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Tony Chavarria
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4143 posts
Jul 25, 2010
6:40 AM
ARTICLE In The Journal

Fly Cup title
Jul 23 2010 by Tony Henderson, The Journal

Pigeon man Eric Laidler lands a World Fly Cup title

Eric, who grew up in Cullercoats in North Tyneside, is the North East’s very own world champion after being declared the winner of the World Fly Cup Competition, which involves training “tumbling” or “rolling” pigeons.


PIGEON man Eric Laidler is on a roll – and it has landed him a world title.

Tony Chavarria

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Last Edited by on Jul 25, 2010 6:53 AM
James Herring
31 posts
Jul 25, 2010
8:10 AM
Way to go, and good luck in the future.

F-5 Roller lofts.
Sammy W
22 posts
Jul 25, 2010
10:37 AM
Congratulations on a Great Accomplishment Eric.
467 posts
Jul 25, 2010
12:38 PM
1069 posts
Jul 25, 2010
1:16 PM
Congratulations Eric and may you suceed again. We all know how difficult it is to get all of the stars aligned. A huge accomplishment and something to be very proud of. Joe
J.M.Urbon Lofts
A Proven Family of Spinners
2690 posts
Jul 26, 2010
4:22 AM
Big Congrats Eric! Hope to get to meet you next year! LOL
Salvador Ortiz
4390 posts
Jul 26, 2010
5:31 PM
Congratulations Eric.
Think Outside The Box
Nick Siders
2976 posts
Jul 26, 2010
7:36 PM
Congrats Mr Laidler...............
1680 posts
Jul 28, 2010
7:22 PM
Job well done Mr. Laidler. Must of been rather tough beating out all the competitors.

Deep Spin Lofts
281 posts
Jul 30, 2010
9:14 PM
Congratulations from Northern Cali Mr. Laidler and much success in the future. I hope one day I can see what it feels like to be on the top. Good job again.
DJJeffman Spinners

67 posts
Sep 22, 2010
11:29 PM
Hej Tony,
Before you close this site, I would like to ask you how you found the artickle in the Journal, it took me by surprise to see it turn up on your site.
Tony Chavarria
Site Publisher
4233 posts
Sep 23, 2010
5:55 AM
Hey Eric, I found it through Google. Nice article and congratulations!
Tony Chavarria

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68 posts
Sep 23, 2010
10:44 AM
Hej Tony,
Thanks,as I said, I didn`t expect it so it had me wondering, thanks again.
donnie james
1169 posts
Sep 23, 2010
4:25 PM
way to go eric and keep up what your doing
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710 posts
Sep 23, 2010
9:13 PM
Heine Bijker was almost 4 times champ.

and congrats to Eric Laidler


Last Edited by on Sep 23, 2010 9:16 PM
69 posts
Sep 24, 2010
4:20 AM
Hej Lads & Lasses,
Thanks Donnie.
fou, Heine was thwarted this year but it is just a matter of time before he do`s succeed, he has the birds to make it 4,5 or 10 times, it is up to everyone else to breed and fly better birds.
I know this is not the right thread but I would just like to say that despite what some fanciers on this forum might say, the hawk problem in Europe is just as big as what it is in the US, the fanciers who fly their breeders also lose them to the hawks, there are other weather conditions that can ruin a good kit of rollers on the day, not just heat, over the years I have lost hundreds of birds including breeders due to the sea mist which can drift in over the houses but I do not complain, I just get on with the job of rebuilding my stock.
711 posts
Sep 24, 2010
9:19 AM
Right On Eric Laidler,
just keep on trucking through what nature puts in your way.


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