Version 3, last updated 15th August 2021 (Originally based on NSW Dept of Sport and Recreation proforma). Plan for Flyball training activities and sanctioned flyball competitions. Norwest Flyball Club Inc. (the Club) has developed a COVID-19 Safety Plan to create and maintain a safe environment for all Norwest Flyball club members, volunteers, and visitors. PleaseContinue reading “Norwest Flyball Inc. COVID-19 Plan”
Due to the extended lockdown for NSW, and the continuing risks of COVID-19, the Norwest Thunderdogs regret to advise the flyball community and members of the public that our Flyball race meets for the rest of 2021 will be cancelled. Following the cancellation of our Chills in the Hills weekend, previously scheduled for Saturday 17Continue reading “Cancellation of Norwest Flyball Competitions in 2021”
The Norwest Thunderdogs are pleased to announce two separate upcoming Flyball race meets being held on mats undercover at Castle Hill Showground on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 July.
The 2021 Hawkesbury Show was a great success with close to 70,000 people attending across the weekend. This year, sixteen teams competed at the competition. The cool temperature and clear skies provided perfect conditions with the dogs racing their hardest to come top of their division.
Sponsored by Hypro Premium and Antinol Australia, the Norwest Thunderdogs are back in 2021 with their Hypro Hounds In The Hills flyball race meet being held on Saturday 27th March at Castle Hill Showground, NSW
The Norwest Thunderdogs Flyball Club regret to advise that we do not have capacity to accept any new member enquiries in 2021.
The Norwest Thunderdogs have now officially concluded the 2020 season after a send-off included an advanced training session for our beginner and learner racers, as well as recognise the recipient for the 2020 ‘Never Give Up’ award – a perpetual club trophy presented to those who have shown amazing dedication and commitment to their flyballContinue reading “And that’s a wrap for 2020”
The Norwest Thunderdogs Flyball Dog Club has beaten Australia’s fastest time again with a new record of 16.229 seconds.
On Saturday 7th November 2020, five teams from the Norwest Thunderdogs ventured south to Wollongong to participate in the Wollongong Wonder Woofs Birthday race meet.
In an effort to help reduce injury and increase longevity for new flyball careers, the minimum racing age has been raised to 18 months.