16th July 2012 Daiwa Hallcroft VeteransBridge Pool (16 Pegs)1 P Schoof, Hallcroft, Peg Island 3; 92-12-0Weights improved this week on the fishery and this match started the run. Paul Schoof drew Island peg 3 and caught carp steadily all day for 92lb. Paul fished paste over pellet alternating 6m and 12m2 D Whiting, Buttonhole AC; Peg Island 23; 84-0-0Consistent Dave Whiting finished second with 84lb. Dave fished maggot and paste over pellet and hemp feed for 14 carp and a few skimmer bream3 N Wood, Hallcroft; Peg Outer 17; 57-0-0Nigel fished krilled maggots over marukyu groundbait for 2 carp and 40lb of skimmer bream4 J Simms, Map Leegem; 50-0-0 5 R Holmes, Notts AA; 49-14-0 17th July 2012 Daiwa Hallcroft Afternoon OpenMoat Island (25 Pegs)1 S Robbins, Map Leegem; Peg 38; 96-2-0Steve Robbins fell just one fish short of the ton in this latest tuesday open. Steve fished corn and pellet on short pole and corn over groundbait into the margins for 15 carp to 9lb2 P Rich, Newcastle Arms, Peg 40; 80-12-0Paul fished krilled maggots over groundbait both short pole and into the margins for 10 large carp upto 16lb3 G Leversidge, Worksop, Peg 43; 77-14-0Gavin came third also utilising the margins. Gavin fished corn and maggot over marukyu groundbait for 10 carp and a few skimmers4 L Sears, Daiwa/Marukyu, 59-14-0 5 L Hewison, Newcastle Arms, 59-6-0 19th July 2012 Daiwa Hallcroft Veterans Moat Pool (42 Pegs)1 J Simms, Map Leegem, Peg Outer 61; 81-6-0This latest ever popular veterans open produced some consistent weights with plenty of catches over 40lb. Leading the way was regular Joe Simms from outer 61. Joe fished 6mm hard pellet over 4mm feed at 3m and into the margins for carp to 8lb2 R Turner, Retford, Peg Island 40; 80-8-0Reg fished shallow at 13m alternating meat and pellet at depths ranging from 2ft to 4ft. Reg caught 10 carp and a few skimmers3 M Kilkenny, Hallcroft, Peg Outer 29; 71-10-0Mick fished paste over pellet and hemp at 12m for carp to double figures4 A Sellars, Bankside Tackle, 53-0-0 5 A Parratt, Barnsley, 51-10-0 20th July 2012 Daiwa Hallcroft Afternoon OpenMoat Outer (30 Pegs)1 S Shepherd, Map Leegem, Peg 56; 161-10-0With over 80lb needed for the top 10 this was a good match in this latest friday open. Steve Shepherd came out clear winner from outer 56. Stev fished meat and paste over small amounts of hemp and pellets for 28 carp upto 12lb2 S Gray, Worksop, Peg 42 ; 108-2-0Stuart fished bomb with 11m pellet and catmeat hairrigged to the aerator for 15 carp. Later switching to paste at 11m for a couple more fish3 D Whiting, Buttonhole AC; 107-12-0Dave fished maggots and casters at 11m over pellets and hemp for 25 carp to double figures4 P Miles, Doncaster, 86-9-0 5 D Oldham, Maltby, 86-6-0  21st July 2012 Daiwa Hallcroft Saturday OpenMoat Island (22 Pegs)1st A Oldham, Halkon Hunt, 150-12-0; peg 61Class act, Andy Oldham stormed to victory today fishing shallow on the long pole using 4 and 6mm pellets. Andy netted carp too 10lbs plus and the odd 3lbs bream in his winning net.2nd D Whiting, Button Hole AC, 91-4-0; peg 9Dave Whiting took second spot fishing paste at 11m on the pole over a bed of pellet and hemp.3rd G Gibson, Worksop, 85-12-0; peg 68Gordon Gibson returned to from today with a nice net of carp for third place, caught using paste on the pole.4th S Shepherd, Worksop, 82-15-0; 5th S Gray, Worksop, 57-14-0; 22nd July 2012 Daiwa Hallcroft Sunday OpenMoat Island/Bridge Island (35 pegs)1st Pete Miles, Halkon Hunt, 95-12-0; peg MI 14Pete Miles was today’s winner with a decent net of carp all caught using banded pellet on a bomb and pellet cone fished to the middle of moat.2nd G Gibson, Worksop, 87-14-0; peg MI 73Gordon Gibson’s good form continued today with second place using cat meat on the bomb and to the margins.3rd M Edgecombe, MAP Leegem, 72-4-0; MI 2Mal Edgecombe netted 15 carp and some silvers from the margins to finish third overall.4th J Skipper, Gainsborough, 68-2-0; 5th B Sullivan, Maltby, 62-8-0; 6th D Oldham, MAP Leegem, 61-2-0;

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