Senior British League - Round 1

posted 12 Sep 2018, 15:22 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 12 Sep 2018, 15:22 ]

The Ravenscroft-backed Guernsey Table Tennis sides have returned from their opening round of fixtures in the Senior British League with mixed results.

The first team of Garry Dodd, Joshua Stacey, Lawrence Stacey and Ben Foss were competing at the heady heights of the Championship Division in Northamptonshire at the Corby Smash Table Tennis centre and as expected found the going tough.

The Championship is the highest rung of the Senior British League structure that the Island has ever reached as it is just a single one below the Premier Division, however despite this fact, the Sarnian side battled well and managed to pick up a vital point during their draw with Batts II on Sunday morning.

In this fixture it was Foss who contributed to a vital double courtesy of excellent wins over Tony Halling and Samuel Chesterman, ranked at 70 and 97 in England respectively. Lawrence Stacey also overcame Chesterman, but it was Dodd who achieved the most impressive win of the weekend when he defeated the second highest ranked player in the Division. Ethan Walsh is ranked 25 in the England Senior Men’s ranking list and is the 7th best Under 21 Male player, but the left-handed Guernsey player played excellently to see off the tough challenge.

The weekend commenced with a 6-2 defeat to Horsham Blades I, however Dodd again picked up a solid win over the top player from the Blades, Swedish player Emil Ohlsson , who is ranked around the equivalent of top 50 in England. Foss also picked up another win over the Horsham number 3.

The afternoon fixture was a hard fought contest, but a narrow 5-3 defeat was incurred against Scottish side Drumchapel Glasgow II. Foss again performed well from the number 4 spot and picked up wins over Sepehr Bidari and Zaid Khalid. Bidari is equivalently ranked in the top 65 in Senior Men within England and the 5 set win was even more impressive as it required Foss to battle back from 2-0 down to win. Lawrence picked up the other win during his 4 set win over Khalid and he came very close to securing a point for the Guernsey side, narrowly going down in 5 sets to Dylan Curry. Stacey had led 2-1, but was crucially edged out 13-11 in what proved to be a decisive 4th end.

The final match of the weekend came against the strongest side in the Division, Whitworth Academy I and they won via an 8-0 whitewash. This does not serve as a true reflection of the competitiveness of the match however, as only 2 of the matches were won 3-0 by the league leaders and both of these matches were won by the impressive highest ranked player in the Division, Team GB Paralympian Kim Daybell, who is ranked in the top 20 in England’s senior Men’s ranking list. Foss came the closest to getting a match on the board as he lost in 5 sets to Samuel Perry who is ranked 64 in England.

The players will be returning to action at the end of September for a further 4 fixtures.

The youthful second team captained by Paul Hainsworth containing Daniel Collenette, Ryan Bichard and Matthew Casey had an excellent weekend in National C-6 held at the Generation 2 Table Tennis Centre in Fareham and managed to win all 4 of their matches.

Hainsworth, operating from the number 1 spot led the team strongly courtesy of an unbeaten weekend of 8 straight singles wins and he was well supported by the rest of the team, who won 15 of their 24 singles matches.

The first match of the weekend was a perfect test against Forresters III and in the end a very close 5-4 victory was obtained. Hainsworth and Bichard made the perfect starts in the fixture as each went unbeaten in singles action. Both defeated the 7th best Under 21 female player in England and former Junior International Kate Cheer, with Hainsworth coming back from 2-0 to win in 5, whilst Bichard impressively dispatched her in straight games. Hainsworth’s other win came in straight sets against Forresters number 1 Adam Daley, whilst Bichard came back from 2-1 down to overcome the tricky challenge of Christopher Penrose. In the same nature as Hainsworth and Bichard, Collenette did it the hard way in his win as he came back from 2-1 down to overcome Cedric Felder over the full distance, 13-11 in the final game.

The remaining fixture of the day against Brighton City III saw an emphatic 8-1 win obtained by the team. The match saw Casey earn his first wins of the weekend and both were secured in 4 sets. Collenette lost the only match in 4 games to the very unorthodox style of Brighton’s junior Jamar McGlaushin who was playing from the number 1 spot.

Sunday commenced with an encounter against Waterside II and Hainsworth and Collenette directly contributed to 5 of the 7 wins. Each defeated number 1 Jared Schaller, the youngster who had competed and won 3 of his 4 matches in the Higher National B Division the previous day. Collenette came through impressively in 3 tight sets, whilst Hainsworth had to do it the hard way and won in 5 sets. The duo won their other singles matches 3-0 and also teamed to win the doubles over Schaller and Paul May comprehensively in straight sets. Bichard picked up a 4 set win over Cameron Brealey, whilst Casey edged past Jason Lockyer 11-9 in the 5th set of the final match of the encounter.

The final match was yet another tough clash, but the side showed good mettle when required and won through 5-4 against Newton Abbott TTC. Collenette and Hainsworth gave the side the perfect start courtesy of wins over number 1 Kevin Nicholls in straight sets and number 2 Fraser Kent in 4 sets respectively and Bichard ensured a 3-1 lead was taken into the doubles when he beat Wim Faassen 3-0. The Newton side took the doubles in 4 sets over Bichard and Collenette and the following 2 matches were absolutely pivotal towards the outcome of the match. Hainsworth was defending his 100% singles record against Nicholls and was far from his best. He dug deep though and came back from 2-1 down to win it 12-10 in the decider, having earlier spurned 2 match points at 10-8. Collenette was also struggling in the very next match against Newton number 3 Jon Cheung, but like Hainsworth he battled extremely hard and managed to successfully over-turn a 2-1 deficit, saving multiple match points before coming through 14-12 in the decider. With the result already obtained, the final 2 matches were lost by Bichard and Casey to Kent and Faassen in 5 sets respectively.

The second team return to action in October for the next round of fixtures.

Senior British League Preview 2018/19

posted 6 Sep 2018, 12:01 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 6 Sep 2018, 12:15 ]

The local table tennis season does not officially kick-off until Wednesday 19th September for the Island’s leading players, where the first fixtures from the top flight of the Doric Insurance sponsored leagues will take place. Despite this fact, they will be commencing competitive action this weekend, where the opening round of fixtures in the Senior British National League will be taking place.

With the backing of Ravenscroft, the Island’s top players have flourished in this competition and the first team are making their debut in the Championship tier of the structure. Following the overhaul in structure a few seasons ago into a pyramid system, the prestigious Championship division is the second highest and will give a great opportunity for the Sarnians to test themselves against some of the top players in Britain.The first team’s action in the Championship Division will be taking place in the Corby Smash Table Tennis Centre, which is located in Northamptonshire.
Picture courtesy Guernsey Press                              

A large difference this season for the squad will be the fact that there is an extra weekend of fixtures, due to the fact that there are 10 teams in the Division, 2 larger than the usual perm of 8.

The Island’s leading side is unsurprisingly made up of the exact quartet of players that earned the promotion to the Championship Division last season. They also memorably won team gold at the Island Games in Gotland last year and more recently overcame their Jersey rivals in the Green Trophy inter-insular encounter. They are led by the leading player in the Channel Islands, Garry Dodd and he will be supported by Joshua Stacey, Lawrence Stacey and Ben Foss.

It is often difficult to gauge the strength of teams prior to the first round of fixtures, but a review of each club’s ranking list generally gives an idea as to how strong each will be. It looks like the majority of teams within the Championship Division will have 4 players within the equivalent of top 100 ranking in England, so the standard will be very high. The highest ranked player in the Division looks to be Team GB British Paralympian Kim Daybell, who is ranked 20 in England.
A second team will again be competing in the British League structure this season and the venue for action in National C-6 will be the Generation II Table Tennis Club in Fareham, the same location as last season.
The second team has been an extremely useful tool in developing some of the Island’s improving Junior players and there will be a good opportunity for ensuring that this continues with the squad selected.

Paul Hainsworth will once more take charge of the team, which includes Juniors in the form of Daniel Collenette, Ryan Bichard and Matthew Casey. All of the Juniors have experienced SBL action over the past few seasons and are now firmly established players in the local 1st Division league.  Forresters II look to have the strongest team in the Division and also happen to be the first match of the season for the Guernsey side.

Opening Weekend Sides

Ravenscroft I 
1. Garry Dodd (Team Captain)
2. Joshua Stacey
3. Lawrence Stacey
4. Ben Foss

Ravenscroft II 
1. Paul Hainsworth (Team Captain)
2. Daniel Collenette
3. Ryan Bichard
4. Matthew Casey

Ravenscroft Fixtures (1st Weekend)

Ravenscroft I – Championship
Corby Smash Table Tennis Centre, Northamptonshire

8 September   10:30 Horsham Blades I v Ravenscroft I
8 September   14:30 Ravenscroft I v Drumchapel Glasgow II
9 September   10:00 BATTS II v Ravenscroft I
9 September   14:00 Ravenscroft I v Whitworth Academy I

Ravenscroft II – National C-4
Generation 2 Table Tennis Centre, Fareham Academy, Fareham

8 September   10:00 Forresters II v Ravenscroft II
8 September   14:00 Ravenscroft II v Brighton City III
9 September   10:00 Waterside II v Ravenscroft II
9 September   14:00 Newton Abbott TTC v Ravenscroft II

St Paul's Handicap Open Singles

posted 4 Sep 2018, 13:00 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 6 Sep 2018, 11:45 ]

The GTTA’s new season kicked off with the St Paul’s handicap tournament. 32 players signed up to compete - each allotted a handicap based on their past season’s league form. Handicap tournaments open things up for lesser players but most still find it a challenge to take on the technically more accomplished players from the higher divisions. The difference is both technical and tactical. The better players show more resilience.

Despite generous handicaps for lesser players the group was reduced to the usual suspects by the quarter finals - seven Division 1 players and the creditable exception of Craig Dunning from Division 3. In a bid to maximise his opportunities in Division 3 Craig uses less conventional anti-spin rubbers - an advantage more or less made redundant when playing the Div 1 players.

The final saw Paul Hainsworth with a five point start on the island’s leading player Garry Dodd. He won in straight sets - loose play in the mid section of game 2 stemming the comeback table tennis followers might have expected from Dodd.

Summer League

posted 21 Jun 2018, 08:35 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 21 Jun 2018, 08:35 ]

The annual summer league is well underway, taking place every Wednesday and open to players of all abilities.
Free for GTTA members or £5 on the night for non-members, just turn up by 19:20 to register.

Scores and updates on the dedicated page:


posted 24 May 2018, 14:50 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 26 May 2018, 11:27 ]

Last weekend, Guernsey Table Tennis were delighted to host Southampton West Table Tennis Club, who were making their 3rd trip to Guernsey following visits in 2007 and 2012. There were matches played on Friday, Saturday and Sunday and Southampton took the honours this time around by a score of 104-76.

Results  (amended 26th May)

Players from Guernsey & Southampton West on Friday night

Mark Kilby Hard Bat Tournament

posted 8 May 2018, 12:30 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 8 May 2018, 12:31 ]

Paul Hainsworth claimed his 8th Mark J Kilby Memorial Hard Bat title yesterday evening with a tight 2-1 victory over Josh Stacey in the final.  It was the final tournament of the 2017/18 season and the 35th airing of the event as Hainsworth won one of the most entertaining finals in memory.

The tournament once again proved to be a leveller as some players adapted to the unique style of hard bat play better than others.  The first round stages threw up some close affairs and it was hard to predict who would progress from most groups.   By the quarter finals however, there were only players from the 1st and 2nd Divisions left and some thrilling matches ensued, none more so than Green Trophy player Lawrence Stacey beating veteran Chas Elliot 24-22 in the deciding end with an outrageous winner after a topsy-turvy match.   That was as far as Stacey would get however as he came up against the imperious Hainsworth in the semi-final, losing 2-0.  In the other semi-final, Josh Stacey ended the run of Ben Foss 2-1.

Many had Hainsworth down as clear favourite for the final, but Josh Stacey has improved every year with the hard bat and pushed him all the way this time, playing fast attacking strokes to good effect.  The experience of Hainsworth paid off in the end however, as he recovered from 19-16 down in the 3rd game to win it and seal the title 18-21, 21-16, 21-19

The defeat also earned Stacey the Hard Luck trophy for the 2017/18 season


Josh Stacey (L) & Paul Hainsworth (R) with Barry Kilby

Senior Schools Selection

posted 6 May 2018, 14:24 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 9 Aug 2018, 14:06 ]

The following players have been selected to represent Guernsey at the Senior Schools International in Worcester:   

Under 18 Boys 
A: Ben Foss, Ryan Bichard  
B: Matthew Casey, Billy Ogier  
Under 16 Boys 
A: Dan Collenette, Ellis Tomlin  
B: Corey Brouard, Jonah Ingrouille  
Under 14 Boys 
A: Ben Sharp, Caden Brouard  
B: Callum Gilson, James Crocker  

Under 18 Girls 
Leah Moore, Tia Timms  
Under 16 Girls 
Amy Wesley, Melissa Johns  
Under 14 Girls 
Shelby Timms, Erin Vaudin  

Otilia Badescu, Derek Webb, Brian Ferbrache, Sue Ferbrache  

Brian Le Cras, Lionel Jones

Players and coaches at the 2017 Senior Schools International in Jersey

Inter Insulars

posted 1 May 2018, 15:57 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 1 May 2018, 16:00 ]

     Guernsey  57 - 53  Jersey     

Guernsey have reclaimed the Horace Mallett Memorial Aggregate Trophy following a 57-53 triumph, concluding with a 7-3 win in the showpiece Green Trophy event on Saturday evening.

Jersey pinched the Aggregate trophy by a single match last year due to their 56-54 win and looked to be in control to retain, when leading 33-17 following the conclusion of the matches in the morning session. The Sarnian players put in an excellent shift in the afternoon session however and incredibly left the score tied at 50-50 ahead of the Green, which was wrapped up in style.

The Green trophy is the most prestigious event locally each year and pits the best 3 male players from each Island against each other in a standalone battle. The match is completed in the same playing format as local league matches, albeit with a slightly different playing order.

The Guernsey team was unchanged from last year’s winning team of Garry Dodd, Joshua Stacey and Lawrence Stacey, whilst Jersey’s team was completely changed and comprised entirely of debutants in the form of 2008 CI Top 12 winner Grzegorz Frankowski, Tyler Gosselin and Luke Greenfield.

Guernsey had clinched the Green trophy in 7 of the previous 10 seasons and a 7-3 victory this year makes it 3 consecutive years of wins.

Lawrence Stacey made his debut last season and failed to register a win and he had the daunting task of opening the tie this year against Greenfield. It was a topsy-turvy encounter, but Stacey was always in front and came through the decisive 5th end 11-5 to put the Greens ahead.

Dodd was next up and in merciless form against Tyler Gosselin, dropping just 17 points along the way.

Frankowski steading the ship for the visitors and got them onto the board courtesy of a dominant straight sets win over Joshua Stacey, but Dodd was soon up once more to evidence his dominance once more, Greenfield seen off for the loss of just 13 points. Frankowski once more showed his quality in the next rubber after he comfortably came past Lawrence Stacey in straight sets, leaving the match at 3-2 in favor of the Sarnians.

The doubles rubber is often a crucial encounter and Dodd teamed up well with reserve Ben Foss to come through against Frankowski and Gosselin in 4 sets.

Joshua Stacey was up next and he was a completely different player than the one that went down to Frankowski in his opener, blitzing Gosselin in straight sets. This result was also significant in that it ensured that the Green trophy would be staying in Guernsey as it put Guernsey 5-2 up and whoever holds the trophy reclaims in the event of a drawn match.

Dodd was up next against Frankowski in a repeat of the previous evenings CI Men’s Singles final and the aggregate trophy was also on the line could Dodd repeat his victory. The match was almost an exact mirror of the previous evening, with Dodd far too strong for his Polish opponent. He had won all 4 sets 11-4 in the Men’s Singles final and he added another 2 of these during his 11-4, 11-5, 11-4 win. The result gave rise to rapturous applause in the GTTA Centre, with the members all well aware that the sought after Horace Mallett Aggregate trophy was back in Sarnian hands.

Once a rubber is dead and the aggregate settled, it is always tough to contest the remaining matches, but both Stacey twins played their part in a couple of hard fought battles to finalise proceedings. Josh Stacey was first up against Greenfield and this turned out to be the closest matches of the night. The first 2 games were shared, before Stacey battled through an epic 3rd game 20-18. The 4th game had a peculiar ending as Gosselin dropped his bat when serving at 9-8 up, which caused a distraction and led to Stacey failing to return the serve. The Jersey player then followed up with an unreturnable edge to complete the fortunate conclusion and send it to a deciding end. Stacey regrouped well and finally managed to edge past 11-9 in the decider having let 4 match points slip from 10-5 up.

Lawrence was up against Gosselin in the final match of the evening and Gosselin looked to be in cruise control at 1-0 up in games and with a seemingly unstoppable 9-0 lead in the 2nd. Stacey somehow managed to claw it back and 10 points later held an unlikely game point at 10-9. Gosselin finally managed to get his 10th point, but Stacey closed it out 12-10, before also taking the 3rd 11-9. Gosselin to his credit was not discouraged by the disappointment of letting his control of the match slip and played some excellent table tennis to come through the final games 11-6, 11-7 to restore some pride in his team’s ultimate 7-3 loss.

Jersey’s commanding 33-17 lead was almost entirely built due to their 10-0 whitewash in the Under 11 Open category. In Taylor Roche, John Le Fondre and Hannah Silcock, they have 3 high quality players for that particular category. Silcock was actually awarded with the President’s trophy for best performer outside of the Green by GTTA president Derek Webb following her performances over the course of the weekend.

Jersey also clinched the Under 21 Open title 8-2 in the morning session, but this was via the aid of Green players Gosselin and Greenfield, who directly contributed to 6 of the 8 rubbers.

The Under 15 team also lost out 8-2, with Corey Brouard and Ben Sharp each beating Max Roche.

Sarnian successes in the morning came courtesy of the Women’s ‘Margaret’ Trophy and the Over 40’s event. Kay Chivers, Charlotte Casey and Ridunian Marli Barker made sure of the 6-4 win, whilst Phil Ogier, Jez Powell and Andy Gill did well to come through 7-3 against their counterparts.

The afternoon saw utter dominance from Guernsey after claiming trophies in 4 of the 5 events contested. 7-3 wins were obtained in the Under 13 Open, Under 18 Boys and Over 50’s, whilst the biggest winners were the Under 18 Girls, made up entirely of Alderney players. Marli Barker, Amy Wesley and Melissa Johns put in a great shift and managed to win 8-2, all crucial rubbers towards the aggregate trophy. The only reverse came in the Over 60’s, who were narrowly edged out 6-4.

Alderney table tennis stalwart Keith Ives took the honour of receiving the Horace Mallett Memorial Aggregate trophy on behalf of Guernsey. Ives has been influential in the development of table tennis in Alderney and players have been representing Guernsey at these events for many years with great success. In this year alone, their players directly contributed to 11 of the 57 Guernsey rubbers and without them, it would have been a Jersey triumph.


CI Championships 2018

posted 1 May 2018, 15:55 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 1 May 2018, 15:55 ]

Guernsey’s leading players dominated proceedings during the annual CI Championships held in Guernsey on Friday evening at the GTTA Centre at the Hougue Du Pommier with trophies won in 15 of the 20 events.

Leading the charge was Garry Dodd, who underlined his dominance of the sport and position as the best player in the Channel Islands when he picked up a trio of CI titles, which most significantly included his 7th showpiece CI Men’s Singles crown.

Dodd’s triumph in the Men’s Singles event came together with wins in the Men’s Doubles alongside Adam Langlois and the Mixed Doubles with Paula Le Ber and he was untroubled in each event. He commenced with a comfortable straight sets win alongside Langlois over Josh Band and Tyler Gosselin and finished the night with another comfortable 4-0 win over Bruce Gallichan and Kay Lefebvre alongside Le Ber which commenced with an 11-0 opening game. 

Sandwiched in between these wins was the showpiece final against Jersey’s leading player, the Polish star Grzegorz Frankowski. The 2008 CI Top 12 winner Frankowski had already picked up the Restricted Open Singles title after recovering from dropping the opening game to overcome Paul Hainsworth 4-1 and was expected to pose a challenge to Dodd in their encounter. Dodd was near his imperious best in the encounter however and at no point did any result other than a 4-0 win look to be on the cards. Frankowski was never allowed to settle into his rhythm, with Dodd controlling proceedings from the offset in particular with clinical topspin returns off the serve putting him on top of the rallies. The outcome was indeed 4-0, but you are unlikely to see a more one sided affair than this in all of the CI Men’s Singles finals, Dodd dropping just 16 points along the way with his symmetrical 11-4, 11-4, 11-4, 11-4 triumph.

Kay Chivers was likewise comfortable on the evening and added her 6th CI Women’s Singles crown, her 6th CI Women’s Veterans Singles title and incredibly her 19th CI Women’s doubles crown on the night. Her win in the doubles alongside Dawn Morgan marked their 6th title together and they were in cruise control over the Caesarean pairing of Kay Lefebvre and Pauline Soper, coming through in straight sets. It was a similar story in the Women’s Singles where Irene Bree was dispatched for the loss of just 18 points, 11-1 the score in the closing 4th end. The Women’s Veterans Singles resulted in another comfortable straight sets win over Soper.

Phil Ogier has been virtually unstoppable at Veteran level since entrance in 2014 and he continued this excellent record with another duo of titles. The Veteran Singles final was inevitably against the evergreen Eugene ‘Yogi’ Ellis and the pair have shared some titanic battles over the year, the majority coming in the blue riband Men’s Singles event or the Green Trophy Inter-Insular event. In another top tussle, it was Ogier who ultimately came through as a comfortable 4-1 winner to make it 4 titles from the 5 he has contested. In the Veterans Doubles he has the perfect record alongside Jez Powell and title number 5 came this year after their 4-1 win over Ellis and Bruce Gallichan.

In the Junior level, Ben Foss was the biggest winner alongside Dodd and Chivers due to his haul of 3 titles. 4-1 Singles wins came in the Under 18 Boys and Under 21 Open Singles against David Quinn and Green trophy player Tyler Gosselin respectively and he finished up by combining with Ryan Bichard to defeat Quinn and Jacob Gosselin 4-0 in the Under 18 Open Doubles.

Ben Sharp put in a solid performance to see off the spirited challenge of Jersey’s upcoming Under 11 player Taylor Roche in the Under 13 Open Singles. Sharp dispatched his opponent in 5 sets, but the young Jersey player did taste success in the Under 11 Open Singles after he overcame the Sarnian challenge of Zaheer Anees 4-2 in an entertaining match from the opening session of the evening.

Corey Brouard put in a good effort against Leon Pierre in the Under 15 Boys Singles, but lost out in 5 sets.

Alderney continue to produce some high quality junior players and currently particularly on the girls side. Amy Wesley showed her potential during a 6 set win over the highly talented and upcoming Hannah Silcock in the Under 15’s Girls Singles, but she was unable to complete the double after going down in 6 games to Irene Bree in the Under 18 Women’s Singles.

Mark Pipet picked up his second Over 60’s Open Singles crown after his 4-1 win over Bruce Gallichan in the final match of the evening. Earlier he was unable to get past Ellis in the Over 50’s, with Yogi coming through in straight sets.

Finally Ian Fitchet maintained his superb record in the Over 70’s Open Singles event. He made it title number 10 from the 11 events that have been contested in this category. Soper battled well, but Fitchet always had it under control and came through in 5 sets.

Island Championships Finals

posted 1 May 2018, 15:36 by Guernsey Table Tennis Association   [ updated 1 May 2018, 16:00 ]

   Full Results    |    Photos   

Zaheer Anees (1) v Jamie Regan (2) 11-3, 11-3, 11-3, 11-3
Ben Sharp (1) v James Crocker (2) 9-11, 11-7, 11-7, 11-5, 11-5
Corey Brouard (1) v Caden Brouard (2) 11-3, 14-12, 11-7, 5-11, 12-14, 11-8
Amy Wesley (1) v Melissa Johns (2) 11-2, 11-9, 11-6, 11-7
Ben Foss (1) v Dan Collenette (3) 11-4, 5-11, 9-11, 11-7, 11-4, 11-8
Marli Barker (1) v Amy Wesley (2) 8-11, 6-11, 11-5, 11-4, 7-11, 11-2, 8-11
Ben Foss - Ryan Bichard (1) v Dan Collenette - Billy Ogier (2) 11-6, 11-8, 4-11, 11-7, 9-11, 11-6

Ben Foss (1) v Ryan Bichard (3) 11-7, 11-5, 11-8, 11-6

Garry Dodd (1) v Lawrence Stacey (3) 11-5, 11-6, 11-5, 12-10

Kay Chivers (1) v Charlotte Casey (2) 11-4, 11-7, 11-6, 11-6
Garry Dodd - Adam Langlois (1) v Phil Ogier - Jez Powell (4) 11-9, 11-5, 11-1, 11-6

Dawn Morgan - Kay Chivers (1) v Lynn Finn - Juliette Yeaman 11-7, 11-6, 12-10, 11-6
Garry Dodd - Paula Le Ber (1) v Joshua Stacey - Dawn Morgan (2) 11-9, 9-11, 11-6, 11-6, 8-11, 11-9
Paul Hainsworth (1) v Steve Ozanne 11-4, 11-7, 11-1, 11-6
Phil Ogier (1) v Jez Powell (3) 11-6, 11-5, 11-2, 13-11

Kay Chivers (1) v Juliette Yeaman (2)  11-0, 11-4, 11-5, 11-3

Phil Ogier - Jez Powell (1) v Martin Sarre - Dawn Morgan (3) 11-7, 11-6, 11-8, 11-9

Mark Pipet (1) v Kay Chivers (3) 8-11, 11-5, 8-11, 11-3, 11-9, 12-10

Mark Pipet (1) v Chas Elliott  (2) 11-3, 11-8, 13-11, 11-4

Keith Opie (1) v Ian Fitchet 9-11, 5-11, 11-13, 10-12

Action from the Mixed Doubles final

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