PENN SHORTS

Sea Angler (UK) - - MATCH FISHING -

Bog­nor Regis AAS open, West End Beach, Bog­nor Regis, West Sus­sex,

11 an­glers: 1 Steve Mid­dle­ton, Bog­nor Regis, 5 fish, 662pts, in­clud­ing heav­i­est fish, un­du­late ray (1pt); 2 Michael Joy, 7, 329; 3 Wayne Hart, Bog­nor Regis AAS, 5, 264.

Char­ity open in me­mory of Ash­ley Vance, Isle of Grain fore­shore,

Kent, 45 an­glers: Jt 1 Trevor Cousins, Maid­stone & Tony Mal­one, Isle of Grain, both 30cm floun­ders, Paul Vance, & Tony Clut­ter­buck, both Isle of Grain, both 30cm eel (4pts).

Fur­ness FA RNLI open, Pri­ory Point, Ulver­ston, Cum­bria, 34

an­glers: 1 Mark Lamb, Bar­row, 7 fish, 225cm, in­clud­ing long­est fish, 42cm floun­der (3pts); 2 Ian Mur­phy, Askam, 6, 211cm (2); 3 Ged Stevens, Bar­row, 5, 177cm (1). Hast­ings & St Leonards AA open, Hast­ings, East Sus­sex, 24 an­glers: 1 Ali Har­vey, Wor­thing, 2-12-0 (2pts); 2 Ian Hop­per, Eastbourne, 2-9-0 (1). Jake and Alan’s sum­mer open sweep­stake, Sept 8, can­celled.

J D Wether­spoon 2018 open, in sup­port of Young Lives vs Can­cer (Clic Sar­gent), Pwll­heli beach,

Gwynedd, 29 an­glers: 1 Gary Wood, Holy­head, 11 bass, 340cm (2pts); 2 Karl Nan­gle, Grimsby, 2 bass, 66cm (1); 3 Alan Price, Rhyl, 2 bass, 65cm. Lincs open, Sept 8, can­celled. More­cambe Bay open, More­cambe, Lancs, 36 an­glers: 1 Gareth Grif­fiths, Bar­row, 7-13-0 thorn­back ray (3pts); 2 Steve Turner, Ken­dal, 6-14-0 thorn­back ray (2); 3 Reg­gie Unsworth, Wi­gan, 1-14-0 plaice (1).

Sa­malite Ch­e­sil League & opens,

Bex­ing­ton, Dorset, 23 an­glers: 1 Jeff Fisk, Bournemouth, 10-13-0 (2pts); 2 Rus­sell Pre­ston, Bris­tol, 9-8-0 (1). SAMF York­shire Sum­mer League, Cour­taulds, Im­ming­ham, NE Lincs, 20 an­glers:

1 Ge­orge Smith, Grimsby, 148pts (2pts); 2 Tom Mar­shall, Flam­bor­ough 108 (1).

SAMF York­shire Sum­mer League, Bar­ton wa­ter’s edge, East Yorks, 20

an­glers: 1 Garry Hut­son, Cleethor­pes, 204pts (2pts); 2 J Mor­ris, 170 (1); 3 Si­mon Dray­ton, Gains­bor­ough, 119. League – Si­mon Dray­ton, 3pts;

2 Garry Hut­son, 5; 3 Tom Mar­shall, 6. Scot­tish Match League rnd 5, Pow­foot beach, Dum­fries & Gal­loway, Sept 30, can­celled.

Sol­way Vik­ings SAC Open Shore Cham­pi­onship, Bal­cary Bay to Fin­narts Point, South Ayr­shire,

11 an­glers: 1 Paul McKie, 9-13-0 bull huss & heav­i­est bag, 14-8-0 (1pt); 2 Wil­lie Wat­son, 6-15-0 bull huss; 3 Ge­orge Gar­diner, 3-15-0 pol­lack.

Steven Hall memo­rial heav­i­est fish open, Cleve­leys, Lancs,

38 an­glers: 1 Andy White­side, Fleet­wood, 0.77kg dog­fish (3pts); 2 Dave Hutchin­son, More­cambe, 0.72kg codling (2); 3 Si­mon Daw­ber, Wi­gan, 0.54kg codling (1). SWWASAC sum­mer open, Aber­avon, Neath, 27 an­glers: 1 Shaun Tucker, Swansea, 810cm (2pts); 2 Mike Mather, Pyle, 729cm (1).

Vic­to­ria open, Llan­dudno North

Shore, Conwy, 40 an­glers: 1 Alan Hughes, Holy­head, 24-6-0 (4pts); 2 Mike Peters, Queens­ferry, 17-0-0 (3); 3 James Fraser, Holy­head, 16-9-8 (2). Zone – Shane Rus­sell, Col­wyn Bay, 13-0-3 (1); Heav­i­est fish – Adrian Cooper, Grimsby, bull huss (1). West Coast Shore League rnd 6, Kil­lala, Co Mayo, 12 an­glers: 1 Sean Ivory, Gal­way Bay SAC 34 fish, 870pts (1pt); 2 Fi­acra McKenna, Cor­rane SAC, 25, 736; 3 Brian Reidy, Gal­way Bay SAC, 25, 638.

West Coast Tackle League rnd 9, Gynn Wall, Blackpool, Lancs,

33 an­glers: 1 Phil Pape, Mary­port, 127cm (3pts); 2 Andy Young, Lan­caster, 111cm (2); 3 Si­mon Dray­ton, Gains­bor­ough, 87cm (1). Wey­mouth An­gling So­ci­ety Shore Fes­ti­val, Dorset rover, 54 an­glers: 1 Phil Cheese­man, Wey­mouth, 145pts (5pts); 2 Pete Hegg, Port­land, 110 (4); 3 Billy Short, Wey­mouth, 95 (3). Heav­i­est fish – Ja­son Bu­gler, Wey­mouth, 2-14-0 (2).

Wey­mouth & Port­land Bor­ough Coun­cil Shore Fes­ti­val, Dorset rover,

54 an­glers: 1 Dave Lane, Wey­mouth, 195pts, in­clud­ing heav­i­est fish, 4-10-0 con­ger eel (5pts); 2 John Burt, Wey­mouth, 105 (4); 3 Mark Ayles, Wey­mouth, 100 (3). Work­ing­ton & Dis­trict SAC heav­i­est fish open, White­haven North Pier to Grass­lot Pier, Cum­bria, Sept 16, can­celled.

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