Belmont 16′ Sailing Club – Lightning Billiards Premiers

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.

 

6 new qualified Snooker referees for Newcastle

The NDBSA is proud to announce that 6 there are six new qualified snooker referees and 3 new qualified billiard referees – all members of the NDBSA.

Current Qualified Snooker Referees

NameLevelPhoto
Annette Clifford3
Stephen Dodds3
John Duchatel3
Richard Evans3
Nilesh Fatania3
Chris Mungoven3
Grant Schubert3

Current Qualified Billiard Referees

NameLevelPhoto
Stephen Dodds3
John Duchatel3
Richard Evans3
Grant Schubert3

The NDBSA is currently offering incentives for anyone interested in becoming a qualified snooker and/or billiard referee. To find out more contact Grant Schubert via email
or on 0421337105.

6-Red Grand Final

The Summer 6-Red Grand Final will be held 7pm Wednesday the 7th March at Wangi Workers Club. The two finalists are the Cessnock Comets and the Mayfield Bowling Club No.1. Good luck to both teams and as always, spectators welcome.

2018 NDBSA Individual Membership Fees due

The 2018 Annual Individual Membership due by the 31st of March 2018.

 

$50 all competitions

$15 Over 50s Rex Smith only

 

Please pay your Team Snooker Club President, Treasurer or Captain who then can pay on behalf of your Club via Direct Debit*.

 

Bank Details: NDBSA

BSB: 637000 (Greater)

Account: 716695654

Description: Club name

 

  • Please note – Our banking account is no longer with Newcastle Permanent as of 2016

 

Once deposit is made please email or SMS a list of the paid players to bbourke50@gmail.com or 0421337105

 

Any team that plays an unfinancial player after the 31st March will have points deducted so please ensure your players are financial.

Mayfield Bowling No.1 to meet Cessnock Comets in 6-Red Grand Final

Mayfield Bowling Club No.1 withstood a late fightback from the Kahibah Sports Cannons to book a place in the Grand Final. At one point Mayfield looked like they may secure a 3-0 result but Kahibah dug deep to take it to a decider. In the final game Kahibah can count themselves unlucky with the balls cruelly favouring Mayfield but at the end of the night the result reflected a strong performance by Mayfield who seemed to cope with the pressure a little better than Kahibah. Due to the NDBSA AGM being held at Kahibah Sports next week the Grand Final will be held on the 7th of March at a venue to be determined. Good luck to both finalists.

6-Red finals update

Last night Minor Premiers Cessnock Comets defeated Mayfield Bowling Club No.1 without their in-form No.1 Michael North, to advance to the Grand Final. In  the minor semi Kahibah Sports Canons defeated the Mayfield Bowling Club No.2 in a hard fought battle.

 

Next Wednesday Mayfield Bowling Club No.1 will play Kahibah Sports Club Cannons to see who will progress to the Grand Final and meet the Cessnock Comets.

 

Preliminary Final

Mayfield Bowling Club No.1 vs Kahibah Sports Club Cannons

7pm Belmont 16′ Sailing Club

Spectators welcome

 

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