The second club championship of November took place on Speen Moors, the first of 2 in a row on this fishery. Steve Myers bagged a win with the others trailed out behind him. The river fished very well if you like chub. All the fish were chub, apart from Dave Smith's 4 minnows. Richard Wiggin's 3rd place weight was one fish. And there were 5 empty nets. The full result was:

Steve Myers 10-8-0

Dave Chandler 6-4-0

Richard Wiggins 5-8-0

The new Years Day shield was contested on Speen Moors as part of the club championship series, and produced a runaway win for Steve Myers who bagged 2 chub and 7 good bream for 34lb from peg 12, making it his second win in a row. Second place was Ade Ager with nearly 8lb including 2 chub. However with 2 matches to go Dave Chandler has a complete match in hand over Ade Ager and would need a collapse in form to lose it now. The river fished well, here is the full result:

Steve Myers 34-1-0

Ade Ager 7-13-0

Les Durnford 4-3-0

The last of the series of over 60's matches took place on Enborne Canal, with three anglers in the race for the title. In the event Brian Cripps produced a storming win to change the top order, and claim the over 60's trophy with 54 points. Well done Brian! The other contenders didn't gain any more overall points on the day, Dave Smith finishing with 49 points and Steve Thame with 47. A close second in the match was Richard Wiggins, followed a few pounds behind by Henry Sadler. The full result:

Brian Cripps 8-9-0

Richard Wiggins 7-5-0

Henry Sadler 4-4-0

The club championship visited Avington to complete two consecutive matches in two weekends. The way out front winner was Dave Chandler on the end peg, followed by Henry Sadler on the other end peg, both taking full advantage of their good drawing skills. It was very close behind them with just a few ounces separating the following pack. Dave pressed the win even more to break away on series points too. The full score was:

Dave Chandler 7-5-0

Henry Sadler 3-12-0

John Cox 2-8-0

The club championship visited Speen Moors for the first of two consecutive weekends of competition. Apart from a runaway win for Roger Durnford, the weights tailed off quickly with some just getting a few ounces, and a good few dry nets. The last four to weigh in only had 8 ounces between them, it must have been a tough day. The full run down was:

Roger Durnford 6-6-0

Malcolm Ward 3-5-0

Dave Chandler 2-4-0