If any side wants their team’s individual records for the season, please contact the League Secretary who will email or text them to you.
Please note, that the records may be incomplete if you have not sent in a full list of results over the course of the season.
The finals for the competitions will be held this year at Taff’s Well (unless they are involved in the Divisional Cup final) on the following dates -
Thursday 9th April – Cardiff Handicap Singles & Pairs (TBC)
Thursday 16th April – Divisional Cup Finals (TBC)
Thursday 23rd April – Handicap Final
Thursday 30th April – Cardiff Open Singles & Pairs
The Singles will be best of 7 frames, whilst the Pairs will be best of 5.
Congratulations to Sam Thomas of Savoy for winning the Individual Rankings title with a 19/20 record. Ed Topham of Canton Libs A was runner-up (15/18) and Huw Carpenter of County Cons (15/20) was third. Congratulations also to Kevin Jones of Taff’s Well and Rob Richards of Canton Libs Z who are joint winners of the Division One Rankings with 14 wins from 19 games. There were two notable 100% records for Andy Rogers of the Mackintosh (6/6) and Rob Hayes from County Cons (5/5). Kishan Hirani of Canton Libs A won the Premier League Highest Break prize with a 89, and Glyn Hayes had the highest break in Division One with a 54.
The final week of the Premier League was full of drama as Trecenydd produced a stunning performance to beat Savoy 3-2 after trailing 2-0. The game had been played on Tuesday due to a committee request, and the result meant County knew a win against Mackintosh would be enough for the title. Savoy’s defeat also opened the door to Canton Libs A as they knew a 4-1 win would win the league for them if County slipped up, and duly beat Park Cons by that scoreline. So it was left to last year’s runners-up County to hold their nerve, with Kevin Brown potting the crucial black in the 4th frame to seal the victory they needed. They also won the last frame to win 4-1 and clinch a first ever league title by two points.
In Division One, Cathays Cons needed only one frame to be crowned champions, but they ended the season in style by defeating Canton Libs B 4-1, to finish 4 points clear of Canton Libs Z who pushed them all the way whitewashing Rumney 5-0. It was an exciting night to finish off a thoroughly enjoyable season, which reaches a climax over the next month with the finals of the cups and individual competitions. Well done once again to County Cons the 2015 Premier League champions, and Cathays Cons, the 2015 Division One winners!
Relive the moment Kevin Brown won the league for County:
— Cardiff Snooker (@cardiffsnooker) March 26, 2015
Cathays Cons go into their last game of the season needing a single point to seal the Division One title, as they had a 5-0 walkover as a result of South Wales Snooker A not showing for their match. Canton Libs Z are the only side that can deny them, as a 4-1 win puts them ahead of Taff’s Well in second place.