MSP praises rural event
up the first leg of the drive and safely through the gates with a good cross and through the gates.
They also finished on a good pen with full points awarded and the same for the shed.
They also finished on a total score of 83 points but Jim and Drift had them beat on the outbye work to take first place.
Novice: 1 J Thomson, Penpont (Drift) 83 OB; 2 M Wilson, Corsock ( Jill) 83; 3 M Wilson, Corsock (Meg) 79; 4 M Forster, Irongray (Meg) 53.
League res u l t s for Dumfries and Kirkcudbright: 1 B Robertson, Langholm ( Derwin Roy) 73; 2 A Common, Loc k e r b i e ( Braan) 67; 3 D Aitken, Lockerbie ( Vicky) 65; 4 J Thomson, Penpont (Nell) 53; 5 J Thomson, Penpont (Tom) 41. Res: D Aitken, Lockerbie (Midge) 33.
Novice results : 1 J Thomson, Penpont (Drift) 41; 2 M Wilson, Corsock (Jill) 26; 3 M Common, Lockerbie ( Cowlow Rosie) 24; 4 M Common, Lockerbie (Queen) 22; 5 M Forster, Irongray (Meg) 21.
The Sandy Montgomery Memorial Trophy for best sportsperson over the season was won by Hazel Jackson from Penpont with Clyde.
The Knockout Trophy was won by Allan Common and A politician has hailed the importance of a rural leadership event at the Scottish Parliament.
Galloway and West Dumfries MSP Finlay Carson attended the event at Holyrood organised by Tory colleague John Scott MSP, where he met with constituents to discuss key rural issues.
With Mr Carson having recently held several discussions with Rural Affairs Minister Mairi Gougeon on the proposals Braan.
Thanks to Joan Hutchinson from Gilbertson and Page for sponsoring the Dumfries and Kirkcudbright Nursery League.
The next trial is the Border Cup on Sunday, February 16 at Awhirk Farm, Lochans, Stranraer.
Thirty dogs to run three teams of 10 from Dumfries and Ki r k c u d b r i g h t , Wigtownshire and Northwest Moorland.
The Scottish Nursery Final will be held on Saturday, March 2 at Holylee, Walkerburn, Peebleshire. Further information from Fiona McMillan on 07743 977313. for a Galloway National Park, he welcomed the opportunity to discuss how plans are progressing for a national park, which would bring a major boost to the local economy.
Mr Carson said: “This was an excellent parliamentary event, giving rural constituents from Galloway and West Dumfries the chance to make their voices heard to their MSPs.