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2017 Summer League Groups 8-Balls


PlayerTeam 8-Balls
Dave BarkerTHE KENNYS CUE3
Andy RawlinsonKENNYS BEAR2
Mick AddisonHOP POLE C1
Sean AlldrittINSTITUTE ISLANDERS1
Dave ArrowsmithKENNYS BEAR1
Paddy BaidwanST. GEORGES1
Mark BillingsleyINSTITUTE SC1
John DanielsST. GEORGES1
Gaz DaviesINSTITUTE SC1
Simon W DaviesINSTITUTE SC1
Rich DaviesKENNYS1
Simon DaviesJOINERS ARMS1
Gavin DaviesKENNYS BEAR1
Robbie JenkinsonST. GEORGES1
Kieron JohnsonKENNYS1
Simon KeyHOP POLE C1
Rob WharneINSTITUTE SC1
Dave WhitfieldTHE KENNYS CUE1
Jamie WoolleyST. GEORGES1

(Click on a row in the above table to see more information)
8-ball classification

8-Balls should be marked on the score card by entering the number “8” next to the name of the player who has recorded the 8-ball. There are a number of ways to perform an 8-ball.

A player can break and dish in one visit. i.e. the player chosen to break splits the pack legally and pots one or more red/yellow balls, nominates his/her preferred suit (red/yellow), and goes on to pot all balls of that colour followed by the black ball.

Secondly, 8-Balls can be marked on the score card by the name of the non-breaking player. The criteria for this were changed at the August 2014 AGM. The 8-Ball clearance will NOW be based on the FIRST visit.

a. When a player breaks and DOES NOT pot a ball, and the opposite player then clears, THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE.

b. When a player breaks and goes in-off, and the opposite player then clears, THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE.

c. When a player breaks and hits the cue ball off the table. The opposite player is awarded TWO Shots. If the player clears on the FIRST VISIT - THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE.

d. When a player breaks and pots any ball/balls BUT goes in-off, and the opposite player then clears, THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE.

e. When a player breaks and makes a FOUL BREAK, i.e 4 balls not hitting a cushion. The balls are then re-racked and the opposite player breaks and clears on the FIRST VISIT, THIS IS AN 8 BALL CLEARANCE.

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