JASON Jones returned in style with a dominant triumph at round two of Yarnton & District AC’s summer league.

The 35mph winds and intermittent sunshine made it tricky on the River Thames in Cassington, with anglers battling against the elements.

Jones cruised home in his first match for more than five years, as he drew the end peg ten and fished the pole with maggot over ground bait for a mixed bag weighing 7lb 3oz 0drm.

Harry Oliver was second, drawing peg three to catch roach on pole and hemp tactics for 3.9.0, with Nick Collier catching a mixed bag on pole and maggot over groundbait for 3.4.0 in third.

The two section winners were Jamie Godfrey and Steve Ireland.

Meanwhile, newcomer Harry Oliver claimed victory in windy conditions at the second Oxford Carp League match of the summer.

The Long Hanborough angler’s haul of 75.0.0 at Barston Lake could not be topped, narrowly beating the overall leader, Coventry’s Dave Roberts, who managed 73.4.0.

In third position was Dave Wilson, from Wantage, with 61.12.0, while the final two frame places were taken by Kidlington’s Craig Partridge and Steventon angler Steve Cantwell respectively.

Roberts remains top of the league table on two points, with Oliver’s total of five putting him second.

Andy Benwell, Paul King and Craig Partridge are all on six points.