Holdfast Bank Clearing Session
A bank clearing session is to be held at Holdfast from 9am on Sunday 26th May. All members are invited to lend a hand to ensure that Holdfast is made ready for the new season. Please bring along a few basic tools and machines such as strimmers if you have them.
MUAA AGM and Presentation Evening – Thursday 25th April 2019
Malvern Anglers gathered at Newtown Club for their annual general meeting and trophy presentation. After a welcome by club chairman Ian Goddard and positive reports by club secretary Mick Perks and treasurer John Shaw, the match secretary was pleased to report a very successful year of competitions. The previous year had seen an increased number of participants in club matches that had been held on a variety of different river and pool venues. In particular, the matches had been competed in a good spirit with many close finishes and indeed, the 11 club trophies had been won by 10 different people.
The club expressed their appreciation to Sue Troughton, the riparian owner of the stretch of the river Severn at Holdfast used by the club, and she was invited to present the trophies to the winners.
The picture below shows Sue Troughton presenting the Club Champion Cup to Lee Harman.
Club Champion Cup: Lee Harman
Spring League Shield: Chris Loveridge
Fitzwater Trophy: Richard Webster
Newtown Shield: Dennis Flanagan
John Perks Shield: Pete Roberts
Derek Evans Trophy: Steve Cox
Dick Oakley Shield: Dave Harris
Roy Bouston Shield: Paul Lane
Ron Thomas Cup: Chris Loveridge & Nigel Bayliss
Winter League Shield: Lee Harman
Sue Troughton River Cup: Dick Oakley
Before you fish at Holdfast please check that your chosen peg is safe as the platforms can be disturbed or damaged by high river levels, passing boats and even passing people. Please report any pegs you consider unsafe to a committee member or via email to mchlPerks6@aol.com
Can all members please ensure that when fishing the Club water you clear and take away any rubbish you may have. Also, please take good care of the fish you catch by carefully unhooking and gently placing it in a fish friendly net.