The AIPL started in 1978 as the R.T. Major Pool League and has run every year since, featuring many teams and venues.
The 2017 - 2018 season is underway featuring three divisions (Premier Division, Division 1 and Division 2). There are also the two team cup knockout competitions - Knockout Cup and Plate Cup - and two player competitions: (Singles and Doubles.
The Anytime Singles will return in November 2018.
Played exclusively at Shoot Pool & Snooker on Mondays Nights from 8pm the league is open to anyone who wants to play or learn. Season 11 started in June 2018.
Played exclusively at Shoot Pool & Snooker on Sunday afternoons from 3pm the league is open to anyone who wants to play or learn. Season 7 begun in October 2018.
And in September 2017 Big League begun with the competition involving weekly round robin tournaments where players try to win the weekly tournament for cash prizes, but also gain points towards qualification to the final tournament, where only the top 8 players from the weekly round robins qualify.
The Summer League is a new competition started in June 2013 to offer a League competition through the summer months with an alternative match format. In it's inaugural season it ran for 7 weeks with 8 teams.
The Grapes Trophy, inaugurated in 2009 by the former landlord of the Grapes Pat Carroll, was a knockout cup competition played on Wednesday evenings in the summer months during the break from the AIPL. The competition ran through to 2014.
The IPA World Championships are designed to find the best player in the World – its as simple as that. If you want to test yourself against the best, this is the place to do it. Long races, big prize money – can you handle the heat in front of a global audience, courtesy of the sport leading live stream the IPA offers?
The E.P.C.F. (now the E.B.P.F) was originally formed in 1995 by Tony Batch, with the intention of providing national teams to take part in the E&U.K.P.F international competitions played to their rules (more commonly known as BAPTO rules).
The demand for pool being played to these rule proved so great that in 1998 Mike Leavens formed the EPCF County structure, in the first year with 9 counties and the second year doubling to 18 Counties and holding the first ever EPCF County finals in Hengar manor in 1999.
The current 2018-2019 season sees counties participating in 8 regions and more information can be found at their website.
Q-Academy is a club offering pool, darts and poker situated near Newport Pagnell just outside Milton Keynes that opened on 1 April 2017.
The Big Friday Flyer League starts on Friday 5th October 2018 and is a series of weekly round robin tournaments with prizes for each weekly tournament alongside points gained towards qualification for the Finals Week where the Top 8 from the season of weekly tournaments qualify.
Review of Week 10 in AIPL Premier.
Posted: 21 January 2020 18:45
Review of Week 10 in AIPL Division 1.
Posted: 21 January 2020 17:45
Review of Week 10 in AIPL Division 2.
Posted: 21 January 2020 10:45
Review of Week 9 in AIPL Premier.
Posted: 31 December 2019 13:15
Review of Week 9 in AIPL Division 1.
Posted: 31 December 2019 13:00
Review of Week 9 in AIPL Division 2.
Posted: 31 December 2019 12:15
Review of Week 8 in AIPL Premier.
Posted: 17 December 2019 17:15
Review of Week 8 in AIPL Division 1.
Posted: 17 December 2019 16:45
Review of Week 8 in AIPL Division 2.
Posted: 17 December 2019 16:30
Review of AIPL Division 2 Knockout.
Posted: 15 December 2019 20:00
Review of Week 7 in AIPL Premier.
Posted: 04 December 2019 09:00
Review of Week 7 in AIPL Division 1.
Posted: 04 December 2019 08:45