Category Archives: Rex Smith Over-50s

Rex Smith Over-50s minor & major semi-finals

Congratulations to Cessnock Comets who needed a 4 points from their last match to take out the minor premiership by a point. Cessnock Comets will play Belmont 16′ Sailing Club No.1 at Wangi Workers Club on Thursday to see who will progress to Grand Final. In the minor semi Wangi Workers Club No.2 will play Kahibah Sport Panthers at Belmont 16′ Sailing Club. Good luck to all teams competing.

Rex Smith Over-50s grand final

Cessnock Ex-Services Snooker Club has overcome the disappointment of losing their home tables to record another chance to take out the Rex Smith Over-50s Shield. Standing in their way is Belmont 16′ Sailing No.2 side who have been great form. The Grand Final will be held at Wangi Workers Club 1pm Thursday the 16th November. Spectators most welcome and good luck to both teams.

Rex Smith Over-50s and Premier League Snooker Competitions

The 2017 Rex Smith Over-50s and Premier League Snooker will start Thursday the 29th June.

The NDBSA is also proud to announce that the following competitions now come with prizemoney attached as follows…
Rex Smith Over 50s Shield
Winner _$300
3rd (loser preliminary final) _$100
4th (loser semi final) _$50
Winner $200
Runner-up $100
Premier Snooker
Winner _ $300
Runner-up _ $200
Currently the Tony Tamplin is $2500 – in 2018 the NDBSA Committee will look at a more even distribution of prizemoney across all competitions.
As is the case with the Tony Tamplin prize money, this money is for club equipment improvement purposes only and must be used by the end of January 2018. By utilising this prizemoney for equipment improvement purposes all NDBSA members benefit by playing competition snooker with better equipment.

Wangi Worker’s Club – 2016/17 Rex Smith Champions

Wangi Workers Club over 50’s snooker team defeated Minor Premiers Cessnock Ex-Services Club at Belmont 16 Foot Sailing Club to claim the Rex Smith trophy in a nail biting finish. Congratulations to both teams for a hard fought grand final which saw Cessnock’s Gary Johnson have victory in his grasp in potting the final black only to see the white ball also enter a pocket.

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