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Name: Steve Mottershead
Position: Fisheries Officer
Bio: Steve joined the club when he was just 10 years old. Steve served on the Committee during the 80's & 90's and ended up being both Vice Chairman and Chairman. He then came back to the Committee as his current position in 2009. Steve has also looked after Abshot Pond since the early 80's and the water is very close to his heard. His favourite species is the Tench.
Name: Dave Le Gresley
Position: Media Officer
Bio: Dave joined the committee in 2010 as the press officer and has worked to keep the website, social media and forum fresh and inviting as well as trying to educate the Committee about 21st century technology. Dave’s favourite PDAS water is Baffins Pond which he helped run when the club secured it back a few years ago, and his favourite species is Mirror Carp although sitting in front of a PC most of the time, he rarely catches them!.
Name: Mick Collins
Position: Assistant Fisheries Officer
Bio: Mick has been with the club for over 40 years and this is his second spell on the Committee having previously served during the 1990's. Mick's favourite club venues have changed over the years from Hilsea Moat in the early days to Lakeside and Tithe at present along with the River Hamble. Mick and his wife Chris fish both club and non club waters 2-3 times a week and they are happy to fish for whatever is in front of them.
Name: Jim Tann
Position: Vice Chairman / Disciplinary Chairman
Bio: Jim has served on the committee in one job or another now for over 30 odd years and has always had a close relationship with the Club as it was formed the same day he was born on the 12th of August 1948. He has covered such roles as; Affiliations Officer, H&SAA Rep, NFA Club Rep and Vice Chairman, DC Chairman. His all time favourite species is the Barbel and he has caught them from the Avon up to 14lbs.
Name: Mike Alsop
Position: Match Secretary
Bio: Mike joined the committee in January 2016 as match secretary. He is also a bailiff for Tithe Barn. Mike's favourite water was a tough choice, it depends what sort of mood he's in, but if he had to narrow it down to just one lake then he love's the peace and quiet of Abshot. Mike's favourite species is the tench. Nothing beats catching a 3-4” long baby tench or one of its parents at Abshot.
Name: Adie Batten
Position: Deputy Disciplinary Chairman
Bio: Adie joined the Committee back in 2008 and he is also the Pond Warden at Soake Pond. Adie enjoys the involvement with the Committee and with his latest role has joined the Disciplinary Chairman as his assistant. Adie is passionate about Soake Pond and continues to spend many hours along side his team maintaining the pond. Adie's favourite species is the Carp.
Name: Roy Adams
Bio: Roy has been on the committee 3 times now and the latest has been for about 7 or 8 years. He has fulfilled several roles on the committee such as the Press Officer, Assistant Fisheries Officer and now Hon Secretary, with each position he lost more hair. Roy's favourite water is Brownwich where he is also the Pond Warden. Roy's favourite species is Carp (as you can see from his picture, he is also quite good at getting them!).
Name: Paul Brooker
Position: Grant Officer
Bio: Paul has recently joined the Committee as a Grant Officer. He is keen to explore what is on offer to take us forward and grow our waters with assistance from other resources. Paul's favourite water is Brownwich Pond where he also a club Bailiff. Paul's favourite species is the Carp.
Name: Barrie Pascoe
Bio: Barrie joined the Committee back in 1878 sorry, 1978. He was also an Alliance delegate from 1978 to 1998 and Alliance Chairman from 1999 to around 2004. He has been our Chairman since 1998. Barrie names Tithe Barn as his favourite water and you will often find him spending some time on the bank there. Barrie's favourite species is the Roach.
Name: Ian Snook
Bio: Ian joined the committee as a Junior rep in 1970, and then progressed to Match Secretary in 1972, where he held the position for at least 20 years. After taking a break to work commitments, Ian returned to office as Treasurer in 1999. His favourite water is Sinah and his preferred species is the Roach.