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Rising stars face tough test at revamped All-Irelands

By Vic Thomas

Published 15/08/2015

Prize guy: Tony Kersley receiving the Clones Coarse Fishing trophy from Patrick McCarville of Creighton Hotel, Clones
Prize guy: Tony Kersley receiving the Clones Coarse Fishing trophy from Patrick McCarville of Creighton Hotel, Clones

The Junior All-Ireland Championships - which take place on Saturday, August 29 hosted by Lakelands Angling, Ballinamore - have a new category.

There will be an U23 section for the very first time as well as the usual categories for Novice, U14 and U18.

The Championships attracted 46 junior anglers from all over Ireland last year. There will be prizes for the top three in every category and goodies from Sensas Ireland for everyone.

Irish Bait and Tackle Limited will also provide everyone with a complimentary pint of maggots. Call 00 353 (0) 86 811 5526 to book in, stating your age.

Mullaghmore SAC are holding an open competition next Sunday, August 23 on Tullan Strand Bundoran.

The check-in is at 12pm with fishing from 1pm to 5pm.

This is a leg of Cartys West Coast Shore League and the next leg of the MSAC Master Angler series.

There will be, overall, zone and junior prizes plus optional Fish Pools. Contact Shane on 087 8342875 for pre-entry.

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