ANGLING: RIVACRE AC fared better than most in Sunday's heatwave on the Boddington Fishery, Rugby.
Bob Thelwell took all-carp to 4-0-0 for an impressive 56-8-0, while Peter Walsh bagged 49-8-0 for second place and Peter Caravan was third with 41-4-0.
Ellesmere Port's Mark Greasley landed another first place in the Chester Police AC match on the Rock pool at the Hampton Springs Fishery with carp and crucians for 23-0-0.
John Hewitt of Ellesmere Port had a catch to remember last week on the Grove Fishery at Backford as he lured a 14-0-0 ghost carp to sweetcorn.
The Phoenix SAC collected a bumper haul on Saturday with Keith Deal top rod, taking an 18-8-0 bullhuss, while Paul Mate had a 16-0-0 bullhuss and Glyn Kershaw a 10-8-0 skate.
The Lobol AS reached the end of their Knockout series last Wednesday, fishing the finals on their Priory pool.
Steven Dean led the way with a bit of everything for 16-9-8, ahead of Peter Cooke with a mix of skimmers and ide for 7-8-0 and Geoff Selby on 7-6-0.
The club fished on the same venue on Sunday. Sid Robinson topped with a 7-5-0 mirror carp and 7-2-0 common carp the bulk of his 15-13-8, while Peter Cooke had ide and tench for 13-10-8 and Geoff Selby took a bream-based 13-5-8.
John Ryder secured first place in Sunday's Ellesmere Port British Legion AC match on the Springlead Fishery as he put small carp and tench on the scales, while Justin Burke had 13-10-0 of the same and John Woolley took 13-5-0.
Rob Winstanley netted a winning catch of skimmers for 10-10-0 in the Caldy AS match on the Gweryd Fishery at Llanarmon, while Guy Silvester had 10-0-0 and Brian Rippon 5-6-0.
Ellesmere Port members dominated Sunday's Manley AC match on the Manley Springs Fishery as Billy Bristow led with a mix of carp, tench and bream for 22-4-0, while Mark Davies had a mixed 8-8-0 and Steve Roxburgh a roach-based 6-8-0.