Bob Chapple 3 9 36,800 12,267 Luke Oliver 2 6 10,390 5,195 darren ogier 3 6 20,430 6,810 Roy Le Page 3 6 27,490 9,163 Norman Wilkinson 3 4 18,310 6,103 Bob Le Moignan 3 3 12,130 4,043 Tom Oliver 2 1 3,430 1,715 Terry Kenny 2 1 6,190 3,095 Pete Wilson 3 0 3,260 1,087
Hopefully Darren will post the latest results & league table shortly, from his super duper laptop. There have been a few surprise and unexplainable results recently, which have thrown the whole league wide open to several possible winners. Individual average scores seem to be higher than in the winter league, which some people have put down to the relaxed atmosphere and playing in an individual league set up. Although there were just nine entrants, competition and rivalry has been keen and whoever wins this year will have thoroughly deserved his title as Guernsey Individual Summer League Champion. Just two weeks to go, all remaining matches to take place on The Rangers Club two tables.
1976 Bar Billiards junior house champion. Les Hubits Tavern.
Le Taxi drop vital points in his last 2 matches to make Kane the new favourite with only 1 more week to go.
Leading on aggregate and needed 200 to take 3 points, however black pegged and ended up with only 1 point.
The final weeks still see 5 potential winners from 9 with
Kane Oge Le Taxi El Presidenta the rocket
all with a chance
Kane leads on 15 points 7 games played Oge 15 points and 8 games played Le Taxi 14 and 7 Stromin 11 and 7 The Rocket 11 and 6 El Presidenta 11 and 6 Young Pretender 10 and 7 the Master 6 and 7 the Rookie 0 from 7
All games scheduled at the Rangers club from 8 pm with the final match between Kane and El Presidenta at 9.20pm
Final matches tonight should produce a winner with several players in contention. Some players such as myself have had good and bad games recently. Beat Terry Kenny and Roy Le page 2-1. Had a Mare and lost to Bob Le Moignan 0-3. Beat an ever improving Luke 3-0, then crashed and burned to Tom Oliver 0-3 which put me out of the reckoning. Bob Chapple was flowing, then had a setback which lost him a few valuable points, Good result for Luke beating him 3-0. Roy Le Taxi made a big mistake last week, black pegging when he did not need the 200 to get all three points, leaving Bob Chapple still in with a chance of the title. Darren has been consistent in picking up the points with no big losses. But Terry Kenny looks to be the bookies favourite with two more matches to play this evening and 15 points in the bag. However Tom Oliver is sneaking up on the rails with matches in hand following two 3-0 wins last week. Going to be pretty competitive this evening
Congratulations to Roy Le Taxi Guernsey Summer League champion who somehow managed to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat Worthy runner-up Bob Chapple who was scoring faster than Bob Le Moignan could count at times, and that is saying something Thanks to Darren for running it once again and all those that took part making it a competitive and well contested league