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Don’t forget to enter for the singles and doubles

Don’t forget that entries and payment for 2014/15 singles and doubles competitions must be in by the end of the motnh.

An online form is available here to register for the competitions. The deadline for entries is September 30th and payment is due by the same date. The competitions are this year being administered by the new tournament Secretary Huw Carpenter who can be contacted at

Please either use this form or the appropriate thread on the SnookerTalk forum to enter

County and Park clinch 5-0 wins on first day

Two teams sit top of the table after the first week following whitewashes by County Cons and Park Club. Jason Hewitt hit the first half century of the season with a 56 against the Savoy. Full details here

24 hours to the big kick off

Just 24 hours to go before the new look Cardiff and District Snooker League season begins. Remember that all the fixtures and stats can be found here.

Don’t forget that full details of which players won and lost are needed for the player rankings so you can use the online result form, text James, or give the details via the SnookerTalk forum.

More and more players and teams are keeping in touch during match nights on Twitter so follow and tweet @cardiffsnooker to join in and use #cdsl on your tweets.

Keeping in touch

A reminder about all the various ways you can keep in touch with league news and join in with discussions.

The Snooker Talk forum is free to join and is where match reports and comp results can be posted. Would be great to see more teams represented on there:

The Tapatalk app is a great way of accessing the forum on smartphones.

You can also keep up to date by
Follow @cardiffsnooker on TwitterFollowing us on Twitter
Liking us on Facebook

Or you can use the comments fields on this website.

Fixtures for 2014/15 published; season to start on Sept 18th

We can confirm that the 2014/15 Cardiff and District Snooker League season (sponsored by One 4 Sports) will begin on September 18th and that fixtures can now be found here.

For the first time ever this year the league will be split during the season.

We have had 15 teams register for the new season, which is a difficult number as it would mean a 30 week season leaving no room for cups. Therefore, the first half of the season will see every team playing each other, with the league then splitting into two divisions for the second half of the season. All points will be carried over and the top 8 sides will form a Premier League and play each other once to decide a champion, whereas the bottom 7 teams will form a Division 1, again with a trophy for the team that comes out on top. This will mean a 22 week season, which leaves enough room for a whole league handicap cup throughout the season, and a divisional cup when the league has finished.

The player registration form and result submission forms have been updated for the new season. As ever we will be maintaining player rankings and therefore full match details are required.