One day inter-league 2018 dates 17th/18th, 24th and 25th February at the Mid Sussex Conservative Club, Burgess Hill
Sussex Masters 2018 9th June and Sussex Open 10th June at the Roffey Club.
Inter-League home and away Series 5 Fixtures 14th January 2018.
Brighton A v Worthing B
Hastings A v Redhill A
Tunbridge Wells v Worthing A
Horsham v Brighton B
Mid Sussex A v West Sussex
Redhill B v Littlehampton
Brighton C v Lewes
Hastings B v Mid Sussex B
Bye Worthing C
Sussex Doubles Saturday 6th January 2018 @ Mid Sussex Conservative Club ( now the Burgess Hill Constitutional Club )
Sussex Singles Sunday 7th January 2018 @ Mid Sussex Conservative Club.
The Oxford Open was won by Keith Sheard, Martin Smith lost in the semi-final having beaten Colin Southousein the quarter final, Ian Lelliott and Phil Osbornealso losing in the quarter finalist. Tony Cross won the plate, beating Curt Driver in the final.
Bournemouth pairs were won by Phil Collins / Leon Beer, Nigel Senior / Marcus Chipman were runners-up, Gareth Lloyd / Richard Wooton lost in the semi final, and Bob Hall / Jack Baden and Curt Driver / Mark Brewster lost in the Quarter Finals.
Specflue 4 pin Open was won by Nigel Senior, Phil Osborne lost in the semi final. Mal Spier was runner up in the plate.
Surrey Open Gareth Lloyd loses in the final to Paul Sainsbury, Mark James and Curt Driver lose in the semi-Finals, and Matt Knight and Jack Baden lose in the quarter finals. Well done to Jack on his first national quarter final, and in improving his personal best break twice on the day.
Guernsey. Pairs were won by Nigel Senior and Alan Brackenridge, Ian Lelliott and Kevin Tunstall lost in the semi - final, Gary Powell and Colin Robbins lost in the quarter finals.
The Open was won by Nigel Senior to complete the double, Curt Driver lost in the semi-final and Jean Brackenridge and Martin Cole lost in the Quarter finals.
Northants 4-Pin Open was won by Phil Osborne who did not drop a leg all day.
Northants Open won by Curt Driver, Kevin Tunstall lost in the semi final, and Nigel Senior and Mark James lost in the quarter finals. In the plate Phil Osborne was runner-up.
Sussex Open won by Kevin Tunstall the runner up was Ian Lelliot. Nigel Senior and Matt Knight lost in the semi - finals, and Martin Smith and Gerry Fitzjohn lost in the quarter - finals.
In the plate Geoff Jukes was the winner, Chris Tupper lost in the semi-final, and Joe Oakley, Curt Driver and Jack Baden lost in the quarter-finals.
Kent Classic 2nd July 2017. Was won by Curt Driver, Gerry Fitzjohn and Phil Osborne lost in the semi-finals, and Nigel Senior in the quarter-finals.
The Plate was won by Dave Ingram and Matt Knight was runner-up.
Bucks Open was won by Nigel Senior, Gerry Fitzjohn lost in the semi final to Nigel, Kevin Tunstall, Phil Osborne and Jean Brackenridge lost in the quarter-finals. Bob Hall won the plate.
Berks Open. Was won by Dave Ingram and Ian Lelliott was runner - up, Phil Osborne and Tony Cross lost I the quarter-finals. Nigel Senior won the plate.
County Championships. Division One Sussex A runners-up, Sussex B 4th.
Team Championships. Romans C are runners-up, Dave Ingram, Jim Millward, Gareth Lloyd, Henry Brooks and Geoff Jukes.
AEBBA Off the Spot was won by Jim Millward beating Nigel Senior in the final. Ian Leliott lost in the semi-final and Dave Ingram, Martin Cole and Gerry Fitzjohn all lost in the quarter-finals. Phil Osborne won the plate.
AEBBA singles, Jim Greensted was runner-up and Jean Brackenridge won the ladies.
Jersey Doubles. Kevin Tunstall and Martin Cole win, Gareth Lloyd and Richard Wooton are runners-up, Curt Driver and Mark Trafford, Jim Millward and Trevor Gallienne both lose in the semi-final, Gerry Fitzjohn and Mark Brewster lose in the quarter-finals.
Jersey Singles. Kevin Tunstall is runner-up losing to Mark Trafford in the final, Dave Ingram loses in the semi-final and Nigel Senior in the quarter-finals.
Grand Prix, under 30s and over 60s. Jim Millwardis runner-up in the Grand Prix and Nigel Senior and Curt Driverlose in the semi-finals.Jean Brackenbridge wins the Ladies Grand Prix.Joe Oakley is runner-up in the Under 30s. Ian Lelliott loses in the semi-final of the Over 60s.