2019 Spring Speed Billiards

Winners                                      Burns Unit

Runners up                                 SX Q

Highest Break                            Nick Payne – 65

Highest Frame %                       Raj Das – 82.35%

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High Break

RankPlayer2019 High Break Spring Billiards
1Nick Payne65, 39, 37, 34
2Ken Bromley47
3Raj Das43, 42, 39
4Sam Bryant35, 23
5Eneasz Sokolowski29, 26
6Sid Scott29
7Patrick Davies29, 24
8Steve Tzafaris26

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Player Stats

PlayerFrames WFrames LFrame %
Raj Das14382.35
Lou Lou Siharath8466.67
Eneasz Sokolowski10662.50
Steve Tzafaris10662.50
Lee Armstrong5362.50
Patrick Davies6460.00
Sid Scott11857.89
Nick Payne121054.55
Ken Bromley5550.00
Steve Trute4450.00
Leigh Condon4544.44
Sam Bryant4930.77
Bob Fraser2722.22
Ian Rayson1614.29
Fred Johnson21611.11
Brendan D’Aquino020.00

 

2019 billiards “MARK” short-form competition

Description: a competition of billiards between teams of players.

A match is played between 2 teams. Each team can be composed

of 2-4 players. Each match consists of 4 sets, each of which is the ‘best of 3’ games. A game is played to 50. Each set is played by one player from each team. A player may play no more than 2 sets in any match. Each player is awarded a ‘Mark’, from which each player attempts to reach 50 before their opponent.

A Mark is derived from a player’s historical target averages.

(see list below)

Set-up: the first Game of a Set is commenced after the players have strung, and the order of play and ball use has been decided. The order of play will then alternate, both between visits to the table, and the commencement of further games in that set. The original ball choice will stand throughout the set. The commencement of each game is to be as for a full ball re-spot; red on spot, opponent’s ball on centre spot, and breaking player in hand.

Points: Each set is worth 2 points to the winning player’s team.

If the winning player has won their 2 games with their opponent more than

5 points behind in both games the winner earns a bonus 1 point (ie. 3 points for the set).

If the losing player gets to 45 points or more in either losing game they earn 1 bonus point for their team ( ie 1 point for the set)

The match winning team is the one with the most accumulated points at the end of the match. No points are given for a ‘dead’ game (ie. A player wins the first 2 games, set over).

Sets are either won or lost with scores of 3-0 or 2-1.

All matches have 12 points to be determined.

A PLAYER’S “MARK” DOES NOT CHANGE THROUGH THE COMPETITION.

Rules: The Rules of Billiards apply with the following ‘local rules’;

1. start of each game is as described above,

2. an opponent’s ball may not be potted directly, or indirectly off an

adjacent cushion, without another score being made in the stroke,

penalty ‘foul’.

3. no more than 3 pots, not in conjunction with another scoring shot, can

be made consecutively; penalty ‘foul’. This rule does not regard

losing hazards’ as ‘pots’.

Existing Target

MARK’

<100

+20

No player can have a higher Mark than +20

101-130

+15

131-160

+10

161-190

+5

191-220

0

221-250

-5

251-280

-10

281-310

-15

311-340

-20

>340

-30

No player can have a lower Mark than -30

PLAYER

MARK

Loulou Siharath (120)

+20

Steve Trute (150)

+10

Brendon D’Aquino (170)

+5

Drew Gilligan (180)

+5

Leigh Condon (220)

-5

Lee Armstrong (210)

0

Sam Bryant (230)

-5

Ian Stanley (260)

-10

Sid Scott (240)

-5

Eneasz Sokolowski (260)

-10

Patrick Davies (250)

-10

Steve Tzafaris (240)

-5

Mark O’Neill (260)

-10

Ken Bromley (280)

-10

Bob Fraser (300)

-15

Nick Payne (370)

-30

Rajesh Das (400)

-30

Fred Johnson (new)

+20

Ian Rayson (new)

+15

EXPLANATION: A player with a ‘mark’ of -15 would start a game with their

board showing 85;

A player with a ‘mark’ of +10 would start with their board showing 10.

The player who reaches 50 wins the game.