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28/07/14, 18:06 by NS Admin | Views: 21 | Comments: 0

The professional game has been on hiatus since the Australian Goldfields Open and returns next week with the first European Tour event of the campaign in Riga, which represents a maiden pro tournament for Latvia.



Meanwhile, Ben Harrison (pictured), a 22 year-old from Wiltshire, has won the English amateur championship, snooker’s oldest tournament having first been contested in 1916.

Among the previous winners are Rex Williams, Ray Reardon, John Spencer, Jimmy White and Nigel Bond. Ronnie O’Sullivan reached the final in 1991 when aged just 15 but was beaten by Steve Judd.

Amateur snooker is in a healthy state worldwide. The International Billiards and Snooker Federation is comprised of around 70 national governing bodies, a vast network of players and competitions.

However, in the UK, the amateur game lacks the numbers it once did because there are fewer places in which to play. Snooker clubs have shut down at an alarming rate in the last decade. The smoking ban was certainly a factor in this. Snooker clubs have never been solely about snooker. They are also social hubs where people went for a smoke and a drink and a chat and, yes, a game of snooker.

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28/07/14, 18:00 by Terry Sutcliffe | Views: 7 | Comments: 0



Apologies, busy month made me unable to fit this one in!

Walkover for Brian
27/07/14, 17:01 by Vinnie Dennis | Views: 21 | Comments: 1

To start  I would like to say well done to Nottinghamshire B on our 2nd Victory and unlucky to Leicestershire on the loss.

Now the Result:
Nottinghamshire B 40-24 Leicestershire B

A great day of snooker at "The Towers" Mansfield, which saw a 1 sided mornings play by the Nottinghamshire lads (with very solid performances all round) and a more competitive afternoons play for Leicestershire. At the mid way point Notts were up 23-9 but Leicestershire came out fighting after our lovely MASSIVE buffet and made sure their pride was kept intact.

Man of the match for Notts was : Chris Hackett who was Pointed out By the Leicestershire captain Scott
(to be fair we could've had 4 man of the match winners, Steve Burrows, Craig McMorran and Neil Elliot being the others, I wish I had more trophy's and in the end Scott decided)

Leicestershire man of the match was chosen by myself and Scott was: Dave Keogh

Notts Highest break went to: Craig McMorran with a 41

Leicestershire Highest break went to: Steve Grimble also with a 41

A massive thanks to all that played, it was a great day and everybody played in the correct spirit of the game.

A big thanks to "The Towers" for a great venue and hospitality as always and the Buffet was lovely

A big thanks to our sponsors:

Holgates of Nottingham
www.holgatetransport.co.uk

The Towers, Botany avenue, Mansfield, Notts, NG18 5NG. Tel: 01623 654759.
snooker/pool/conference room/private hire/wedding reception room

Car mat Factory
www.carmatfactory.co.uk

Thanks to Leicestershire Captain Scott and his team for a great day.
Another great memory in the brain bank for me and no doubt all involved. A Pleasure as always Guys.

Vinnie Dennis
Nottinghamshire B team Captain.
25/07/14, 22:39 by Ross Wilkin | Views: 623 | Comments: 3



Assuming I'm not stepping on Terry's toes putting this result up (he does some very nice detailed ones!)....

I started well in a small way, by getting several one colour breaks in the first frame, with Terry struggling to get started. I won this one surprisingly quickly having built a good lead.
Apart from us both struggling at the start of the 2nd, it was the opposite of the first, with Terry starting to pot well half way through and took the frame, helped along a bit by some poor safety by myself.
I don't remember much about the third frame, except Terry had some terrible luck around the last red or so...going in off, then fouling by potting the pink by accident. This made it easy for me to take the frame.
Very scrappy last frame I think, I just remember that I needed the pink for the frame, but Terry needed pink and black. This difference proved enough for me to take this frame and match.
Hard luck Terry, this could have EASILY been a draw if not for a few strange happenings! Good luck in your last match and hope to bump into you next season, maybe in a comp! :)
25/07/14, 21:59 by Jon Sully | Views: 495 | Comments: 1



Unfortunately, despite me leaving Ashley a morning reminder on his voicemail, he failed to show up for this fixture. I left at 8.30pm after waiting an hour.

At least instead of enduring one of my tepid draws, I got to double the viewing figures and watch some of the Commonwealth Games at a very quiet BCI.
25/07/14, 21:48 by David Casey | Views: 140 | Comments: 0



A well thought out draw and match played in a good spirit!
Until next time!
25/07/14, 17:55 by Robert West | Views: 130 | Comments: 0



Wow another match another draw for me a great match which was played in good spirit the frames were close with the quickest won frame being on the blue good luck in your last game dan
24/07/14, 20:57 by NBSA | Views: 180 | Comments: 0



We are now taking entries for the Winter Season 2014/15 Singles League. This has been a popular competition over the last few years with the number of entries growing each season.

The format will remain the same as in previous years. Please see the rules for clarification:

Singles League Rules

Only players who have completed an entry form and paid their membership fee will be included in the fixture lists which will be published prior to the season start date of 1st September 2014.

Entry Form

Closing date for entries is 21st August 2014.

All entrants must also pay an annual membership fee of £15 which will entitle them to free entry into all NBSA singles and pairs competitions this season (team leagues excluded).

Pay your membership fee online here:

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Any questions or queries please feel free to contact Paul Wainwright on 07982 806428.
24/07/14, 10:53 by Mike Langdon | Views: 179 | Comments: 0



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Rick Worrall   72-36   Julian Marshall
Rick Worrall   57-28   Gaz Birks
Ross Wilkin   33-65   Gaz Birks
Dan Norton   29-58   Joe Trout
Ross Wilkin   61-36   Joe Trout
Dan Norton   61-39   Dave Dunleavy

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