Check out all the latest winners and runners up on our Match Results.
Keith Crummey caught mainly carp on the pole using banded 6mm pellets for the win in the penultimate Friday afternoon match this year.
Nigel Shipman took second place catching shallow on meat at 12m.
Paul Elliott fished bomb and corn over his long pole line for third place.
The heavy overnight rain certainly knock the fishing today, but Alan Tait still managed to catch a decent weight. Alan caught shallow using maggots and pellets.
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Geoff Hileys good form continued with second place this week. Geoff caught using long pole with pellets.
Steve Richards edged the close third spot catching a nice mixed net of fish on short pole with worms and casters.
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Noddy Cook finished the clear winner with a magnificent net of carp caught on bomb and double corn. This was Noddy’s top match weight.
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Mark Cordall fished on the pole with 6mm pellet to catch mainly carp for second place today.
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Brian Sullivan caught on short pole using pellets corn amd luncheon meat.
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Graham Lavendar won this well attended Sunday open from moat island 38. Graham fished banded 8mm pellet on short pole for 17 carp and a few skimmers.
Lee Hewison fished bomb with pellet, meat and corn on his pole line for 11 carp to 12lb.
Neil Vernon also fished short pole with hard pellet catching only 9 carp for his 3rd place finish.
Chris Veasey took the win today with his top Hallcroft weight. Chris caught all of his carp on short pole with pellets.
Tom Clark continued to show good form with second place today. Tom caught 20 plus carp on corn over pellets.
Dave Whiting made the most of his margins in the last hour to claim third place.
Neil Hirst stormed to the win again this week with just short of the 2 ton mark. Neil caught on short pole and 8mm pellets.
Paul Elliott fished bomb with double corn over his long pole line and a bed of hemp and micros.
Steve Clark caught on worms and ground bait at 11m and also down his margins.
Geoff Hiley stormed tovictory in todays veterans match. Geoff caught on bomb and corn.
Ian Temple fished pole and feeder to catch mainly carp for second place today.
Steve Twigg caught carp and bream on long pole and pellets.
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Neil Hirst finished the clear winner catching mainly carp on banded pellet on the pole at 10m.
Dave Whiting caught carp and bream fishing pole with worms and bomb and corn.
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Noddy Cook took the close third spot with a nice net of carp caught on short pole.
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Although lower weights than of late there was a tight finish in this Sunday open. Lee fished short and long pellet for 15 carp to 12lb.
Tom Clark continued his good form with this 2nd place. Tom fished corn and pellet on short pole for carp to 10lb.
Steve Clark fished long worms and pellet short for carp and skimmers.
Ian Thompson won this low weight affair from peg 26. Ian fished pellet at 14m for carp and a few skimmers.
Dave Whiting fished worms over casters at 13m for carp and skimmers and 58lb.
Steve Robbins fished meat down the margins for carp to 6lb.
Lee Hewison continued his good run of for with this magnificent 200lbs plus net of carp. Lee caught mainly on bomb and double corn.
Not many anglers can say they caught their first ever ton plus net twice in one match as Tom Clark managed here today. Tom caught on the pole using corn over pellets at 6m for second overall.
Rich Teigh took third place catching carp too 10lbs using pellets on the pole at 12m.
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Geoff Hiley smashed the win in todays match with an excellent net of carp. Geoff caught using pellet and corn at 11m.
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Paul Fisher took second place with his first ever ton-plus net. Paul caught on short pole with corn and pellets.
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Roger Holmes opted for paste today at 10m and finished in third spot.
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Alan Tait finished the clear winner in this great Monday match. Alan caught carp and silvers using maggots over pellet on the pole.
Mick Hall took second place also on Croft today. Mick caught using long pole and pellets.
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Neil Hirst was top weight on Bridge Island catching carp on short pole using paste.
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Jason Skipper won this Sunday open from peg 20 on Moat Island. Jason only caught 9 carp on 8 mm banded pellet to break the ton.
Wayne Lomas fell just 2lb behind with 103lb. Wayne alternated pellet and corn on short pole for his weight.
Steve Twigg fished bomb and corn over pellet, hemp and corn for 3rd place.
Lee Hewison finished a good run of matches with victory today. Lee fished on bomb over pellets for another decent ton-plus net of carp.
Andy Whitehouse bounced back to form with second place today. Andy caught using pellets on the pole at 12m.
Steve Clark caught carp and bream using worms and groundbait on the pole for third spot.
Rich Teigh came out on top in this really close match. Rich caught 20+ carp using pole with 6mm pellets.
Steve Clark fished worms and groundbait on his long pole line and margins to edge the close second spot.
Lee Hewison took third place with a net of carp caught on bomb and pellets at 14m on the pole.
Tony Brown took first place today with a great net of carp caught on the bomb using double corn over hemp and pellets.
Lee Hewison fished a similar tactic to Tony also catching well on the bomb over his long pole line.
Geoff Hiley caught on long pole with meat and pellets then switched to the bomb to claim third spot.
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Dave Whiting was the clear winner with a smashing net of carp and bream all caught on pole with worms and casters.
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Andy Hurley edged the close second place with decent carp caught on short pole with paste.
Dave Sewell fished the pole at 8m using pellets to catch mainly carp for third place today.
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Steve Clark won this well attended Sunday open split between moat and Croft. Steve fished worms and maggot on feeder and pole for carp and skimmers and 100lb.
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Pete Miles alternated worm on long pole and pellets and corn short for carp to 16 lb.
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Paul Elliott fished corn pellet and meat on bomb for his 3rd place finish.
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Steve Taylor fished his margins using groundbait and corn to catch some decent size carp in his ton-plus net and the victory.
Lee Hewison took second place with another nice ton-plus net of carp caught on long pole with pellets.
Dave Dare fished short pole and margins using corn and pellets to catch mainly carp for third spot.
Tony Brown won this afternoon fishing a bomb over his long pole line using corn and hemp.
Daz Newman took second place fishing similar tactics to Tony also catching mainly carp.
Keith Crummey edged the close third place catching today on a T-bag with pellets.
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Andy Sellars fished a waggler with meat and pellet to catch carp and bream for the win today.
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Mick Hall was close behind in second place catching carp and skimmers using long pole with luncheon meat.
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Chuck Yves took third spot catching carp on corn at 11m on the pole.
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Steve Clark took the honours in both today's match and the overall in the festival with a total of 296lbs. Steve fished worms and groundbait on the pole at 12m to catch mainly carp for the close win.
Sean Barge finished second in the festival with 279lbs, third was Daz Newman 232lbs, fourth Tony Brown and fifth Lee Hewison.
Ben had to settle for second today with another decent net of carp take on pole with corn and pellet.
Jason Skipper fished on short pole using 6mm pellets to take third place.