2015 OCEANIA BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER CHAMPIONSHIPS
Is there anybody available to help with the Oceania Billiards and Snooker Championships coming up in March please contact Malcolm on 021 309 447 or email the ACBS on email@example.com.
Any help in regards to being a driver for the courtesy coach van or help with the tournament control with the tournament will be much appreciated. Thank You.
XMAS CLOSING HOURS
SUNDAY 21ST OF DECEMBER CLOSED 5PM
XMAS EVE 24TH OF DECEMBER CLOSED 10.30PM
XMAS DAY 25TH OF DECEMBER CLOSED ALL DAY/NIGHT
NEW YEARS EVE 31ST OFDECEMBER CLOSED 8.30PM
2014 PK SHOWERS 147 SNOOKER
A very strong maximum field of 16 which produced some surprising results. When you consider Dale Kwok, Niko Zhao and Eamon Hill ended up in the plate it gives some indication of the quality of the players. 2 players scored over 500 points in the 21 minutes time limits over 7 matches each. They were Chris McBreen 558 and Vanny Ry with 505 followed by Steve Robertson 463 and Deepak Bala 460. In the second draw where the top 4 from each section and the bottom 4 from each section the competition was a bit tougher with the eventual winner being Steve Robertson on 476, 2nd Vanny Ry on 454, 3rd McBreen 438 and 4th Bruce Davies 436. In the plate, 1st Dale Kwok 494, 2nd Niko Zhao 486, 3rd Dave Gourley 343 4th Eamon Hill 318. Highest break of the day was 95 by Chris McBreen.
Once again, a small ladies field with Molrudee Kasemchaiyanan also once again totally
dominating the other women players only dropping 1 frame in section play. Jade Adams
caused an upset in the semi finals beating Lisa Everett 6/4. This was Adam’s 1st
a national tournament so congratulations to her, a fine effort. Kasemchaiyanan easily
won her semi final 6/1 against Connie Adams and then the final against Jade Adams 7/2.
The men’s event saw some players having their best results in a ranking tournament but
making some bad shot choices when it came down the final pressure shots in the quarters
and semi-finals in particular. As you will see by the following results there were some
upsets, Last 16, Neil Barnes beat Tony Williams 7/2, Jem Tamonte beat Kelvin Tu 7/5, Matt
Edwards beat Brendan King 7/2, Marvin Padrigo beat Chris Mueller 7/4, Ryan Wang beat
Koki Mizuno 7/2, Alex Ran beat Ning Yang 7/4, Maher Hatab beat Toan Nguyen 7/6, David
Breen beat Lee Jones 7/6. Quarters, Neil Barnes beat Jem Tamonte 7/3, Marvin Padrigo
beat Matt Edwards 7/5, Alex Ran beat Ryan Wang 7/5, Maher Hatab beat David Breen 7/5.
Semi finals, Marvin Padrigo beat Neil Barnes 7/6, Alex Ran beat Maher Hatab 7/6. Padrigo
proved once again what a steady player he is beating Ran 8/5 in the final.