MATT CROWL won the latest Shepherd Angling Club match on the River Derwent.
Conditions below the wood at Kirkham Abbey were perfect, with a bit of colour in the water, but the roach and dace normally caught on this stretch failed to show in any numbers.
Crowl's 10lb haul included three chub, each around 3lb, putting him ahead of Pete Mills, whose 7lb 9oz included two chub.
A number of York & District Amalgamation of Anglers' members have called an extraordinary general meeting to discuss amendments to two rules relating to voting rights at the annual general meeting.
Them meeting will take place on Monday, July 28 in the club headquarters at St Clement's Club, at 8pm.
YDAA yearbooks should be carried by those attending for voting purposes on the amendments.
Meanwhile, for the next three Mondays a working party will be blitzing the Laybourne Lakes complex.
All volunteers will be welcome to help out and should bring tools for strimming and lopping, plus raking up the cut material.
Sunday, July 13
Hemingbrough Pond: Cygnet AC.
Howsham (Paradise Farm): New Earswick AC.
Laybourne (Marley pool, pegs one to ten, 37 to 52): White Rose AC.
Poppleton (Moatfield, Sellars’s): Burton Stone Lane WMC AC.
Saturday, July 19
Laybourne (Marley, pegs one to 20): York Railway Institute Angling Section.
Sunday, July 20
Beningbrough Park: York Angling Association.
Laybourne (Brown’s pool, pegs 15 to 36): White Rose AC.
Laybourne (Marley pool, pegs one to 36): Acomb WMC AC.
Park View Lake (pegs six to 36): Huntington WMC AC.
Selby Canal (Brayton Bridge): New Earswick AC.
Wednesday, July 23
Laybourne (Marley, all pegs): YDAA Veterans match.
Saturday, July 26
Rawcliffe Lake: New Earswick Juniors training session.
Sunday, July 27
Hemingbrough Pond: Poppleton Rovers AC.
Kirkham ('A' section): Burton Stone Lane WMC AC.
Laybourne (Brown’s, pegs one to 30): Bishopthorpe & Acaster AC.
Laybourne (Marley, pegs 13 to 36): Cygnet AC.
Poppleton (Moatfield and Sellars’s): Acomb WMC AC.