England boss to open up Sensas Challenge to more teams

England manager Mark Downes plans to make the Sensas Challenge a nationwide competition in a bid to reinvigorate team fishing in the UK.

Currently teams qualify via the final staged this year on the Gloucester canal, going through to take on the cream of teams from Europe in the big final in France in October.

Next year Mark hopes to create four national leagues, with the top two from each going through to the english final on a venue which change yearly.