despite having a 'mare on table 6 I liked the two i played on. there were a couple where the D was; A) not there B) very small one of them was table 1 i believe?
concealed a ball behind the 30 hole and nobody could get them. but that will come out in the wash as they say. I thought the tables were quite good! the thing to do is to monitor them for the next time. make the mods as you lay them out. I'm told that table 3 was very, very fast because.....
Sav will tell us but, is a rubber mat good for spreading weight?
what are you saying 'Tommy Stato' about tables and their numbers, or is it their positions in the hall? as we don't have any leagues at Newmarket, we waited so long for this and then it's all over again for another year! I hope we get something going this winter...
Steve, one result was 1-0. please?
That would've been the Sam Kerruish and Mal Spier "match" in the plate. Mall had to shoot off so Sam had a bye, put down as 1-0 to show on the spreadsheet
As it doesn't seem to have been posted anywhere I thought I should let you know that the total raised for SARS at this years open was £1709, which the Suffolk Bar Billiards Association have rounded up to £1750.00
And £1750.00 was transferred into the SARS bank earlier this month.
Thanks again to everyone who supported our open and helped us raise such a fantastic total.
Inventor of the Triangles version of Bar Billiards. Highest England away aggregate 2013 and 2014, 10 - 0 last 10 England singles legs, seventh reserve 2015. Jersey Qtr final 2014, 2015, 2016 - Guernsey Plate Winner 2014, Main Final 2015, 2017. First person to have won both four pin opens.
Hi Chrissie The date for next year's open is the 28th of March, our preferred date was the 21st but as the masonic is already taken on Friday the 20th it was a non starter, unless of course you fancy getting up early Saturday morning, say about 5am to set the tables up
Just a quick update, although I stated th final figure raised for SARS at our open this year was £1750, this has now infact increased following a donation from Cathy and Paul from the Masonic Hall and the new total is £1'810.00