|Position||Name||From||Saturday||Sunday||Overall Weight (g)|
|1st place||Troy Francis||Killarney||2900||1720||4620|
|2nd place||Mark Colman||Hornsea||2875||1310||4185|
|3rd place||William Ineson||Easington||415||3530||3945|
|1st||Mike Fox & Troy Francis||11440|
|2nd||Richard Carr & Darren Browne||9230|
|3rd||Andrew Cammish & Mark Colling||7990|
|Position||Name||Combined Weight (g)|
|1st||Richard Carr, Darren Browne, Dave Richardson & Craig Rusling||4550|
|2nd||Justin Hankscey, Ricky Drew, Stuart Keelty & Darren Eades||4165|
|3rd||Phil Wright, Gavin Head, Daniel Swan & Mark Bresmen||4010|
|Name||Saturday Weight (g)||Sunday Weight (g)||Combined Weight (g)|
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