Pennant Team entries close 17th Feb. Pennant includes A,B,C,D Premier grades (All to be played on Wednesday night ), A,B,C,D State grades (All to be played on Monday night). Grade will not be run if team entries are less than 5.
Please note: All Premier grades A, B, C will run Wed night and all be 6 player teams (C premier may be reduced to a 4 player team). All State grades A, B, C, D will run Monday night and all will be 4 player teams.
Venue - All venues. Entries close - Fri 17th Feb.Starts - Mon 27th Feb.
At the 2016 Annual General Meeting on 26th October, amendments to the Rules (Constitution) & ByLaws were approved. The revised documents have now been uploaded to the website. Click this LINK to be taken to the page or go to the VBSA Member Information page.
Billiards rankings have been updated to include the pennant season and the state championship.
Thank you all for participating in this season. Congratulations to the finalists, commiserations to those that did not make the finals. ALL grand finalists will receive a VBSA / Reventon polo shirt. Winners of the Grand Final will receive a monogrammed jacket and a team photo for their Club. The monogrammed jackets have to be made and will receive delivery in a couple of weeks, will let the captains know when they have been delivered to your respective clubs.
Congratulations to all that participated in a very competitive and well contested final series, matches were very hard fought and many decided in the last few minutes. Would like to complement everyone on the the standard of dress, it was, without exception, outstanding. To Jim Lewis and the referees, thank you for making the 2016 finals a success. To all those that were otherwise involved, thank you.
And the winners are:
Some highlights from the season just completed:
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Congratulations Steve Mifsud on becoming a life member of the ABSC
Brunswick King of Kings Invitational snooker at the Brunswick Club on Sat 12th Nov and Sun 13th Nov. 32 "Invited" entries only.
Straight knockout draw, seeded as per the current Victorian tournament rankings (wildcards may alter seeding). Prize fund $5,000.
Congratulations Aaron Mahoney he defeated Ayaz Khan in the final 4, 3
Saturday and Sunday results attached.
Semi-finals (2 x 90 minutes) - Steve Mifsud 830 (100, 77, 57, 54) vs Rudy Sulaeman 439 (52); David Collins 757 v John Schenck 783 (114, 109, 95, 67)
Final (2 x 120 minutes) Steve Mifsud 1339 (171, 106, 103, 100, 66, 65, 53) defeated John Schenck 680 (93, 51)
John Schenck defeated Robbie Chilcott in the final. Losing quarter-finalists were Mac Rynkiewicz and Jason Colebrook. High break was John Schenck with 146. The plate was won by Rudy Sulaeman, defeating Charlie Lowe in the plate final.
The Annual General Meeting of the VBSA will be held on Thursday 27th October 2016 at The Brunswick Club, 203 Sydney Rd, Brunswick, commencing at 7:30pm.
Nominations for any and all vacancies on the Board can be forwarded to the Secretary at email@example.com or by post to 22 Burns Street, Frankston, 3199. Nominations can also be made at the meeting itself. Apologies can also be advised in this manner.
Please refer attached Notice of Meeting for further detail.
NOTE. To be eligible to be elected to a vacancy, to vote or to speak at the AGM, a person must be a financial member of the VBSA.
The position of Score Registrar will be declared vacant at the AGM. Alan Croft has decided to not stand. If you are interested in this position and would like more information please email Alan. There is some remuneration and assistance for this position. The position requires a good working knowledge of computer based programs and data entry. The successful applicant will be assisted by Alan until they are able to fill the role.
UPDATE 12 OCTOBER 2016. At the AGM, proposed changes to the current VBSA Rules (Constitution) & ByLaws will be tabled. A copy of the amended Rules & ByLaws is now attached with the proposed changes shown in RED. An explanatory document is also attached to support the changes. Please take the time to consider the changes prior to attending the meeting.
Globetrotting Melbourne referee Kim Ivett adds enormously to her CV as she takes charge of the Final of the Paul Hunter Classic for Ladies in Germany tonight after completing the final of the World Under 21 Girls Championships in Belgium last week. Her dedication and commitment to her craft is now paying off in a big way.
The final was contested by Ladies World Champion Reanne Evans from England against former Ladies World Champion On Yee Ng from Hong Kong.
On Yee Ng won this inaugural Ladies Paul Hunter Classic by 4 frames to 1.
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