Angling results and fixtures

Open match and club match results and fixtures.


River Wensum Linda Thompson Memorial: L Murawski (Anglers' World) 29lb 7oz, R Hubbard (DAD), 22lb 4oz, G Hubbard (DAD) 16lb 4oz.

Hill Farm Banham: B Able (Norwich) and C Wright (Lopham) both 12lb 6oz, G Pearce (Pulham) 10lb 8oz.

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River Wensum Sunday: P Swan (Earlham Silvers) 14lb 15oz, S Borrett (Norwich) 14lb 10oz, A Moss (DAD) 13lb 11oz.

Barford Midweek: C Allport (Norwich) 13lb 8oz, G Martin (Norwich) 13lb 6oz, W Martin (Anglers' World) 9lb 10oz.

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River Wensum Midweek: C Copper (Anglers' World) 24lb 15oz, C Stevens (Oddfellows) 24lb 10oz, R Smith (Catton) 14lb 21oz.

River Wensum Saturday: N Parkinson (Dynamite) 24lb 2oz, W Martin (Anglers' World) 20lb 3oz, G Martin (Norwich) 17lb 12oz.

Holt SAC (Kelling): C Leggatt (Gorleston) 2lb 4oz, T Elliott (Beccles) 1lb 9oz, D Shorthouse (Kettering) 1lb 6oz.

North Norfolk Sea League (Salthouse): T Thomas 1lb 2oz, D Conway 15oz, R Haywood 11oz.


Wagglers (Hill Farm): J Hill 38lb 10oz, G Pearce 11lb 9oz, M Mantle 9lb 8oz.

Stalham Club Lagoon: N Plummer 9lb 1oz, R Farmer 8lb 6oz, S Lawrence 8lb.

Stalham Club Lagoon: D Agass 5lb 10oz, C Timms 4lb 10oz, S Lawrence 4lb 8oz.

EAPS (Rockland): T Clarke 7lb 8oz, M Morley 6lb 11oz, A Crabb 5lb 15oz.

Norfolk and Suffolk Veteran's Tuesday (River Waveney): D Roe 30lb 13oz, C Davey 23lb 12oz, W Coote 19lb 3oz.

Norfolk and Suffolk Veteran's Thursday: L Higgins 12lb 4oz, J Beckham and M Dobson both 11lb 1oz.

Holt SAC (Kelling): P Simmons 9oz, P Thornton 8oz, P Loke 7oz.

Bridge Farm (Litcham): John Laskey 22lb 1oz, 2 Bill Bullock 14lb 4oz, Neil Paskey 10lb 12oz.


All doubtful, check with organisers on Friday.


Bridge Farm (Litcham): January 7, 10 (silverfish match), both matches draw 8.45am, fish 10am-3pm, 01328 701699.

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