Braintree Sea Angling Club members headed down to East Sussex for their latest match at Pevensey Bay hoping for some plaice. With a south westerly wind and a calm sea the fishing conditions looked reasonable. The fishing was slow with a the occasional fish being caught. Three of the anglers managed to catch at least one plaice. Barrie Senior started with a plaice and steadily caught fish throughout the day and ended up with two plaice, one flounder, six dabs and seven whiting for 229 fish points. Second place went to Paul Drake with the best plaice of the day a fine fish 35cm and three whiting for 83 points. Chris Leonard took the third spot with 54 points from his catch of one plaice, to whiting and a small smoothhound.