Friday, 03 February 2017 10:33

Tom Pickering names his England Lions for the 7th FIPSed World Feeder Championships in Portugal


The Angling Trust's Preston Innovations sponsored England Feeder team has now been selected for the FIPSed 7th World Feeder Championships in Cabecao, Portugal from 24th - 25th June 2017.

Angling Trust fishing newsThe Feeder team are to remain the same as last year's line up as;

Tom Pickering (manager)
Glenn Lawrence (coach)
Steve Ringer
Phil Ringer
Mick Vials
Rob Wootton
Dean Barlow
Adam Wakelin

Tom Pickering, England Feeder manager said "There are no changes this year as all the lads have worked well and done a great job over the last few years.  We will all be working hard for a podium place this year, and it would be great to beat our silver team medal place win last year on the Novisad canal in Serbia."

The England Feeder team would like to thank Preston Innovations for their sponsorship and continued support, and the Angling Trust would like to wish all the team the very best in the World Championships this year.

Source: Angling Trust Fishing News

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