ANGLING: ELLESMERE Port's Mark Greasley is still on target to equal the record number of six Cheshire Police AC wins in a year after capturing his fifth success last week.

Mark has two matches left and took top spot with roach and skimmers for 12-8-0 at Lymm while Adam Roberts was third with the same for 6-8-0.

Ellesmere Port members swept the board in the Manley AC match at Mouldsworth Mere with Mark Davies leading with a 14-0-0 tench and bream mix while John Bristow had a mixed 13-0-0 and Alan Cooper took a varied 10-8-0. Peter Smith of Ellesmere Port enjoyed a hectic session on the Milton Green Fishery last week, luring six carp to 8-0-0 plus numerous crucians to 1-8-0, all taken to luncheon meat or paste.

Willaston (11th overall) were seventh in Sunday's match on the Shropshire Union canal.

Top weighers were Ray Rigby, fourth overall, with a mixed bag of 5-15-0, James Hughes with 2-7-0 of bits and Phil Cross with 1-10-0 of bits. James McGinn, of Ellesmere Port, netted 18 carp between 1-0-0 and 20-0-0, all taken to bread at the Harthill Fishery near Broxton.

Terry Archer won the Helsby S&SC AC match on the BICC factory pools with 8-2-0 of bream and carp, beating Geoff Maguire with 7-15-0 and Chris Hargaden on 5-12-0.

Geoff Selby won last Wednesday's Lobol AS match on their Priory pool with an ide and skim-mers mix for 9-2-0, to beat Maurice Malloy and Matt Ball.

Dave Gentile led the way in the Peg One AC match on the Gweryd Lodge near Mold, with all silver fish for 8-0-0, while Craig Mach had similar for 3-12-0 and Ron Ashbrook 3-0-0.

Dougie Walsh was the clear leader in Saturday's Rivacre AC match on the Carterhouse length of the Sankey-St Helens canal, taking all bream to 3-0-0 for a 12-8-0 total.