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Pairs League R1 2014

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

The first of this years Pairs matches was fished at Whalesborough Lake and the Middle Pound.  It was not the outcome expected with anglers struggling to catch on the Lake whilst Middle Pound on the whole produced the expected catches of roach.  It was a last minute decision by Simon Hockaday to fish in the middle of the Lake that paid off with a 5lb carp that combined with Len Codlins 4lb bag of redfins secured the opening win of the season for the Cod Fathers.  Top weight in the lake went to Adrian Hill with a 12lb bag of carp, partner Peter Giles banked 2lb 7ozs of roach from the Pound which secured second spot ahead of the reigning champions Me and My Boy.  Top weight in the Pound went to Nathan Underwood with 6lb bag of the silver bars.

Result (Whalesborough Weights First)

  1. The Cod Fathers                S Hockaday  5lb 6oz  L Codlin 4lb 1oz               13pts
  2. Bude Bay Pirates               A Hill 12lb 7oz            P Giles 2lb 7oz                 12pts
  3. Me and My Boy                  S Allen 5lb 4oz           D Allen 3lb 8oz                11pts
  4. New Team Faint Heart    D Edwards   6oz         D Turner 4lb 1oz              10.5pts
  5. New Halwill Hustlers       I Gray    1oz                 N Underwood 6lb 1oz     10pts
  6. TBA                                      A Larkins 1lb 9oz       P Braund  3lb 1oz             9pts
  7. Brendon All Stars             M Sampson 5oz          T Elias 2lb                          5pts
  8. The Old Boys                     G Pessell 2oz               D Foster 1lb 11oz               3pts

Pairs League Positions

  1. The Cod Fathers                      8pts
  2. Bude Bay Pirates                     7pts
  3. Me and My Boy                       6pts
  4. New Team Faint Heart          5pts
  5. New Halwill Hustlers            4pts
  6. TBA                                           3pts
  7. Brendon All Stars                   2pts
  8. The Old Boys                           1pt

Next Round Sunday 27th April