We shall soon all be arriving in Bournemouth for what promises to be one of the most enjoyable weekends of our year. That said, the outbreak of Covid-19 creates concern for all of us and whilst we do not intend to worry anyone or blow things up out of all proportion, we want to ensure that everyone follows current guidance on some of the ways in which you can minimise risk. Aside from the obvious, the best effort we can make to safeguard our collective health is to follow the simple advice on handwashing and using a tissue .... “Catch it”, “Kill it”, “Bin it”
We are fortunate to be part of a community that knows each other well - so please do not feel offended if a player opts not to shake hands prior to or after a match - they may prefer an elbow bump or something else. This is perfectly reasonable and will not in any way be considered as non-sporting.
It's probably a good idea to keep our tables as hygienic as possible …… I regular brush ours to remove the chalk residue on the cloth. But the part where the dirt builds up is the leatherette: I cleaned ours with anti-bacterial spray a fortnight ago after Graham commented.
Using hand sanitiser on the chalk is going to make a soggy mess every game
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.