Neyland Sea Angling club had its presentation night in the Admiral Benbow Pub in Neyland.

The Mayor, Councillor Bill McGarvie, and wife Joyce presented the trophies to all the worthy winners, and 14 year old Lewis Edwards and his father Nicky Edwards represented Pembrokeshire Special Needs Gymnastics Club. All monies raised in the raffle was donated to their club.

Sponsors Mick and Helen of the Admiral Benbow also matched the donation, and overall £400 was raised and then doubled for a grand total of £800.

This will help Pembrokeshire Special Needs gymnasts competing in the 2021 Special Olympics in Liverpool.

On the night, winning a total of seven trophies including the Champions Cup was Barry Palmer who also took the Conger Cup, Most Species trophy, Longest Fish of the Season, the trophy for most wins with seven for the season, the Neyland Venue Winners trophy, and finally the Longest Length of the Season.

Another big trophy winner was Dai Etherington who won a total of five categories. He was the winner of the Presidents Cup, The 12 hour Fishguard Match trophy, The Fur and Feather, Longest Wrasse, And finally the Pairs trophy with Stan Kucyj.

Top Junior was Gethin Adams who swept the board with five awards. He won trophies for Longest Fish, Most Wins in the Juniors, Most Species, Longest Length and the Junior Champion.

Winning Fish of the Season was Mathew South. Elder Fisherman’s Cup went to Rob Morris. The Longest Flounder went to Yubbie Rogers. Saudersfoot venue, and Longest Other Flatfish was won by Leigh Rogers. Champion Female Angler was taken again this year by Karen Morris. 

Tom O’Brien and wife Carys were thanked for the hard work they put in to organise the night, as were Mick and Helen of the Admiral Benbow.
Neyland Sean Angling Club are always accepting new anglers from complete novices to seasoned anglers so if anyone would like to be a member contact Rob Morris on 07964 981821 for information.