We are looking for players to represent Mr Pools in the coming season of the Colchester Wednesday Pool League.
The league takes place every week on a Wednesday evening, starting at 8.30pm. The next season kicks off on 29th August.
If you are interested in joining up, then call the club on 01206 828000 and speak to John or email email@example.com
With the new season of the Singles League now underway, all the pool tables have now been recovered.
Tables numbers 1 through 9 and the American table have been thoroughly refurbished with new beds & cushions. With only a handful of Singles League games played thus far, those that book now will get the benefit of the tables at their very best.
There are around 20 days to complete the first round of matches, anyone experience difficulty arranging their match should phone the club immediately so that the match can be arranged on your behalf.
Glenn Sibbons beat a strong field to take the title at the Singles League Invitation event at Mr Pools. Allan Matthews was the first of his victims (2-0), closely followed by Graham Bryan, who took one frame before exiting the competition (2-1). Stuart Gentry failed to log any wins in the next round. The semis could have gone either way against Diane Hartin who took the match to the deciding frame(3-2).
In the final Sibbons fended off the mighty Stuart Byford to claim another trophy for his mantle. Along with the trophy, Glenn collected £75. Stuart picked up £35. Losing semi-finalists Diane Hartin and Chris Whent got £20.
Glen Sibbons beat Liam Buchan (3-1) to the podium in this month’s Double Trouble event.
In round 1, Wayne Beales was given short shrift with little to show for his efforts (3-0), and Chris Gallagher was dispatched with the same ruthless efficiency (3-0).
In the semi-finals, Wayne Dowsett gave as good as he got but failed to cross the finish line (2-1). In the final, Liam Buchan bagged one frame but wasn’t able to go the distance against Mr Sibbons (3-1).
Nick Phillips emerged victor after a tough match against Shaun Storry, in this weeks Friday Night competition.
It was plain sailing in the first round against Wayne Beales (4-1), and in the Semis, Chris Lingard offered little contention (4-0).
In the final, Shaun Storry stepped up the pressure. The win could have gone to either player, as the match went the whole distance. Nick finally took the top prize with a nailbiting 4-3 result.
Chris Cass was the man to beat in this week’s Friday Night Competition, beating Allan Matthews to the chequered flag.
First to fall by the wayside was Graham Bryan who failed to chalk up a single frame (4-0). He was followed by Myles Spankie, who put in a good show before exiting the competition (4-2).
Stuart Byford claimed the winners envelope from with Evan Edwards in April’s Double Trouble event.
In round 1, Wayne Beales was the first to fall under the wheels of Stuarts victory train (3-1). Glenn Sibbons was next, and despite putting up a worthy fight, finally succumbed with a 3-2 result.
In the semi-finals Matt Evans offered little resistance (3-0) as Byford steamed into the last round. In the final, the match with Evan Edwards seemed to be just a formality, as Stuart logged another flawless 3-0 result.
Merry Christmas from all at Mr Pools to all our Members, Guests & Pool Players everywhere!
Mr Pools Xmas Opening Hours:
The club is open as usual throughout the holidays: 2.30pm to Midnight every day with the exception of:
Sunday 24th December—2.30pm to 9pm
Monday 25th December—Closed
Tuesday 26th December-2.30pm to 9pm
New Years Eve
Sunday 31st December-2.30pm to 7pm
New Years Day
Monday 1st January-12.30pm to Midnight
Stuart Byford powered his way to this month’s Dishin’ Derby title at Mr Pools.
Byford began with a solid 45-15 win over Aiden Britton. This led to a showdown with Shaun Storry who was carrying a -10 point handicap after the last event. As it turned out it made no difference as Byford delivered a confident display to go through 49-18. Storry was probably spent after producing a break of 69 in the previous round.
Paul Youngs then fell by the wayside in the semi-final, leaving Byford just one win from the top prize. Nick Phillips was up to the challenge after striding through all his earlier matches in workmanlike form.
Shaun Storry partnered with Chris Cass took his second win in a row at the Cross Pairs event at Mr Pools.
Bill Kyle & Ben Haliday provided some stiff opposition for openers, losing out with a respectable 5-3 scoreline. In the semi-final, Danny Henderson & Little Shaun were less competitive, only getting a couple of frames on the board in their 5-2 exit.