A very pensive moment for club members as they await the raffle draw which raised £156 - many thanks to the two enforcers for the evening, John Hansford and Mike Rogers for encouraging members to give so generously!
Ryan Turner receiving the clubman shield for the work done on the website throughout the year.
Darren Herbert receiving the salver for Best Overall Shore Champion (Saturday & Wednesday Competitions) with 61pts.
Phil Marshall presenting Darren Herbert with the Victoria Pier Tankard - most number of species caught in shore competitions with 16 species.
Phil Marshall presenting the Shemara Cup for most boat competition points to the joint winners Steve Sweet and Darren Herbert with 20 points each.
Darren Herbert receiving the Styles Tiles Shield for most points in Wednesday League with 39 points.
Steve Sweet wins the Skipper's Shield (most specimen catch during a season) with a total of 684.57%
Gavin Tyte collecting from Phil Marshall the Uncle John Cup for his Cuckoo Wrasse specimen of 2.03lbs. This fish was a specimen size of 162.61%, set another new club record and is No 4 on the all time Top 20 fish listing.
Gavin Tyte collecting the combined best specimen shield for accumulating a record 511.14%.
Darren Herbert receiving the Harry May Cup for most species caught from the boat in competition with 18 species.
Peter Gaffney winning the Best Boat Specimen in Competition Trophy with a Pouting of 3.22lbs - another new club record.
Phil Marshall debating whether a kayak is a boat while giving Ryan Turner the best boat Bull Huss trophy for a 10.4lb specimen caught from a kayak.
No wonder Barry Moore is happy! - He has just won the Plaice Boat Cup with another new club record fish of 4.2lbs. Barry's secret bait - a size 3/0 pennel rig with a whole squid bait.
Gavin Tyte receives from Phil Marshall the Tope Shield for his catch of 7.71lbs
Ryan Turner receiving the Boat caught Skate Trophy after catching a Thornback Ray of 8.3lb from his Kayak.
Pete Williams collecting the best shore caught Whiting trophy after his club record 2.5lb fish. An amazing 168.72% Which sits 3rd on the all time top 20.
Phil Marshall presenting Ryan Turner with the Boat caught Skate Trophy after catching a Thornback Ray of 8.3lb from his Kayak.
Mike Hansell receives from Phil Marshall the Misty Morn Pollock trophy for his new club record boat Pollock of 15.06lbs.
Phil Marshall presents Simon Skinner with the Best Shore Cod Trophy for his cod of 7.72lbs.
Phil Marshall receiving the Nags Head Cup for Best Mackerel from the boat of 1.33lbs from Steve Sweet.
Simon Skinner looking in thoughtful mode after winning the Ginger Bartlett trophy for Best Shore Caught Bass of 7.25lbs.
Phil Marshall presents Mark Mather with the Best Shore caught Mullet trophy for his Golden-Grey Mullet of 1.55lbs.
Pete Yates - best flounder
Pete Yates winning the best flatfish tankard after landing a 2.66lb (106.88%) Specimen Flounder.
Mike Rogers receives the Best Conger caught from a boat which weighed in at 35.86lb and was caught in the two day Jurassic Open Boat competition held at West Bay.
Steve Sweet receiving the Liberty Taker shield for Best Cod from a boat which weighed in at 12.45lbs.
Rev Gav getting a trophy!
Phil Marshall presents Peter Williams with the Stowford Homes Best Bass from a Boat trophy which was caught on Virgil Turners boat. the fish weighed in at 12.64lbs (133.33%) and sits at No 8 on the all time Top 20 Fish list.
Phil Marshall presents Darren Herbert with the Tankard for overall Boat and Shore Champion.
Phil Marshall presents Simon Skinner with the Best Ballan Wrasse Shore Trophy for a specimen fish of 4.86lbs which is a new club record for the club.
Darren Herbert receiving the cup for the best shore specimen in competition with a Whiting of 1.86lbs giving a specimen % of 124.52% which also features as No 16 on the Top 20 Fish List caught of all time.
Mark Mather receiving the Shapwick Cup for best specimen from a new member with a Golden-Grey Mullet of 1.55lbs.
Jayden Male with the most points by a junior shield. He managed the feat with a very respectable 26pts and ended up 3rd overall in the adult league.
Bertie Squires receiving his trophy for finishing third in the Junior League.
Fleur Wray collecting her Trophy for catching the best fish in the summer junior competitions.
Fleur Wray holding her Certificate and Trophy for catching the best fish in the summer junior competitions.