Braintree Sea Angling Club’s first summer league evening match took place at Aldeburgh. Although there was a strong wind it came along the beach so didn’t interfere with casting too much. The first three hours up to high tide were very slow with just a few pin whiting being caught. When the tide turned and it got dark the whiting really came on to feed with some larger specimens caught along with a few sole. At the end of the match it was close with Paul Drake taking top spot from a catch of 28 whiting, 1 sole and a small smoothhound for 362 points. Barrie Senior took second place with 325 points, 24 whiting, 1 sole and an eel. Third was Chris Leonard with 22 whiting, 1 sole and a smoothhound for 315 points. Best fish was shared between Paul and Chris both having a 44cm smoothhound.