Angling: Wreake win for Hoyle
Wreake AC's midweek match on the canal at Market Harborough was won by Brian Hoyle with 5lb 4oz.
Pete Wade took second place with 3-14, with Rob Graves third, 3-08, and Nigel Miller fourth, 3-04.
The Sunday match on Wreake's lake at Newton Harcourt was won by Martin Badrick with 7-10, followed by Mick Coleman, 5-09, with Andy Taylor third on 4-08.
The Wednesday Kobra open at Dynamite Makins Fishery was a contrast to the previous week as anglers were able to fish on an ice-free lake four.
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Fish were caught from all areas, producing a close result, but it was Chris Harrison (Bailey's of Warwick) who took the honours. On peg 19, he fished pellet and cone on the bomb for his eight-carp catch to weigh in with 36-04.
Joe McKenna (Higham Lane Fishery) was second on 34-14, with John Varley (Higham Lane Fishery) third on 27-4.
Harrison made it a double at Makins when he also won the Thursday Kobra open.
In a strong wind and heavy rain, bites were hard to come by and, although everyone caught fish, only five anglers weighed in at match end.
Harrison caught one decent carp and made the remainder of his 26-10 weight with skimmers and roach, most falling to caster and pellet.
Andy Searle (Middy) caught two quick carp for 11-08 on bomb and corn, but then had to work hard with pole for the remaining 8-00 of his catch for 19-08 and second place.
Jason Shirley (Bailey's of Warwick) was third on 17-04.