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Sunday, 14 October 2012

Filling In The Gaps (Again)!!

Shiplate, 7 October, Psv vs Frys

Following our previous interclub match with Frys at Shiplate back in May which Frys dubiously claimed to have won???? it was our turn to host the rematch.
Psv had 17 fishing against Frys' 13 so each of the 3 lakes had a section of 10 with a payout of First, Second and Silvers overall plus top 2 and a silvers on each section so 12 payouts in all.
The top 10 results overall from both clubs were counted to decide the winner.
All three lakes fished well with the lower numbers on Hawthorns being especially useful and producing the top weight for Pete Sivell on peg 1 (85-2)  and 3rd for Matt Taynton on peg 3 (79-15).
Alan Healy worked his magic on the Carp lake for second place with 81-8 made up of just 5 carp including a 13-6 Grass Carp and 16-2 of silvers.
Westpool however was the most consistent section with five weights over 40lbs.
Shiplate's famous "big skimmers" showed up in all sections with Psv's Chris Szakacs weighing in five of them in his 32-0 winning silvers weight from peg 5 on the carp lake.
Bragging rights went to Psv with a convincing overall victory!

Overall:
1.  Pete Sivell (Frys) ..... Hawthorns 1 .... 85-2
2. Alan Healy (psv) ..... Carp Lake 14 .... 81-8
Silvers: Chris Szakacs (psv) ... Carp Lake 5 ... 32-0

Hawthorns:
1. Matt Taynton (psv) ... peg 3 ..... 79-15
2. Stewart Riddle (psv) ... peg 11 ... 48-14
Silvers: John Gingell (frys) ... peg 5 ... 10-3

Westpool:
1. Mike Smith (psv) ... peg 15 ..... 65-9
2. Andy Curry (frys) ... peg 9 ..... 59-14
Silvers: John Macey (frys) ... peg 5 .... 17-4

Carp Lake:
1. Steve Preece (frys) .... peg 1 ... 59-8
2. Jason Bird (frys) .... peg 11 .... 37-4
Silvers: Eddie Wynne (psv) ... peg 6 .... 28-0

Al Healy with his 13-6 Grass Carp from the main lake

 























And finally .... a competition!!

Win a luxury spa weekend break for 2 at a 5* hotel on Siston Common.  All you need to do is explain in less than fifty words how you would fit 10 anglers on a 15 peg lake so that every angler has an empty peg next to him!
Answers on a postcard please to: matchorganiser@giveusafrigginbreak.com  



Viaduct, Match Lake, 14 October

Unfortunately, due to having to cook Sunday lunch for the wife, kids and outlaws I wasn't present at this one but it was a successful day for Luke Tanner on peg 52 winning the match with 65-12 and the £100 golden peg!

Result:
  1. Luke Tanner (52) ...... 65-12
  2. Mark Radford (49) .... 40-6
  3. Alan Healy (51) ........ 39-0
  4. Derick Lucas (44) ...... 31-8
  5. Matt Taynton (45) ...... 27-4
  6. Darren North (43) ...... 23-4
  7. Pete Uzzell (39) ......... 22-14
  8. Adam Caswell (42) .... 21-11
  9. Simon Belcham (48) ... 20-2
  10. Paul Reed (50) ......... 16-3
  11. Rich Jones (47) ......... 15-8
  12. Ryan Radford (40) ..... 14-10
  13. Steve Tanner (41) ...... 14-0
  14. Steve Wynne (46) ...... 8-6

2 comments:

  1. Steve, your link does not work to that site i think your winding us up, and thats easy with the following pegging

    peg 1, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9,10, 12,13 and 15, thats 10 pegs on a 15 peg venue with each person having an empty peg. ill take the holiday voucher next match Will.

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