St Helens AA Charity Match – Sunday 14th June 2020 Below is a list of anglers b…

St Helens AA Charity Match – Sunday 14th June 2020

Below is a list of anglers booked on for this Sunday along with the list of reserves, see below for details of the draw times, venue and takeaway breakfast/drinks

1 Dave Rigby
2 Ged Rigby
3 Ste Rimmer
4 Jim Evans
5 Derek Bennett
6 Ken Dooley
7 John Harris
8 Roy Tickle
9 John Turnock
10 Danny Sixsmith
11 Brian Cain
12 Martyn Topping
13 Martyn Everett
14 Arthur Cunliffe
15 Mike Hartley
16 Billy Thelwell
17 Paul White
18 John Fletcher
19 Richard Pennington
20 Ste Wooding
21 Ste Potter
22 John Bates
23 Billy Kelly
24 Simon Stott
25 Dennis Knight
26 Mark Eden
27 Micky Lever
28 Jimmy Crossley
29 Tony Heffernan
30 Mark Delany
31 Wayne Westhead
32 Jason Berry
33 Kevin Hall
34 Les Heyes
35 Ben Lloyd
36 Mick Woolvine
37 Dave Edgerley
38 Dave Berry
39 Mick Burkhill
40 Ste Boyd
41 Phil Scholes
42 Brian Cross

Reserves:

1 Ste Mitchell
2 Ronnie Ranson
3 Shaun Fletcher
4 Ste Halliwell
5 Ste Hamilton
6 Alan Turton
7 Paul Swift

Entry is £20 out of which £5 will go to Willow Brook Hospice each match.

Provided each match is sold out I will pay five £50 sections and 1st, 2nd & 3rd.

Pegs to be used are 61 to 124 and as these are official matches the pegs must be kept clear by pleasure anglers or if a carp angler is night fishing on Saturday night then the peg must be vacated by 8.30am on the Sunday morning.

Entry monies of £20 in notes only (no coins will be accepted) must be placed in a sealed envelope with your name on it, this is to ensure that the monies paid out are covid free. The envelope will be placed in a container when booking in.

The draw will take place in the Boat Club car park, you will drive into the car park anytime from 8.30am, approach my car individually, place the sealed envelope containing your entry fee with your name on it in the container and I will draw your peg. Once you have your peg number you must then drive back out of the car park and go and park at the nearest access point to your peg.

Take away breakfasts and drinks are available from the Boat Club.

No cars must be left in the boat club grounds.

If you wish to talk to other anglers you must maintain the 2m separation as per Government guidance, under no circumstances should you greet others with handshakes etc.

Fishing will be 10.30am to 3.30pm.

At the all out do not leave your peg unless you have packed up and are not weighing in.

If you are weighing in you must remain in your peg, when the weigher arrives you will remove your keepnet and carefully place your fish in the weigh sling and then step away beyond 2m. The weigher will weigh your fish, inform you and the booker of the agreed weight and then he will place the fish carefully back in the lake. He will then move onto the next angler allowing you to finish packing up and to go back to your vehicle.

At the end of the weighing in I will collate the results and pay out the 4 section winners and the top 3 at the middle gate, no other anglers are to congregate at the prize giving.

Please note St Helens AA matches are 1 hook only and method feeders must be free running

You must observe the 2m social distancing at all times




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