summer plate final 2014
Summer Plate Team KO Final Result & Report
Played at the Hop Pole on Sunday 14th September 2014
KENNYS POTTERS 4-3 JOINERS ARMS
Kennys Potters won their 2nd Summer Plate, winners in 2010 and now 2014. It was a close Final with the Joiners Arms leading 3-2 at one stage. Wins for Brendon Ruttledge (v Nick Lenton), Paul Loughhead (v Clair Maslin) & Gaz Bryant (v Stuart Hardy) put the Joiners in a good position. However the Potters Came back and wins for Russ Pibworth (2)(v Simon Davies & Paul Loughead), Nick Lenton (v Brendon Ruttledge) & Stuart Hardy (v Gaz Bryant) in the final frame along with Stuart Skelton sealed the trophy for the Kennys Potters.
Also thanks to Neil Addison & Jason Armishaw for refereeing the finaltop
summer team ko final 2014
Summer League Team KO Final Result & Report
Played at the Kennys Sportsbar on Sunday 14th September 2014
PERKINS CUE 4-2 KENNYS BEAR.
Perkins Cue are the Summer League champions for a 7th time. Winners in 2005, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 and now 2014. This Final was a repeat of the 2012 final and the Cuemen were made to work hard for their 4-2 win over the Kennys Bear. They went 3-0 up in no time with Mike Barker (v Jim Simpson), Dave Barker (v Gav Davies) & Alan Sim (v Giles Eastwood) all winning. However Andy Rawlinson (v Dave Whitfield) then pulled one back and Giles Eastwood (v Martin Priestley) then made it 3-2. Rawlinson looked on course to level the match but a missed yellow let Dave Barker in and he potted a long black into the top corner to seal the trophy. The Final was played in great spirit with fine potting and safety play.
A thank you to both Lynda Simpson & Shaun Cooper for refereeing the Final.top
agm & constitution amendments
Annual General Meeting held @Kennys Sportsbar on 3rd August 2014
TWO amendments to the Constitution were made, these were -
1. The '8 ball clearance' or 'dish' has changed. Instead of the current rules and provisos, the 8 ball clearance will NOW be based on the FIRST visit.
a. When a player breaks and DOESN'T pot a ball, and the opposite player then clears - THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE
b. When a player breaks and goes 'in-off', and the opposite player then clears - THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE
c. When a player breaks and hits the 'cue ball' off the table. The opposite player is awarded TWO Shots. However, if the player clears on the FIRST VISIT - THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE
d. When a player breaks and pots any ball/balls BUT goes 'in-off', and the opposite player then clears - THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE
e. When a player breaks and makes a FOUL BREAK (i.e 4 balls not hitting a cushion). The balls are then re-racked and the opposite player breaks and clears on the FIRST VISIT - THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE
2. In the Constitution it states that the draw is to be made by both teams by drawing lots. This has now changed and both teams can place their players in any order they wish for the first 4 games (first half) ONLY. The second half will be decided by the outcome of the first half placings of the draw.
Any questions / clarification regarding the above changes then email or contact the League Secretary.top
about stafford sunday pool league
The League is affiliated to the English Pool Association and has two periods of competition. The Winter League currently runs with 3 divisions and also includes a team knockout competition. This is followed by the Singles and Doubles Knockout competitions. The Summer League follows where teams of all abilities compete against each other during the group stage.
The League is currently sponsored by Market Promotions, a local business that runs Car Boot Sales across the Midlands. More information can be found on the Sponsors page.
Trophies are awarded to all winners and runners-up at the annual presentation evening. See the Roll of Honour page for a full list of the current trophy holders as well as the winners from past years.
The Stafford Sunday Pool League currently has 2 representative teams competing in the Staffordshire Inter-league competition where the full set of World Rules are played. The Inter-league offers 2 opportunities (through League and Cup) for teams to play in the National Finals at Great Yarmouth.top