ANGLING: MARK Greasley, a member of the Chester and Ellesmere Port Police AC, took the top prize in the Lancashire Police open match on farm pools near Wrighton.
He took three good carp up to 8lbs and some tench to weigh in a total of 33lbs 8 oz.
David Allen made sure of his Christmas turkey by winning the Chester Police Flyfishers' match at Meadow Fishery with a 4-12-0 rainbow taken with a black lure.
A 3-8-0 rainbow earned Fred Marsh a bottle of whisky.
This was also Ian Bourne's reward for landing a 3lbs rainbow.
Dave Randles senior took top spot in the Lingmere Fishery open match with a 27-6-0 mixture, ahead of Stan Foster's 18lbs and Steve Balson's 16-4-0.
The Ruddy Pond Fishery at Dodleston is holding a dads and lads match on Boxing Day from 10am to 3pm with an entry charge of £10 per person.
Bookings should be made to 01244 660200. Dave Eyres led the field in the Lobol AC match at priory pool with 5-12-0 of crucians and roach ahead of Geoff Selby's 4-4-0 of skimmers and Sid Robinson's 1-4-0 of roach.
Castrol SAS fished from a boat on the Mersey and Paul Blondell won with a 3lbs cod and some whiting for a total of 9lbs.
Jim Fellows was runner-up with a 7lbs mixture of cod, whiting and dabs with Roger Whiting third with 5lbs of dabs.
Les Picken was top in the Tarvin Sands AC match at Milton Green Fishery with 22lbs of carp ahead of Shaun Sandham's 12lbs.
Bernie Leatherbarrow led the field in the Chester Tackle Locker open match on the SU Canal at Waverton where a bag of gudgeon taken with bloodworm weighed 3-3-0.
His son, Rob, was second with 2-10-0 with Frank Doran third with 2-1-0.
Norman Cadman and Danny Mort shared first place in the Grosvenor Estate AC match on a local private brook.
They both landed 0-5-0 of roach with John Mort third with 0-2-0.
Phil Hardman took top honours in the Hampton Springs Fishery open match with 37-8-0 of carp and tench, coming in ahead of Sam Kennedy's 27-9-0 and Tony Hendry's 26-1-0.
FISHERIES NEWS Meadow: Simon Hayes, of Chester, lured a 5-8-0 rainbow to bloodworm and Nigel Croft, of Elton, tempted a 7-8-0 rainbow, the best fish of the week, to a gold-headed hare's ear.
Seven Springs: Ged Armitage, of Hoylake, coaxed six rainbows weighing 13-6-0, the best a3-14-0 fish taken with a gold-headed lure.
Lake Hill: The best junior of the week was 12-year-old Keiron Sheridan, of Wirral, who tempted a brace of rainbows weighing 3lbs to ledgered worm.
Llandegla: The fishery will be closed between December 24 and December 27.