Angling results and fixtures

15:38 05 September 2012

Open and club match results and fixtures.

• OPEN MATCHES

Bridge Farm, Litcham: Ricky James (Southery) 118lb 4oz, Dave Bates (Dereham & District AC) 112lb 0oz, John Buck (Bridge Farm) 83lb 8oz

Marsh Trail Lakes Open Lake C: Neville Cook 53lb 5oz, Graham Binks (Angling Direct) 51lb 12oz, John Catchpole 48lb 0oz. Section A: Matt Read 43lb 2oz. Section B: Tony Burden 38lb 13oz

Harleston, Wortwell & District AC Ashford Cup (Middle & Club Pits): J Randell (Sensas Future) 110lb 12oz (Club Pit, Peg 26). Club Pit: Simon Elliott (Angling Direct/Suffolk) 66lb 14oz, David Redgrave (Harleston) 46lb 0oz, G Binks (Angling Direct/Suffolk) 45lb 10oz. Middle Pit: D Reeve (Angling Direct/Suffolk) 70lb 2oz, D Elliott (Harleston) 57lb 12oz, A Tuck (Angling Direct/Suffolk) 31lb 15oz

Nisa Feeder League Round 11: J Taylor (Sensas Mark 1) 29lb 4oz, M Pollard (Suffolk Ad) 27lb 10oz, K Gosling (Nisa Waveney) 24lb 2oz, A Wilson-Sutter (Yarmouth)23lb 0oz, G Carter (Nisa Waveney) 23lb 0oz, A Gibbons (NDAA) 22lb 3oz

Paul Day Memorial (River Bure): D Botley (DAIWA AD) 24lb 0oz, A Gibbons (NDAA) 16lb 0oz, A Farrow (Wymondham) 11lb 9oz

Cross Drove (Weds): G Burden (Cross Drove) 125lb 5oz, R Finch (Deben) 86lb 12oz, I Shipp (Cross Drove) 72lb 8oz. (Sat): R Bond (Bury) 75lb 10oz, P Goldstraw (Stanjay) 68lb 1oz, R Smart (Norwich) 65lb 4oz. (Sun): R Bond (Bury) 121lb 12oz, G Kiddelll (Big hits) 94lb 3oz, M Woods (Emneth) 76lb 1oz

Hill Farm, Banham: W Chapman (Harleston) 77lb 11oz, S Rouse (Martham) 59lb 7oz, D Chadwick (Wymondham) 59lb 6oz

Mill Farm (Sun): G Young (Tunnel Barn) 106lb 10oz, D Magimm (Tacolston) 96lb 4oz, P Macrow (Thetford) 82lb 0oz. (Mon): K Clark (Acle) 100lb 6oz, D Maggim (Tacolston) 94lb 6oz, N Paske (Dereham) 76lb 4oz

Barford: D Brydon (Sax Angling) 83lb 7oz, W Martin (Matrix/Barford) 80lb 0oz, M Wiles (AMG) 52lb 11oz

Willow: D Cooper (Norwich) 102lb 3oz, C Cooper (Norwich) 73lb 3oz, P Ashfod (Barford) 66lb 3oz

• CLUB MATCHES

Dereham & District AC (Bridge Farm, Litcham): Neil Paske 90lb 12oz, Dave Bates 82lb 0oz, Steve Brown 63lb 11oz

Bungay Cherry Tree AC (Hinderclay): William J Hunt 42lb 4oz, S Woodcock 29lb 0oz, T Buck 27lb 2oz

Norfolk and Suffoks Vets (Topcroft): J Hammond 55lb 10oz, D Brand 55lb 8oz, M Dobson 44lb 10oz

Aldeby: D Roe 51lb 2oz, J Hammond 50lb 8oz, J Beckham 38lb 0oz

Stalham (Bartles Lodge): A Watson 220lb 0oz, D Agass 141lb 1oz, M Charlewood 131lb 1oz

Mulbarton (Besthorpe): P Dimmer 47lb 0oz, G Kettle 44lb 10oz, S Parker 40lb 7oz

Romany (Besthorpe): Carl Innes 140lb 6oz, S Denmark 139lb 11oz, T Smith 117lb 0oz

UG Pairs (Melton Ponds): R Laytham and G Widdington 40lb 12oz, S Whitting and D Bray 20lb 4oz

Norfolk Police (River Bure): M Brown 20lb 7oz, S Creasy 17lb 11oz, D Ringwood 16lb 12oz

Wagglers (Hill Farm): S Crowe 80lb 9oz, M Mantle 75lb 0oz, B Able 61lb 0oz

Ealham Silvers (River Yare): D Hutchinson 9lb 12oz, C Hinsley 7lb 1oz, S Bowman 6lb 13oz

Attleborough MG (Besthorpe): K Green 54lb 12oz, M Peek 36lb 3oz, A Scarfe 27lb 14oz

Zenith (Railway): J Broomfield 40lb 12oz, P Clinton 39lb 3oz, J Rowell 35lb 2oz

Topcroft: J Broomfield 50lb 6oz, B Smith 33lb 0oz, J Rowell 32lb 8oz

Wymondham (Park Farm): J Turner 25lb 6oz, K Clarke 23lb 4oz, I Newitt 21lb 8oz

Costessy Crown (Railway): R Yates 45lb 6oz, J Pulsford 38lb 8oz, N Cooke 34lb 3oz

Oddfellows (Colton): N Kopti 75lb 8oz, D Mason 66lb 10oz, J Gill 59lb 10oz

Codgers (Railway): R Taylor 60lb 11oz, J Tink 58lb 8oz, M Girling 49lb 12oz

Freedman (Barford): A Humphrey 148lb 10oz, S Humphery 93lb 8oz, M Rogers 51lb 12oz

Lacons (Abbey Waters): P Nicholls 116lb 1oz, D Cook 49lb 7oz, R Jordan 26lb 10oz

Codgers (Barford): T Wright 57lb 0oz, R Harris 41lb 5oz, R Taylor 35lb 04. (Barford): G Bannister 31lb 14oz, D Barker 28lb 4oz, G Rackham 24lb 1oz

St Andrews (Abbey Waters): B Maskell 37lb 0oz, M Hood 27lb 12oz, A Platten 26lb 12oz

Hookers (Abbey Waters): Gwen Raynor 82lb 0oz, T Staff 62lb 0oz, D Confer 50lb 0oz

• FIXTURES

Bridge Farm: will be running a winter league on the following dates October 7, 21, November 4 and 18. To book in for these matches ring 01328 701699

Marsh Trail Lakes Open Lake A: Saturday, draw 9am, fish 10am–4pm £19 per head all in fee, optional golden and silver pegs standing at £150, maximum 20-peg match. David on 07913 115610 or 01502 476219

North Cove & Barnby AC Open Match: The annual Claude Larkin cup will be fished on the River Waveney at North Cove on Sunday, September 23, draw club car park 9am, fish 10.30am–3.30 pm, £10 a head all in fee, Richard 01502 514682 or 07796 437381

Mill Farm: Sunday, Monday, Thursday 13, 01953 452769

Barford/Fox: Tomorrow, Saturday, Barford 01603 759624

Cross Drove: Saturday, Sunday, 01842 828102

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