This Week In History

Sunday 5th February 2017


Wednesday 1st February 2017

New Zealand "B" suffer their first AIPL Knock Out Cup defeat in four years as the three times defending champions are beaten 5-3 away to Shoot 8-Ball who will be joined by The Yeoman, Shootpool Snipers and SP Blacks in the Semi-Finals.


Wednesday 1st February 2017

2014 - 2015 Plate Cup winners New Zealand 'A' are into the Plate Cup semi-finals after a 5-2 win away to Shootpool Spitfires and will be joined by Bricklayers Arms, John F Kennedy and Shootpool.


Monday 30th January 2017

Four time Dom Perignon champion David Feore, looking to reclaim his crown after a two season gap, beat two title rivals in Larry Baker and Shelley McDermott to remain at the top of the table.


Monday 30th January 2017

For the second successive week, the majority of the matches in Veuve Clicquot finished 5-4, including the two inter-team matches featuring Shootpool Sharks players, whilst leader Vince King extended his lead to 12 points with his sixth straight league victory.


Wednesday 3rd February 2016

Shoot Vetz remain 100% in the Premier this season, moving 14 points clear at the top of the table after they beat Yeoman Duffers 8-4 and second placed The Vic were held to a 6-6 draw by an improving SP Blacks.


Wednesday 3rd February 2016

Shoot 8-Ball recover from 3-1 down to win 6 frames on the bounce and beat third placed Aristocrat 8-4, leaving them only an 8-4 victory away from securing the Division 1 title when they face second placed Shootpool next week.


Wednesday 3rd February 2016

Division 2 this weeks saw both Top John and Honey Bee win 8-4 in their matches, against The Green Man and Shootpool Sirens respectively, whilst Kingsbury slipped a point further behind in third after a 7-5 win over Shootpool Ringers.


Monday 1st February 2016

Five of the six matches in Dom Perignon go down to the ninth frame, with the exception being Larry Baker's dominant 8-1 victory over The Vic teammate Paul Kanchanlall as he makes it three wins from three to move six points clear at the top.


Monday 1st February 2016

Richard Ilsley remains as the leader in Veuve Clicquot after an emphatic 8-1 win over Simon Park, winning the first four and last four frames of the match, to move four points clear.


Sunday 8th February 2015

Martin Langley beat David Feore in the top of the table clash in Grey Goose to stay 7 points clear of the chasing pack, winning the opening five matches before his opponent had a chance to settle.


Wednesday 4th February 2015

Ian Dover & Tye Edwards, Martin Langley & Brian Keeble, Jarrad Cross & Andy Revie and 2012 - 2013 champions David Feore & Darren King will make up the 2014 - 2015 AIPL Doubles semi-finals after all win their respective Quarter-Final groups.


Monday 2nd February 2015

Long time leader Ben Bantham, who has been top for the last seven weeks, remains unbeaten and six points clear at the top after recovering from 3-0 down to beat Greg Finch 5-4 in the ninth frame.


Wednesday 5th February 2014

Shootpool Blacks dent Shoot's title ambitions as they shock their opponents by winning seven consecutive frames to win 8-4 after trailing 3-1 in a match where both sides played some tremendous pool.


Wednesday 5th February 2014

Shootpool G's Teresa Collins and Callum Ajmal win the final two frames to secure a 6-6 draw against Weavers 'A' that sees Shootpool G climb to the top of Division 1.


Monday 3rd February 2014

Season 5 of the Shootpool Monday Singles Pool League begins with four divisions now running due to increased player numbers for the new season.


Monday 4th February 2013

Season 3 of Division 1 in the Shootpool Monday Singles Pool League begins with 12 players and there are big wins for Omar Shah and Ellis Sealy as they open with victories of 9-0 and 8-1 respectively.


Wednesday 2nd February 2011

The Britannia 'A' never needed to get out of second gear against a very poor John F Kennedy side and racked up a 9-0 success which moved them to within one point of 2010 - 2011 Premier leaders Yeoman Veterans.


Wednesday 2nd February 2011

Shootpool 'B' dominate venue rivals Shootpool 'C' 9-0, their third whitewash victory of the season, to see them lead Division 1 by 16 points at the halfway stage of the season.


Wednesday 3rd February 2010

Chris Eley, Dennis Walton, Ian Osborne, Keith Jones, Larry Baker, Les Thornton, Mick Hamilton and Richard Thomson all win their respective Round 2 AIPL Singles groups to progress into the Quarter-Finals.


Wednesday 6th February 2008

Leaders Skinny Dog suffer their third defeat of the season in Division 2, going down 5-4 to lowly Bucks CC whilst Weavers B move up into second after being awarded their match 7-0.


Wednesday 6th February 2008

The Top 3 teams in Division 1 continue their good runs as leaders Lantern Exiles win their fifth straight to lead Weavers "A" (four straight wins) by just 4 points whilst Bucks Yeoman are the form team in the division with a 5-4 home win over Ex-Services Club "A" their seventh consecutive victory.


Wednesday 7th February 2007

Two catch-up matches are played in Division 3 with John F Kennedy moving up into second place with a 5-4 away win over Bell (Stoke Mandeville) whilst fifth placed DairyXmaid defeat Huntsman "B" 7-2 away.


Wednesday 7th February 2007

Walton Court thrash the previously second placed Rose & Crown (Stone) 9-0 to jump over their opponents in the league but that result, coupled with Bell Mkt Square "A"'s 6-3 home win against Bucks Yeoman, sees Bell Mkt Square "A" extend their lead at the top to 18 points with just five weeks of the season left.


Wednesday 7th February 2007

The gap at the top of Division 1 is now double figures after Dairymaid "B" beat Weavers "A" 5-4 away and their rivals Huntsman "A" lose their second in three matches as they go down 5-4 against Millwrights.


Wednesday 1st February 2006

Market Tavern go top in Division 3 for the first time this season after their tenth consecutive victory, 7-2 over Hobgoblin, moves them five points clear of long time leaders G & C's who suffer their third defeat in four matches with 6-3 home defeat to Ex Servicemans Club "B".


Wednesday 1st February 2006

Millwrights hold on at home to beat leaders Britannia 'B' 5-4 and give themselves and others in the chasing pack a slight glimmer of hope that Britannia 'B' can be caught at the top of Division 2.


Wednesday 1st February 2006

There are new leaders in Division 1 for the first time since early October as Victoria Club "B" beat bottom side Rothchilds Arms "A" 5-4 and long time leaders Huntsman "A" are docked 5 points for a late scorecard that means they fall 2 points behind their rivals despite a 5-4 home win over Weavers "A".


Wednesday 2nd February 2005

Royal British Legion open up a 10 point lead at the top of Division 2 with just four weeks remaining in the season after a 7-2 win away over Hobgoblin whilst third placed Skinny Dog defeat second placed Huntsman "A" 6-3 at The Huntsman to see the two now level on 101 points.


Wednesday 2nd February 2005

With just four matches left in Division 1, this season's title battle couldn't be much closer as Duck Duffers hold a single point advantage over rivals Railway Club ahead of the much anticipated meeting between the two in the next week of fixtures at the end of this month.


Wednesday 4th February 2004

The top 2 both win big at home to keep their respective Division 3 title challenges going, leaders Royal British Legion defeating Duck "A" 7-2 and Old Plough & Harrow beating Skinny Dog 6-3.


Wednesday 4th February 2004

While an 8-1 home win over the bottom team Bell Mkt Square "B" keeps Brittania "C" unbeaten on the season and left needing just nine points from their last two matches to seal the title, the race to finish as runners-up is all square with Duck Duffers and Rothchilds Arms "A" level on 63 points.


Wednesday 4th February 2004

The Division 1 title race looks down to just two teams with four weeks remaining as Bell Mkt Square "A" and Bob's Barn both win to open up a 12 point gap back to third placed Weavers "A".


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