Stanjay A lead the way at Lawn Farm

Lawn Farm Teams of Four THE Stanjay A team of Ricky Young, Dean Lack, Steve Sharp and Kevin Medlock recorded a fantastic team victory on Sunday. The team, who were already in a comfortable lead in the league, had three section wins plus a second place to

Lawn Farm Teams of Four

THE Stanjay A team of Ricky Young, Dean Lack, Steve Sharp and Kevin Medlock recorded a fantastic team victory on Sunday.

The team, who were already in a comfortable lead in the league, had three section wins plus a second place to record a total score of just five points - 10 ahead of second-placed Garbolino Sensas.

With only one round to go, these two teams are in the top places in the league with Stanjay A leading by an impressive 23pts.


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RESULT: Willow Lake: 1 Nigel Fawkes Garbolino Sensas 38lb, 2 Ricky Young Stanjay A 35lb 8oz.

Honeysuckle Lake: 1 Dean Lack Stanjay A 20lb 3oz, 2 Clive Cole Ouse Valley 17lb 12oz.

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Teams on day: 1 Stanjay A 5pts, 2 Garbolino Sensas 15pts, 3 Hot Rods Red 19pts, 4= Stanjay Blue/Ouse Valley 20pts.

League (one match to go): 1 Stanjay A 50pts, 2 Garbolino Sensas 73pts, 3 Hot Rods Red 77pts, 4 Stanjay Browning 83pts, 5 Ouse Valley 87pts.

Cromwell Lake

WITH an icy easterly wind blowing, the weights were unexpectedly good in Saturday's match at Cromwell Lake.

Steve Welford, drawn on peg 11, caught a lovely net of big bream, carp and tench to weigh in 60lb 1oz. The first four bream weighed in at more than 23lb.

Ray Myring was second with 49lb 4oz - enough to have won most matches on the venue - and Mark Dickerson, very consistent at the moment, was third with 23lb 6oz.

Mention must also be made of young Tom Myring, Ray's grandson, who caught a carp of 3lb 4oz to finish ahead of four anglers, Stan included.

RESULT: 1 Steve Welford Browning Hotrods 60lb 1oz, 2 Ray Myring St Ives 49lb 4oz, 3 Mark Dickerson Stanjay MG 23lb 6oz, 4 Ricky Ashwell GOT Baits 17lb 6oz, 5 Steve Ashwell GOT Baits 13lb 6oz; 6 Jason Roslyn Cromwell Lake 8lb 5oz.

Cross Drove

THE two day final, with a first prize of £1,000, was fished this weekend. With weather more like December than April, many of those present really struggled.

Steve Jackson, from Lakenheath, emerged the winner with a total weight of 58lb 15oz after a match win on Saturday and third place on Sunday - though Sunday's top two anglers Vince Cross and Neil Parkinson ran him quite close.

OVERALL RESULT: 1 Steve Jackson Lakenheath 58lb 15oz, 2 Vince Cross Ixworth 53lb 9oz, 3 Neil Parkinson Dynamite Middy 49lb 1oz, 4 Steve Clarke VDE Image 37lb 4oz, 5 Simon Easey Stanjays 35lb 14oz, 6 Dennis Page Henlow 34lb.

Lawn Farm Golden Rod

FISHING was better than in recent weeks, with the match taking place on Willow Lake last Tuesday. George Tebb was the winner, catching 27lb 9oz of carp and skimmers on the pole from peg seven. Chris Young was second and John Rutter was third.

RESULT: 1 George Tebb Bury St Edmunds 27lb 9oz, 2 Chris Young St Neots 17lb 15oz, 3 John Rutter Royston 17lb 1oz.

Grahams Pond

DESPITE a bitterly cold wind there was a good and close contest on Saturday, with Ian Reece recording his first match win at the venue. He caught 8lb 12oz of small tench and crucians from peg 11. Pat Magillop was second with 7lb 10oz and Tony Watling came third.

RESULT: 1 Ian Reece 8lb 12oz, 2 Pat Magillop 7lb 10oz, 3 Tony Watling 4lb 12oz.

Headfen Lakes

FISHERY manager Marcus Bailey was the winner of Saturday's qualifier on Snake Lake at Head Fen with 52lb 2oz.

RESULT: 1 Marcus Bailey Headfen 52lb 2oz, 2 Mark Carter Headfen 49lb 8oz, 3= Steve Gifford/Alan Lee 45lb 14oz, 5 Paul Hendy Stanjay MG 37lb 8oz.

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