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Chairmans Letter June 2012
NewsCHAIRMAN'S NEWSLETTER
JUNE 2012



Dear All,

By now most of you will know but it was with reluctance the acceptance from Russell White and Andy Sutherland their resignations from West Surrey Pool League committee. With this in mind it was decided to hand more secretarial responsibilities (including the result Updates) to Chris Haynes and I have taken the role of Acting Chairman until this years AGM.
As Acting Chairman one of my main roles will be to discuss any changes that will benefit the leagues future and makes any changes although some may need to be introduced at the AGM.
This years AGM will be held in the next couple of months and all details will be given in due course. This will be the time when you all have a say on the future of your League. If anyone has any ideas for the League you will all be given the opportunity to express your ideas and propose them to be voted on at the AGM. We will also be looking to expand the current committee so why not propose yourself and help run the League.

Next May will be the Leagues 20th Birthday so I would love you all to get your thinking caps on of ways to celebrate such a monumental stage.

There has been a lot of things said within the websites forums in recent weeks, some good some not so good so I urge you all to think before posting so it can continue to be a happy place for discussion between all. Item in the forums will be discussed at the next committee meeting.

Some of you may have noticed that the forums seemed to have disappeared, this is not the case but you now need to be logged in to be able to view and post in them. If you are not currently a member of the website it will take just a few simple steps to register.
Also the shout box will be back in action soon on a trial basis. Please be aware that it is there as a shout box and the forums are there for discussions.

I would like to finish off by saying a big thank you for your continued support towards the league and if any one has any questions they would like answering get in touch via E-mail at
wspl@sky.com or contact one of the committee members.

Yours Thankfully
Eddie Marshall
Acting Chairman

Cup & Salver Final's
Cup Final


Crossley 'A vs. George 'A @ Ripley RBL


Crossley 'A will be gunning for this victory on Thursday night, after two close losses this season to George 'A.

Both previous meetings this season, have gone to George 'A, 6-5, and 4-7. These teams will be meeting for the second time in the space of 8 days. It's hard to beat a class team once, then to beat them again, but for a third time? That will take some doing!

Surely, this will be a fiercely contested final, that will probably go all of the way.





Salver Final


Railway Club vs. Riley's Rumblers @ Woking Snooker Club

Riley's Rumblers will be looking for their first Salver in three attempts, both times prior, they fell at the last hurdle. Maybe it can be third time lucky?

Railway Club are looking to cause an upset here. They beat a Division One side in the Semi Finals, 6-5. That went down to a last game thriller, so it's safe to say, they can hold their nerve!




Best of luck to all four teams.


Have a great evening!!


Who’s title is it now – its appears to be all to play for in the last fortnight.

With two games to go this year’s spoils could go one of four ways, so it’s all down to who plays who, the easier run in, coupled with holding the nerves.

Jersey Festival Of Pool

news: jersey pool.jpgJust dropping you a few lines to let you know about the Jersey Festival of Pool the biggest and longest running event of its kind in the world and which in February 2012 celebrates its 25th Anniversary

 



The £18,500 which attracts people from all over the UK, France and Spain ( regardless of whether they support World or Blackball rules) has events for everyone including two £5000 opens, two ladies events, a seniors (over 45’s) and the original and most eagerly contested event of the week, ‘The No Hopers and Cabbages’ to name but a few.

 

It also runs daily flyers has a £125 a man event and in 2012 it is looking likely that  £2000 a man event could take place.

 

There will be live streaming throughout the week, Poker events and lots more, but in truth even though everyone tries their best to win when at the tables, the secret of Jersey and why it is still running after all these years is the atmosphere and camaraderie that prevails during the week

 

In short a huge pish up!

 

Prices range from £169 up to £229 for the five night package at the 3* Mayfair hotel which includes Tables on Free Play all week and entry Fees into all the main advertised Festival events

 

For full details and a whole lot more, check out   www.jerseysportsfestivals.co.uk

  

Cup Prelim Round 2011
Competitions

Last week 20th October 2011 saw the preliminary round of the Founder Cup. With 16 teams in this years winter season it meant that all teams had to play and earn there place for the first round of the cup. All losing teams would be place in the salver.
So let’s take a look at who played who:

Bird In Hand

Vs

Birch & Pines

Queens Head

Vs

Crossley A

Catherine Of Aragon

Vs

Woking Snooker B

Riley's Raptors

Vs

Railway Club

George B

Vs

Anchor A

Woking Snooker A

Vs

Anchor B

Riley's Rumblers

Vs

George A

The Bear

Vs

Crossley B



























Let’s see how just a few of teams got on.


Queens Head Vs Crossley A
Not much I can say about this match apart from the Crossley dominated the match right from the start and won there match 6-0.
We don’t see many white washes so a very well done goes to Crossley A.


Catherine Of Aragon
Looking at the league tables the Catherine Of Aragon would be favorites to take the win. It looked that way when they took the first 2 frames. From 2-0 down Snooker B knuckled down to take the next 3 making it 3-2 to them after 5 frames. Could snooker B hold them off long enough to win in the second 5. Frame 6 and 7 went straight back to the Catherine making it a right battle and taking the lead for the second time. Unfortunately the Catherine could not hold on to there lead with Snooker B winning the next 3 frames and winning the match 6-4.


George A Vs Riley's Rumblers
With standard of the George A in past years I would have put my money on the George A taking a early victory but with them already losing 2 out of three matches maybe there heyday was up. It was the Rumblers that took the early lead making it 2-1 after three frames but was that lead just luck as they went on to loss the next three frames. At a score of 4-2 to the George was it all over for the rumblers or could they pull something out to get back in the hunt. The next 2 frames went the way of the rumblers to make it all square at 4-4. It was now all there for either side for the taking and with only 3 frames left every ball counted. After a tactical battle of nearly 1hr the ninth frame went to the George but the rumblers were not giving up and took the tenth to make it a 1 frame decider.
Yet another big tactical battle which even saw a re-rack taking place it was just not meant to be for the rumblers as George A managed to keep it together and take the win 6-5.

So who won and lost.

Bird In Hand

6-4

Birch & Pines

Queens Head

0-6

Crossley A

Catherine Of Aragon

4-6

Woking Snooker B

Riley's Raptors

6-5

Railway Club

George B

6-4

Anchor A

Woking Snooker A

3-6

Anchor B

Riley's Rumblers

5-6

George A

The Bear

6-3

Crossley B






























Next is the first round of the Cup and Salver which is now a straight knockout fight which will take place on 17th November. Draw will be placed on here as soon as it has been done.

please note that in order to play in the remaining rounds of the Cup and Salver all Players must be registered no later than the first round. Any player registered after this (17th November) first round will not be able to play in the Cup and Salver. If a player is found to play in the comp that was registered after this will be classed as an unregistered player and the points they win if any will be given to the other team.

Best of luck to all in the first round.

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28/08/2013 14:24
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25/09/2012 15:48
It should now add up. Missed out a players "0" in week 6.
25/09/2012 14:19
It's cool, don't bother me jus thought you would like to know as could have an adverse effect on games diff!
25/09/2012 14:06
My bad. Will look into it within the next hour. It's easy to miss them out when you're rushing to do them at times. Simple mistake that can be put right in a matter of seconds Smile
Edd
25/09/2012 13:36
Steve will look in to it.
25/09/2012 13:26
Got a pretty good one thanks Dave, but I'm pretty observant! As you know! Haha! Eddie, They don't equal 13 matches of 11 frames!
Edd
25/09/2012 13:15
In what way do they not add up steve.
25/09/2012 12:45
stranger get a job you can't be that bored!!
25/09/2012 11:14
Is pyrford socials for and against correct?? It dont add up?
25/09/2012 08:57
Yes mate it is
25/09/2012 08:18
I'm I we can come to some sort of arrangement Jamesy! Smile gotta get the job done first! So is it it Wednesday?
24/09/2012 19:07
He can't afford me let alone the rest of our team lol
Edd
24/09/2012 17:42
Hey if it's a free bar you just have to take advantage beer
24/09/2012 17:19
Not sure what U R trying to say edd could U please explain
Edd
24/09/2012 16:48
Steve you better start winning the lottery then to pay for the free bar lol
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