Ireland wins International Feeder Friendly Challenge
March 27th, 2017 | by Myles Kelly
Ireland’s International Feeder Friendly Challenge took place on Loughs Sillan and Namachree yesterday. The conditions were not ideal with a cold & frosty start followed by flat calm waters but the fishing followed.
Team Ireland retained their title winning with 13.5 points. In second place was Lithuania with 20 points and 3rd and 4th place was very close between Poland and Romania.
How the teams fared
- Ireland 13.5 pts
- Lithuania 20 pts
- Poland 33 pts
- Romania 33.5 pts
Well done to the individual winners with Philip Jackson 1st with a weight of 9.02kg for Ireland, Second Donatas Nekrasius with 4.94kg for Lithuania and Rory Dunne in third place again for Ireland with 4.700kg.
Besides the scores this was a great event with friendly banter all round and an ideal opportunity for clubs and nations to get together. Roll on next year! Well done to everyone who took part. See you on the bank again soon…..
National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland
Report courtesy ofthe National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland, members of the Angling Council of Ireland, Ireland’s National Governing Body for coarse and predator angling as recognised by Sport Ireland and Sport NI. www.ncffi.ie