Open matches at Marsh Farm
Marsh Farm is starting to wake up after a long hard winter so we will be running a couple of open matches to start off the year of the year on Wed 28th March and Wed 4th April on Richardson lake. Draw 9.30 fish 11-4pm tickets cost just a tenner. Book in with Roger on 0729 554193 firstname.lastname@example.org
Field cup 2017 results
The "Field cup is an annual event between five local clubs fishing teams of 8. This year it was Godalming AS turn to host the event on Marsh farm using six sections on Richardson lake and two on Harris. As usual it was a jolly affair with lots of banter amongst the teams but deadly serious for bragging rights. A cold week preceding the match made for difficult conditions for all but a few but Woking took the match and bragging rights with a team total of 18 points that included two section wins and four seconds. Old Winsor came second with two section wins also but a team total of 23 points. There was a tie on 26 points between Godalming and Send but Godalming had a better total weight 72lb to 46lb. Weybrige took the wooden spoon this year but will expect to do better next year when they host the event on the Wey Navigation canal at White Hart.
Team and section results listed below.
|1||D CLARK||0.5.0||OLD WINSOR|
|9||S KEABLE||4.10.0||OLD WINSOR|
|15||G SAVIN||28.12.0||OLD WINSOR|
|25||D BARNARD||7.11.0||OLD WINSOR|
|38||S NAUGHTON||10.5.0||OLD WINSOR|
|47||A LOVE||8.12.0||OLD WINSOR|
|H1||J ANTHONY||7.12.0||OLD WINSOR|
|H 4||S SALMON||3.2.0||SEND|
|H8||T CLARKE||2.11.0||OLD WINSOR|
Result and Photos from the charity open match 2017
Many thanks to Roy Fiander for all his charity work this year culminating in the open match at Marsh Farm on the 28th. unusually it was a very hot day for a bank holiday but Richardson lake fished well despite the unbroken sunshine and the mayor was on hand to present the prizes at the end of the day. Ian Turner won the match with a mixed bag of Tench and Crucians weighing 29.0.0. Second was Mick Cook on peg 15 with 21.11.0. Third went to John Brownlie on peg 42 with 21.1.0 and organizer Roy Fiander took fouth with 18.12.0 from peg 17.Here are some images of the day.