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Tony Tamplin Finals wk3

Tony Tamplin Preliminary Finals

Two “last player ” , third frame wins by John Crossland and John Hicks have taken Nelson Bay and Wangi Workers Club No.1 into the Preliminary Finals next Wednesday September 11th

Nelson Bay fought back from two rubbers down to beat Kahibah Sports Cannons 3-2 while Wangi Workers No.1 had a hard fought see-saw 3-2 win over Cessnock Comets No.1

Congratulations to all players involved for their high quality competitive snooker and good spirits

So next Wednesday 11th September

Preliminary Final 1

Tennis Club v Nelson Bay Community Club at Tennis Club

Preliminary Final 2

Belmont 16′ Sailing Club 1 v Wangi Workers No.1 at Belmont 16′ Sailing Club

Good luck to the four teams in the battle to reach the Grand Final

2019 Elwyn Jones Billiard Shield Winners

Congratulations to the Kahibah Sports Cobras who managed to defeat the minor premiers, the Kahibah Sports Kingpins by 2 games to 1, in the 2109 Elwyn Jones Billiards Shield.

Both Kahibah teams had a great season and the Kingpins pipped the Cobras to take out the minor premiership. However, the Cobras extracted some revenge by prevailing in a hard fought Grand Final.

A special thanks to John Duchatel who put his recent Grade 3 Refereeing Certificate to good use in officiating one of the matches. Also to Belmont 16′ Sailing Clubs Brian Bourke and Peter McKenzie for their assistance. Belmont 16′ Sailing Club also played hosts for the Grand Final with their newly reclothed tables which were a pleasure to play on.

Grant Schubert took out the season high break with a 148.

After 1st wk TT Finals…

The first TT qualifying and elimination finals were completed last night

Results were : 

– Tennis Club – 3   beat Cessnock Comets No. 1 – 0
– Wangi Workers Club No.1 – 3 beat Cessnock Comets No. 2 – 0
– Kahibah Sports Cannons – 3 beat Kahibah Sports Kings – 0
– Belmont 16′ Sailing Club No.1 – 3 beat Nelson Bay Community Club – 1

Well done to the winners and commiserations to the losers 

Next Wednesday 4.9.19 , the Semi Finals will be : 

Cessnock Comets No. 1 v Wangi Workers Club No.1 at East Cessnock Bowling Club

Nelson Bay Community v Kahibah Sports Cannons at Nelson Bay Community Club

Good luck to all teams

Foul & Miss – Tony Tamplin Finals

Team Captains,

Due to the haphazard use of the Foul and a Miss rule during the 22 rounds of the competition , the NDBSA committee has decided on a definitive method of application of the rule for the finals

At the toss of the coin for each pairing , the marker shall ask the two players if they wish the Foul and a Miss Rule to apply in their match.

If either or both players say YES , the Foul and a Miss Rule SHALL apply to their match .

If both players say NO than the Foul and a Miss Rule will not apply to their match

The Marker’s ruling on whether a fair attempt has been made is final

Good luck in the Finals


Bill Marshall



2019 Tony Tamplin Finals

Congratulations to the Tennis Club who are the 2019 Tony Tamplin Shield Minor Premiers. The Tennis Club and the Nelson Bay Community Club have been battling out for the second half of the season to see who would finish in first but a 10pt win by the Tennis Club ensures they go into the finals series as hot favourites.



(1) Tennis v Cessnock 1 at Tennis

(2) Nelson Bay v Belmont 1    at Nelson Bay

Winners of Qualifying Finals through to Preliminary Finals

Losers to following week’s semi finals


(3) Wangi 1 v Cessnock 2 at Wangi

(4) Kahibah Cannons v Kahibah Kings at Kahibah

Winners of Elimination Finals to following week’s semi finals

Losers eliminated

Home teams are responsible for ensuring there are markers for all tables. At 3 table venues opposing team should assist. Check Tony Tamplin Format for further details. Good luck to all teams.

Shane Paul wins 2019 Winning Smiles 16 & Over Snooker Tournament

Shane Paul wins the 2019 WINNING SMILES 16 and over Snooker Tournament.

Shane Paul overcame John Howard 2-0 in the final, both players played 
very well throughout the tournament and the final was played in good 
spirit yet very competitive.

Many thanks to Wangi Workers Club for hosting the tournament and to John Hicks for table preparation and general assistance on  the day.
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