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 RESULTS 2011

 

SCOTTISH OPEN BOAT CHAMPIONSHIPS 

 

  2011 Report

 

2011 Results 

 

 Overall 1st place winner, Scott Gibson. 200%, 260points.

 


Inter-county team winners, Orkney:- Gerry Wilson, Paul Firth, Jocky Robertson, Derek Firth and in the background, club president Ken O'Connor.

 

All 2011 trophy winners.

 

 

 

 Orkney Islands Sea Angling Association.

Local competitions.

2011 Results

 Trophy winners. 

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Andrew Mongan of W. S. Sinclair presented Bertie Robertson with his prize for
2nd most points – 840 points.
and
Jucky Robertson with his prizes and trophies for
Overall winner- 1130 points.
Heaviest fish- Pollack 4.15 kg.
Andrew Foulton of The Orkney Brewery presenting Victor Anderson with his trophy and prizes for Winning Basket 560 point.
Andrew Foulton of The Orkney Brewery presenting Davie Sabiston with his trophy and prize for Heaviest Fish.
Ling 4.75kg.
William Shearer of William Shearer Merchant presenting Jocky Robertson with his trophies and prizes for:-
Heaviest Fish- Ling 5.10kg.
Winning Basket- 2370 points.
James Linklater of NorthLink Ferries presenting the winning anglers with their prizes.
Paul Firth most points day one 860pts,
Jocky Robertson second most points day one 780pts and second heaviest fish day one and two,
Kris Holland second most points day two 1440pts and
Gerry Wilson most points day two 1470 pts, heaviest fish day one and two.
Gerry Wilson with his NorthLink Ferries sponsored cup for most points over the two days - 2180pts.
Gerry also lifted the Colin Wylie Memorial Trophy for heaviest fish landed over the two days Ling - 4.25kg.
Stan Pyke competition winners.
Paul Firth with the Stan Pyke tankered for the heaviest fish. Ling 4.80kg.

Jocky Robertson with the Stan Pyke shield for most points. 1400 points.
Collin Taylor of Sea Gear Supplies presents prizes and trophies to
Billy Blance for heaviest fish-3.6kg Ling
and
Gerry Wilson overall winner with 830 points.