McGuire nets victory

PUBLISHED: 10:18 02 August 2010 | UPDATED: 10:18 02 August 2010

THE final Evening Match at Thriplow Reservoir on Friday, July 30, resulted in a win for Jamie McGuire with 16lbs 12oz.

THE final Evening Match at Thriplow Reservoir on Friday, July 30, resulted in a win for Jamie McGuire with 16lbs 12oz.

Second was Andy Jarvis with 16lbs 5oz while Kelvin Stanford secured third place with 15lbs and gained sufficient points to win the series with a total of 35 points.

Andrea Wright was second overall with 31 points, but won the overall Aggregate Weight Trophy.

Third place was shared by Ric Arber, Andy Jarvis and Jamie McGuire all on 30 points.

The results of the Third Presidents’ Cup Match combined with the pairs match, which were fished at Magpie Lake at Waterbeach on Sunday, August 1, are as follows :-

The Pairs Match was won by Brian Newman and Steve McGuire with a combined weight of 116lbs 4oz.

The PC match was won by Andy Day, of Rugby AC with 121lbs 2oz, second was Ian Palmer of Rugby AC with 100lbs 9oz while Steve McGuire was third with 75lbs 10oz.

The Ladies Match combined with the Charity Match will be fished at Thriplow Reservoir on Saturday, August 7.

The Charity match this year is in aid of Milton Childrens’ Hospice and the draw will be at 1pm, with fishing taking place between 2-7pm. Match fee of £5 donation. No pool will be held but a bankside raffle will be held.


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