Monday, 17 October 2016


With MATRIX-Trentmen taking the honours on the first match you can guarantee that the other teams wanted to make amends and challenge this early lead . The day started with rain but it did not dampen the spirits as after the great weights of round 1 the air was full of expectancy for more great weights however this time the water on is coming in cold and late in the match . With the water gin clear how will it fish ?

Jamie Tarplee with friends at Waterside ............keeping him company

First fish of the day

Lee Bennet .......its official ..... he does not like Pike , worm and maggot and his hooked fish !!

Jay fell on the Abbey

Clive Lloyd on Proctors

Clive's section win on Proctor's with 10750 gr

 David Mellors with 4th on Waterside

David's Friends ......appears to be MAS tradition

David with 3.700 gr on the Waterside

Martin Jaques took 2550 gr for 5th on 1860

Tony Beech was in good company with Swinno to his right

Twins separated at birth

John Harper continuing his good form with another good display on the Greens , 1st in section with 5650 gr .

Phil Mattock with a creditable 4th on Proctors with 3000 gr

John kilby took a 4th on the Kegworth LEF section with 2650 gr

Tony Marshall with 2nd on Greens with 4550 gr

Dan Jones of Matrix Trent men with 5700 gr on Proctors

Captain of Starlets Darran Bickerton with a  creditable 4th and 3350 gr

Sam Merry on Proctors with 3225 gr and 5th in section for Wigston

Kegworth Colmic angler Ross Winfield with a 2nd in section with 3650 gr

Mick Hitchin on 'The-Peg' 1st place on the day

2nd place Sean Ashby

3rd place Clive Lloyd

Long Eaton angler Mick Hitchins followed his team mate from previous round 1 to the same peg and did the business for the 2nd week running  12650 gr ...... Great result pal !
In second place was England International Kaman Starlets Sean Ashby with 11500 gr
In third place was Midland Angling Supplies Clive Lloyd with 10750 gr
In 4th was MATRIX - Trentman Matt Godfrey with 8450r
and in 5th Paul Taylor from the Wigstonians with 6050r , well done chap , richly deserved.

So Kamasan announce they are still in the hunt with a masterful display with 27 points and first on the day . In second place tied were Quorn and Trentmen with 37 points and in 4th were Wigston on 38 points . The day was close for all the teams compared to the first WL1 and Trent men still lead by just one point !

WL3 next Sunday !

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