What happens if there is a tie?

With the possibility of there being a tie between teams chasing 8th place, the following criteria will be used. The teams will be sorted on points and then wins. If these are equal, the head-to-head result between the two teams will decide who finishes higher.

In the unlikely event of three teams being level and each having won one game against each other, then the amount of frames won in those matches will decide the placings.

County go top

County Cons have moved to the top of the table after a 4-1 win over Trecenydd saw them overtake Canton Libs A, after they were defeated by Park Cons by the same scoreline. It was the third defeat in a row for the champions, whilst Senghenydd closed the gap on Savoy in third place after a 5-0 win against Rumney British Legion. The race to finish in the top half of the table is incredibly close after wins for Canton Libs Z and Mackintosh saw them leapfrog Trecenydd and Cathays Cons, with Taff’s Well also in the running after their excellent form continued with a win over South Wales Snooker A. With two games left, there are five teams chasing two places, with only two points separating them.

Happy New Year!

We’d like to wish you all a Happy New Year, and hope you’ve had an enjoyable festive break. The league resumes on Thursday 8th January, with three matches remaining until it splits into two divisions. There will be then be a break for the Handicap Cup Semi-Finals, with the two divisions starting on Thursday 5th February.

Title looking like a 3-horse race

A 4-1 win for Savoy over Senghenydd means the top three have pulled away from the pack, with only 5 points separating them. County matched Savoy’s win, beating Cathays Cons by the same scoreline, but Canton Libs A’s lead at the top was cut in half after losing 3-2 at Cuesaders. Rumney British Legion notched up their first win of the season after beating South Wales B 4-1, with Adrian Jonas keeping up his impressive form. With three games to go until the halfway point, the race for 8th is very close with a number of teams still in the hunt, with Taff’s Well coming into form at the right time. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for making the league a success so far this season, and would like to wish everyone a Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year!

County remain unbeaten

County Cons are the only unbeaten team in the league after they won the top of the table clash against Canton Libs A 3-2 in a tightly-fought contest. The result means that they are now 6 points behind the champions with a game in hand. However, Savoy have joined the title race after a 5-0 whitewash of South Wales B puts them only 2 points behind County, with Sam Thomas winning yet again. With 4 weeks to go, another win for Taff’s Well means there are only 6 points separating as many teams in the fight to finish in the top half of the table.