Andy’s winning streak

HAJAC Winter League THE second round of this year s HAJAC was fished on Sunday with sections at Raveley Drain and on Glassmoor Bank. Although some anglers struggled after a hard frost, the fishing, in general, was surprisingly good. The individual winner

HAJAC Winter League

THE second round of this year's HAJAC was fished on Sunday with sections at Raveley Drain and on Glassmoor Bank.

Although some anglers struggled after a hard frost, the fishing, in general, was surprisingly good.

The individual winner, for the second consecutive week, was Hotrods' Andy Leathers. He made the most of his peg by the bridge at Raveley to weigh in with 12lb 10oz.


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Stanjay's Steve Gordon and Brampton's Graham Welton also caught 12lb-plus weights for second and third places.

Teamwise, leaders Browning Hotrods were only sixth on the day with three of the four Stanjay teams taking the top three places. March and Wades also finished in front of Hotrods.

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RESULT: (individual) 1 Andy Leathers Browning Hotrods 12lb 10oz, 2 Steve Gordon VDE Stanjay Supermatch 12lb 3oz, 3 Graham Welton Brampton 12lb 2oz, 4 Bob Fitzjohn March AC 11lb 1oz, 5 Nick Edwards Peterborough 9lb 6oz, 6 Trevor Oakman VDE Stanjay Special 8lb 5oz.

Teams on the Day: 1 VDE Stanjay Special 22pts, 2 VDE Stanjay Beet 23pts, 3 VDE Stanjay Supermatch 26pts, 4 March AC 32pts, 5 Wades MG 34pts, 6 Browning Hotrods 35pts.

League: 1 VDE Stanjay Special 3pts, 2 VDE Stanjay Supermatch 6pts, 3 Browning Hotrods 7pts, 4 Wades MG 9pts, 5 VDE Stanjay Beet 10pts, 6 March AC 11pts.

Stanjay Saturday Open

WITH a small field of anglers, it was decided to fish on Mill Lode on a beautiful afternoon.

The top two places were very close with Ian Benton finishing just ounces in front of Stanjay teammate Steve Gordon, both with more than 9lbs of roach.

RESULT: 1 Ian Benton VDE Stanjay MG 9lb 10oz, 2 Steve Gordon VDE Stanjay MG 9lb 5oz, 3 Stan Binge VDE Stanjay MG 3lb 12oz.

Cromwell Lake

STEVE and Ricky Ashwell took the top two places at Cromwell Lake on Saturday.

Steve won the match with 18lb 8oz from Ricky's 10lb 2oz. Graham Gooddraw was third and Dave Silsby took the small fish prize with 2lb 6oz.

RESULT: 1 Steve Ashwell St Neots 18lb 8oz, 2 Ricky Ashwell 10lb 2oz, 3 Graham Gooddraw 8lb.

Benwick AC

WITH two sudden frosts after a mild spell, fishing was difficult on Sunday on the village stretch of Chapel Farm.

This did, however, produce a very close match with Terry Moat just emerging the winner from Ted Seeby, Kevin Gaunt and Tony Ingram. Only eight ounces covered the four anglers.

RESULT: 1 Terry Moat 4lb 2oz, 2 Ted Seeby 3lb 14oz, 3 Kevin Gaunt 3lb 11oz, 4 Tony Ingram 3lb 10oz.

St Neots AC

THE result of the Roper Plaque fished on the Regatta Field on January 20 was an excellent win for Mark Rayner with four bream in his 19lb 6oz weight. Dennis Holliday was second and Chris Young third.

RESULT: 1 Mark Rayner 19lb 6oz, 2 Dennis Holliday 2lb 4oz, 3 Chris Young 14oz.

* Apologies for the absence of St Neots fixtures & results over the last few weeks.

Saturday

Godmanchester AS Saturday Open (King of the Rec) - Godmanchester Recreation Ground - Draw 11.30am - Fish 12.30-4.30pm

Cromwell Lake - Sweepstake - Draw 11.30am - Fish noon-3.30pm (two keepnets needed)

Ramsey AS - Junior Pike match - Round 5 - Ramsey St Marys - Draw 10.30am - Fish 11am-3pm

Sunday

HAJAC Pairs - New Lakes Decoy - Details Roy Whincup 01487 822333

Ramsey AS - W. Waterfield Open - Ramsey Narrows - Draw 8.15am - Fish 10am-3pm

Benwick AC - Meet Village - Draw 8am - Fish 9am-2pm

Tuesday

Lawn Farm - Golden Rod Match

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