22.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Tuesday PM)
Bridge (24 pegs)
1 S Barraclough, Maver Barnsley, 144-14-0; peg Out 42
Steve Barraclough makes fishing at Hallcroft look easy as he wins again with another ton plus weight of carp. Steve fished the margins with corn over goundbait to catch fish to 10lbs plus in his winning net.
2 A Lakey, Worksop, 77-10-0; peg Out 35
Andy Lakey took the close second place with some nice carp and bream, also caught mainly from the margins but using meat as well as corn.
3 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 76-0-0; peg isl 5
Nick Speed fished the pole shallow at 13m and finished third with a nice mixed net of carp and skimmers.
4 D Oldham, MAP Leegem, 62-0-0; 5 P Miles, Lindholme, 55-5-0

23.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Wednesday)
Moat Island (7 pegs)
1 D Oldham, MAP Leegem, 122-2-0; peg 59
2 B Sullivan, Goldthorpe, 93-6-0; peg 68
3 D Whiting, Hallcroft, 62-14-0; peg 56

24.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Veterans Summer League (Thursday)
Moat Pool (39 pegs)
1 R Turner, Retford, 92-10-0; peg out 95
This weeks veteran’s match saw decent weights from all around the lake, with fifty per cent of the field catching in excess of 50lbs. Reg Turner came out on top with a great mixed net of carp and silvers all caught shallow on the long pole using luncheon meat.
2 R Redwood, Heron, 85-8-0; peg out 54
Ray Redwood took second with a net of carp and big bream taken from the margins using corn and expander pellet over feed pellet.
3 G Lilley, MAP Leegem, 84-8-0; peg out 74
Graham Lilley was edged into third spot by just ounces fishing meat on the pole at 12m to catch carp and skimmers.
4 D Lawson, Leeds, 77-4-0; 5 R Brooks, Hallcroft, 77-2-0; 6 K Pacey, Gainsborough, 68-8-0

25.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Friday PM)
Moat (23 pegs)
1 S Barraclough, Maver Barnsley, 254-11-0; peg island 30
Steve Barraclough smashed the venue record today with another 200lb plus weight, this time putting 254-11-0 on the scales. Fishing from Moat island 30 Steve caught early on with meat shallow then switched to the edge for the last 2 hours taking a total of 37 carp and some skimmers
2 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 143-0-0; peg island 33
Nick Speed was also on the island. His 143-0-0 was taken on short pole fishing up in the water with meat for skimmer bream and carp
3 D Whiting, Millview, 71-14-0; peg island 26
Dave Whiting was third with 71-4-0
4 D Dare, Mansfield, 70-12-0; 5 K Pacey, Gainsborough, 68-8-0; 6 A Cordall, Bryden, 63-10-0

26.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Saturday)
Bridge (31 pegs)
1 A Kinder, Maver Barnsley, 194-9-0; peg Out 15 (S Yorks)
Andy Kinder recorded his top weight at Hallcroft to win this Saturday’s open falling just one carp short of the 200lbs mark. Andy fished shallow on the pole at 13m using cubed luncheon meat on the hook as well as loose feeding it, to catch mainly carp in his magnificent winning net.
2 L Sears, Daiwa, 120-0-0; peg Isl 9 (Notts)
Luke Sears took second spot fishing a combination of shallow waggler and shallow pole throughout the match with banded pellet and meat as baits and landed carp to 9lbs.
3 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 102-7-0; peg B Isl 15 (S Yorks)
Nick Speed’s third place net also reached the ton mark, but Nick’s weight was made up of mainly skimmers bream with the odd bonus carp all taken on the long pole with meat.
4 S Barraclough, Maver Barnsley, 79-8-0; (S Yorks) 5 G Mumby, Triana North, 61-1-0; (Notts) 6 P McIntyre, Doncaster, 58-2-0 (S Yorks)
7 I Ward, Mosborough, (S Yorks); 8 R Turner, Retford, (Notts)

27.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Sunday)
Moat (33 pegs)
1 N Vernon, Gainsborough, 163-10-0; peg Isl 60 (Lincs)
Numbers were down this week as many disappointed anglers decided to gamble on watching England vs. Germany. However, those who did turn up were treated to another good days fishing, and avoided an embarrassing football match. Neil Vernon landed all carp in his winning net using a pellet waggler fished shallow to the middle of Moat.
2 A Sellars, Bankside Tackle, 157-12-0; M Isl 64 (S Yorks)
Andy Sellars was a close second also fishing a shallow waggler to the middle, but Andy used hair rigged punched luncheon meat as his main bait to catch another ton plus weight..
3 S Clark, Mansfield Sensas, 141-10-0; peg M Out 99 (Notts)
Steve Clark took third spot with 141-10-0 of carp and bream also caught on a waggler fished to the middle of Moat.
4 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 107-2-0 (S Yorks); 5 J Jones, MFS, 107-0-0 (Derbys); 6 A Kinder, Maver Barnsley, 99-6-0 (S Yorks)
7 G Mumby, Triana North (Notts) 8 D Whiting, Button Hole AC (Cambs)

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15.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Tuesday PM)
Bridge Outer (15 pegs)
1 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 70-4-0; peg 35
With the carp proving elusive for many anglers on this Tuesday match, Skimmers were the target for most anglers. The winner was Nick Speed who fished shallow and on the bottom using luncheon meat at 13m to catch mainly skimmers in his 70lbs net.
2 P Massey, Bag-up, 51-4-0; peg 25
Paul Massey took second place also with mainly skimmers, but caught using pellet and corn at 7m on the pole.
3 G Mumby, Triana North, 40-12-0; peg 55
Gary Mumby used chopped worm and caster to catch a nice mixed net of fish and third spot.
4 K Vickers, Handsworth, 38-14-0;

16.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Wednesday)
Moat Island (9 pegs)
1 J Masson, Maver Barnsley, 54-2-0; peg 33
2 S Robbins, MAP Leegem, 40-6-0; peg 25
3 D Oldham, MAP Leegem, 38-14-0; peg 29

17.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Veterans Summer League (Thursday)
Bridge Pool (28 pegs)
1 I Temple, Retford, 38-6-0; peg out 58
Weights were down on the previous week, with carp not feeding in numbers skimmers were to prove a good target for most anglers.
Ian Temple did find a few feeding carp which he caught using paste on the pole at 6m over feed pellets and his 38-6-0 proved enough to win today’s veterans match.
2 B Buckley, Maltby, 35-2-0; peg out 7
Brian Buckley fished the pole at 8m on the deck using 6mm expander pellet over feed pellet and netted all skimmers to take second place overall.
3 A Beresford, MAP Leegem, 30-6-0; peg out 42
Arthur Beresford fished on luncheon meat at varying depths to finish a close third with a mixed net of fish.
4 P Topham, Hallcroft, 28-2-0; 4 R Smith, Notts AC, 28-2-0;

18.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Friday PM)
Moat Island (18 pegs)
1 P McIntyre, Doncaster, 134-12-0; peg 60
Many anglers who chose to watch England play instead of fishing the match today will be disappointed as the fishing proved much better than the football. Paul McIntyre came out on top with a great net totalling 134-12-0 of mainly carp using corn and paste to the margins.
2 S Barraclough, Maver Barnsley, 125-14-0; peg 64
Steve Barraclough edged the close second place by just ounces as he too netted a ton plus weight of carp which he caught shallow and also from the margins late on.
3 R Abbs, Hallcroft, 125-8-0; peg 25
Experienced veteran Ray Abbs used catmeat on the pole at 6m and took third spot with a nice net of carp and bream.
4 R Teigh, Handsworth, 117-15-0; 5 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 112-1-0; 6 K Pacey, Gainsborough, 102-13-0

19.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Saturday)
Bridge/Croft (40 pegs)
1 K Cresswell, Tuxford, 108-10-0; peg B Isl 14 (Notts)
Another tight finish in this Saturday open split between Bridge and Croft with only one carp separating the top three anglers. Kev Cresswell on Bridge Island 14 got the verdict with 108-10-0. He used corn and pellet at 6m and in the margins for 10 carp to 8lb and 40lb of skimmers
2 A Oldham, Maver Barnsley, 104-10-0; peg Croft 20 (S Yorks)
Second was Andy Oldham from Croft 20 and he fished worm and pellet for a mixed bag of carp, tench and skimmers weighing 104-10-0
3 P McIntyre, Doncaster, 101-8-0; peg B Out 18 (S Yorks)
Paul McIntyre was third, also with a mixed bag of carp and skimmers taken on pole and paste
4 D Dare, Mansfield, 88-3-0; (Notts) 5 J Urruty, Radcliffe on Trent, 65-0-0; (Notts) 6 M Brumpton, Tuxford, 63-11-0 (Notts)
7 D Whiting, Millview, (Suffolk); 8 P Bagshaw, Maver Barnsley, (Derbys)

20.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Sunday)
Moat (51 pegs)
1 D Oldham, MAP Leegem, 105-64-0; peg Out 12 (S Yorks)
Another good Sunday turn out saw Daz Oldham come out on top with a fine display of shallow fishing using luncheon meat on the pole at 13m where he netted carp and skimmers for just over the ton mark.
2 G Gibson, Worksop, 83-14-0; M Isl 29 (Notts)
Gordon Gibson took second spot by concentrating on his margins today. He netted all carp up to 8lbs using double corn over groundbait.
3 P Wright, MAP Leegem, 67-0-0; peg M Isl 40 (Derbys)
Tackle dealer Phil Wright claimed the close third place with a nice mixed net of carp and skimmers caught on the pole using corn and pellets
4 Paul Wright, Fishing Rep., 65-7-0 (Lincs); 5 I Grimshaw, Hallcroft, 61-5-0 (S Yorks); 6 K Pacey, Gainsborough, 60-9-0 (Lincs)
7 N Vernon, Gainsborough (Lincs) 8 I Thompson, Hallcroft (S Yorks)

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08.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Tuesday PM)
Bridge (20 pegs)
1 S Barraclough, Maver Barnsley, 201-0-0; peg Isl 13
Steve Barraclough stormed to victory today by setting a new venue record and the first angler to break the 200lb barrier in a 5 hour match at Hallcroft. Steve Barraclough fished the pole at 11m using meat and then switched to both margins using corn over ground bait, where he netted carp to 10lbs and bream to 4lbs.
2 R Teigh, Handsworth, 94-2-0; peg isl 16
Rich Teigh continued his good run of form with a second place net of mainly carp also taken on from the margins using corn and chopped worms.
3 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 80-8-0; peg Out 40
Nick Speed took third place fishing luncheon meat on the pole at different depths to catch carp and skimmers.
4 D Oldham, MAP Leegem, 69-4-0; 5 I Temple, Retford, 67-8-0; 6 A Favill, Tuxford, 67-0-0
10.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Veterans Summer League (Thursday)
Moat Outer (39 pegs)
1 P Bagshaw, Maver Barnsley, 74-14-0; peg 107
Pete Bagshaw edged a close match in today’s veterans and claimed another victory. Pete caught mainly carp on the pole at 6m and also from the margins using chopped worm and corn as baits.
2 G Lilley, MAP Leegem, 73-0-0; peg 82
Graham Lilley caught a mixed net of carp and skimmers fishing luncheon meat and pellet on the pole at 12m to finish second place.
3 D Speight, Sheffield, 65-14-0; peg 105
Dave Speight fished the pole at 8m using expander pellet over feed pellet and landed carp to 6lbs.
4 M Cooke, Hallcroft, 60-8-0; 5 R Holmes, Notts AC, 60-0-0
11.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Friday PM)
Moat (38 pegs)
1 P Bagshaw, Maver Barnsley, 112-1-0; peg island 29
Pete Bagshaw’s good run continued as he managed a second win in two days with a decent ton plus net of carp in this well attended afternoon match. Pete concentrated mainly on the margins using corn and worms as baits to catch carp through the 5 hours and another ton plus weight.
2 R Teigh, Handsworth, 103-4-0; peg island 37
Rich Teigh took second place also with a ton plus weight of carp and the odd bream. Rich also used his margins to good effect using corn over ground bait as his main method on the pole.
3 A Favill, Tuxford, 88-14-0; peg island 17
Andy Favill finished third with some nice sized carp taken on the pole using chopped worm and casters.
4 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 80-0-0; 5 G Mumby, Triana North, 72-4-0; 6 L Sears, Daiwa, 71-8-0
12.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Saturday)
Bridge Outer/Reed (39 pegs)
1 A Sellars, Bankside Tackle, 75-14-0; peg B Out 49 (S Yorks)
The change in air pressure seemed to rule out fishing on the bottom as a winning method today, and Andy Sellars was best to adapt as he claimed victory with a decent net of carp all taken on the waggler fished shallow with luncheon meat.
2 D Oldham, MAP Leegem, 45-11-0; peg Reed 13 (S Yorks)
The battle for second place went to Daz Oldham whose net was made up of mainly skimmers and small chub taken shallow on the long pole with luncheon meat.
3 J Whitehead, Maltby, 44-4-0; peg Reed 23 (S Yorks)
Jason Whitehead was also on Reed and he too caught mainly silverfish on the pole using pellet and meat.
4 B Sullivan, Goldthorpe, 42-6-0; (S Yorks) 5 G Brooks, Maltby, 36-14-0 (S Yorks); 6 I Ward, Mosborough, 36-12-0 (S Yorks)
7 K Baxter, Mansfield (Notts); 8 A Kinder, Maver Barnsley (S Yorks);
13.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Sunday)
Moat/Bridge (61 pegs)
1 P Miles, Lindholme, 115-14-0; peg B Isl 9 (S Yorks)
Another decent Sunday turnout was won for the second week in a row by Pete Miles, who seems to be mastering his chopped worm and caster fishing currently here at Hallcroft. Pete’s ton plus winning weight was comprised of both carp and skimmers all taken on the pole at 6m and from the margins.
2 J Masson, Maver Barnsley, 99-6-0; M Out 105 (S Yorks)
Jamie Mason finished second place with a good net of carp taken shallow on the pole at 13m using cubed luncheon meat as bait.
3 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 82-4-0; peg M Isl 24 (S Yorks)
Nick Speed took third place from moat island fishing similar to second using luncheon meat at varying depths on the pole at 12m.
4 P Massey, Bag-up, 68-6-0 (S Yorks); 5 B Sullivan, Goldthorpe, 66-6-0 (S Yorks); A Lakey, Worksop, 60-8-0 (Notts)
7 G Mumby, Triana (Notts) 8 D Dare, Mansfield (Notts)

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Week commencing 31st May 2010
31.05.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Bank Holiday Festival (Monday)
Moat/Reed (62 pegs)
1 R Teigh, Handsworth, 92-10-0; peg outer 95
Rich Teigh edged the close finish between the top two anglers on the day. Rich netted a fine mixture of carp and skimmer bream using pole with worm at 6m and then switching to the margins late on for the bigger carp.
2 A Sellars, Bankside Tackle, 92-3-0; peg outer 109
Andy Sellars surprised everyone from an area that hasn’t necessarily been producing framing weights when he landed 16 carp on the pellet waggler to snatch second place in the match and also second in the 2 match festival.
3 Brian Sullivan, Goldthorpe, 67-12-0; peg outer 58
Brian Sullivan took the close third spot with carp and bream taken on paste at 10m on the pole.
4 S Barraclough, Maver Barnsley, 66-11-0; 5 G Mawby, Hallcroft, 64-10-0; 6 P Miles, Goldthorpe, 64-4-0
Festival winner – Steve Barraclough total weight of 181-13-0
Second – Andy Sellars total weight of 173-3-0
 
01.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Tuesday PM)
Bridge Outer (16 pegs)
1 S Robbins, MAP Leegem, 78-8-0; peg 22
Following a long weekend that saw big weights from all over the complex, the fish were due a break from heavy feeding. Steve Robbins opted for corn and pellet on the short pole with frugal feeding being the key to his win today, he netted a mixed bag for 78-6-0.
2 R Teigh, Handsworth, 61-6-0; peg 8
Rich Teigh continued his good run of form with a second place net of carp and skimmers taken on double corn from the margins
3 M Kilkenny, Hallcroft, 59-4-0; peg 45
Mick Kilkenny caught mainly carp using the pole at 6m with paste over feed pellets.
4 N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 52-40; 5 S Barraclough, Maver Barnsley, 43-4-0

03.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Veterans Summer League (Thursday)
Bridge/Croft (35 pegs)
1 A Sellars, Bankside Tackle, 163-11-0; peg outer 18
Andy Sellar’s recent good form continued today with this magnificent net of carp up to 20lbs, taken on punched meat on the waggler to the middle of Bridge. Andy would have pushed the venue record close, but for a bad last hour after the wind changed direction.
2 A Payling, Peg One, 80-2-0; peg Croft 22
Arnie Payling went to his peg not fancying his draw and was pleasantly surprised with his second place net of carp, tench and skimmers all caught on the pole at 9m using expander pellet over feed pellet.
3 A Beresford, MAP Leegem, 72-8-0; peg croft 19
Arthur Beresford took third place with a nice mixed of carp and tench taken on the pole at 8m using chopped worm and caster as baits.
4 B Sullivan, Goldthorpe, 68-14-0; 5 P Bagshaw, Maver Barnsley, 57-8-0; 6 D Slaymaker, MAP Ripley, 56-0-0

04.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Friday PM)
Moat Outer (26 pegs)
1 B Sullivan, Goldthorpe, 107-8-0; peg 104
Brian Sullivan fished the pole at 12m using soft paste over 4mm feed pellet and landed carp to 10lbs in his ton plus net of carp and bream.
2 G Gibson, Worksop, 93-15-0; peg 101
Gordon opted for a change today as he took second place using corn on the pole at 11m to catch carp and skimmers.
3 P Miles, Goldthorpe, 67-15-0; peg 21
Pete Miles finished third with a net of carp taken from the margins using corn and, at 12m shallow on the pole with meat.
4 S Robbins, MAP Leegem, 59-14-0; 5 A Oldham, Daiwa Hallcroft, 55-4-0; 6 B Hall, Hallcroft, 52-12-0
 
05.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Saturday)
Moat Island (25 pegs)
1 A Kinder, Maver Barnsley, 85-14-0; peg 73 (S Yorks)
With the hot weather, plenty of fish were cruising around near the surface today and so Andy Kinder who was today’s winner, with a nice net of carp, opted to fish shallow using luncheon meat on the pole at 13m.
2 A Oldham, Maver Barnsley, 77-2-0; peg Out 2 (S Yorks)
Andy Oldham also caught carp shallow, but used both pole and waggler to good effect. Andy fished meat on both methods where he picked off carp throughout the match.
3 L Hodgkinson, Mill Tackle, 73-4-0; peg 8 (S Yorks)
Lee Hodgkinson edged the close third spot with a mixed net of carp and bream taken at 12m on the pole using pellet and luncheon meat.
4 G Mumby, Triana North, 71-8-0; (Notts) 5 K Baxter, Mansfield, 66-7-0 (Notts); 6 S Clark, Sensas Mansfield, 65-0-0 (Notts)
7 N Speed, Middy Dynamite (S Yorks); 8 A Sellars, Bankside Tackle (S Yorks);
06.06.10
Daiwa Hallcroft Tournament League (Sunday)
Moat/Bridge (59 pegs)
1 P Miles, Lindholme, 93-4-0; peg B Isl 11(S Yorks)
The weather took a turn for the worse today, but the fishing remained fairly consistent, although there were no fish caught shallow. Pete Miles adopted chopped worm and caster tactics on the pole at around 6m and netted a mixed bag of carp and skimmers to take victory in this well attended open.
2 P Massey, Bag-up Angling, 72-0-0; B Isl 15 (S Yorks)
The close second place also came from Bridge Island as Paul Massey caught mainly carp on the deck at 12m using expander pellet and corn over a bed of feed pellets.
3 T Brown, MAP Leegem, 70-1-0; peg M Out 68 (Derbys)
Tony Brown took third spot with a nice net of carp taken on the pole at 8m using paste over feed pellets as his main method.
4 N Thompson, Hull Fish Traders, 68-13-0 (E Yorks); 5 J Masson, Maver, 65-2-0 (S Yorks); N Speed, Middy Dynamite, 64-12-0 (S Yorks)
7 Paul Wright, Maver Barnsley (S Yorks) 8 W Lomas, MAP Leegem (Derbys)

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