The 2017 Shootpool Summer Pool League saw a huge shock in Group A as New Zealand "B", who went unbeaten throughout winning last years tournament, suffered their first ever defeat in the Summer League with a 6-5 defeat to The Swan whilst Group B saw both Shoot Vetz and Shootpool Snipers make it two wins from two.
The final scheduled week in Veuve Clicquot has come and gone but little has already been decided, with leader Vince King, who sits top on 80 points having led the table since Week 3 in early December, missing the opportunity to wrap up the title when he suffered a 6-3 loss to Chris Mottau.
With the champion and runner-up already decided, David Feore and Mark Game respectively, the race for third place in this year's Dom Perignon will go to the wire with Shelley McDermott the current occupant of the spot after a double win on the week moved him up four places.
Chat Shoot Get Banged, consisting of Adam Jackow, James Connor and Wenda Hooton, win the May 2016 SPSL 3 Person Tournament by a point from Um.com (Elliot Riley, Ryan Mutch and Sue Latham) in a 5 team field.
Arron Flanagan wins his sixth straight match in Cava as he beats Ricky Turner 6-3 to move up into the top 3, two points behind second placed Jules Wyborn with 4 matches in hand and 16 points behind leader Ben Bantham with 3 matches in hand.
Gordon Sweeney recovers from being 4-2 down against Richard Ilsley to win the final three frames for a 5-4 win that sees him open up a four point lead at the top of Veuve Clicquot.
Max Burgess defeats Ellis Mordecai 6-3 to continue his unbeaten season in Asti and move 34 points clear at the top, leaving him on the cusp of claiming the title.
Shoot Vetz complete the double as they beat Shoot 5-2 to add the Knock Out Cup to the Premier they won the previous month.
Dave Green & Trevor Lewis beat Shoot Vetz teammates Simon Turner & Neil Bartholomew 4-3 in the 2011 - 2012 AIPL Doubles final at the Bucks Yeoman.
Chris Venters' hopes of repeating as SPSL Premier Division champion were extinguished as he lost 5-4 to title rival Paul Kanchanlall who goes on to face current leader Daniel Wilkins next week in a title shootout.
Britannia 'A' successfully defend their AIPL Premier title to finish two points clear at the top after winning their last four matches in the league, including the last three 7-2.
Railway Club win five of the seven singles frames to beat The White Swan 6-3 and secure the victory they need to vault promotion rivals Weavers 'A' into the second promotion spot in Division 1.
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