JASON Connah was man of the match in Saturday's Rivacre AC match fished on rock pool at the Hampton Springs Fishery.
He took all carp for 118-14-0, which was too good for Harry Gittins with carp and barbel for 41-0-0. He edged Peter Caravan into third place with 39-0-0 of carp.
Rob Pitchford took the lead in the Peg One AC match on the Marsh Canal at the Partridge Lakes Fishery. He ended with carp and barbel to weigh 16-6-0, seeing off Glyn Maddocks with a mixed 8-10-8 and Macca Steadman with a barbel-based 8-5-0.
Ellesmere Port members took the lead in the midweek match of Chester and Ellesmere Port Police AC when they fished on lark pool at the Meadowview Fishery.
With carp weighing 27-3-0, Alan Roberts beat Mark Greasley with the same for 23-8-0.
Trout fishers took good catches when fishing on the Lake Hill Fishery at Llandegla Moors. Alex Darlington of Heswall tempted rainbows of 8-0-0 and 7-8-0 to a black beetle.
Paul Costa of Neston bagged rainbows of 8-0-0 and 7-0-0 to a heather hawthorne, and Heswall's Drew and Gregg Taylor - aged eight and 10-years-old - lined four rainbows weighing in at 10-0-0 all to ledgered worm.
Steve Openshaw took the lead in the Saturday open match on the Lingmere Fishery. With carp and chub to weigh 41-8-0, he had the edge over Dave Lawrence with likewise for 40-8-0 and Steve Balson on 31-2-0.
Top rod in the venue's Thursday match was Jamie Swain, who took a carp-based 23-2-0 to beat Dave Stanton on 22-0-0 and Steve Balson on 21-14-0.
The Willaston teams competing in this year's Crewe and District Summer League stayed almost as they were after Sunday's match on the Trent and Mersey Canal at Middlewich.
Their 'red' team finished seventh on the day and have dropped slightly to seventh overall. The team's top rod was Peter Nelson, second on the day with roach taken to hemp weighing 7-4-0.
The black team came in 10th, maintaining their 10th position overall. Top weighers were Barry Davies on 4-6-15 and Tony Churchill with 4-4-0.
Ellesmere Port members of the Chester Tackle Locker team proved to be the cornerstones in their victory in Sunday's Crewe and District Summer League match fished on the Trent and Mersey Canal in Middlewich.
Neil Faulkner led the way, taking fourth place on the day with 7-2-0 of chub and roach, supported by Mike Beaumont with 5-4-0 of roach. Overall they have increased their lead in the league to 32 points.