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Division One National Championship

Angling Trust Division One National Championship 

Drennan Barnsley Blacks 2019 Winners

(Team Champions Barnsley & District 2018)

Date: Saturday 15th August 2020

Venue: Grand Union Canal, Northampton


Intention to take part invites have already been sent to all eligible Division 1 Teams.

The Division One National is a team event, consisting of teams of 10 anglers taking part with up to 10 reserves.

Teams for the Division One National Championship are already selected each year via invitation due to promotion status.

To take part in the Division One National Championships clubs/organisations must have affiliated membership of the Angling Trust and all individuals within the teams named on the entry forms must be individual members of the Angling Trust.

Entry fee is £200 per team and optional pools. Intention to compete letters have all been sent to all Team Captains in January with further details to secure their team places.

HQ: Towcester Racecourse, London Road, Towcester, NN12 6LB.

Draw: 08:00am

Fishing: 11:00am - 4:00pm (Duration 5 hours).

(Overview of match length - from North end of match (bridge 22 A5 at Dodford) to South end bridge 65 at Cosgrove)

Closure of waters for practice: waters to be closed from 5pm on Sunday 2nd August giving the canal 2 weeks rest before the Division 1 National Championship.

Licences: All competitors must be in possession of a current Environment Agency Rod Licence. Any competitor reported by the Environment Agency to the resulting team on the day of the match will be disqualified.

Keepnet: Minimum length of 2 metres

Bait bans: No bloodworm and joker and all forms of pellets. (this is in accordance with local club rules).

Refreshments: Available on site

Eligible fish: All fish caught are eligible for weighing with the exception of Game Fish, Pike, Zander and Crustaceans.

Procedures: Before going to the Draw all team Captains/Managers must report to the Team Registration Desk where they will record their teams attendance and any changes to the previously nominated team.

All weighing in, and recording will be carried out by Senior Stewards who will be supplied by the organising club. Therefore no teams will need to provide stewards.

Practice Matches for Division 1 National Championship 
(Including headquarters for draws and results)

All entries to Chris Howard, Organiser of Division 1 National Championship
Email to;  

Opens 2020

Teams of 4 league:

29th March - Bird's Haulage Bugbrook - 60 pegs

12th April - Nether Heyford - 60 pegs

26th April - Banbury Lane - 60 pegs

10th May - Yardley Gobion - 60 pegs

17th May - Grafton Regis - 60 pegs

7th June - Stoke Bruerne - 60 pegs

HQ for match 1-3 Wharf Inn, Bugbrooke.  NN7 3QB

HQ for match 4-6 Cock Inn, Roade.  NN7 2NW

5 of 6 matches to count for league

All matches to be on weight not points

Individuals can also fish if pegs available


14th June - Grafton Regis - 100 pegs

28th June (AT & CRT Canal Pairs qualifier) Nether Heyford, Bugbrooke - 100 pegs

12th July - Grafton Regis - Yardley Gobion - 100 pegs

19th July (AT & CRT Canal Pairs qualifier) Bugbrooke, Banbury Lane - 100 pegs

25th July - Stoke Bruerne, Yardley Gobion - 100 pegs

26th July - Heyford, Bugbrooke - 100 pegs

HQ for match 1,3 & 5 Wharf Inn, Bugbrooke.  NN7 3QB

HQ for match 2, 4 & 6 Cock Inn, Roade. NN7 2NW

Teams of 4 Canal League

29th March - Bird's Haulage, Bugbrooke - 75 pegs
HQ for match - Wharf Inn, Bugbrooke. NN7 3QB

12th April - Nether Heyford - 75 pegs
HQ for match - Wharf Inn, Bugbrooke. NN7 3QB 

26th April - Banbury Lane - 75 pegs
HQ for match - Wharf Inn, Bugbrooke.  NN7 3QB

10th May - Yardley Gobion - 75 pegs
HQ for match - Cock Inn, Roade. NN7 2NW

17th May - Grafton Regis - 75 pegs
HQ for match - Cock Inn, Roade. NN7 2NW

7th June - Stoke Bruerne - 75 pegs
HQ for match - Cock Inn, Roade. NN7 2NW

5 of 6 matches to count for league

All matches to be on weight not points

Individuals can also fish if pegs available

Team Entry will be £160 per team

Pools £20 on the day

All entries to Chris Howard - email; 

A look at 2019.

Back in Barnsley Black.

Drennan Barnsley Blacks 2019 Winners

Pictured: Drennan Barnsley Blacks 2019 winners.

Match fishings’ premier team event took place this weekend on a revolutionary split venue format, across both the Aire and Calder and New Junction canals. In the run up to the Division One National weights across both venues had been a little inconsistent, however with an average weight of over two kilos per man, there was some phenomenal fishing on show.

Taking the match and retaining their crown from last year on the Trent, Drennan Barnsley Blacks stormed the match with a superb 392 points. Stand out performances in the team were Tom Barlow who won F section with a stunning 10kg 150g of roach on the pole. Frankie Gianoncelli in E section was third and James Dent and Lee Kerry were both fifth. Tactics across the team focused on a short feeder chuck and long pole for bream and then short pole fishing for roach and perch, with a lot of the anglers spraying squats and fishing pinkie.

Division One Runners Up Hull and District Angling Association 2019

Pictured: Division One Runners Up - Hull and District Angling Association.

Second place on the day were local side Hull and District Angling Association who carded an impressive 382 points, averaging tenth in section per man. Barry Howgate took the honours on K section with 7kg 520grams of roach, skimmers, and bream. Another stand out performance was Scott Risplin in H Section, Scott amassed 22kg 980g and was both second in the section and the match, with a good net of bream on the tip.

Rounding out the top three was another Drennan team in Drennan Oxford, Dan Varney was their stand out angler on the New Junction canal, netting 6kg 680g of roach on the pole for second in section. This was backed by a series of solid top ten placings from the rest of the team.

Division One Third Place Drennan Oxford 2019

Pictured: Division One Third Place - Drennan Oxford.

On an individual front it was Rob Jones from Preston Innovations Thatchers that put together an impressive 28kg 850g that took the honours. Rob was end peg on H section of the Aire and Calder and put together quality bream and skimmers on the tip.

RESULTS - Teams:

1 Barnsley Blacks 392 points 56kgs 630grams

2 Hull & District AA 382 points 66kgs 330grams

3 Drennan Oxford 369 points 49kgs 400grams

4 Team Daiwa Dorking 349 points 52kgs 520grams

5 Waynes Tackle Matrix Southport 347 points 51kgs 870grams

6 Daiwa Doncaster D.A.A 343 points 56kgs 810grams

7 Preston Innovations Thatchers 336 points 65kgs 110grams

8 Preston Innovations Sonu Baits North West 321 points 44kgs 830grams

9 Scunthorpe Tackle 315 points 60kgs 170grams

10 Browning Ossett 315 points 40kgs 830grams

RESULTS - Individuals:

1 Rob Jones - Preston Innovations Thatchers 28kgs 850grams

2 Scott Rispin - Hull & District AA 22kgs 980grams

3 Steve Winter - Scunthorpe Tackle 20kgs 620grams

4 Sean Wright - Daiwa Doncaster D.A.A 18kgs 220grams

5 Peter Kitwood - Sensas North 17kgs 360grams

6 Craig Singleton - Sensas North 15kgs 950grams

7 Steve Cable - Preston Innovations Black Horse 13kgs 300grams

8 Carl Yeowell - Maver Milton Keynes AA 13kgs 200grams

9 Pete Duffy - Preston Innovations Sonu Baits North West 11kgs 910grams

10 Nigel Baker - Devizes AA 11kgs 600grams

Our thanks must go to local organisers Paul Caygill and Ian Hirst from the hosting clubs across the canals, to Mike Storey and the Angling Trust volunteer team for running the event. We believe this national is the best on record for average weight since the competitions inception and are thrilled by the support we’ve received from teams. Next year’s Division One National will be on the Grand Union Canal in Northampton.

A full set of results is available online HERE.

A look back at 2018.

Winners Barnsley & District 2018
Pictured: Winners Barnsley & District 2018.

The 103rd Angling Trust Division 1 National Championships was held on Saturday 18th August 2018 on the middle Trent between Nottingham and Newark. 47 teams made their 

The 103rd Angling Trust Division 1 National Championships was held on Saturday 18th August 2018 on the middle Trent between Nottingham and Newark. 47 teams made their way to Nottingham Racecourse for the draw. The river was in great condition after a long period of hot and dry weather had seen river levels fall, water temperatures rise and only a brief break in the weather earlier in the week had eased concerns about fish welfare and had lowere temperatures.

Runners-up Team Daiwa Dorking 2018

Runners-up Team Daiwa Dorking

The 470 competitors were greeted with an awkward westerly wind, but the river fished extremely well in general with only one dry net. Competitors were able to use a variety of methods with pole, feeder, waggler and the occasional stick float all in evidence across the sections which required a flexible approach to maximise each pegs potential.

Third place Lincoln and District 2018

Third place Lincoln and District

The team event was won by Barnsley & District with a total points score of 387, giving them a comfortable margin over Team Daiwa Dorking who totalled 361 points and third placed Lincoln & District AA with 327 points. Barnsley’s tactics centred around a maggot feeder approach with worm hookbait.

On the Individual front Preston Innovations Thatchers, Ian Paulley is certainly having the continued success in Nationals that all competitors dream of. Having finished third individual in 2016 on the River Trent and winning a section in last year’s Division One national on the Shropshire Union Canal, Ian went even further this year taking the individual title from peg E1 at NPS East Stoke with 45kgs 800grams. The peg had good form in the run up to this year’s event and Ian took full advantage with a catch of 14 barbel to 7lb and 14 chub to 4lb on a hemp and caster feeder. A last cast barbel weighing 6lb secured the title for Ian, a sales manager from Blandform in Dorset who described the peg as ‘every anglers dream’ and only set up two feeder rods to attack his peg, with him only using one.

Individual Top 3 from left to right; Darren Taylor 3rd, Ian Paulley 1st & Andy Bradley 2nd

Individual Top 3 from left to right; Darren Taylor 3rd, Ian Paulley 1st & Andy Bradley 2nd

Runner up was Andy Bradley, Mirfield AC from K27 at Rolleston where he caught bream to 5lb throughout the match to narrowly miss out on the title. His 44kgs 200grams was one fish short. It was close for third place too with Darren Taylor of Sensas North from J14 with 43kgs 550 grams. Again, bream made up Darren’s catch from an area which also produced a number of other top ten finishes.

Thanks and appreciation must go to Mark Morris, David Kent, Mick Gibbs, Mike Storey and Dave Watkins for all their help on the day, to the host associations Nottingham Federation, Nottingham AA, Nottingham Piscatorial Society and Newark Federation and their volunteers who worked so hard in preparing pegs, access and stewarding on the day. Thanks also to the Angling Trust, the results team and most importantly to all the anglers who came up to fish the match.

Top 10 team results

1. Barnsley & District - 387 points

2. Team Daiwa Dorking 361 points

3. Lincoln & District AA - 327 points

4. Starlets AS - 325 points

5. Lifestyle Match Group - 318 points

6. Daiwa Gordon League - 317 points

7. Daiwa Doncaster D A A - 311 points

8. Scunthorpe Tackle - 309 points

9. Shakespeare Superteam Bait Tech - 306 points

10. Browning Hotrods - 283 points

Top 10 Individual results

1. Ian Paulley (Preston Innovations Thatchers) – 45kgs 800grams

2. Andy Bradley (Mirfield A.C) – 44kgs 200grams

3. Darren Taylor (Sensas North) – 43kgs 550grams

4. Steve Joy (Matrix Image) - 31kgs 050grams

5. Adam Nurse (Wellingborough & District Nene) - 28kgs 0grams

6. Bob Ball (Sensas North West) – 23kgs 500grams

7. Richard Vaughan (Daiwa Doncaster D.A.A) – 20kgs 950grams

8. Roger Wakenshaw (Lincoln & District AA) – 15kgs 520grams

9. Craig Halksworth (Browning Hotrods) – 14kgs 540grams

10. Steve Webster (Tri Cast Calder) 14kgs 50grams

Please click here for the full results

A look back at 2017.

Shropshire Union Canal
Saturday 19th August 2017

Please click here to view the RESULTS from the Division One National Championship. Please click on the match date and change it to 19/08/2017 and then click search to see the results.

Ted Carter Southport winning Div 1 2017

(Team Champions - Ted Carter Southport)

Division 1 national championship 2017 2nd place team

(2nd place team - Maver Midlands)

Division 1 national championship 2017 3rd place Team

(3rd place team - Drennan North West)

Division 1 national championship 2017 Top 3 Individuals
(Top 3 individuals)
From left to right; 3rd Steve Broome (Maver Midlands), centre; winner Ed Warren (Sensas Starlets) and 2nd Frankie Gianoncelli (Barnsley and District)

The Angling Trust Division One National Championships made its way up to the Shropshire Union Canal for its one hundredth and second runout. An awesome turnout of forty nine teams made their way to the intricate canal system around Market Drayton and were met with some rather changeable conditions.


The 490 competitors had to endure high winds and torrential downpours which made it really tough to consistently present bait to the fish, so it’s fair to say that on this occasion the canal did not show its full potential.  However, despite the low weights only two blanks were recorded which is incredible for a match of this size.


Tactics on the day revolved mainly around three lines; a short line for silvers on bread or squatt, down the track on worms and bigger baits for the perch and skimmers and then one tight across to pick up a few fish that had backed off with the extra foot and boat traffic on the day.


The tough conditions did however make for a very competitive match, with only a few points separating the top teams. After the match there was a tense wait to see who had taken the overall title, with some very good performances from Drenan North West, Ted Carter Southport and Maver Midlands. It was only at the (livestreamed) results that Ted Carter Southport realised they’d edged out Maver by only three points taking the crown of Division One National Champions, Team Captain Chris Gorrell reflected on Ted Carter Southport’s achievement;


‘The lads were ecstatic and it was a proud moment for the team as we lifted the trophy to the applause and cheer from the rest of our competitors. The sportsmanship displayed by all was exemplary and our rivals and friends of which we have competed against for years were quick to congratulate the success’


Ted Carter Southport also won the opportunity to fish the FIPSed World Club Championships in Hungary and we're delighted to report the team have accepted.


On the Individual front, last week’s winning peg from the Individual National threw up the winner for this match as well.  The lucky angler to draw F35 at Cheswardine this week was Sensas Starlets man, Ed Warren.  Fishing chopped worm and dead maggot he caught skimmers up to 2lb steadily throughout the day to record a winning weight of 9.180kg.  Second place went to Barnsley’s Frankie Gianoncelli who drew end peg K1 by the bridge at Coole Lane where he caught roach, big perch and a couple of eels for 7.120kgs.  Maver Midlands, Steve Broome took third place with 6.650kgs from peg E15 at Little Soudley.


Our thanks must go to Terry Nutt, Micheal Nutt and Dave Watkins for all their help on the day, for organising run-up matches, pegging and the all-important interaction with local community. Further thanks to all the local anglers who helped steward on the day and the local clubs for putting forward their fishing. Finally thanks to Canal and River Trust for all their assistance, the tireless volunteers at the Angling Trust, the resulting team and most importantly to all the anglers who came up to fish the match.



Team Results


1. Ted Carter Southport, 389 points

2. Maver Midlands, 386 points

3. Drennan Northwest, 346 points

4. Sensas Starlets, 342 points

5. Shakespeare Superteam Bait-Tech 341 points

6. Browning Hotrods, 322 points

7. Drennan Leicester, 320 points

8. Devizes AA, 313 points

9. Drennan Oxford 311 points

10. Sensas Dams and Locks, 308 points





1. Ed Warren, Sensas Starlets, 9.180kg

2. Frankie Gianoncelli, Barnsley and District, 7.120kg

3. Steve Broome, Maver Midlands, 6.650kg

4. Dave Brown, Maver Midlands, 6.140kg

Open Match Results leading up to Division 1 National Championship

Division 1 National

Practice Open Match Results

May 21st D Section Soudley 60 Entries

This was the first match on the Section for over 6 months. There were plenty of small fish being caught and the odd decent bream and chub lost. The winner had 2 bream for 7 lb and a decent perch down the track, plus 1lb of bits in his winning weight.


1st Ken Mainwaring on D4 9-2-1 Wyche Anglers- £170

2nd Mark Hardman on D1 8-14-9 Sensas Black Country -£130

3rd Dave Holbrook on D23 8-7-0 Four Ashes AC - £100

4th Damien Parry on D54 8-1-0 Wyche Anglers - £80

Sections £40

1-10 S Henshall Peg 10 5-9-0

11-20 J Clegg Peg 17 6-11-13

21-30 D Mawby Peg 24 7-4-4

31-40 C Westwood Peg 33 4-5-12

41-50 M Owen Peg 49 4-12-0

51-60 P Johnson Peg 60 6-7-10

May 27th J Section Hawksmoor 34 Entries

Blustery winds together with a strong flow from the nearby locks made presentation very difficult for the anglers, and far bank fishing impossible until the last hour. No big fish showed with weights made up of small fish, with eels hooked and lost down the track.


1st Paul Cowern on Peg 34 2-14-4 Browning Central £100

2nd Simon Preece on Peg 1 2-7-4 Crewe Match £80

3rd Bernie Leatherbarrow on Peg 20 1-14-8 Browning Lifestyle £58

Sections £25

1-5 S Rusliton Peg 3 1-12-8

6-10 M Appleby Peg 10 0-15-8

11-15 P Dobing Peg 11 1-9-14

16-20 M Wood Peg 19 1-8-0

21-25 S Nickless Peg 21 1-11-0

26-30 R Guest Peg 29 & S Mottram Peg 30 1-8-14

31-34 K Hulland Peg 31 1-3-8

A better match on this section where plenty of bites were available of both small and large fish. The winner had mostly small skimmers and roach on his bridge-hole peg, Once again better fish, notably chub, perch, eels and bream were lost in the match.

May 28th H Section Cross-Over Adderley


1st Dave Hughes on Peg 55 8-3-14 Sensas Black Country £110

2nd Simon Preece on Peg 15 7-13-0 Crewe Match £85

3rd Damian Parry on Peg 8 7-11-0 Browning Lifestyle £60

4th Keith Hulland on Peg 1 7-4-0 Team Eclipse £50

5th Steve Fogel on Peg 50 6-14-0 Crewe Match £40

Sections £25

1-5 L Capewell Peg 5 4-14-4

6-10 A Round Peg 7 5-5-12

11-15 S Brookes Peg 13 3-7-4

16-20 S Mottram Peg 17 4-11-0

21-25 S Dudley Peg 22 6-8-5

26-30 P Johnson Peg 28 4-3-0

36-40 D Whittington Peg 36 4-8-0

41-45 R Guest Peg 45 3-14-13

46-50 M Owen Peg 49 5-0-0

51-55 C Harvey Peg 52 5-1-6

June 11th 2017 K Section Coole Pilate 59 Entries

This match was fished on untried areas either side of the Wybunbury AC waters, which produced plenty of small fish. It was a very windy day which made bait presentation difficult. The larger skimmers showed in the noted pegs in the middle section. Overall it fished up to expectations.

1st B Krupnyckyj on peg 14 8-18 Maver North West £250

2nd Mark Derry on peg 9 8-1-4 Sensas Black Country £150

3rd Fred Cheetham on peg 1 7-5-4 Team Eclipse £100

4th Richard Guest on peg 41 6-13-4 Maver Midlands £70

5th Daz Shaw on peg 17 5-10-11 Maver North West £50

Sections 1st £40 2nd £25

1-15 1st D Hughes Peg 7 4-15-10

2nd D Lloyd Peg 5 3-14-3

16-30 1st A Crook Peg 21 3-9-5

2nd M Appleby Peg 25 2-6-4

31-45 1st D Williams Peg 39 5-6-0

2nd A Round Peg 42 5-2-8

45-59 1st T Swindels Peg 59 4-14-4

2nd S Nickless Peg 55 4-7-8

June 17th 2017 G Section Coal Yard to Bretton Wood 47 Entries

Red hot weather conditions together with very little shade for the fish proved difficult for the anglers to get consistent bites. The match was won on the boats in the higher section numbers, with the winner netting a decent bream, a good perch and an eel together with 3lb of squat fish.

1st Jason Cunningham on Peg 39 7-6-0 Shakespeare £105

2nd Chris Morris on Peg 1 6-2-8 Chester £90

3rd Steve Hurst on Peg 44 6-0-8 Drennan Leicester £75

4th Steve Brookes on Peg 43 5-9-0 Wellingborough £60

Sections £40

1-9 L Kenyon 4-1-3

10-18 B Sharratt

19-27 B Yeomans 4-8-12

28-37 D Massey 4-12-0

38-47 Ian Alexander 5-1-8

A much improved canal saw fish feeding and therefore producing better weights, with the top two

pegged either side of the wires in Hinstock Wood. These weights were made up of decent bream, skimmers, roach and perch. Plenty of small fish were available with eels being another main quarry taken in the track.

June 24th 2017 E&F Sections Soudley & Goldstone 86 Entries

1st Steve Broome on Peg E45 22-6-0 Maver Midlands £165

2nd Tom Barlow on Peg E46 18-10-0 Maver North West £145

3rd John Waples on Peg F36 11-12-0 Sensas Strike £125

4th Daz Shaw on Peg F46 8-13-8 Maver North West £100

5th Paul Turner on Peg E11 8-3-0 Maver Midlands £80

6th Rob Francis on Peg F10 6-14-4 Sensas Strike £60

Sections £40

E2-E11 Peg E8 D McManus 6-7-10

E12-E23 Peg E23 D Conway 5-14-0

E24-E33 Peg E32 M Derry 3-12-0

E34-E46 Peg E39 P Dobing 6-11-4

E47-F5 Peg E50 J Clegg 6-1-0

F7-F17 Peg 11 B Wilkes & Peg F13 F Cheetham 5-10-0

F18-F27 Peg F23 R Priestley 6-13-12

F29-F39 Peg F31 L Kenyon 6-1-0

F40-F48 Peg F48 S Hurst 5-4-0

A Look back at 2016

The Angling Trust Division 1 National Championship saw 45 teams (450 anglers) come together on the tidal and non-tidal River Trent on Saturday 20th August 2016.

After weeks of fairly settled weather, a low pressure system moved over the country on the Friday before the match, and Saturday dawned with forecasts of 40 mph winds and rain. However, nothing could dampen the quiet confidence that was evident amongst the highly successful and current champions, Barnsley Blacks. They had performed well in practice sessions and so it was with some inevitability that they emerged once more as Division 1 champions, with a very consistent team performance giving them a comfortable 13 point lead over the runners up.

Team manager Glenn Lawrence confirmed that his highly talented team had shared information but each angler was trusted to read his own peg and fish accordingly. They had no section winners, but every man had more than 30 points.

Strong winds made it very difficult to target the roach that had been turning up on float methods in the lead up to the match, but local knowledge paid off for the runners up and third placed teams, Lincoln & District and Scunthorpe Tackle respectively. Daiwa Dorking finished 4th, Derbyshire Angling Fed 5th, followed by Starlets, Lincs County, Daiwa Gordon League and Winterton completing the top 10.

Top individual places were dominated by the favoured low numbers in the weir field at Holme Marsh, with Rob Perkins finishing top weight with 40.620 kg, consisting of 22 bream from B17 (permanent peg 8). The Matrix Dynamite Trentman fished a groundbait feeder with chopped worm and caster, fishing worm tipped with a red maggot on the hook. Runner up Shaun Bryan (Daiwa Gordon League) weighed in 30.350 kg from peg B19; also bream on the feeder. Third placed man Andy Dixon (Lincs County) fished caught skimmers at Dunham peg H17 for 23.120 kg, peg B19 on the weir gave Wayne Parker 19.840 kg and fourth place. Alan Henry (Scunthorpe Tackle) 17.450kg and Mark Perkins (Derbyshire Angling Fed) 14.800 kg completed the top 6.

A great contest fished in very difficult conditions, underlining the skill and determination of the anglers taking part. Congratulations to all!

Top 10 team results;

1st Barnsley Blacks 380 points 44.650 kg
2nd Lincoln & District AC 367 points 46.920 kg
3rd Scunthorpe Tackle 345 points 42.410 kg
4th Team Daiwa Dorking 341 points 35.630 kg
5th Derbyshire Angling Fed 326 points 45.430 kg
6th Browning Hotrods 314 points 29.640 kg
7th Starlets AC  308 points 35.730 kg
8th Lincs County 300 points 43.990 kg
9th Daiwa Gordon League 293 points 52.710 kg
10th Winterton AC  290 points 27.810 kg

Top 6 individual results;

1st Rob Perkins (Dynamite Matrix Trentmen) B17 - 40.620 kg
2nd Shaun Bryan (Daiwa Gordon League) B19 - 30.350 kg
3rd Andy Dixon (Lincs County) H17 - 23.120 kg
4th Wayne Parker (Swindon Isis AC) B18 - 19.840 kg
5th Alan Henry (Scunthorpe Tackle)  K21 - 17.450 kg
6th Mark Perkins (Derbyshire Angling Fed)  B21 - 16.800 kg


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