Tough going at Buttonhole as top rod Paul Billman in second visit bags 32lb and Pawel Nycz takes runner-up spot with 28lb 6oz
The Wednesday Tydd Gote open match fished on the North Level Drain produced a tie for first place between Archie Greenwood and John Taylor, both weighing in 8lb 4oz.
John got off to a great start, catching roach and rudd early in the match.
Archie found the fish later in the day and managed to draw level in the last few minutes to share the spoils.
Pete Emery was third with 6lb 4oz. He caught on both waggler and short pole.
The Sunday club match destined for Main Road had to be relocated due to a layer of ice and weed up to Clough Bridge.
An energetic ice breaking session soon warmed things up but the match itself was a dour affair.
Peg 1 always produces fish even in the worst of conditions and so it proved for Andrew Kilby, who tempted 16 small fish, with Pete Emery the only other catcher with a miniscule roach in the last half hour for second place.
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