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Angling results and fixtures

18:54 22 February 2012

Open and club match reults and fixtures.

• Open match results

Bridge Farm Litcham (Thu): Steve Brown (Dereham and District AC) 28lb 14oz, Connor Fensome (Bridge Farm) 20lb 6oz, Sean Greatbatch (Hinderclay) 13lb 6oz. (Sun): Martin Warren (Thetford Tackle) 32lb 8oz, Jason Little (Thetford Tackle) 31lb 15oz, Sean Greatbatch (Hinderclay) 18lb 12oz.

Harleston, Wortwell & District AC, Club & Middle Pits Silverfish Series Match Two

Club Pit: Andrew Mossi (Angling Direct) 15lb 10oz, Dave Harford (Harleston) 10lb 12oz, Chris Knights Jnr (Harleston) 9lb 5oz. Middle Pit: Mal Runacres (Deben) 20lb 7oz, Chris Knights Snr (Harleston) 15lb 2oz, Colin Davey (Angling Direct) 12lb 8oz.

Barford Teams of Five League: S Crowe (Daiwa AD Black) 45lb 10, S Elliot (Daiwa AD Blue) 41lb 09, J Randell (Barford Lakes) 40lb 11. Teams on day: Dynamite Deben 16 penalty points, Daiwa AD Gold 20, Daiwa AD Blue 21. League standings: Lathams/Nash Baits 63, Browning HR 64, Daiwa Deben 66, Daiwa AD Gold 69.

Barford Saturday, Willow: W Martin (Barford Tackle) 114lb 9oz, T Evans (Dynamite) 71lb 7oz, J Randell (Sensas Future) 65lb 4oz.

Marsh Trail: J Catchpole (Lowestoft) 44lb 4oz, N Cook (Beccles) 17lb 10oz, R Adams (Lowestoft) 12lb 12oz.

Hill Farm Banham: C Wright (Lopham) 22lb 1oz, R Scarfe (Aslaction) 15lb 0oz, M Alexander (Wymondham) 12lb 3oz.

Barford Silver Fish: R Finch (Deben) 12lb 12oz, A Gibbons (Norwich) 9lb 9oz, R Bryanton (Deben) 5lb 0oz.

Willow (Thurs): D Cooper (Norwich) 47lb 6oz, G Hill (Barford Tackle) 36lb 3oz, P Ashford (Barford Tackle) 30lb 9oz.

Mill Farm: N Paske (Downham) 25lb 12oz, P Gallietto (Norwich) 22lb 10oz, J Rush (Dereham) 12lb 14oz.

• Club match results

Norfolk and Suffolk Vets, R Wavenery (Tue): D Brand 15lb 13oz, L Higgins 11lb 15oz, J Beckham 11lb 6oz. (Thu): L Higgins 12lb 8oz, M Dobson 9lb 10oz, J Beckham 8lb 12oz.

Wagglers: M Collins Jnr 10lb 11oz, M Collins Snr 9lb 14oz, C Crowe 7lb 1oz.

Stalham, boatyard: D Egerton 8lb 14oz, D Gipson 5lb 3oz, D Jones 4lb 8oz.

Beccles, R Waveney: R Turner 13lb 14oz, M Youngman 9lb 8oz, M Coleman 4lb 1oz.

Attleborough MG, Swangey: A Scarfe 50lb 14oz, T Matthews 40lb 12oz , R Scarfe 38lb 4oz.

Norwich Disabled, Barford: P Smith 15lb 8oz, C Humphrey 7lb 12oz, J Chapman 3lb 12oz.

Codgers, Barford: M Girling 46lb 3oz, M Buxton 35lb 7oz, J Tink 26lb 2oz.

Codgers, Barford: M Hunt 24lb 12oz, J Bannister 13lb 7oz, L Beecroft 13lb 1oz.

Oddfellows, Barford: T Gray 19lb 10oz, M Mancini 15lb 14oz, S Chapman 10lb 7oz.

Wymondham, Colton: M Edwards 14lb 8oz, P Edwards 12lb 0oz; I Newitt 11lb 0oz.

• Match fixtures

Bridge Farm Litcham: Tomorrow to book call 01328 701699.

Barford/Fox: Tomorrow Willow, Saturday Railway, Tuesday Silver Fish, 01603 759624.

Mill Farm: Saturday, Sunday, 01953 452769.

Marsh Trail C: Sunday, 07766 697873.

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