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PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! A fantastic turn out of match anglers turned out to honour the past Chairman of Liverpool DAA on Sunday for the Fred Moss Memorial. Now in its thirteenth year, this match as always is a great tribute to one of the most respected anglers that has ever graced the Northwest, evidenced on Sunday by 70 matchmen taking part. With a well laid plan that saw the preparation by officials and volunteers who participated in a ‘clean up’, this saw many of pegs stretching from Brewery Lane back to the Legion at Maghull looking very fanciful. ‘Big fish’ were within everyone’s thoughts here and after the eventful draw, with social distancing restrictions, carefully in place, it was always going to be interesting, especially with so many top rods present paying homage to ‘Mossy’. Bream again were always going to figure in this one and making the best of the draw on the ‘walkover’ near Maghull Station was Rob Holt. Read More Related Articles Angling: Spendlove makes it two in two Here, the Saints man from Bolton took seven good bream and some skimmers from the early stages of the match for a 17.5.6 weight to take the top honours and coveted trophy. Second place went to Aintree’s Jeff Stirrat, who, not only as a great friend of Fred’s, is the current holder who has actually won it twice. Stirrat pegged on the bend at the gardens near the M58 took bream, skimmers and eels for a close 15.10.0. Wigan’s most colourful character Tommy Fairhurst, a very popular regular visitor on our waters took third place with a big tench and skimmers for 12.14.0. Rob Holt (Saints) won the L&DAA Fred Moss Memorial on Sunday with 17.5.6. (Image: Liverpool Echo) Tommy was on Maghull’s cricket pitch. Overall it was a fantastic day that emphasised everything about what angling is all about.
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. Lucie Joan is a ten year old girl from Bootle who has recently had a brain tumour which has been found and since removed. As the family prepare for some specialist cancer treatment at Christies in Manchester this week, this one was a ‘must do’ when it came to wanting to support someone on Fred’s Memorial Day. On behalf of everyone involved I would like to offer our best wishes and hope the sum raised can give some comfort to the family within their journey together. On the club scene, the Alliance saw 26 members attending the clubs weekly outing. This one was a pair’s match which saw Steve Cain and Andy Bolton take the honours with 78.5.0. Glyn Jones and Derek Bradshaw took second with 69.3.0.
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Mike Crombleholme took the individual honours with 55.12.0. Marin Lake on Mescar Fisheries is providing some excellent sport where again this popular water has seen bream and skimmers dominating recently. Carp however are also very much proving a winning formula and Sunday saw Saints rod Steve Boyd took the honours in this one taking carp to 6lb on pellet within a mixed winning bag for 46lb using pellet feeder. MAP’s well known rod Andy May took second place with 36.10 on pellet and Seaforth’s very own Guru took third with 31.14.0.
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