DELEGATES MEETING CHANGE OF DATE


Due to the 3 A Sides First Rounds taking place on Thursday 6th February our scheduled Delegates meeting has been brought forward by one week.

It will now take place at 7.15pm in the St Comgalls Club on Thursday 30th January. As well as normal business we will be discussing and hoping to resolve the impasse over the Interleague.

2020 LEAGUE DOUBLES DRAW


8.00pm SESSION

E. Gribben/ L. Gribben vs P. Smyth/ C. Smyth 
F. Gribben/ L. McCorry vs D. Kelly/ D. Ferguson
S. McWhirter/ R. Hawkins vs N. McClay/ S. Davison
A. Arbuthnot/ C. Carson vs G. McCorry/ R. Marcus
R. Kane/ A. Gardiner vs M. Kane/ J. Johnston
G. Fears/ R. McAlinden vs M. Goudie/ K. English
S. Houston/ S. Herron vs A. McCorry/ C. O’Toole
R. Scott/ T. Fleming vs P. Haveron/ G. Peoples

9:30pm SESSION

I. McCalmont/ R. McIlhinney vs B. McIlroy Sr/ L. McCormick
M. O’Boyle/ K. McAlister vs E. Martin/ A. Johnston
D. Niblock/ W. Telford vs S. McAlister/ D. McDonagh
J. Bell/ N. McFaul vs J. McIlroy/ J. Kerr
A. Irvine/ N. Cowie vs G. Fleming/ J. Patton
N. Campbell/ M. Wilson vs P. McAlister/ G. McCorry
A. Mackey/ T. McKee vs L. McIlreavey/ G. Wallace
D. Lowe/ J. Gilchrist vs W. Irvine/ C. Johnston

Thursday 23rd January - Stage One
Thursday 30th January - Stage Two

In the photo - 2019 Winners Gerry McCorry and Ryan Marcus


LEAGUE WEEK 13


LEAGUE WEEK 13 FIXTURES
THURSDAY 16th JANUARY

Eight Ball Army 12-3 Blues
Five Plus One 11-4 Dirty Dozen
Q.Stars 7-9 Lorraine's Flyers
Q.Tips 6-9 Ibrox
St Comgalls 9-7 Q.Stix
Station Bar 9-7 Clonlee


THURSDAY 23rd JANUARY - League Doubles Stage 1

SUNDAY 26th JANUARY - Richard Bowen Memorial Individual

THURSDAY 30th JANUARY - League Doubles Stage 2

THURSDAY 6th FEBRUARY - League 3 a Sides down to last 8

THURSDAY 13th FEBRUARY- League 3 a Sides Final Night

THURSDAY - LEAGUE FIXTURE 14
St Comgalls vs Blues
Station Bar vs Five Plus One
Q Tips vs Q Stix
Q Stars vs Clonlee
Lorraines vs Ibrox
Eight Ball Army vs Dirty Dozen

2020 RICHARD BOWEN MEMORIAL


When - Sunday 26th January
Where - Q.Club
Start time - 12.00 noon, Club open from 11.15am
Cost - £5 (Must be paid in advance of draw)
Format - Straight Knockout
How to enter - Via your team Captain or in Q.Club to William Irvine
Who can enterAll players must be League registered or have a BT40 home or work address.

In the photo - 2019 Finalists Johnny Nelson (left) and Bill McIlroy Sr with Richards son Martin Stubbs. Johnny went on to the win the Final for his fifth time in only his fifth time of entering the event, his first success being in 2001.



SKC GAMING LEAGUE 3 A SIDES


When - Thursday 6th & 13th February to a finish
Where - Q.Club
Matches start - 8.00pm
Cost - £10 per team
Format - Straight Knockout
Races - Best of 9
Teams - Can register up to 4 players (recommended)

To guarantee entry - All Captains or Delegates are asked to return the completed entry form into the Q.Club by Thursday 30th January along with payment.

Draw - Will take place on Thursday 30th January in Q.Club during the Doubles Finals Night.

Teams - can be made up of players from different League teams. All players must be League registered or have a BT40 home or work address.

In the photo - 2019 Winners - Gerry & The Peacemakers


KNOCKOUT CUP DRAW


The draw for the Semi Finals of the Knockout Cup took place at the Delegates meeting last night and is as follows -

Q.Stars V Blues
Lorraine's Flyers V Q.Tips

Both ties to take place in the Q.Club, dates TBC

LEAGUE WEEK 12


THURSDAY 9th JANUARY

Clonlee 7-9 Q.Tips
Dirty Dozen 7-9 Blues
Five Plus One 10-5 St Comgalls
Ibrox 9-7 Q.Stars
Lorraine's 6-9 Eight Ball Army
Q.Stix 10-5 Station Bar

Feature match - We had a new team making their League debut tonight as Marty Kane's Dirty Dozen entertained Alex Irvine's Blues. And it certainly was an entertaining match which the visitors just won 9-7 courtesy of the Play Off Frame. Mark Wilson scored a fine hat trick for the Blues as did Marty Kane himself for the Dozen. Blues had raced into a 6-1 lead only for the hosts to come storming back to 7-8 forcing the 16th Rack. But up stepped Andy Mackey for the away side to pot the final black of the night and give his side their first points of the season. Session scores were 4-1, 2-3, 2-3, 1-0 in favour of the victors.
Five Plus One remain a point clear at the top after a solid 10-5 home win against St Comgalls. The hosts trailed 1-2 but it was to be the last time they were behind in the match, Ronan McCarthy securing both points in Frame 12. Session scores for Five Plus One were 3-2, 4-1 and 3-2.
Up in the Rangers Club another nail biting match unfolded as second placed Ibrox played Q.Stars. The hosts had no complaints after Tips raced into a 6-2 lead playing some great Pool but Ibrox kept plugging away and took the match into a Play Off Frame where Neil Campbell cleared up superbly from a dry break to secure both points for Robert Hawkins's team. Session scores for Ibrox were 1-4, 3-2, 4-1 and 1-0.
Hugo Manson's Q.Tips remain in third spot two points behind the leaders but they had to graft really hard away to an inspired Clonlee side. Tips had to win the last five racks including a Play Off Frame success by Tyler McConnell to scrape over the line against their second from bottom hosts. But a win is a win and next week they entertain Ibrox in what should be another classic, Tips having beaten the Rangers Club side twice already this term. Scores were 2-3, 2-3, 4-1 and 1-0.
Eight Ball Army stay very much in touch at the top after a hard fought 9-6 away win over Lorraine's Flyers in the Pigeon Club. The match was decided in Frame 14 when Thomas Fleming won to make it 9-5 as the Armys great season continues. Session scores for the visitors were 3-2, 4-1, 2-3.
Last but not least Alan Johnston's Q.Stix won by 10-5 at home to Station Bar. The hosts were never behind in the match and Craig Johnston took the honours of securing the points by winning Frame 14. Session scores on thed night were 4-1, 2-3 and 4-1.

LEAGUE WEEK 13 FIXTURES
THURSDAY 16th JANUARY

Eight Ball Army V Blues
Five Plus One V Dirty Dozen
Q.Stars V Lorraine's Flyers
Q.Tips V Ibrox
St Comgalls V Q.Stix
Station Bar V Clonlee

CHRISTMAS WINDOW TRANSFERS & NEW SIGNINGS


WINDOW NOW CLOSED

TRANSFERS 
Neil McFaul - Q.Stix to Lorraine's Flyers
Lee Gribben - Blues to Lorraine's Flyers
Stephen Herron - Ibrox to Q.Stars
Chris Keenan - Clonlee to Dirty Dozen


NEW SIGNINGS 
Trevor Whiteside  - Q.Stix
Gary Peoples - Blues
Paddy Bannon - Dirty Dozen
James Johnson - Dirty Dozen
Iain Britton - Ibrox
John Magennis - Clonlee
Paul Harris - Q.Tips
Lenny Swan - Q.Tips
Joe Patton - Blues
Mark Cochrane - Blues

Window closes Friday 3rd January

Q.CLUB FLYER


With no league pool this Thursday night we will be running a £5 Handicapped Flyer.
Cost - £5 all in, tables open
Time - 7:30 start
Races - to 5 if Handicapped, races to 4 if Scratch match

Handicaps as follows
'A' player  0
B1 player  1
B2 player  2
B3 player  3

Open to everyone not just Larne league players
Anyone looking to enter comment below or turn up on the night before 7:30.

TURKEY SHOOT

MARCUS WINS HIS CHRISTMAS DINNER 🦃🎱😂

Well done to Ryan Marcus. The youngster continued his winning streak by winning our League annual Charity Turkey Shoot Competition which was held in the Q.Club last night beating the experienced Davy Magill in the Final. Davy takes home the giblets as Runner Up.

On a serious note though, we raised £144 on the night which gives us a running total of £734 towards our nominated Charity for the 2019 / 2020 season. The beneficiary is young local lad Mason McCombe whose condition is described below.

"" Mason is 12 years old and has a genetic condition called Fragile X Syndrome. This means his X chromosome is damaged and due to this he suffers from Autism, Global Developmental Delay, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, Anxiety, displays Challenging Behaviour and has limited speech. He suffers from low muscle tone and is prone to episodes of absences, which are a form of epilepsy.
Mason has no sense of danger and will never be able to live on his own. He can cause injury to himself due to getting anxious in situations he has no control over.
Mason attends Roddensvale School and is in a small class of 6 pupils. The school have recognised that certain things help Mason to remain calm and deal with challenging situations.
He goes to the Hydro Pool and especially loves the Sensory Room. Both of these help him to relax and keep calm.
We applied for grants to provide a sensory room at home for Mason to enable him to have a safe relaxing space of his own and help him deal with any issues that can cause challenging behaviour.
Unfortunately our application was unsuccessful but friends and family began fundraising to enable this to happen for Mason.
We are overwhelmed by the support we received from friends, family, the local dart league, community group, Larne Rangers Club to name but a few and have almost reached the target of £6,000 needed to provide a sensory room for Mason. Everything has been ordered and a team of specialists from The Learning Space in Belfast will oversee the work until completion.
This will make such a difference to our wee boys life and we will never be able to thank everyone who helped in anyway enough ""
Alison & Jim McCombe


LEAGUE ANNUAL CHARITY TURKEY SHOOT


Our annual Charity Turkey Shoot takes place this Thursday 19th December in the Q.Club. Our nominated appeal for this current season is young local lad Mason McCombe, you can read details of Mason's condition below.

What - LeagueTurkey Shoot Flyer
Where - Q. Club
When - Thursday 19th December
Time - Names in by 7.45pm for a 8.00pm start
Cost - £5 per person
Format - Straight Knock Out "Best of 5"
Who - Open to anyone

And it just remains to be said may the best turkey win !!!!! 🍗😂

"" Mason is 12 years old and has a genetic condition called Fragile X Syndrome. This means his X chromosome is damaged and due to this he suffers from Autism, Global Developmental Delay, Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties, Anxiety, displays Challenging Behaviour and has limited speech. He suffers from low muscle tone and is prone to episodes of absences, which are a form of epilepsy.
Mason has no sense of danger and will never be able to live on his own. He can cause injury to himself due to getting anxious in situations he has no control over.
Mason attends Roddensvale School and is in a small class of 6 pupils. The school have recognised that certain things help Mason to remain calm and deal with challenging situations.
He goes to the Hydro Pool and especially loves the Sensory Room. Both of these help him to relax and keep calm.
We applied for grants to provide a sensory room at home for Mason to enable him to have a safe relaxing space of his own and help him deal with any issues that can cause challenging behaviour.
Unfortunately our application was unsuccessful but friends and family began fundraising to enable this to happen for Mason.
We are overwhelmed by the support we received from friends, family, the local dart league, community group, Larne Rangers Club to name but a few and have almost reached the target of £6,000 needed to provide a sensory room for Mason. Everything has been ordered and a team of specialists from The Learning Space in Belfast will oversee the work until completion.
This will make such a difference to our wee boys life and we will never be able to thank everyone who helped in anyway enough ""

Alison & Jim McCombe


KNOCK OUT CUP RESULTS


THURSDAY 12th DECEMBER
QUARTER FINALS PLAYED IN Q.CLUB

Eight Ball Army 5-8 Blues
Q.Tips 8-6 Ibrox
Five Plus One 7-8 Lorraine's Flyers
Q.Stix 4-8 Q.Stars

What a night we had in the Q.Club in the Quarter Finals of the 2019-2020 Knockout Cup. One could argue that all four outsiders won their ties to progress to the Semi Finals. No argument about the biggest upset as Stephen Spence's Lorraine's Flyers knocked out League leaders Five Plus One in a match that went the full fifteen frames. Session scores were 3-2, 3-2 and 2-3 in Lorraine's favour with Alan Murray and Glyn Williams winning the final two frames of the match to see their team through, incredible result for the Flyers.
Hugo Manson's Q.Tips met the League's second placed team Ibrox with a tight match expected. That's how it worked out with the game evenly balanced at 6-6 after twelve racks before the Carson brothers Steven and Chris stepped up to win the next two frames and send Tips into the Semi Final draw. Session scores for the victors were 2-3, 4-1 and 2-2.
Q.Stars won the first session 3-2 and never looked back in their match against Q.Stix and they pushed on taking the next by 4-1. Although Stix won frame eleven it was only a stay of execution as Oliver Mulvenna potted the last black of the game to send his team into the Semi Finals.
Bottom placed Blues took on joint third placed Eight Ball Army and it was the Blues who started the best by running off the first four racks. A double from Captain John Kerr helped reduce the arrears to 3-4 for the Army but the total comeback wasn't to be as Lee Gribben completed his hat trick in frame twelve for Blues to take a Semi Final berth.

THURSDAY 19th DECEMBER
CHRISTMAS CHARITY TURKEY SHOOT IN Q.CLUB

THURSDAY 9th JANUARY
FIRST LEAGUE FIXTURE OF SECOND HALF OF SEASON

LEAGUE TRANSFER WINDOW


OPENS - Friday 13th December
CLOSES - Friday 3rd January

Any new signings or transfers to be relayed to Committee. Any player not registered with Committee before closing date will be ineligible to play for his/her new team. Also any monies owed must be paid to the Treasurer at or before the next meeting on Thursday 9th January in the St Comgalls Club at 7.15pm.


LEAGUE WEEK 11


THURSDAY 5th DECEMBER
(Half way mark in season)

Blues 2-13 Five Plus One
Clonlee 4-11 St Comgalls
Q.Stars 9-6 Eight Ball Army
Q.Tips 10-5 Lorraine's Flyers
Station Bar 4-11 Ibrox
Q.Stix V Bye

Feature Match - Second played sixth as Eight Ball Army and Q.Stars met with only two points between them in the final League fixture of 2019 in the Larne & District Pool League. A tight match was expected and that was what we got with Q.Stars' Sean Davison having to win the final frame of the night to stop the match going into a Play Off frame. And that's exactly what he did to give his team a 9-6 win and two vital points. Session scores in favour of the winners were 3-2, 3-2, 3-2, best on the night for Stars was Drew Niblock with a fine hat trick whilst Thomas Fleming and Ryan McAleenan registered braces for the Army. 
Ibrox stay in touch at the top after an away win over Station Bar. The hosts led 2-0 but back came the visitors winning six out of the next seven racks. The match was still very much in the balance after the second session with Ibrox only leading by 6-4 but they moved up through the gears winning the final session 5-0 for an 11-4 success on the night.
Hugo Manson's Q.Tips who are also well in the title race were in trouble early doors as visitors Lorraine's Flyers raced into a 3-0 lead. But they eventually woke up and 6-4 after the second session had ended. Tips then pushed on to close the match out at 10-5.
Although Clonlee won the first frame in the St Comgalls Club derby match, there was to be no shock result as St Comgalls ran off seven on the trot before eventually running out 11-4 victors. The result keeps Paul Smyth's side well in the title race only two points off the top spot.
Bryan McWhirter's Five Plus One will go into the second half of the season leading the chasing pack by a single point after a 13-2 thrashing of basement team the Blues. At one stage it looked like it would be a whitewash but to their credit Blues dug deep to win two racks on the trot in the final session.
Alan Johnston's Q.Stix had a bye tonight.
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THURSDAY 12th DECEMBER FIXTURES
KNOCKOUT CUP QUARTER FINALS

Eight Ball Army V Blues
Q.Tips V Ibrox
Five Plus One V Lorraine's Flyers
Q.Stix V Q.Stars
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LEAGUE TRANSFER WINDOW

OPENS - Friday 13th December
CLOSES - Friday 3rd January

Any new signings or transfers to be relayed to Committee. Any player not registered with Committee before closing date will be ineligible to play for his/her new team. Also any monies owed must be paid to the Treasurer at or before the next meeting on Thursday 9th January in the St Comgalls Club at 7.15pm.

OUR CONDOLENCES


The Committee of Larne & District Pool League would like to pass on our condolences to the family of Ivan Armour who passed away on Saturday 30th November aged 51.

Ivan was a very talented player, playing most of his Pool out of the local Pigeon Club. The funeral will take place at 1.30pm on Thursday 5th December from his Sallagh Park home.

Our thoughts are with you at this sad time.

KNOCKOUT CUP RESULTS


KNOCKOUT CUP PRELIMS THURSDAY 28th NOVEMBER
(All played in Q.Club)

Clonlee 3-8 Eight Ball Army
St Comgalls 5-8 Q.Stix
Station Bar 7-8 Blues
Dirty Dozen 4-8 Q.Stars

Tonight seen a break from League action as the Prelims of the Knockout Cup took centre stage in the Q.Club. Alan Johnston's Q.Stix took on last seasons League Runners Up St Comgalls who were fresh on the back of an 11-4 hammering of Ibrox from last week. But it was Stix who turned on the style last night as they won the match by 8-5. They were never behind  and a fine hat trick from Captain Johnston himself helped to send his team into the Quarter Final draw. Eight Ball Army were relatively untroubled as they seen off Clonlee 8-3. They raced into a 5-1 lead and never looked back with Jean McIlroy winning the all important frame to close the match out. And what a match we had between Station Bar and Blues, Station led 5-2 after seven racks against the League's basement team but back came the Blues to take the match into a deciding fifteenth frame where it was left to the experienced Blues Captain Alex Irvine to secure his teams first win of the season and book a spot in the last eight. And last but not least newcomers the Dirty Dozen showed some grit as they led Q.Stars by 3-2 before eventually going down 8-4, Rodney McIlhinney registering a hat trick for the winners.

TEAMS INTO QUARTER FINAL DRAW (MADE AT 5TH DECEMBER LEAGUE MEETING)

Eight Ball Army
Q.Stix
Blues
Q.Stars
Ibrox
Five Plus One
Q.Tips
Lorraine's Flyers

LEAGUE WEEK 11 FIXTURES THURSDAY 5th DECEMBER
(Half way mark in season)

Blues V Five Plus One
Clonlee V St Comgalls
Q.Stars V Eight Ball Army
Q.Tips V Lorraine's Flyers
Station Bar V Ibrox
Q.Stix V Bye

Q.CLUB B3 STANDARD KNOCKOUT



We are now taking names for our next £20 B3 Knockout Event 12. This will be played over the December/January period with a break for Christmas in between so no pressure to play a match. Draw on Monday 2nd December at 7.00pm. Please check Q.Club database here on the Larne Pool League website for eligibilty.

Cost -£20
Draw - Monday 2nd December @7.00pm
Races to 11

Deadlines per round
Prelims - Tuesday 3rd - Thursday 12th
Last 32 - Friday 13th - Monday 23rd
Last 16 - Friday 3rd January - Sunday 12th
Last 8 onwards - Monday 13th

OUR CONDOLENCES


The Committee of Larne & District Pool League would like to offer our condolences to Five Plus One player Colin Montgomery on the passing of his father Noel after a long illness.

Noel's funeral will take place on Friday 29th November at 1.30pm in the Larne and Kilwaughter Old Presbyterian Church.

Our thoughts are with you Colin at this sad time.

LEAGUE WEEK 10


THURSDAY 21st NOVEMBER

Eight Ball Army 9-7 Five Plus One
Ibrox 4-11 St Comgalls
Lorraine's Flyers 3-12 Station Bar
Q.Stars 9-6 Q.Tips
Q.Stix 9-6 Blues
Clonlee V Bye

An incredible week in the Larne & District Pool League seen the top three sides all lose which means we will go into the final fixture in the first half of the season with only two points separating the first six teams. Leaders Five Plus One went down to John Kerr's Eight Ball Army after an absorbing match that went to a Play Off frame, the Army Captain winning the said frame to give his team an unlikely 9-7 win which also puts them level on points at the top with their opponents. Session scores were 4-1, 2-3, 2-3 and 1-0. Performance of the night was John Kerr himself on 4/4. Last seasons Runners Up St Comgalls finally found their top form after an indifferent start to the season when they travelled up to the Rangers Club and hammered Ibrox by 11-4. They were bolstered by hat tricks from both Davy Magill and Dean McDonagh and are now only two points off top spot. Session scores were 1-4, 2-3 and 1-4. And the trio of top teams going down was completed when Q.Stars edged out Q.Tips by 9-6. Stars raced into a 5-0 lead but it looked like Tips could still take the points as they brought it back to 6-4 with five to play. It wasn't to be for Hugo Manson's side though as Ryan Scott won Frame 14 to guarantee his side both points. Each side had a hat trick hero, Eddie Gribben for Q.Stars and Chris Carson for Tips. Alan Johnston's Q.Stix made up ground with a hard earned 9-6 win over basement team Blues. A five frame burst in the middle of the match done the damage and Craig Johnston won the all important frame that brought home the points. Last but not least Station Bar registered their best win of the campaign when they travelled to the Pigeon Club to take on Lorraine's Flyers. The visitors lost the opening frame but amazingly won the next ten which was more than good enough to win the match. The final result was 12-3 with Captain Micky O'Boyle and Rab Wilson both scoring hat tricks. Clonlee had a bye this week.

KNOCKOUT CUP FIXTURES THURSDAY 28th NOVEMBER
(All played in Q.Club)

Clonlee V Eight Ball Army
St Comgalls V Q.Stix
Station Bar V Blues
Dirty Dozen V Q.Stars

LEAGUE WEEK 11 FIXTURES THURSDAY 5th DECEMBER
(Half way mark in season)

Blues V Five Plus One
Clonlee V St Comgalls
Q.Stars V Eight Ball Army
Q.Tips V Lorraine's Flyers
Station Bar V Ibrox
Q.Stix V Bye

Q.CLUB A/B1 and B2 COMPETITIONS



We are now taking entries for our next two £20 ‘A/B1’ and B2 Knockout events. We should get the current ones finished this week or so, so time to fit another one in and get finished before Christmas or thereabouts. Same format as last time.

Deadlines per round for both tournaments.
Draws - Monday 25th November 5:30
Last 32/Prelims - Tuesday 26th-Thursday 5th December
Last 16 - Friday 6th - Sunday 15th
Last 8 onwards - from Monday 16th 

Anyone interested please get in touch with the Club. Check Q Club database at top of left hand column for eligibility

MARCUS & McCOURT SHINE IN EUROPE

Larne's Ryan Marcus is the new 2019 European Blackball Association Under 23 Nations Cup Individual Champion. The young Five Plus One cueist beat all before him to lift the trophy at the event in Cyprus overcoming Malta's Owen Amato by 5-3 in the Final. It's a fantastic achievement for the young man and a just reward for all the hours of practice he puts in on the green baize in his local venue the Q.Club. Earlier this season he lifted the Northern Ireland Under 18 crown, the sky really is the limit for Ryan in the years ahead if he keeps improving as he has been.

And a big well done to Q.Stars player and local girl Maryjo McCourt who was outstanding as part of the Northern Ireland side that won the Ladies Team Event beating Wales in the Semi Final and England in the Final both by a resounding 13-5 scoreline.

A great double for our League and town.




Q.CLUB FLYER THIS THURSDAY NIGHT



With the EBA Nations Cup taking place in Cyprus this week the Club will be holding a £5 flyer on Thursday night 14th November.

8.00pm start
Handicapped Races to 5
FREE TABLES
Open to all

Handicap system as follows (players judged according to Q.Club database)

'A' player - 0
B1 player - 1
B2 player - 2
B3 player - 3

Anyone looking to enter can inform Club or turn up before 8.00pm on the night. Any queries about handicaps feel free to get in touch.

GOOD LUCK TO ALL LARNE PLAYERS AT THE 2019 EBA NATIONS CUP IN CYPRUS. 10-16th NOVEMBER


Safe travels and the best of luck to all the Larne players travelling to the EBA Nations Cup of Pool in Cyprus to represent Northern Ireland in various categories.
To keep up to date with all the live scores etc download League App Live from the Play or App Stores. Enter EBA then select the PODIUM for the Leaderboard options.
MENS A - Ally Wilson
MENS B - Gary Wallace, Wayne Lewis, Neil McFaul
LADIES A - Maryjo McCourt
SENIORS A - Bill McIlroy Sr, Alan Johnston, Darren Whiteside
SENIORS B - Kenny English, Lenny Swan
UNDER 23 A - Ryan Marcus, Aaron Rolston
LEARNING DISABILITIES A - Sammy Johnston, Phil Haveron
OFFICIALS - Gillian Rolston, Derek Whiteside

Also all the best to League player John Kerr whi is representing Scotland at Seniors level

GOOD LUCK KIERAN


Good luck to Station Bar player Kieran McAlister who has been selected as Manager for the Larne B2 Interleague Team at the annual Northern Ireland Pool Association event. Kieran takes over from team mate Micky O'Boyle who done a sterling job whilst in the post.

The date & venue for the event have yet to be confirmed.

KNOCK OUT CUP PRELIMS


The draw for the Prelims of the Q.Club sponsored Knock Out Cup took place at our Delegates meeting tonight on Thursday 7th November.

Ties as follows to be played on Thursday 28th November 2019 in the Q.Club.

Clonlee V Eight Ball Army
St Comgalls V Q.Stix
Station Bar V Blues
Dirty Dozen V Q.Stars

The Quarter Final draw will be made at our next meeting on Thursday 5th December