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Wednesday, August 8, 2012
11:32 AM

Gary Summers dominated the latest Wraxall Village Club race.

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WRAXALL Village Club young birds were liberated from Exeter at 8.40am.

The birds raced home at almost a mile a minute beating the predicted heavy showers. The leading birds all went to the Nailsea area of the club with Gary Summers’ birds arriving en masse, only seconds dividing the arrivals.

Thirteen members sent 243 birds: Gary Summers 1750, 1749, 1749; Wyatt & Gray 1716; Fred Summers 1714; Gary Summers 1712.

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