Angling: Nick Moss wins Sensas match
Nick Moss starred in the first of four Sensas Pairs matches, on the Grand Union Canal, at Loughborough.
The Leicester Sensas angler made the most of a good draw at the swingbridge to catch skimmers and bream for a winning individual total of 15lb 12oz.
Second was Derby's Andy Beasley, who landed roach and perch for 9-07.
John Shellard, of Leicester Sensas, had a little luck in taking a bream and a large chub of around 4-00 to finish third with 7-10.
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Quorn's Dave Petch thought he had blown his chances after losing a big perch at the net. However, about an hour later, he caught what he thought was the same fish to weigh in with a total of 7-03.
The pairs event was a close affair with Aaron Wells and partner Shellards sharing first place with Petch and Sid Baldock.
Brad Titmus and Steve Hemmingrey were third.
The event attracted 74 anglers from all over the country. The next round will be on January 20.
Individuals: 1 Nick Moss (Leicester Sensas) 15-12; 2 Andy Beasley (Derby) 9-07; 3 John Shellard (Leicester Sensas) 7-10; 4 Dave Petch (Quorn AS) 7-02; 5 Ian Sharratt (Derby) 7-01; 6 Brad Titmus (Starlets) 7-00.
Pairs: 1= Aaron Wells, John Shellard, and Dave Petch, Sid Baldock 7pt; 3 Brad Titmus, Steve Hemmingrey 8; 4 Andy Beasley, Tony Barker 12; 5 Ian Wise, Chris Wise 17; Matt Hall, Allister Chisholm 18.
Wreake AC fished a match on the canal at Debdale, and Steve Fletcher won with 8-00.
Brian Hoyle was second with 5-06, followed by Pete Wade, 5-03, Martin Badrick, 4-06, and Mick Coleman, 3-08.
Chris Shore, of LVS Leics, won the veterans match on Harbour Pool, at Lakeview Fisheries, with a catch of 43-12. Martin Quilter (LVS Notts) was second with 38-14.
Charlie Shaw (Derby Fishermanea) won the Wednesday Nisa Open, at Dynamite Makins.
Shaw made a slow start but a switch to bread presented on bomb hooked seven decent carp for 37-08.
Rivendell AC's Steve Wheildon had six carp for 28-00 to take second place.
Paul Garner (Ringer Baits) took 62-12 of carp and 2-00 of silvers to record 64-12 and win the Thursday Nisa Open.
Dave Hicken (Disco) was second with 57-00.