|Last Updated: Tuesday, 23. October 2018|
|Please email your results and reports to Alan Campbell, of all your matches on ODAA waters|
Sunday 21st October 2018
The 2nd round of the Angling Trust Oxford
Winter League was fished by 6 teams of 8 on the Thames at Medley and Folly, The Thames is still in need of some colour and flow but once again the river has fished brilliantly with double figures required to win each section.
Sunday 14th October 2018
The ODAA open match was fished by a reduced field of 24 anglers on a very wet and windy day on the Thames at Medley. Although there were a few dropouts due to the weather the venue fished very well despite the strong wind and continuous rain.
|Sunday 26th & Monday 27th August 2018|
|River Thames Sandford & Donnington|
|Wayne Gray won the ODAA/Littlemore AS Thames Shield, with a perfect 2 section wins over the 2 day festival. He fished caster on the pole over groundbait at Sandford on Sunday and had a mixed net of roach and perch for 12-03-00. He opted for the same tactics at Donnington on Monday and had skimmers, roach and perch for 23-01-00.
Brian Hutchings was second with a Section Second at Donnington on Sunday. He had 2 bream and roach. On Monday he had 15-01-00 of roach on the pole at Sandford on hemp and tares.
Jason Bean was third with a section win at Donnington on Sunday. He had a skimmers and roach on the whip with caster for 13-00-00. On Monday he had a section second at Sandford, with an all roach net for 10-01-00 taken on the pole with hemp and tares
|Left to Right. Brian Hutchings, Wayne Gray, and Jason Bean|
Sandford Day 1
Donnington Day 1
Sandford Day 2
Donnington Day 2
Oxford Summer League
Sunday 12th August 2018
The 6th and final round of the Oxford Summer league was fished by 7 teams of 6 on the Thames on Medley, Channel and Folly sections. With overcast and wet conditions the river again fished well with bream and roach showing all through.
|Oxford Summer League|
|Sunday 15th July|
The 2nd round of the Oxford Summer league was fished by 8 teams of 6 on the Thames at Medley, Channel and Folly sections. In sweltering conditions with lots of swimmers and boats the river produced fantastic sport with bream and roach showing in all sections.