Braintree Sea Angling Club members were greeted with a strong cold South South Westerley wind when they arrived at Aldeburgh for their latest match. The fishing on the flood was poor with only a few pin whiting taking the baits most of these not making the minimum size. When the tide turned the fishing picked up a bit but the wind got stronger making distance casting more difficult. Although there were more fish the majority were still undersize. Barrie Senior managed to find a number of sizeable fish with a catch of nine whiting, five dabs, one flounder and a pout for 163 fish points to take the match. Second place man Paul Drake had 65 fish points from his catch of five whiting, one rockling and a dab. Robin Joy had one whiting, one rockling and a dab for 25 fish points to take third spot.