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Charity Beach Competition Sunday 28th May 2017

The Charity Beach Competition which took place on Sunday 28th May 2017 was  part of our 2017 fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support.

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The Charity Beach Competition in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support took place in Pevensey Bay on Sunday 28th May. The £15 entry for this comp included a £5 donation to Macmillan, and £10 towards the cash prize fund and 36 people entered the comp. 


Sponsorship for this Charity comp meant that there were also a number of good prizes up for grabs. These included: a Tronix Vipe Beach Rod, donated by Tronixpro, a Vass Winter Thermal Smock donated by Vass Waders & Rainwear, a Blackrock TT8000 Fast Drag Distance Reel donated by Fishzone Blackrock, 2 x Sovereign Boat Rods donated by Masterline Walker, a Beach Rod Rest donated by Svendsen Sports and a seat box donated by Anglers Den.
The Junior prize, a Beach Fishing Set , was kindly donated by Dennis Puttick.

The organisers would like to thank all of the contributors for their generous donations.

1st Gerald Sargeant - 249pts - 4lb 12oz (pictured with 45cm plaice)
2nd Trevor Rooney - 123pts
3rd Malcolm Payne - 110pts
4th Phil Taylor - 102pts
5th Ollie Franks (Jnr) - 98pts
6th Dennis Puttick - 94pts
7th John Ryder - 93pts
8th Ian Hopper - 90pts
9th Dave Dawson - 70pts
10th Daniel Wood - 62pts
11th Arran Aghili - 60pts

1st Ollie Franks - 98pts
2nd Kyle Mayo - 39pts

Biggest Flat Fish - Ollie Franks - Dover Sole 42cm (pictured)
Biggest Round Fish - Gerald Sargeant - Bass 34cm

In the true spirit of the event, Gerald Sargeant who won both the heaviest round and flatfish prizes (two boat rods), donated a boat rod to Junior Angler Ollie Franks who had caught the second biggest flat fish with a dover sole of 42cm and just under 2lb.

Many Thanks to Rod Reynolds , Les Glazzard and Ian Hopper for organising this comp which raised £180 in entry money which has already been paid into the fundraising account at http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/anglersdensussex
Lots of raffle tickets were also sold on the day, meaning that the event raised almost £300 in total - Fantastic - Well Done to all ?