Check out all the latest winners and runners up on our Match Results.
Moat Isl 13.
Ben Dales continued his good form with this win from moat Island 13. Ben fished banded pellet short and long and down the edge with maggots for 15 carp.
Moat Island 43.
Graham Webster also fished hard pellet short and long to fall just 1lb behind winner.
Moat Island 50.
Lee Payling fished 6 and 8 mm pellet at 6m for mainly carp.
Bridge isl 7.
Bridge Isl. 1.
Steve Clegg had to wait until the last hour for the carp to switch on the feed. Steve caught carp into double figures on 8mm pelletand 140lb win.
Wayne Lomas fished short pole with 6mm hard banded pellet for 18 carp.
Phil Sheperd fished short and down the margins for his 3rd place finish.
Paul Elliott weighed an impressive 194lb from Island 54. Paul fished bomb with meat and corn over hemp, pellets and corn for 20 carp and few skimmers.
Rich Teigh fish d short pole with hard 8mm pellet for his 132lb.
Dave Dare also used pellet to good effect for his 117lb.
Tony Brown fished bomb and meat on the pole line over a bed of hemp and corn for carp to 12lb and the win.
Pete Tatley alternated bomb and pellet and pellet on pole for carp to 10lb.
Paul Schoof fished long pole with 8mm pellet for his 3rd place finish.
Croft pool was the place to be with the top 3 all coming from the lake. Dave Whiting fished worms over castles and hemp at 11m for a mixed net of carp, skimmers and tench.
Paul Schoof fished hard 8mm pellet and paste at 12m for mainly carp to 10lb.
Roger Holmes fished up and down with 6mm pellet for his 3rd place finish.
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Daz Newman continued his great run of form with another win today in this close fought match. Daz caught using bomb with corn and meat over his long pole line.
M Isl 2
Wayne Lomas took second place fishing long pole with corn and pellets, and some carp late on from the margins.
B Isl 17
Ben Dale was a close third with a nice net of carp and skimmers caught on the pole using 6mm pellets from Bridge Island.
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B isl 13
Dave Graham won his first Hallcroft Open with a decent net of carp caught shallow on the pole using pellets.
Jamie Wilde took second place with a nice ton-plus net of carp caught shallow at 13m
Steve Clark caught using short pole with pellet and worm.
Daz Newman stormed to victory this afternoon catching carp on a bomb over his long pole line. Daz using pellets, hemp and corn.
Experienced veteran Harry Barton showed some class anglers how to do it this afternoon. Harry took second place fishing short pole with big pellets.
Stuart Gray settled for third place catching carp on pellet and corn at 12m on the pole.
Rich Teigh caught shallow using 6mm pellets to catch carp and a few silvers for the win today.
Dave Whiting continued to catch well using worm and caster as he took second spot today with carp, tench and bream.
Geoff Hiley used pole and meat at 10m to claim third place today.
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Steve Taylor fished shallow on the pole at 13m using pellets to catch carp too 10lbs for the win.
Paul Schoof took second place fishing the pole with paste to catch carp and some nice bream.
Dave Whiting had plenty of bites using worms and caster to claim third place.
Neil Vernon won this Sunday open with an impressive 154lb. Neil fished short pole with 8mm pellet for carp steady all throughout the match.
Andy Sellars used similar tactics to the winner but fell just 2lb behind.
Daz Newman fished bomb and meat on his pole line for carp to 15lb.
Moat Isl 32.
Steve Rotherham was the qualifier for this Match this competition. Steve drew Moat Island and fished short pole with hard banded pellet for carp into double figures.
Moat Isl 29.
Ben Dales waited for the last hour to catch carp in the margins. Ben fished dead red maggot over groundbait.
Bridge Isl 1.
Ben Fisk fished shallow pellet at 13m for his 3rd place finish.
Daz Newman surprised the field today by winning from what has been a poor area of late. Daz caught on the bomb with corn over his 14m pole line.
Rich Teigh continued his good recent run with second place. Rich caught again using hard pellets shallow on the pole.
Keith Crummey took third place fishing a t-bag down the middle of Moat.
Moat fished tough today, with weights well down on expected. Roy Butterfield finished the winner catching carp using pellet and corn on the pole.
Darren Smith took second spot with the help of some decent carp caught from the margins in the last hour.
Dick Clegg fished the pole at 6m using banded 6mm pellets for third place.
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Rich Teigh fished shallow on the pole at 12m using 6mm pellets to catch carp too 10lbs in his winning net.
Alan Tait caught carp and tench using pellets and corn on the pole both long and to the margins.
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Mark Cordall fished the pole at 12m and caught carp using 6mm pellets on the deck.
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Lee Payling won this well attended Sunday open with 148lb. Lee fished 6 and 8mm banded pellet for 20 carp and a few skimmers.
Neil Stones fished long pole shallow and on the deck for carp to 10lb. .
Richard Drage fished shallow and to the reeds with pellet for his 3rd place.
Ian Thompson fished long pole with hard pellet on the deck for 15 carp to 10lb.
Darren Smith alternated pellet and corn on short and long pole for his 79lb.
Daz Oldham fished meat and pellet for his 3rd place finish.
Daz Oldham drew fancied end peg 56 and made no mistake with 121lb. Alternating meat and pellet on pole Daz caught carp and skimmers steadily all match.
Paul Schoof fished paste over pellet and hemp on pole for his 2nd place finish.
Righ Teigh fished 6mm hard pellet shallow for his ton catch.
Dave Whiting won this Vets match with 95lb. Dave fished long pole with work over caster and hemp for a mixed net of carp and skimmers.
Alan Tait fished hard 6mm pellet on long pole for his mainly carp net.
Andy Sellars alternated bomb and waggled with pellet for carp into double figures.
Martin Quilter had a terrific days fishing using short pole and maggot tactics. Martin netted over 40lbs of silvers plus carp to win with his first Hallcroft ton plus.
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Dave Whiting also had a memorable match catching over 65lbs of bream in his second place net using long pole and worms.
Alan Tait took third place with a net of carp caught shallow on the pole.
Jason Thomas won this well attended Sunday match with an impressive 176lb. starting short with hard 6mm pellet and later switching to long pole shallow Jason caught carp to 10lb.
Lee Payling also used short pellet to good effect catching 17 carp to 12lb.
Steve Clark fished worms and pellets for a mixed net of carp and skimmers and 3rd place.
A tough but close match today on Bridge saw Jamie Wilde edge the day. With the fish not really on script, Jamie caught odd carp thoughout the match shallow on pellets.
Gavin Leversidge fished very similar tactics and also caught carp on the pole to take second place.
Dave Dare took third place with carp and slivers caught at 6m using pellets.
Rich Teigh continued his good recent form with another win today. Rich caught carp shallow using 6mm pellets.
Stuart Gray took second place with a nice net of carp too 10lbs on pole and corn.
Alan Tait fished the pole at 11m using meat and pellets to take third place.
Arnie Payling was the clear winner with a great net of carp all caught on the pole at 10m using pellets.
Rich Teigh took second spot catching carp shallow and then some late on from his margins using pellet and corn.
Pete Tatley caught carp and the odd bream on the pole using luncheon meat for third place.
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Rich Teigh was today's winner falling just 1 ounce shy of the ton mark. Rich caught carp shallow on the pole at 12m.
Mick Hall edged the close second place with a nice mixed net caught on pole and meat.
Dave Speight took third place with a net of carp and tench caught on pole and corn.
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