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Fisher takes the top spot in Berkswell

Redditch Editorial 3rd Jul, 2014 Updated: 18th Oct, 2016

MATCHBOROUGH Junior Fishing Club held a match at Lavender Hall Fishery in Berkswell on Saturday and Neve Fisher finished top of the pile with a catch of 14lb 12oz.

Second was Connor Cronin with 13lb 10oz and third was Ben Tidmarsh with 10lb 14oz.

Catches were also made by Josh Barker (9lb 1oz), Lewis Wood (8lb 11oz) and Brandon Green (3lb 13oz).

The club are looking for new members and more details are available on the club’s Facebook page or by calling Rob Wood on 07850 802303.

DARK Lane AC held their second Aggregate match on a rising River Arrow at Alcester where Simon Howl caught two barbel and a chub for a winning 12lb 4oz.

In second spot was Steve Aspindale with 8lb 8oz and third was Jamie Aspindale with 7lb 14oz.

The section winners were Barry Blewett, Kirsty Robins and Pete Lewis.

ON SUNDAY the same river was dropping well at Coughton for the Throckmorton AC fund-raiser open where 30 anglers took part and the winner was Pete Lewis with a fine dace catch weighing in at 18lb 3oz.

Runner-up was Andy Peters with 14lb 4oz, third was Mick Keen with 9lb 13oz and fourth was Barry Blewett with 9lb 3oz.

The section winners were Paul Murray (7lb 10oz), Phil O’Donnell (6lb 4oz) and Richard Hall (5lb 1oz).

EIGHTEEN anglers took part in Throckmorton AC’s second Thursday evening three-hour match on the River Arrow at Coughton where new member Jack Dean had a fine 14lb 1oz chub catch.

Second was Andy Peters with 10lb 15oz and third was Paul Caswell with 9lb 9oz.

The section winners were Phil Smith (9lb 6oz) and Barry Blewett (5lb 15oz).

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