2017 PRESENTATION NIGHT AND AGM
A great night was had by all at the 2017 AGM and presentation evening - well done to everyone who won and thanks to all who attended to have their say in how the club runs - as a club run by it's members for it's members it's great to have such good input and feedback, thanks! below are the list of winners with a selection of pictures.
Winter league 2016/2017: Derek Wood With 29 points and 159lb over 5 matches
Billy Barker Memorial: Pete Boggiano – 120lb 0oz [160lb!] from Bradshaw’s Lake 4
Highest match weight: Phil Zahra – 156lb 12oz from Heronbrrok canal – this is the highest ever recorded SMAC match weight – well done Phil!
Biggest Fish Award: Pete Boggiano – 14lb 4oz Mirror carp from Blundells East
Pairs Tournament winners: Dave Bennett & Jason Suggett [beating PhilZ and DaveC in the final]
Club Championship runner up: Steve Thomason with 63 points / 547lb total weight
Club Championship Winner: Carl O’Brien with 70 points / 763lb total weight
Wooden Spoon Award: Michael Crowther - 12 points from 11 matches at an avg of 1.09 points per match
NEW AWARD PRESENTATION
Top performing newcomer – Dave Bennett for finishing 7th in the league and winning the pairs tournament in his first year – special mention also to Jason Suggett who’s finished 14th in the league and also won the pairs
Tackle tart of the year – Ged Smith for turning up at every match with a new pole – special mention also goes to Martin Cook for his complete overhaul of tackle definitely not on an insurance scam
Biggest moaner – Tommy Edwards for constantly whinging about nothing – special mention goes to Eric Quinn for also constantly whinging about nothing
Most improved angler – Keith Thorne for an impressive season finishing 12th compared to 14th last year picking up 7 times along the way – special mention goes to Paul Tighe who’s also fished a cracking season compared to last year
Drawbag of the year – Jason Suggett for drawing pegs that the rest of us dream of apart from Phil Zahra who gets a special mention for drawing his own pool everytime his hand goes in the bag
most punctual reply to booking on texts – Alan Hesling for responding within seconds as he’s got nothing better to do!! Special mention goes to everyone else who responds quickly and doesn’t let us down – this really is an important factor in getting matches to run smoothly!!
worst excuses for booking off a match – Martin cook – Phil Zahra has some classic examples of his terrible excuses!
2017 FISHING HOLIDAY
2017 FISHING HOLIDAY - MANOR FARM LEISURE
Well what an amazing trip to manor farm we’ve all enjoyed! There was a huge amount of fish caught with 17 ton up weights and 1 double ton – 10 people broke their personal best match weights who are all listed below. Thanks to everyone who came, we’re already looking forward to next year’s event!
PERSONAL BEST WEIGHTS:
Pete Ransome – 110lb 7oz
Jason Suggett – 96lb 4oz
Pete Boggiano – 238lb 2oz
Dave Bennett – 191lb 0oz
Alan Hesling – 145lb 6oz
Martin Cook – 103lb 0oz
Adrian Wood – 171lb 14oz
Bob Chapman – 81lb 12oz
Stu Brown – 107lb 2oz
Chris Gabz – 139lb 14oz
Below are the picture galleries which we hope you enjoy!
Gallery 1 - Match results sheets - yellow = 1st / Pink = 2nd / Orange = 3rd
Gallery 2 - catch pictures
Gallery 3 - miscelleneous
2016 PRESENTATION NIGHT
A cracking night was had by all at the AGM and presentation night - congratulations to all the trophy winners!!
Pete Boggiano Picks up the 2015/16 Winter League Trophy
Ged Smith Picks up the Billy Barker Memorial Trophy for winning the first match of 2016 at Bradshaws number 4
Tony Webb picks up the highest match weight trophy for his 131lb at Hall Lane Bes's
Ian Clarkson looking shocked to be picking up the biggest fish trophy for his 12lb mirror at Heronbrook
Tony Webb and Carl O'Brien both (?) feeling the love for picking up the Pairs competition trophy
Phil Zahra and Phil Topham picking up the runners up cheque for the pairs tournament
Pete Boggiano picking up the individual Runner up Trophy
Phil Zahra picking up the Individual Leage Title from last years Champion
Michael Crowther picking up the coveted Wooden Spoon Award - keeping it in the family!!!