The Huntingdon IBC man was beaten 10-5, 10-2 by Scottish opponent Stewart Anderson at the Potters Resort, Hopton-on-Sea. Brett admitted: Stewart was great. He got in early and I found myself chasing shots. There were one or two things that didnt quite go my way, and I would have liked to have played a bit better myself, but Stewart didnt really let me. Brett, who works at RAF Wyton, is world number one and was top seed to defend his title. He saw off qualifiers Andrew Kyle and Charles Bence, but found Anderson in unstoppable form. Brett did win a world crown this week when teaming up with Clair Johnston for mixed pairs success.