciers resolved that a National Teams Competition should occur. More serious discussions occurred in 1972 between these three states thus the first competition would commence in Victoria in 1975. The National Show has continued annually ever since and expanded to include seven states / zones which effectively brings together the best breeders and the best young exhibition budgerigars in Australia. 

The Logan Shield is now our State’s selection show for the Australian National Budgerigar Council (ANBC) Championship Show and is hosted annually by the Budgerigar Council of South Australia (BCSA).

The Logan Shield remains as a reminder of a great budgie man.

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