Oglesbee claims the win in Swallow Lake match

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With a slight rise in temperature, the fish are starting to go on the feed at Westwood Lakes.

Last week’s Tuesday Open was held on Swallow Lake, where Paul Oglesbee showed everyone the way.

Oglesbee was on peg four and fished 14.5m with pellets and maggots to catch a mixed bag.

He won the match with a haul of 76lb 0oz.

Just behind Paul was Brian Harding.

He fished from peg five with 55lb 4oz.

Steve Lane was happy enough to settle for third from peg six with 48lb 6oz.

Results: 1 Paul Oglesbee (Westwood Lakes) peg 4, 76lb 0oz; 2 Brian Harding (Bait-Tech) peg 5, 55lb 4oz; 3 Steve Lane (Westwood Lakes) peg 6, 48lb 6oz; 4 Roy Taylor (Westwood Lakes) peg 16, 40lb 4oz.

Thursday’s Over 50s Open was won by Brian Thompson.

Twenty-two anglers came out and took advantage of the mildly better weather.

Falcon Lake obliged by giving some pretty nice numbers.

Thompson, on peg nine, recorded a haul of 86lbs.

Richard Baker was second on peg 28 with 61lbs.

Third place went to Roy Taylor at peg three with 60lbs 8oz.

Results: 1 Brian Thompson, peg 9, 86lbs; 2 Richard Baker peg 28, 61lbs; 3 Roy Taylor peg 3, 60lb 8oz; 4 Paul Oglesby peg 35, 58lbs.

The Sunday Open was fished on Falcon Lake, and won by Luke Morley.

Fifteen anglers took part in the latest Winter League match.

Results: 1 Luke Morley peg 40, 97lbs; 2 Martin Kirk peg 34, 84lbs 12oz; 3 P. Harsley peg 22, 80lbs; 4 Brian Harding peg 28, 74lbs 12oz; 5 Adam Swain peg 49, 74lbs 12.

Overall standings: 1 Luke Morley 17pts, 2 Paul Harsley 21pts, 3 Adam Swain 24pts, 4 Mick Stamp 25pts, 5 Richard Kinnersley 25pts, 6 Roy Wells 30pts, 7 Ady Gothercole 33pts, 8 Janusz Kedzierski 35pts, 9 Steve Lane 36 pts, 10 Martin Kirk 37pts, 11 Brian Harding 37pts, 12 Tony Evans 39pts, 13 Carl Williams 43pts, 14 Steve Pell 43pts, 15 Tom Edwards 44pts, 16 Ben Appleby 44pts, 17 Cameron Stokes 45pts.