Round-up: East Mids Winter League kicks off

Angling with Stan and Fizz

ANGLING

EAST MIDLANDS WINTER LEAGUE

THE first round of this year’s league was fished on the Nene at Peterborough on Sunday.

There are only six teams in the league, with Wades and Peterborough having merged under the Garbolino Peterborough banner, and Mark One only fielding one team.


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There were sections at Orton Down, Railworld and Middleholme. All the best weights came from Middleholme with the matchwinner, Hotrods’ Jon Hazelden, weighing in 15lb 12oz ahead of teammate Will Freeman.

Teamwise, Maver Bait-tech were the winners on the day by 10 points. Fox Match Stanjay Gold finished in second spot with four section wins from Anthony Watling, Martin Caldecoat, Lee Klimczuk and Jon Whincup, plus a second from Mark Pollard, counteracted by three last-in-sections.

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Peterborough were third and Hotrods and Mark One equal fourth.

RESULT: 1. Jon Hazelden Browning Hotrods 15lb 12oz, 2. Will Freeman Browning Hotrods 12lb 15oz, 3.Barry Wiggington Maver Bait-tech 10lb 15oz, 4. James Drakulic Fox Match Stanjay Gold 10lb 11oz, 5. Paul Wright Garbolino Peterborough 9lb 3oz.

Teams : 1. Maver Bait-tech 22pts, 2. Fox Match Stanjay Gold 32pts, 3. Garbolino Peterborough 34pts, =4 Browning Hotrods & MarkOne 35pts, 6. Fox Match Stanjay Red 45pts.

RAMSEY AS

SUNDAY’S match at Staffurths Bridge was a very close contest with only ounces between the top three. Winner Duncan Folkes included a tench in his weight.

RESULT: 1. Duncan Folkes 5lb 1oz, 2. Andrew Kilby 5lb, 3. Paul Kilby 4lb 14oz.

ANGLING TRUST PIKE MATCH

THIS qualifier was fished on the Narrows and 23 pike were caught, the biggest of which was 15lb 12oz. The top two, who qualify for the 2011 final were Ray Clear (Stilton) with 26lb 14oz and Carl Schindler (Leics) with 19lb 6oz.

BENWICK AC

MAGPIE Lake at Pidley was the venue for Sunday’s match which was won by Brandon Goulding.

RESULT: 1. Brandon Goulding 39lb 7oz, 2. Kevin Gaunt 28lb 4oz, 3. Terry Fairbrother 22lb 10oz.

LAWN FARM

LAST week’s Golden Rod Match was the Andy Pollard Memorial fished on Andy’s favourite lake, Willow. Twenty-one anglers took part and the match was won by Mick Sonnett from peg 36 with 45lb 6oz.

RESULT: 1. Mick Sonnett Godmanchester 45lb 6oz, =2 Jim Garrety Ramsey and Chris Young St Neots 37lb 11oz.

HEADFEN LAKES

DAVE Priestley won the qualifier on Snake Lake on Saturday.

1. Dave Priestley Shipshape Tackle 108lb 6oz, 2. Steve Jackson Headfen 96lb, 3. Richard Bond Bury St Edmunds 94lb 7oz.

CROSS DROVE

TONY Watling won Wednesday’s match and also one of the golden pegs from peg 67 with 72lb 3oz.

RESULT: 1. Tony Watling Fox Match Stanjay 72lb 3oz, 2. Rodney Finch Deben 66lb 9oz, 3. Stuart Bracey Dynamite Baits 62lb 9oz.

Saturday

RESULT: 1. Jim Barrowman Lewis’s Anglers World 58lb 4oz, 2. Alan Tuck Van Den Eynde 52lb 2oz, 3. Mick Bartrum DAD 46lb 10oz, 4. Andy Leathers Browning Hotrods 42lb 6oz.

Sunday

RESULT: 1. Neil Parkinson Dynamite Middy 84lb 6oz, 2. Dave Pearce Snr Wisbech 76lb, 3. Gordon Pearce Banham 68lb 6oz.

FISHING FIXTURES

TODAY (WEDNESDAY)

Cross Drove Fishery – Qualifier – Draw 8.45am – Fish 10am-4pm.

SATURDAY

Godmanchester AS – Open Match – Recreation Ground – Draw 12 noon – Fish 1pm-6pm.

Cross Drove Fishery – Qualifier – Draw 8.45am – Fish 10am-4pm.

SUNDAY

East Midlands Winter League – Open Match – River Nene Oundle – Draw Rose & Crown Market Square Oundle

Ramsey AS – Phil Aldred Memorial – Forty Foot (High Numbers) – Draw 8am – Fish 9am-2pm.

St Ives AS – Contact Chris Geeson for details – Draw 7.30am.

Benwick AC – Chapel Farm – Village end

Head Fen – Qualifier Five – Trev’s Lake – Draw 8.45am – Fish 10am – 4pm

Cross Drove Fishery – Qualifier – Draw 8.45am – Fish 10am-4pm.

TUESDAY

Lawn Farm – Golden Rod Match – Honeysuckle lake – Draw 9am – Details 01954 718269.

WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 13

Cross Drove Fishery – Qualifier – Draw 8.45am – Fish 10am-4pm.

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