JVAC lads fin­ish run­ners-up in the big Su­per­cup Fi­nal

Angling - Sensa Mark One dom­i­nate East­ern Re­gion Shield

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport - By Ken Wade ANGLING CORRESPONDENT

It was a day to re­mem­ber for the JVAC lads tak­ing part in the Angling Times/Bait-Tech Su­per­cup Fi­nal at Barston Lakes on Satur­day. They took the run­ners-up spot, but fell 17 points off the clear win­ners Cwm­bran Angling Nob­blers.

Our city side had a mixed bag of pegs at the draw which did not help and some very poor con­di­tions through­out the day, but I have to say they put in a crack­ing team ef­fort and they had Andy Kelk take fourth place with 66lb 1oz

Team re­sult: 1 Cwm­bran Angling Nob­blers 20pts; 2 JVAC, 37; 3 JL Tackle, 37;

In­di­vid­ual re­sult: 1 Ja­son Or­win (Kerr’s of Os­sett) 170lb 5oz; 2 Sean Wil­son (Cwm­bran Angling Nob­blers) 90lb 13oz; 3 Adam Ran­dall (Bot­tisham AC) 87lb 7oz; 4 Andy Kelk (JVAC) 66lb 1oz.


Andy Gaus­den has been one of the main play­ers in this year’s Su­per­cup team but missed out on a place in the JVAC side that took the run­ners-up spot in the fi­nal due to work com­mit­ments.

He made up for it on Sun­day fish­ing the club’ s match on the Cedar Pool at De­coy Lakes.

He took a com­fort­able vic­tory from peg 24 fish­ing shal­low with cast­ers then later switched to the mar­gins to fin­ish with 201lb 12oz.

Run­ner- up was Mike Mitchell, who caught close in all day from peg 18 for 192lb 4 oz, then came Dave C or co ran on 190lb2 oz. He caught bar­bel on red mag­got.


It has been a re­ally good week­end for lo­cal sides fish­ing ma­jor events as the Sen­sas Mark One squad com­pletely dom­i­nated the East­ern Re­gion Shield match fished on the Mid­dle Level Drain on Sun­day.

The only down­side to the day was the lack of num­bers fish­ing this pres­ti­gious team event. A com­plete over­haul is needed to get it all back on track.

Let’s take noth­ing away from the Mark One sides though. It was still a very strong line-up.

They took the top three team plac­ings which I am sure will go down as a record, prob­a­bly never to be achieved again.

Sen­sas Mark One ( Red) made up of Dave Wil­liams, Chris Lynn, Andy Spencer, Jack Da­mant and Mike Kirby took the ti­tle with a 46-point scorecard and also had the added plea­sure of see­ing Spencer top the in­di­vid­ual list with 8.30kg from D sec­tion and team-mate Jack Dam ant fin­ish run­ner-up with 7.14kg from E sec­tion.

The squad will now switch their at­ten­tion to the up­com­ing East Mid­land Win­ter League tand an ea­gerly-awauted bat­tle woth Brown­ing Ho- trods.


Peter­bor­ough &Dis­trict AA held their lat­est fix­ture on­the high bank at Gun­wade Lake, Ferry Mead­ows.

With no wind to speak of and bright sun­shine it was no sur­prise to see the weights lower than an­tic­i­pated.

Out in front in a very evenly con­tested match fish­ing peg 28 on long pole was Nigel Briggs with a good net of roach for 8lb 12oz taken on hempseed.

Run­ner-up from peg 32 was Mike Smith catch­ing roach and hy­brids on a long pole us­ing worm and mag­got over ground­bait for a weight of 7lb 3oz. Third was Richard Lin­nell with 6lb 4 oz.

The JVAC team that fin­ished sec­ond in the Su­per­cup Fi­nal.

Kevin Sch­nei­der won­the Hot­point match.

Nigel Briggs was a win­ner at Ferry Mead­ows.

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