Shootpool Snipers are the last unbeaten team in the 2017 Summer League after the pairing of James Connor and Daniel Englefield won the scotch doubles to see them defeat their closest rivals and the previous undefeated Shoot Vetz 6-5 to open up a 3 point lead in Group B.
Fubar moved to the top of Group A in the 2017 Summer League on frame difference this week after they comfortably won 9-2 against Shootpool Ringers whilst New Zealand "B" defeated Top 4 rivals SP Blacks 7-4 away from home.
The 1st Round of the SPSL League Cup saw Matt Stone of Veuve Clicquot provide the only result where a player defeated an opponent from a higher division as he defeated Peter Ward (Dom Perignon) 5-1 whilst the Top 2 from Dom Perignon - David Feore and Mark Game - are both safely through with 5-0 wins.
Unavailable for the last two remaining weeks of the season, Daniel Wilkins finishes his Grey Goose matches to post the points target for the other title challengers to reach, winning two 6-3 and 8-1 before losing 6-3 to fellow title contender David Feore.
Shootpool Blues beat Kingsbury 8-3 to see them, Suicide Squad and Wonky Weavers all level on 6 points after Week 4 in Group C in the 2016 Summer League whilst We All Need Koalas Eating Rubber Socks, SP Blacks and New Zealand "B" all make it four wins from four in their groups.
Ben Bantham fights back from 3-2 down to seal a nail-biting final frame 5-4 victory over Pete Slaymaker to move closer to sealing promotion from Cava ahead of next week's potential title defining clash against rival Arron Flanagan who is 21 points back but with three matches in hand.
Weavers 'A' show a little 'Vic' magic as they recover from 3-1 and 4-3 down to defeat Shootpool 7-4 and move into second place in Group A in the Summer League Premier, whilst Top John also recover from 3-1 down for their first victory of the season.
We All Need Koalas Eating Rubber Socks make it three from three in the Summer League Premier whilst Ex-Services A's and The Harry Potters keep up their promotion challenges with both just one win back.
Paul Sanders becomes just the second player to make the final table in all of the individual tournaments he played (minimum half the season tournaments) after making 8 final tables from 8 tournaments played in the CPL season 4, 2014 to 2015 Tuesday Shootpool Poker league season.
Two tournament victories in the last four weeks of the season ensures Sue Latham wins the CPL season 4, 2013 to 2014 Sunday Shootpool Poker league title and becomes the second player after Raymond Bougouneau to win two Sunday league titles.
The Vic continue their fine 2014 The Grapes Trophy form as they demolish Weavers 'A' 10-1 in the 1st Leg of their Quarter-Final match-up whilst New Zealand 'A' go one better as they whitewash The White Swan 11-0.
In the week he was honoured for most wins in the AIPL Division 1 last season, Steve Crutch had a double win in Cava that moves him into third place whilst Aide Newsome wins to keep the pressure on leader Wayne Thorne.
After finishing in 3rd and 4th in the previous two season standings, three individual tournaments wins, including the opening two weeks, sees Sue Latham win her first Shootpool Poker league title as she takes the CPL season 4, 2012 to 2013 Sunday crown.
The new Shootpool Summer Pool League begins with 8 teams entered.
Shoot destroy venue rivals Shootpool Sharks 7-0 in their 2012 The Grapes Trophy Quarter-Final 1st Leg match as the round also sees JFK Assassin’s beat Weavers 'A' 5-2 and 4-3 victories for both The Vic and Shoot Vetz.
15 teams are competing for the 2011 The Grapes Trophy as the 1st Round 1st Leg matches are played with comprehensive 6-1 wins for Shootpool and Shoot over their venue rivals Shootpool Sharks and Shootpool Reds respectively.
The AIPL, then called the R.T. Major Pool League, completed its first year of competition with a presentation evening at Stoke Mandeville Stadium.
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