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BDAS MATCH FIXTURES AND WORKING PARTIES 2018


** There are No Mid-week matches for the 2018 season


APRIL

22td Sun             Bridigo Match          (Mick/Tony)                  Bridigo                  10.00 - 15.00

                                                     (Silver fish only)


JUNE

3th Sun             Summer Match       (Mick/Tony)                   Bridigo                  13.00 - 18.00

                                                 (Silver fish only)


24th Sun            PRIVATE MATCH CLOSED ALL DAY           Cublington


                                                      


AUGUST

5th Sun              Officers Match           (Mick/Tony)               Bridigo                  13.00 - 18.00


10st Sun              Over 60’s                (Laurence)                  Bridigo                  13.00 – 18.00

 

SEPTEMBER

15th Sat            Afternoon Match    (Mick/Tony)                   Cublington             13.00 - 18.00


OCTOBER  

7th Sun              Autumn Match          (Mick/Tony)                Bridigo                  10.00 - 15.00

                                                    (Silver fish only)


NOVEMBER

4th Sun               Whiskey Sweepstake        (Mick/Tony)       Bridigo                  10.00 - 15.00


To register for weekend matches contact either Mick (07773922948),Tony (07752347753) or Laurence(01442873832) 2 weeks before the date of the match.


All matches will be pegged on the day.


All matches are drawn 30 minutes before stated start time.


“Please note that Bridigo & Cublington” will be closed to pleasure anglers during matches and  until 2 hours after the match finishing time.


£20 Winners Prize (donated by the club) for all matches.


The “Officers Match” is open to all members.


 ALL MEMBERS ARE WELCOME TO FISH MATCHES

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