Everett takes win at Redbridge Silverfish Lakes
PUBLISHED: 18:01 10 September 2012
Everett and Bridge enjoy success at Redbridge Silverfish Lakes
Redbridge Silverfish Lakes costcutter Thursday matches started with success for B Everett, as he took top spot with a total catch of 23lbs 6ozs.
Second went to N Warren with 23lbs 3ozs and third was K Matthews 20lbs 4ozs.
Elm Park & Hornchurch fished their Jenkinson Memorial Match at their Doddinghurst Lake.
Top weight went to John Aldis with 99lbs 6ozs, well ahead of runner-up Bernie Hamilton, whose total catch was 29lbs 14ozs.
Third was Peter Jones with 26lbs 3ozs, fourth was Keith Austin with 15lbs 13ozs and Colin Luff fifth with 14lbs 3ozs.
Steve Little came sixth with 12lbs 8ozs 8dms.
G Bridge was the winner of the Saturday Open at Redbridge Silverfish Lakes with 28lbs 8ozs, ahead of J Young with 23lbs 12ozs.
M Linford was third with 20lbs 2ozs, just ahead of P Cooper with 19lbs 8ozs.
Gordon Bullock was fifth with a total catch of 18lbs 4ozs, ahead of S Blower with 17lbs 12ozs.
It was a 39-peg match for the Saturday Open on Tylers Common’s Horseshoe Lake where Mark Brown came out on top with a total of 152lbs 4ozs.
Second place went to Ben Reynolds who has been fishing for only two months and collected 84lbs 4ozs, while third went to Richard Wager on 81lbs 8ozs.
G Burton was fourth with 81lbs, Dave Harold took fifth with 80lbs, while Graham Dack was sixth with 77lbs 13ozs. Seventh went to A Kuzas on 77lbs 4ozs, while Lee Edwards finished eighth with 73lbs.
The Redbridge Sunday open went to Mark Linford with 17lbs 12ozs, while M Herbert finished runner-up with 14lbs 10ozs.
D Selic took third with 11lbs 8ozs, while B Davies was fourth with 10lbs 7ozs.
B Everett finished fifth with 10lbs 2ozs, and Gordon Bullock sixth with 8lbs 4ozs.
Active Angling fished Hartlylands on Nicks Lake where top weight went to Les Attfield on 34lbs 4ozs.
S Kempton finished second with 28lbs 8ozs, third went to Ted Etty with 27lbs 7ozs, while K Mason and S Davis were fourth and fifth respectively.
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