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28th July 2021 - message from Cockermouth and Workington Area

Just to let everyone know that there will be a puppy show on Saturday with Rosettes and prize money.

Also just a reminder to have the correct change for the gate as it makes a real difference and is much appreciated.


Thanks Fiona


25th July 2021 - Message from the Secretary


James Irving still has a number of pups left if anyone is still looking for pups - both bitches and dogs left. Anyone interested please contact James direct


Many Thanks Fiona


19th July 2021 - Message from Barry Laidler, Chairman and Paul Airey, Vice Chairman

Following the continued lifting of restrictions, from today the Association will revert back to our usual rules prior to the introduction of the Covid 19 rules.

Members are still encouraged to maintain social distancing where ever possible, to sanitizer hands and to refrain from attending the trails if they are symptomatic or 

have been advised to self isolate due to coming in to close contact with anyone who has tested positive. Hounds will now be marked at the start of races and tickets will be used at the finish.

Thanks

Barry and Paul


18th July - Message from Secretary

Annual Presentation of Trophies - work is underway to arrange a short presentation for the annual trophies for 2020. Thank you to everyone for returning the Trophies. 

Further information will be communicated regarding the arrangements for this event later this week.

HTA Major Trail Trophies - Due to issues with retrieving all the necessary trophies last season it has been agreed that at the end of this season all trophies handed out to date will be requested to be returned and a full review of all Trophies that the HTA have will take place. Can I ask that no one engraves any trophies handed out so far as the Trophies need to be reviewed and potentially engraved for 2020 so I will sort all of this out once we have reviewed the Trophies at the end of the season.

Can I ask that everyone takes a good look to see if they have any of the following trophies hidden away in boxes etc.

John Marsden Cup

W. Holliday Cup

H. Glaister Cup

The Roper Cup

Dave Mitchell (Large slate one)

Somebody some where will have these cups and they will all have HTA on them. PLEASE can everyone have a look for these.

Many Thanks

Fiona

15th July 2021 - Message from the International Committee

The 2021 International Trails will be held on the 7th August, at High Old Shield Farm, Greenhead, CA8 7JB.

Entries close at Midnight on Saturday the 24th July, Entry fee £1.00, entry forms available from Andy Horn, Phil Graham and HTA secretary

1.30pm Senior Hounds - Joe Millar Memorial Challenge Trophy

2.15pm Senior Maidens

3.30pm Open Puppies - Tom Barclay Memorial Challenge Trophy

4.00pm Puppy Maiden

4.30pm Open Restricted

5.00pm Veteran

The Trophies and prizes for the first two trails will be presented at 3.0pm with the trophies and prizes for the remaining four trails being presented following the finish of the veteran race.

£2,100.00 total prize money plus special prizes for Yorkshire and Irish Hounds.

Admission £6.00 all to pay, children free


14th July 2021 - Message from Carlisle and Penrith Area

Trophy Winners for 2020 will be presented on Sunday 18th July at Helton

Please note that due to the reduce trailing season for 2020 and fewer area fixtures, only area open and Local 

trophies will be presented. Challenge Cups and Top Kennel Trophies will not be awarded for the 2020

season as there are so many hounds all on the same number of points. Carlisle and Penrith Area would like

to congratulate all winners and all those who supported the trails.


8th July 2021 - Message from Carlisle and Penrith Area

Please note change of times for the Helton Trails on the 18th July. Also thank you to Jo and Vanessa Simpson for sponsoring the Maidens and the Puppy Maidens.


Thanks

Carlisle and Penrith Area


26th June 2021 - Message from Secretary

Updated Senior and Puppy Tables other grades to follow



21st June 2021 - Message from the Secretary

Would it be possible please for all those who won challenge trophies last year to return these to either myself, Phil Graham or Paul Airey please. Could this be done as soon as possible.

Many Thanks

Fiona

Senior Champion – Crazy – J. & E. Moore & J Thompson – Whitehaven Area

Runner-up – Miterdale Shadow - A., S. R., S., K. & A. Steele – Whitehaven Area

Puppy Champion – Acorn - R. Smith & R. Dickinson – Westmorland Area

Runner-up – Jenny’s Oracle – J. & D. Bland & A. Little – Keswick Area

Senior Maiden Champion – Hawkswood – D. Peare & J. Gill – Westmorland Area 

Runner-up – Foxparke Hooligan - R., E., G. & N. Napier – Whitehaven Area

Puppy Maiden Champion – Eden Raya - M. Addison and D. Clifford – Carlisle and 

Penrith Area

Runner-up – Foxparke Mo Farren - R., E., G & N. Napier & G. & R. Farren – 

Whitehaven Area

Open Maiden Champion – Showbiz – A. & A. Horn – Aspatria and Wigton Area

Runner-up – Dragon Fly – T. & K. Postlethwaite and M. Fisher – Whitehaven Area

Open Restricted Champion – Rhyme - N. McMaster, S. Wilson & A. Skelton’s – 

Cockermouth and Workington Area

Open Restricted Runner Up – Jenny’s Breeze – A. Little – Carlisle and Penrith 

Area

Open Non-Winner Champion – In The Red – T. Satterthwaite – Aspatria and 

Wigton Area

Runner-up – Some Lad - L., G., H. & T. Whitfield and W. Birkett – Whitehaven 

Area

Veteran Champion – Aspire – R. Smith – Westmorland Area

Runner-up – Thorn Fire - J. & C. Satterthwaite & M. Burrow - Aspatria and 

Wigton Area

Puppy with most tickets – Acorn – R. Smith and R. Dickinson – Westmorland Area

Bert Sowden Cup (most points in tables) – Acorn – R. Smith and R. Dickinson – 

Westmorland Area

Tot Kelso Cup (most points in major HTA trails) – Copperfield - C. Clough and B 

Laidler – Westmorland Area

Philip Potter Cup (opposite sex to puppy champion) – Huntsman – J & A Little – 

Carlisle and Penrith Area


11th June 2021 - Message from John Bromage

Just a reminder to everyone that it is all to pay tomorrow £6.00 and could everyone have the correct change to avoid additional handling of money. This would be much appreciated.

Thanks John


2nd June 2021 - Message From the Executive

August Premier Trails - could any Area committee wishing to host these trails please submit any potential venues

to the secretary by the 20th June


Many Thanks

Executive Committee


1st June 2021 - Message from Westmorland Area

At the trails on the 3rd June there will be no hot drinks available but Lynn Garrity will be providing catering.


Thanks Westmorland Area

1st June 2021 - Message from Lynn Garrity and Jayne Peterson

All bonus balls now sold and the first draw was on Saturday. Number 44 was the winner for Louise Pounder and Les Reid. 

Latest leader boards in the Team Competition up to 4th June are as follows:

Division 1

1. The Circle 63

2. Molly’s Dollys 57

3. Pennine Runners 43

4. Baz’s Boys 42

5. Huntsman’s Pack 29

6. Allsorts 21

Division 2 

1. Allsorts 21

2. Baz’s Boys 16

3. Grace’s Favourites 15

4. Another Lot 13

5. Huntsman’s Pack 12

6. Dearham Wanderers 11

Thank you 

Jayne & Lynn 


29th May 2021 - Message from John Bromage

Just a reminder to everyone that it is all to pay tomorrow and it is £6 to get in. It would be very helpful if everyone could have the correct money to avoid extra handling of the money at the gate.

Many Thanks

John


28th May 2021 - Message From Cockermouth and Workington Area and Supporters Clubs (Cockermouth and Dearham)


A presentation night for trophies won during the 2020 season is being planned for the 31st July at the Hundith Hill Hotel, Cockermouth (Covid Permitting) 

Tickets are available from Nicola McMaster or Phil Graham (pay on the night). Three course meal and musical entertainment 7-7.30pm. 


Many Thanks

Cockermouth and Workington Area Committee


22nd May 2021 - Message from Lynn Garrity and Jayne Peterson

Team Competition - Bonus Ball

We are running a lottery bonus ball competition to raise extra prize money for the Team Competition. The last Saturday in each month, the first being on the 29th May. 

£6.00 for 6 draws (May, June, July, August, September, October) prize is £35.00 to the winner each draw. Numbers are 1-59. Entry by cash for all 6 draws by the 29th May to either Lynn or Jayne.

Please book your number via the facebook page or by text/Whats App to 07972290602 or at Wardhall on Sunday/Wednesday.

Thank You - Lynn and Jayne.


17th May 2021 - Message from the Executive Committee

As from today the HTA Covid Rules have been reviewed in line with the National relaxation of Lockdown. All members need to read the new rules and adhere to these. The main change is that those attending the trails do not have to be members. However anyone entering the trail field who is not a member MUST give their name and contact details on entry to allow track and trace if required to still be implemented.

Hound Trailing Association

2021 Covid-19 Official Practice Trials and Championship Guidelines

Anyone who is not a member of the HTA MUST give their name and contact details on entering the trail field. This is to ensure Track and Trace can still be implemented.

Below are guidelines that must be adhered to at all official trial trails and championship trails.

ANYONE PRESENTING WITH SYMPTOMS OF COVID 19 SHOULD NOT ATTEND ANY HOUND TRAILING EVENT AND SHOULD SELF ISOLATE.

Entrance to The Field, Hound Entry and Donations 

The entrance gate must have a table with 2 plastic boxes to receive the entrance fee and hound entry fee; the person manning the gate must be 1 metre from the table and will take entries for the relevant grades advertised; exact money only as no change will be given. Payment must be made with plastic notes or coins only for cleaning purposes.

Parking / Vehicles

Vehicles must be parked at least 1 metre apart, adhering to the social distancing policy; members must not enter other members’ vehicles and must stay at least 1 metre apart.

The Slip

The promoter must provide a rope on the ground with tape marking every 1 metre to adhere to social distancing.

If the slip is restricted and social distancing can’t be adhered to, in line with government guidelines a mask or face covering is advised to be used at the slip.

During these Covid-19 regulations there will be no ‘marking’ of any hound at the slip.

The Catch

Due to the frantic nature of the catch the HTA are fully aware social distancing will be very difficult so in line with government guidelines where social distancing can’t be guaranteed all handlers are advised to wear a mask or face covering for the duration of the catch. The barrier should be as long as feasibly possible to accommodate the catch and must be marked with tape every 1 metre.

Ticketing Hounds

The Judge, Camera operator and catchers are advised to wear a mask or face covering and catch the relevant ticketing hounds adhering to the social distancing measures.

Prize Money

Prize money will be made available on a table in an envelope for collection after the completion of the trail, all prize money not collected by the end of the meeting will go to the promoter’s balance sheet.

Book Making, Catering and other stands selling products

Bookmakers, Caterers and other stands selling products are asked to implement their own covid-19 measures in line with government guidelines, members are asked to adhere to the social distancing guidelines while in the bookies area and queuing for catering facilities.

The HTA will accept no responsibility for any measures individual bookmakers or caterers choose to implement.

Trail Layers

Those laying the trails must always wear gloves and dispose of them at the end of the trail laying.

Roads and Road Scouts

Only the road scout/s and their vehicle should be at any road crossing, strictly no other members at the road crossing.

Prize Draws

Promoters have the option to use a football scratch card to replace a prize drawing, this is similar to a ‘dog board’ and the winning team will receive a cash prize defined by the promoter.

The normal raffle prize process has been suspended for season 2021.

Maiden Trails& Open Restricted

These grades will revert to pre Covid-19 rules for season 2021

Other Important Information

Promoters

Promoters must disinfect all gates, fences and any other surfaces touched by members in the vicinity of the trail field when everyone has left the trail field.

Some members are in the category of over 70 and/or ‘increased risk’ groups, are they not permitted to attend the trail field?

The HTA is aware that some members may be at ‘high risk’ of coronavirus, according to the most up-to-date NHS advice. Those individuals are advised to carefully consider the latest NHS guidance throughout the above regulations, to not bring additional risks to their own health and safety. Whilst the above regulations do not require the HTA to prohibit ‘increased risk’ individuals from the trail field, everyone is strongly urged to act in their own best interests in line with the NHS advice.


10th May 2021 - Message from Secretary

Please note that both myself and John Bromage have received a number of bogus emails requesting money. It is obvious that they are scammers and that they are using the details from the webpage i.e. email addresses ect. and approaching us because of our roles i.e. Secretary and Treasurer. Please be aware that before you respond to any emails from either myself of from John just check that they are legitimate and please don't send any money or bank details. 

Thanks Fiona

3rd May 2021 - Message from Westmorland Area


The trails at Kirkstone have been CANCELLED today due to weather conditions.


Thanks Fiona


1st May 2021 - Message from the Executive Committee following meeting last night


1. Confirmation that the HTA had now purchased a chip reading machine, this had been tested at Oulton and appeared to work satisfactory. Another two machines will be purchased and will be available for any area committee to use if needed.

2. Amended rule book is now available on webpage and printed versions will be available at the end of May for all members.

3. Covid 19 Rules were reviewed in line with changes in the national guidance. Amended rules will be published on the 17th May. This will result in the removal of the members only rule but will still require all trails to monitor and keep a record of any non members who attend the trails for Track and Trace purposes.

4. Revised Covid Rules will be shared with the Police again to ensure they are kept up to date. Police notification will continue to be made for each trailing event and will be reviewed on the 21st June.

26th April 2021 - Message from Christine McGee


Hound missing from trails at Cobra Castle - answers to the name of Sue belongs to Willie Marks contact number 01228560971, son's mobile number 07979201452

Or contact Christine on 07526350781 if any sightings

The Dog has now been found. Well done everyone.

Thanks Christine

25th April 2021 - Message from Margaret Baxter


Given that Lynn and Jayne have decided to run a Teams Competition then there is no need to have two Teams Competition. Lynn and Jayne have agreed to run this years team competition on behalf of myself and I will ensure that the Trophies are available for the winners as usual.

Details of this years competition are listed below.

Team Competition 2021. £5.00 per team four hounds in each. £100 extra sponsorship kindly donated by Paul & Lynn Garritty bookmakers. Beginning on Saturday 1st May.

Division 1 points earned in all grades except all ins 654321 as usual and double points for major trails. Division 2 lower grade trails only not including veterans. Points earned on Saturday/Sunday and at all major meetings - May Day, Produces, International, August & October.

In the event of a hound scoring points on both Saturday and Sunday only the higher ticket will count.

Please submit your team name, four hounds and manager to Jayne or Lynn by Friday 30th April. Prize money to be finalised once all entries are received.

Many Thanks Margaret


As Secretary I would like to Thank Margaret for all her hard work in setting up the Teams Competition in the first instance and running it all these years. Well Done Margaret and Thank you very much. I would also like to Thank Lynn and Jayne for organising this years Teams Competition.


Message from the Secretary

Miterdale Loyalty is missing following the trial trail at Kirkstone Pass. Black and white bitch. Please contact Steph Steel on 07485068955 if you see the hound.

Miterdale Loyalty has now been found. Well done to all.

Thanks Fiona

18th April 2021 - Message from Secretary


Please note change of time for trails on the 24th April at Oulton, now running at 4.30pm for hounds instead of 1.0pm.


Thanks Fiona

Message from the Executive Committee following a meeting on the 16/04/21


1. The Executive reviewed how trial trails had progressed and were please that these seems to have gone well and dogs are coping having reducing running time. The Chairman thanked those areas that had hosted trial trails which had given everyone the opportunity to get some running with their hounds.

2. Confirmation was given regarding the review and printing of a new rule book. This will now progress and the rule books will be available to every member shortly.

3. A Chip machine would be purchased this next week ready for the start of the season. This will be tested at the first trail at Oulton and if it does what is required then additional chip machines will be purchased to aid in the identification of hounds that only have a chip number and no ear number due to the inability to apply ear numbers during the Covid Lock down period.

4. The Executive Committee requested that Promoters consider putting on some All In trails to assist those dogs who are only eligible to run in the long trails.This may avoid dogs being lost or finishing exhausted due to the potential of the weather warming up and dogs not yet been fit.

5. Westmorland Area will be holding an area meeting following the trial trails this week to review how the area will move forward given the low numbers on the Area Committee. 

6. A number of other areas are also struggling for committee members, without the area committees then the number of trails and trail venues will reduce. Any one interested in becoming part of an area committee would be more than welcome. Please step forward and support your local area.


The Executive Committee would like to wish everyone well for the new season.


Thank You - Chairman Barry Laidler.

13th April 2021 - Message from Secretary

Please note change in time for Saturdays trials 17th April at The Grassings now 11.30am instead of 6.30pm

Thanks Fiona

6th April 2021 - Message from Secretary


Dear Promoters - Given that last year was an exceptional year and fixtures were changed to accommodate the major trails etc. I have uploaded 

a copy of the fixtures for 2019. Hopefully this will allow fixtures to fall back in line with how there were. As secretary i would appreciate if fixtures 

could be finalised as soon as possible each month as i need to request Occasional Licences and they need two weeks notice. So please ensure 

i have all the necessary information to complete the request and the block advert.


Many thanks Fiona 


31st March 2021 - Message from Secretary


With the May Day trails now been agreed to take place on the 31st May I need the Trophies back please from those who won the last May Day trails in 2019

There are four Lillian Harrison trophies and the Paul Snowden Trophy

Hounds that won in 2019 are as follows:

Miterdale Shadow (hounds)

Meadow Spot (Maidens)

Jenny's Oracle (pups)

Huntsman's Orchid (puppy maiden)

Huntsman's Major (open restricted)

Galemire Grace (veterans)

Please can you all have a look to see if you have the trophies and if you let me know then I will arrange to collect it from you.

Many Thanks

Fiona


27th March 2021 - Message from the Executive Committee


Below are the new rules that we will all have to follow for the 2021 season relating to Covid 19. Can all members please read them and follow accordingly. These rules will be reviewed as we move through the season and amended according to national guidance. 

Anyone wishing to attend any of the Trial trails and the Championship trails must be a member of the HTA. Anyone wanting to become a member can do so by contacting John Bromage - 01946 23714 or by email - jdbromage@btinternet.com


Hound Trailing Association


2021 Covid-19 Official Practice Trials and Championship Guidelines


BEHIND CLOSED DOORS – MEMBERS ONLY - THIS IS REQUIRED FOR TRACK AND TRACE PURPOSES


Below are guidelines that must be adhered to at all official trial trails and championship trails.


ANYONE PRESENTING WITH SYMPTOMS OF COVID 19 SHOULD NOT ATTEND ANY HOUND TRAILING EVENT AND SHOULD SELF ISOLATE.


Entrance to The Field, Hound Entry and Donations 

The entrance gate must have a table with 2 plastic boxes to receive the entrance fee and hound entry fee; the person manning the gate must be 1 metre from the table

and will take entries for the relevant grades advertised; exact money only as no change will be given. Payment must be made with plastic notes or coins only for cleaning

purposes.


Parking / Vehicles

Vehicles must be parked at least 1 metre apart, adhering to the social distancing policy; members must not enter other members’ vehicles and must stay at least 1 metre apart.


The Slip

The promoter must provide a rope on the ground with tape marking every 1 metre to adhere to social distancing.

If the slip is restricted and social distancing can’t be adhered to, in line with government guidelines a mask or face covering is advised to be used at the slip.

During these Covid-19 regulations there will be no ‘marking’ of any hound at the slip.


The Catch

Due to the frantic nature of the catch the HTA are fully aware social distancing will be very difficult so in line with government guidelines where social distancing can’t be

guaranteed all handlers are advised to wear a mask or face covering for the duration of the catch. The barrier should be as long as feasibly possible to accommodate the catch

and must be marked with tape every 1 metre.


Ticketing Hounds

The Judge, Camera operator and catchers are advised to wear a mask or face covering and catch the relevant ticketing hounds adhering to the social distancing measures.


Prize Money

Prize money will be made available on a table in an envelope for collection after the completion of the trail, all prize money not collected by the end of the meeting will go to the

promoter’s balance sheet.


Book Making and Catering

Bookmakers and Caterers are asked to implement their own covid-19 measures in line with government guidelines, members are asked to adhere to the social distancing 

guidelines while in the bookies area and queuing for catering facilities.

The HTA will accept no responsibility for any measures individual bookmakers or caterers choose to implement.


Trail Layers

Those laying the trails must always wear gloves and dispose of them at the end of the trail laying.


Roads and Road Scouts

Only the road scout/s and their vehicle should be at any road crossing, strictly no other members at the road crossing.


Prize Draws

Promoters have the option to use a football scratch card to replace a prize drawing, this is similar to a ‘dog board’ and the winning team will receive a cash prize defined by the promoter.

The normal raffle prize process has been suspended for season 2021.


Maiden Trails& Open Restricted

These grades will revert to pre Covid-19 rules for season 2021.


Other Important Information


Promoters

These guidelines must be placed as a notice on the entry gate to every fixture along with a sign displaying ‘Behind Closed Doors - Members Only.

Promoters must disinfect all gates, fences and any other surfaces touched by members in the vicinity of the trail field when everyone has left the trail field.

Some members are in the category of over 70 and/or ‘increased risk’ groups, are they not permitted to attend the trail field? The HTA is aware that some members may be at ‘high risk’ of coronavirus, according to the most up-to-date NHS advice. Those individuals are advised to carefully consider the latest NHS guidance throughout the above regulations, to not bring additional risks to their own health and safety. Whilst the above regulations do not require the HTA to prohibit ‘increased risk’ individuals from the trail field, everyone is strongly urged to act in their own best interests in line with the NHS advice.


23rd March - Message from Christine McGee


Just to let people know that it is with a sad heart that I need to let people know about the sad passing of Tom Gainford

from the Whitehaven Area. Tom and his wife Eileen had hounds for many years. Our thoughts go out to Eileen and family.


Christine McGee - Chair person - Whitehaven Area


20th March 2021 - Message from the Executive Committee


1. May Days trails (31st May) will be hosted by Whitehaven Area and will be held at Mockerkin

2. Bitch Produce trails (12th June) will be hosted by Keswick Area and will be held at Newlands

3. New revised Covid 19 Rules have been agreed and everyone will be able to see these on

the main page shortly. Hard Copies will be available for anyone who cannot access them from the

start of the Trials on the trail field.

4. A decision was made that the Official Championship trails will commence on the 24th April on 

the Saturday rather than the 26th April on the Monday

5. The Executive Committee has agreed that the current rule book will be reviewed by Roy Laidler

and once reviewed will go to print so everyone should be able to have access to a hard copy of 

the Rule Book. The Current Rule Book is available to view on the web page under the main tab.

6. The Executive Committee has agreed that ear marking will continue next season and as such 

the Association will be purchasing new ear marking equipment. They have also agreed to 

purchase chip reading machines due to the two years where ear marking was not possible and 

the dogs identification will need to be through the chip implant.

7. Some of you will have noticed that a new Fixture tab has been added to the web page some

 people are not able to see this on their devices if this is the case then these people need to 

clear their browsing history on their device and it will appear.

8. Finally there was a discussion regard the impact that social media can have on the reputation

and good will of many who are involved in the sport and all members are reminded that inappropriate

use of social media will not be tolerated and that members can have action taken against them by 

their local area committee. The Executive Committee requests that all members remain respectful

to each other so that everyone can enjoy hound trailing as they should be able to.

Thank You The Executive Committee


18th March 2021 - Message from the Secretary


Tom Bell has one dog pup still left for sale. Spring Ranger/Cloudy Mist

Anyone interested please contact Tom direct on Mobile No 07971779257 - PUP NO LONGER AVAILABLE


Thanks Fiona


16th March 2021 Message from the Secretary


The 2020 annual is now ready. Anyone wanting a copy can contact myself or John Bromage or wait until the trials start. 

The 2021 annual should be ready by the end of April.


Thanks Fiona

9th March 2021 - Message from Andy Horn - Chairman for Aspatria and Wigton Area


Natural England have requested that no private practice trials should take place on the Wedholme Flow or Bowness Common

in the nesting season which commences on the 1st March to the 31st July. Only the agreed official practice trails in March\April and

the one Championship trail in may should take place on the Wedholme Flow, failure to comply with this will put future leave in jeopardy.


Thanks Andy


9th March 2021 - Message from the Chairman


It is with sadness that we learn that Jim Miller who was the official bookies runner for many years in the Keswick area has passed away. R.I.P. 

The only entry cleark who could write two hounds on one line. Sadly missed.


Barry.











REHOMING  -  to book hounds in for re-homing, please contact Sue Lloyd (016974 78383 evenings) or e-mail her on trailhoundwelfare@hotmail.co.uk 


Sue runs Lakeland Trailhound Welfare, and you can be assured that she will advise you and will make all arrangements for you.


The HTA has complete confidence in Sue, and we are extremely lucky to have her.


Latest slipping times: 


April 1 - 6                       7.15 pm


April 7 – 14                    7.30 pm


April 15 – 22                  7.45 pm


April 23 – 29                  8.00 pm


April 30 – May 6            8.15 pm


May 7 – 13                     8.30 pm


May 14 – 20                   8.45 pm


May 21 – 27                   9.00 pm


May 28 – July 8              9.15 pm


July 9 – 21                       9.00 pm


July 22 – 28                     8.45 pm


July 29 – Aug 4                8.30 pm


Aug 5 – 11                        8.15 pm

        

Aug 12 – 18                      8.00 pm


Aug 19 – 25                      7.45 pm


Aug 26 – Sept 1                7.30 pm


Sept 2 – 8                          7.15 pm


Sept 9 – 15                        7.00 pm


Sept 16 – 22                      6.45 pm


Sept 23 – 30                      6.30 pm


Oct 1 – 6                             5.45 pm


Oct 7 – 13                           5.30 pm


Oct 14 – 20                         5.15 pm


Oct 21 – 24                         5.00 pm


Oct 25 – 27                         4.45 pm


Oct 28 – 31                         3.45 pm