Omega Watches Keith Ellington and Ted Stephe

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Keith Ellington and Ted Stephens to be remembered in Cromwell Lake’s Absent Friends Trophy

The inaugural Absent Friends Trophy will be fished for at Cromwell Lake on Easter Monday in memory Omega Watches of Keith Ellington and Ted Stephens.It costs to Omega Watches enter, with the pegging fee going to the charity, and there will also be a raffle. Anglers are asked to just turn up by noon for the dra Omega Watches w and take part.Meanwhile, John Whitehead and Wayne Easey won the first two rounds of the complex Bait Tech sponsored Saturday series, which also starts each week with the draw at noon.Details Saturday: 1 Wayne Easey (Cambridge) 36lb 4oz, 2 Ray Best (Cromwell Lake) 33 3, 3 Nick Ohlemann (Huntingdon) 24 10. April 5: 1 John Omega Watches Whitehead (Stanjay) 48 12, 2 Ricky Ashwell (Mad Tackle) 42 8, 3 Simon Easey (Stanjay) 39lb.Gavin Goldthorp mustered 56lb 4oz to taste success at Whittlesford Westside Farm.He fished down the edge of Lake Two to take the honours, while Frank Farrington sneaked in some late roach to pip Vinny Easey for second spot.The opens on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday both begin with draws at 9.45am. Call Farrington on 01223 461361 for more information.Details 1 Gavin Goldthorp 56lb 4oz, 2 Frank Farrington 41 5, 3 Vinny Easey 41 2.Nothing could divide John Belshaw and Nigel Fawkes in the latest Tuesday open at Elsworth Lawn Farm Fisheries.Belshaw and Fawkes both ended with 100lb to their name, with the former using corn and meat on the long pole and the latter preferring just meat on the long pole on Honeysuckle Lake.And Pete Simons was the victor in last week veterans match as he compiled a bag weighing 83lb 5oz.Next Tuesday open and Thursday veterans contests are on Honeysuckle Lake with draws at 9am. Call 01954 718269 to book.Details Tuesday: 1 John Belshaw (Cambridge) and Nigel Fawkes (St Neots) 100lb, 3 Pete Simons (Gamlingay) 80lb 8oz. Veterans: 1 Simons 83 5, 3 Roger Dickerson 65 8, 3 Rob Heath 58 10.Simon Wheeler put the heaviest bag of the week on the scales at Cross Drove Fishery near Mildenhall.His 73lb 4oz effort earned him victory on Saturday, while Mark Pollard and Simon Easey also won at the complex.Details Sunday: 1 Mark Pollard (Shimano Dynamite) 59lb 3oz, 2 Mick Dixon (Garbolino RAF) 40 2, 3 Tony Watling (Cross Drove) 40lb. Saturday: 1 Simon Wheeler (Daiwa Dynamite) 73 4, 2 Chris Vandervliet (Dreman Bowler Bait Tech) 53 9, 3 Jamie Thompson (Cross Drove) 49 14. Wednesday: 1 Simon Easey (Stanjay) 52 9, 2 Pete Norman (Kev Tackle) 44 14, 3 Glen Burden (Cross Drove) 42 5.