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World Championship/Masters Qualifiers

May 9, 2018 in EPA News by English Pool Association

Congratulations to recent qualifiers for the 2018 World Championships and World Masters. Ladies World Championships: Sharon Lunn, Harriet Haynes Ladies World Masters: Harriet Haynes, Carol Stephens Seniors WCQ Maidenhead: Jon Perrow, Pat Ward Seniors WCQ Manchester: Tony Shaw, Nathan Beevers Seniors WMQ Maidenhead: Stu Jones, Paul Waterfield Seniors WMQ Manchester: Alfie Powley, Andy Sudworth

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Seniors KO Cup 2018

May 7, 2018 in EPA News by English Pool Association

Draw available ...

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2018 Champion of Champions – Online Entry

May 2, 2018 in EPA News by English Pool Association

This year, the Champion of Champions competition has an on-line entry form. The League may enter and pay for winners and runners up via the online entry process, please remember to include the Singles and Ladies Champions (and runners up if appropriate). The Tournament Director will check elligibilty of the teams via the County Secretary.

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Interleague Knockouts Date: 27th May 2018

April 30, 2018 in Interleague, Mens Interleague by Martin West

Please be aware that the Mens Interleague Knockout is scheduled to take place at Stephen Hendrys Club, Brook Street, Preston on Sunday 27th May 2018 starting at 10:00 am. Apologies for the delay on this, but this was due to the re-scheduling of the National Inter-County competition in Great Yarmouth.

Can we please ask all captains to confirm their intention to attend, or not, as soon as possible. You will also be required to confirm your acceptance of a National Place (scheduled for Sat 6 – Sun 7 October) on the day if qualified, or if you wish to request a reserve spot.

The format is scheduled to be a double-elimination knockout. First-round matches will be posted following the May Day bank holiday.

World Championship Qualifiers – Draw Available

April 24, 2018 in EPA News by English Pool Association

Spare places will be available to purchase from 14:00 on Thursday 26 April. Cash only and EPA ID card required. Round 1 will commence at 17:00 on Thursday and Round 2 is expected to start later that evening. For draw details ...

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Alistair ‘Aggie’ Bailie

April 24, 2018 in EPA News by English Pool Association

We are sorry to report that Alistair 'Aggie' Bailie has sadly passed away at just 57 years old. He was a former England International from South Yorkshire and will be a sad loss to the pool world. He was a gentleman and very well respected by many. RIP Aggie.

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England Mens Team Trials

April 22, 2018 in EPA News by English Pool Association

The England Mens Team Trials were held at Club 147 Leicester 21/22 April 2018. The successful trialists are: Lewis Calcutt (Region 5) John Heredge (Region 7) Adam Bassoo (Region 7) Alex Lawrence (Region 7) Danny Davies (Region 8) Giuseppe d'Imperio (Region 7) Tim Roberts (Region 2) Chris Day (Region 4 retrialist) For results ...

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Intercounty/Golden Cue 2018

April 22, 2018 in EPA News by English Pool Association

Following cancellation of events at Vauxhall Holiday Park, Alternative dates for the Inter-County Finals have been arranged... Seniors Inter-County Thu 17 May at 21:00, continuing 18 May 09:00 B Team Inter-County Fri 18 May 22:00, continuing 19 May 12:00 A Team, Ladies, Juniors Sat 19 May 08:30 The Golden Cue Competition has had to be postponed to 8-9 December 2018

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Interleague Finals, Sat 28 – Sun 29 April 2018

April 16, 2018 in EPA News by English Pool Association

Draw now available ...

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Harrison takes tour 2

April 3, 2018 in Competitions by Tour Admin

2018 UKPT Event 2 - Daventry

The first tour of the season saw Stoke’s Lee Kendall taking the title in emphatic fashion against Wigan’s David Stock. Both players would have been looking to capitalise on their early success and strengthen their placing at the top of the table. It was a contrasting tour for the two in this respect as Kendall continued his fine form with a great showing, making the semi finals before losing out to England teammate Ben Flack, whom he defeated in the last 32 of the first tour. Stock on the otherhand found himself in a tough first round match against England stalwart Jack Pople, a tough match for any player on the tour, who defeated him 7-2.

The first tour saw Phil Harrison narrowly losing out to Lee Kendall in the semi-final. For most people this would be a good showing but for Harrison, a regular tour winner, it was clearly a case of must try harder, and try he did! He produced not only a fantastic display of pool ability but also of bottle, overcoming two deciding frames, one in the quarters and the other in the final, with a clearance off his opponent’s break.

Harrison’s route to the final was by no means an easy one. A Premier League player, Darrell Whitworth, a high standard newcomer to the tour, Marvin Nestor, and a previous World finalist who is considered amongst the England team's best had to be overcome before meeting current European Champion Ben Flack in the final, a tough match for anyone.

Flack’s route to the final was certainly no easier; 3 Premier League players had to be overcome in his run up including habitual tour winner Tom Cousins and Tour 1 champion Lee Kendall. A number of close matches ensued, and Flack showed true grit and bottle to overcome each opponent with his relentless focus proving key to victory.

The final was a high standard affair as would be expected between two greats of the game and there was never more than a couple of frames to separate the two. In the end it was Harrison who would take it with a pin point clearance in the decider. This now leaves Kendall and Harrison tied for first place in the rankings as both have won a tour and made the semis, leaving each on 26 points.






Karl Sutton [8-6]

Lee Kendall [8-5]


Marvin Nestor [7-6]

Tom Cousins [7-5]


Darrell Whitworth [7-2]

Giuseppe D’Imperio [7-6]


Reece Townsend [7-2]

Martin Wood [7-4]


Glenn Cahir [7-3]

Lee Howitt [7-1]

LAST 128

John Strange [7-0]

Lee Pickard [7-3]


2018 Tour 2 Final – Phil Harrison vs Ben Flack