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Good Evening Everyone, We now have details of Stuart’s funeral :- A message from Keith Hudson. “Stuart’s funeral will take place at 2pm on Monday 1st April at Sileby Methodist Church, King Street Sileby. Burial at the Natural Burial Centre Prestwold at 3pm. Refreshments will be available from 3pm at The Soar bridge Inn Barrow Upon Soar. Everyone is welcome to attend, his daughter would like a rough idea of numbers for catering, if you plan on being at the Soar Inn please text Claire Black on 07841 099404.” Thanks, Roy.
DIPPYS BACK initially by his best pal Roy Good Evening Everyone, 26 hours on after yesterday’s members match, the time is right to share with you some feedback. Whilst this is a long report, we cannot defend Mr D.P.Y. Ward anymore. Our hero D.P.Y Ward is back on top form after receiving 1-1 tuition from his best pal Roy. On Saturday he was top man at Holme Farm with 127lbs. This was I was told by D.P.Y that he was against the six top venue anglers who were in the match of six. The committee is not convinced. Normally our man goes to Shearsby Valley Lakes where our aged angler gets special attention and is well cared for. Dan Hull the fishery owner confirmed this in a phone call. Dan said “we have now completed rebuilding all of our access paths to the pegs they all are wheel chair friendly and staff will assist our aged anglers with disabilities to their pegs”. Now onto Sunday, having drawn an absolute flier in our Glebe Members event our hero continued his current form by taking..
Good Evening All, Mr Ward paid a nice tribute to our good friend Stuart Johnstone before today’s draw. Our thoughts are with his wife & family. We had 29 members in attendance today. Cold overnight temperatures & a cold wind along with the odd shower meant difficult fishing conditions for most. However, we still had some great weights. Today’s match winner was Andrew Williams pictured who drew an absolute flier in peg 86 on lake 6. Weighing 137lb 6oz catching initially on the feeder tight over, before switching to pellets long & then finishing off down his left edge at around 14m mainly on pellets. Not far behind was Dom Lanni who drew peg 2 on lake 1, despite a slow start, his left margin came good for him on corn to see him weigh 131lb 10oz. With Steve Marshall taking third today with 120lb 10oz from peg 8 on lake 1. Here are today’s weigh sheets. Watch this space for a post match review of Mr D.P.Y. Wards PATHETIC effort today as anglers who drew near him today are still in shock..