Waller wades in with biggest weight

PUBLISHED: 12:50 05 October 2009 | UPDATED: 16:08 11 May 2010

ROYSTON and District Angling Club s Officers Match was fished at Clavering in conjunction with Rugby Cement. The top weight went to Steve Waller of Rugby with 83 lbs 7 oz. In second was Steve Speed of Rugby with 76 lbs 12 oz while Ian Palmer, also of Rug

ROYSTON and District Angling Club's Officers' Match was fished at Clavering in conjunction with Rugby Cement.

The top weight went to Steve Waller of Rugby with 83 lbs 7 oz.

In second was Steve Speed of Rugby with 76 lbs 12 oz while Ian Palmer, also of Rugby, was third with a weight of 64 lbs 11 oz.

Fourth was Dave Gay, also of Rugby, with 56 lbs 4 oz while in fifth was Andrea Wright, Royston, who weighed in 53 lbs 11 oz and won the Officers' Cup.

Kelvin Stanford was runner-up with 50 lbs 14 oz.

The Third PC Match will be fished at Magpie Lake, Waterbeach, on Sunday October 18.

Anyone wishing to fish, please ring Mick Rivers on (01223) 870189.

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