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Under 14’s Coarse fishing International Training Day | 11th August 2011

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With a view to England entering an Under 14’s coarse fishing team in the World Championships in the near future, Angling Trust are seeking budding 12-14 year olds with match fishing experience.

Angling TrustThese youngsters will have a golden opportunity to get some free coaching from Steve Sanders, International Youth Manager at Gold Valley Lakes, Lakeside Road, Ash Vale, Nr Aldershot, Hants. GU11 2PT on Thursday 11th August 2011, fishing to international rules.

There are 20 places available on a first come first served basis. If anyone is interested please contact Sandra Drew, Competitions & Events Manager at Angling Trust on 0115 9061301, or email; sandra.drew@anglingtrust.net by no later than the 29th July 2011 for further details.

Please note that your individual membership of Angling Trust must be valid and up to date in order to take part in the International training day.  Angling Trust membership is free to Juniors (17 and under).

Source: Angling TRust



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