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2015 Summer Plate Ko Quarter Finals



16th August 2015
8.00pm
Best of 7 Frames


Match
No
Knockout Matches
1Venue: HOP POLE  
HOP POLE E4 - 3HOP POLE D
2Venue: ST. GEORGES  
ST. GEORGES4 - 3STAR & GARTER A
3Venue: GPO CLUB  
GPO CLUB A4 - 2ST. GEORGES A
4Venue: GPO CLUB  
GPO CLUB B2 - 4KENNYS POTTERS


Sep 2015
28
summer plate team ko final

Played on Sunday 6th September 2015 @Kennys Sportsbar

KENNYS POTTERS  1-4  ST GEORGES

St Georges claimed the Summer Plate Team KO over 2014 winners Kennys Potters.

Frame ONE - saw St Georges Captain, Paddy Baidwan take on the Kennys Potters Nick Lenton. This was evenly matched frame with both players going for their shots. Eventually it was Baidwan who too his chance and put the Georges 1-0 up

Frame TWO - it was the turn of John Daniels (St Georges) who was drawn against Stuart Skelton (Potters). This again followed the same pattern as the first frame but it was the experience of Daniels who seized the opportunity and sink the blac to put the Georges 2-0 up.

Frame THREE - Jamie Woolley (St Georges) was paired against Clair Maslin (capt, Potters). This was possibly the closest of the frames played. the frame ebbed and flowed with both players having opportunities to snatch the frame. Then a missed chance by Woolley on the black gave Maslin a chance but unfortunately went 'in-off' when potting her last ball. Woolley then won it to make it 3-0 to Georges.

Frame FOUR - Ian Crowe (St Georges) then took on Stuart Hardy (Potters). This was a crucial frame for the Potters as they needed to win it to give them hope. After an exchange of safety play, Hardy saw his chance to capitalise and he duly did with a fine clearance and pull a frame back for the Potters at 3-1 down.

Frame FIVE - Jamie Woolley (St Georges) was then drawn against Stuart Hardy (Potters). This again proved to be a tight affair as both players tried to get a stranglehold on the game. However it was Woolley who pounced and cleared the table to give the St Georges a well deserved Summer Plate Title.

A big thanks to Lynda Simpson and Jason Armishaw on refereeing the Final and also to Kennys Sportsbar for their hospitality.

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competition rules

VENUES ARE NOT TO BE CHANGED.

ALL MATCHES MUST BE PLAYED ON OR BEFORE THE SET DATE.

ANY BREACH OF THESE RULES WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION. COMMITTEE’S DECISION IS FINAL.

SCRATCH TIME IS 15 MINUTES AFTER START TIME.

ALL MATCHES BEST OF 7 FRAMES (4/3 SPLIT). TOSS A COIN FOR FIRST BREAK THEN ALTERNATE BREAKS APPLY. RESULT CARD FORMAT DOES NOT APPLY. WINNING TEAMS TO HAND IN RESULT CARD.

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