The inaugural Jack Jackow Memorial Trophy is held with 36 players competing in the double elimination competition with sees David Feore beat Larry Baker 3-0 in the Tournament Decider Final, whilst Keith Jones wins the Penalty Shootout competition defeating Peter Ward 4-3 in the final.
After starting their debut AIPL season with five straight 8-4 victories in Division 2, The Roths draw 6-6 at home with Misfits whilst leaders Shootpool Blues cement their place at the top of the table with a nail-biting down to the wire 7-5 thriller against venue rivals Shootpool Ringers.
Big wins galore in the AIPL Division 1 this week as leaders Shootpool Snipers defeat Top John 10-2, Bricklayers Arms beat Shoot At Will 11-1 and Honey Bee Stingerz and Shootpool 'A' both record 9-3 victories.
Season 9 in Asti began this week with all six regularly scheduled matches played as James Wood, who missed out on promotion by a single point last season, started this season's league campaign with a 9-0 win and league newcomer Martin White recovered from 2-0 down to beat Chris Grigson 7-2.
All six matches in the opening Week of Season 9 in Cava finished close as the upcoming season hints at a very competitive league with SPSL ever-present Steve Chaloner leading the table after recording a win and a loss to begin the new season.
The top three of Martin Langley, David Feore and Adam Jackow all won by big margins in the penultimate week of Grey Goose as Martin extended his lead at the top to twelve points, albeit it having played one match more, with an 8-1 win over Mike Collins, sealed by two back to back 8-ball clearances in the fourth and fifth frames.
Peter Ward beat Carrie Ellwood 8-1 to move six points clear at the top of Smirnoff with just one week of the season remaining, dropping just the seventh frame in his victory as he took advantage of title rival Wenda Hooton not playing to open up the lead at the top.
Fourteen of the sixteen groups are played as the 2015 - 2016 AIPL Doubles gets underway with the defending champions Martin Langley & Brian Keeble emerging successful from the tough group also featuring The Vic teammates Larry Baker & Keith Jones, and the Shootpool Sharks pairing of Robin Meads & Joe Mcloughlin.
Steve Dutton recovers from 3-1 down for the second week running to progress into the Quarter Finals of the SPSL League Cup with Andy Grounsell (5-4 vs Joe Mcloughlin) and Richard Ilsley (5-0 vs Peter Ward) beating opponents from higher divisions.
A Preliminary Round in the 2014 - 2015 AIPL Plate Cup sees three matches played with Aristocrat 'A', Shoot Vetz and Shootpool 'A' winning to join the thirteen teams who were awarded byes into the 1st Round proper.
The bottom two sides in the Premier play out a 6-6 draw with Aristocrat fighting back from 3-1, 4-3 and 5-4 down to lead 6-5 before Malc Cuthbertson takes the last frame for Shootpool Reds to see the match finish all square.
Defending champions Shoot win their second consecutive 2013 - 2014 AIPL Knock Out Cup match 5-0 as they record one of two whitewash victories in the 2nd Round with Rivets taking the other over John F Kennedy.
The 1st Round groups in the 2012 - 2013 AIPL Doubles featuring 51 pairings are played with the two pairings from the 2009 - 2010 final both exiting the competition in this opening round whilst last year's finalist pairings both progress to the 2nd Round.
Britannia 'A' moved five points clear at the top of the AIPL Premier with a 9-0 win over Aston Clinton Sports & Social Club while Shoot Vetz maintained their fine league form to haul back a 2-0 deficit against The Vic to seal a deserved 6-3 win.
Aristocrat "B" lose their first match of the season in Division 2, a 6-3 home defeat to rivals Huntsman, that sees the gap to their opponents down to just a single point at the halfway stage of the season.
Hobgoblin, who went into the match bottom of Division 1 without a victory all season, stun the leaders St John's Social Club 5-4 at their place to inflict the leaders' second defeat in as many matches to see their lead at the top down to just 2 points at the halfway stage of the season.
Two points separate the top 3 in Division 2 as leaders Britannia 'B' end up on the wrong side of a 5-4 scoreline against Millwrights and challengers Hobgoblin and New Zealand 'B' both record victories.
The halfway stage of the 2008 - 2009 Division 1 season sees New Zealand "A" top the table with 51 points after a 6-3 victory over Weavers 'C' this week leaves them 4 points clear of Aristocrat "A" who win by the same 6-3 scoreline over Rose & Crown (Stone).
Weavers B have led since week 1 in Division 2 this season but with them on their bye week, a 6-3 away win against Rivets sees Skinny Dog go from four points behind to four points ahead at the top of the table.
A 9-0 whitewash victory over Hobgoblin sees Hogs Head return to the top of Division 3 whilst there is a big 7-2 home win for Skinny Dog over Huntsman "B" and both Old Plough & Harrow and DairyXmaid win five singles frames apiece in 5-4 wins.
It's a great week for leaders Bell Mkt Square "A" in Division 2 as they demolish third placed Walton Court 7-2 at home whilst second placed New Zealand 'B' suffer a 7-2 loss at Rose & Crown (Stone) to leave Bell Mkt Square "A" ten points clear with a third of the season gone.
Britannia 'B' are back on top of Division 2 for the first time since the end of September after they beat Rose & Crown Wendover 6-3 away and last week's leaders Rivets "C" lose all seven singles frames in an 8-1 loss to mid-table Walton Court.
Division 1 leaders Huntsman "A" bounce back from last week's first defeat of the season to beat Weavers 'B' 6-3 at home whilst title rivals Victoria Club "B" and New Zealand "A" both record victories to keep right on their heels.
It's close at the top of Division 2 as the top 3 all win, including a 9-0 whitewash win for Huntsman "A" over their venue rivals Huntsman "B", to see Royal British Legion lead by 2 points from Skinny Dog with Huntsman "A" a further 5 points back at the halfway stage of the season.
The joint leaders in Division 1 both win again as Railway Club thrash bottom placed Ex-Services Club "A" 8-1 away and Duck Duffers comfortably beat Rothchilds Arms "A" 6-3 at home, leaving the gap between the Top 2 and New Zealand "A" in third at 15 points as the season hits the halfway stage.
The gap at the top in Division 2 is down to just 10 points, from 21 two weeks ago, as leaders Brittania "C" don't play for a second consecutive week and Duck Duffers move up into second after beating Ex-Services Club "A" 6-3.
Division 1 hits the halfway point of the season with Bob's Barn once again on top after a 5-4 defeat of relegation threatened Duck Quackers, with the other two matches in the division also finishing 5-4 to Steeplechase and Weavers 'B'.
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