CORMORANTS' Graham Collins landed a bumper pay day in the club's latest match on Longbridge lakes when scoring a runaway victory from the golden peg which landed him a jackpot of £370.

Collins was the last angler to win the Cormorants' Golden Peg money back in September when he collected a similar amount at Tony Beeny's Wytherington Farm. The double was always on the cards after Collins drew peg 27, the same peg that Steve Rochester won from recently with 76lb 7oz.

Fishing down the bank into the lilies with waggler and corn on a size 12 hook and 3lb line, Collins caught from the start ending up with six fish for 51lb 9oz for a comfortable victory.

That win would have been worth a further £100 if Collins had entered the super pool.

River keeper Simon Hambridge, who finished runner-up, collected the super pool money and second prize money for his three carp haul and skimmers taken on the waggler and pellet up in the water from peg 21 for 27lb 4oz.

His catch proved just enough to see off Cormorant Team Sillybaits' Steve Rochester who took four carp for 26lb 10oz.

Wimborne held a club match on Tower Lake which produced some big bags of carp with Dorset Raiders' Jem Turner taking 15 fish on the method feeder and maggot from by the first island to win handsomely.

Bournemouth Lodge's Iver Brittain finished second after landing 11 slightly bigger fish for 62lb on the method feeder from open water.

The Bournemouth Lodge Open on Hordle saw a good turn out of 31 anglers and a fantastic finish with just ounces separating the front two in a peg to peg battle on the canal lake. Poingdestres' Pete Newman eventually got the better of the argument with 42lb 10oz of carp to 3lb taken on the pole and corn from the end peg to shade Eastleigh's Paul White who finished with 42lb 3oz next to the winner.

Salisbury & District's club event on the River Nadder saw Malcom Pepperell take four small chub and a quality roach of 1lb 14oz from below the mill at Harnham on the pole and maggot. That was enough to shade out Andy Mitchell with 9lb 10oz.

The club's fixture on the Hampshire Avon at Amesbury proved a struggle. Lee Goodfellow needed just a handful of dace and grayling for 3lb 13oz to see off brother Ian with 2lb 14oz.