Malcolm Keenor Trophy 2017/18

The Malcolm Keenor Trophy will consist of 5 frames which are decided by a random draw, with the team that scores the highest number of total points over the course of five frames being the winner.

Each team will have a handicap which is applied at the start of the first four frames, with each being played to the black.

The total points for those four frames are added up, and the difference is then the handicap start for the final frame PLUS the fifth frame’s handicap, which is then played as a standard frame.

So for example if one team had a handicap start per frame of 10 points and then won the first four frames by 5 points they would be 20 points up at the start of the fifth frame PLUS the 10 point handicap for the fifth frame, so they would have an advantage of 30 points.

FINAL – TAFF’S WELL A BEAT CANTON LIBS A +228 POINTS

The draw for the Malcolm Keenor Trophy and Plate took place at the start of the Taff’s Well B v Canton Libs Z and is as follows –

GROUP A

Savoy
Mackintosh
Canton Libs Z
Taff’s Well B

GROUP B

Canton Libs A
Canton Libs B
Taff’s Well A
Cathays Cons

PLATE

Park Club
Mackies Lost Boys
Cuesaders
Senghenydd
Rumney British Legion

FIRST ROUND RESULTS

Canton Libs Z (+20) WON v Senghenydd (+10)
Bye v Canton Libs A (0)
Canton Libs B WON (+20) v Rumney British Legion (+25)
Bye v Cathays Cons (+15)
Savoy WON (0) v Cuesaders (+15)
Mackintosh WON (0) v Park Club (+25)
Bye v Taff’s Well B (0)
Taff’s Well A W/O (+15) v Mackies Lost Boys (+35)

Tables for the group stages of Cup and Plate:

GROUP APWLPtsDifference
1Canton Libs Z3306+291
2Mackintosh3214+19
3Taff's Well B 3112-126
4Savoy3030-184
GROUP BPWLPtsDifference
1Taff's Well A 3306+73
2Canton Libs A3214+196
3Canton Libs B 3122+436
4Cathays Cons3030-436
PLATEPWLPtsDifference
1Cuesaders 4316+448
2Mackies Lost Boys 4316+69
2Rumney British Legion4224+14
4Park Club4224-218
5Senghenydd4040-202
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