Top weight for Julian

PUBLISHED: 17:32 25 July 2017

Ritchie Hawkins.

Ritchie Hawkins.


Julian Pinkett weighed in the top weight in the latest Costcutter match on the Main Lake at Shiplate Farm Fisheries.

The latest Costcutter match on the Main Lake at Shiplate Farm Fisheries, saw Julian Pinkett pull in the top weight of 141lb 6oz from peg 14.

He was followed by Mark Jones with 105lb 12oz from peg 15 and Lee Waller, 82lb 5oz from peg seven. Top silvers went to George Fletcher, 31lb 10oz from peg 13.

The open match on the Hawthorns was won by Ritchie Hawkins, 125lb 4oz (peg 7), followed by Steve Howell 79lb 14oz (peg 12) and John Hawkins 76lb 6oz (peg 4). Top silvers went to Glynn Wickham with 16lb 8oz on peg three.

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