Congratulations to the Kahibah Sports Cobras who overcame a fightback by the Toronto Workers Club to claim the 2018-19 Lightning Billiards Shield 5-4. Thank you to Belmont 16′ Sailing Club for hosting the Final.
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Belmont 16′ Sailing Club and Minor Premiers and defending Champions, the Kahibah Sports Kingpins met in the Grand Final of the Lightning Billiards on Monday and had a thriller of a match. The Kahibah Kingpins got ahead early with Eric Bauer winning his first two games easily before Brian Bourke and Mick Hill for Belmont steadied the ship with strong performances. Going into the last group of matches Belmont only needed to win one more match but Kahibah’s Tony Paul and Dave Mackie dug deep to win which left the two captains to decide who will be the 2017-18 Lightning Billiards Champions. Although Eric Bauer was giving significant start he caught Mick Hill with about 30 points to go but Mick held his nerve to deny Eric and the Kahibah Sports Kingpins. Congratualtions to the Premiers, the Belmont 16′ Sailing Club. A big thanks to Wangi Workers Club for hosting the Grand Final and John Duchatel, Ian Callaghan and Grant Schubert for refereeing. Warren Johnson from Toronto Workers Club took out the seasons high break with 74.
Wangi Worker’s Club has positions available in their billiards side for the upcoming Summer Lightning Billiards competition that runs on Monday nights. If you are interested in joining their team please don’t hesitate to call John on 0411205742 Thursday or via email at email@example.com.
Well done to the Kahibah Sports King-pins in taking out the 2016/17 Lightning Billiards Championship defeating Toronto Workers Club. A special thanks to the Wangi Worker’s Club who hosted the Grand Final. High Break for the season went to Warren Johnson of Toronto Worker’s Club with a respectable 86.
The 2016/17 Lightning Billiards finals positions had been determined with the Kahibah Sports Cobras (79pts) taking out the Minor Premiership. Second was tied between Belmont 16′ Sailing Club No.1 (74pts) and Toronto Worker’s Club (74pts) but a playoff saw Toronto Worker’s Club secure the no.2 spot. The final spot in the finals was secured by the Kahibah Sports King-pins (70pts).
Next weeks finals 20th March 2017:
Kahibah Sports Cobras vs Toronto Worker’s Club at Wangi Worker’s Club 7pm
Belmont 16′ Sailing Club No.1 vs Kahibah Sports King-pins Toronto Worker’s Club 6pm
Good luck to all teams