Competition Finals Dates

Due to withdrawals in the Plate and Handicap Pairs finals the dates of the 2019-20 competitions (held at Taff’s Well Ex-Serviceman’s Club) are as follows –

Cardiff Open Pairs Final – Thursday 7th October

Cardiff Handicap Singles Final – Tuesday 12th October

Cardiff Open Singles Final – Thursday 14th October

Malcolm Keenor Trophy Final – Thursday 21st October

Fairwater on the Brink of Title

Week 21 results –

Canton Libs B 2 v 3 Cuesaders

Taff’s Well 3 v 2 Cathays Cons

Trecenydd Snooker 0 v 5 Fairwater Cons

Llandaff Warriors 0 v 5 Mackintosh

Senghenydd* v w/o Rumney British Legion

Savoy 4 v 1 Canton Libs Z

*deducted 6 points

Breaks

Alan Hurley 50 (Mackintosh)

Jason Summerhayes 45 (Savoy)

Fairwater Cons have one hand on the Premier League trophy after an excellent 5-0 win at Trecenydd Snooker maintained their four-point lead over Mackintosh who matched that scoreline at Llandaff Warriors.

It means that a 3-2 win at home to Llandaff Warriors in the last game of the season will be enough for Steve Flanagan’s side to be crowned champions, as Mackintosh have a 5-0 walkover guaranteed over Senghenydd. However, a win for Chris Johnson’s team would hand the title to Mackintosh, although a 3-2 win for Llandaff would result in a play-off for the trophy with both teams level on points and games won.

Canton Libs Z are Division One champions despite a 4-1 win loss at Savoy as Trecenydd failed to gain any ground and Canton Libs B are relegated from the Premier League after a 3-2 home defeat to Cuesaders.

Taff’s Well kept up their strong finish to the season with a 3-2 win against Cathays Cons, whilst Rumney British Legion had a 5-0 walkover against Senghenydd following their withdrawal from the league.

Fairwater Seize Advantage

Week 20 results –

Fairwater Cons 5 v 0 Canton Libs B

Cuesaders 1 v 4 Cathays Cons

Mackintosh 3 v 2 Trecenydd Snooker

Rumney British Legion 1 v 4 Llandaff Warriors

Canton Libs Z w/o v Senghenydd*

Savoy 1 v 4 Taff’s Well

*Senghenydd deducted 6 points

Fairwater increased their lead at the top of the Premier League this week with a decisive 5-0 victory over relegation-threatened Canton Libs B to move four points clear with only two games remaining. Wins for Twm Jones, Ben Griffiths, Steffan Davies, Steve Flanagan and Terry Garland leave them knowing that a 3-2 win in both of their remaining matches will be enough to secure the title.

Mackintosh are their only realistic challengers for the title after they defeated an under-strength Trecenydd side 3-2 to remain in the hunt and with a 5-0 walkover in the final game of the season against Senghenydd already decided they know that a big win next week will give them a chance to pip Fairwater to the trophy. The Caerphilly side have had to forfeit their last four matches meaning Canton Libs Z had a 5-0 walkover with a 6-point deduction for Senghenydd.

Savoy’s reign as champions looks over after they lost 4-1 at home to Taff’s Well leaving them six points behind the leaders, whilst back-to-back wins has taken Taff’s Well clear of last place in the Premier League.

Cathays Cons won 4-1 at Cuesaders to make themselves favourites to stay up ahead of a potentially crucial home match against Taff’s Well next week, whilst Llandaff Warriors defeated Rumney British Legion by the same scoreline.

CDSA Back with a Bang!

Week 19 results –

Canton Libs B 1 v 4 Mackintosh

Cathays Cons 1 v 4 Fairwater

Taff’s Well 4 v 1 Cuesaders

Trecenydd Snooker 5 v 0 Rumney British Legion

Llandaff Warriors 1 v 4 Canton Libs Z

*Senghendd v w/o Savoy

*Senghenydd deducted 6 points

Breaks

Martyn Evans 50 (Cathays Cons)

Alan Hurley 47 (Mackintosh)

Rob Richards 39c (Canton Libs Z)

Fairwater Cons remain top of the Premier League after a 4-1 win at Cathays Cons as the Cardiff & District Snooker League restarted after an 18-month hiatus due to the Covid virus.

Wins for captain Steve Flanagan, Ben Griffiths, Steffan Davies and Terry Garland ensured a solid night’s work for the league leaders, but the highlight of the match was a 50 break by Martyn Evans to win a consolation frame for Cathays.

Fairwater’s closest challengers are Savoy who had a 5-0 walkover away to Senghenydd, who are deducted 6 points for not fulfilling the fixture to ensure the Barry side stay in contention. Mackintosh matched Fairwater’s result by overcoming Canton Libs B 4-1 with Alan Hurley registering a 47 break and Jason Hewitt registering his 17th win of the season.

Taff’s Well moved off the bottom of the Premier League with a 4-1 win at home to Cuesaders, with Canton Libs B now occupying the relegation spot following their defeat to Mackintosh. Canton Libs Z look favourites to replace them as they won 4-1 away to Llandaff despite only have four players, although their lead at the top was cut to three points after Trecenydd beat Rumney British Legion 5-0 to move into second place in Division One.

CDSA to Restart

We are pleased to announce that the 2019-20 CDSA season which was postponed due to the Covid virus in March 2020 will restart on Thursday 9th September 2021.

The remaining fixtures will take place on the following dates –

League Fixtures – Thursday 9th Sep, 16th Sep, 23rd Sep and 30th Sep

Cardiff Handicap Pairs Final – Tuesday 5th October

Plate Final – Thursday 7th October

Cardiff Handicap Singles Final – Tuesday 12th October

Cardiff Open Singles Final – Thursday 14th October

Cardiff Open Pairs Final – Tuesday 19th October

Malcolm Keenor Trophy Final – Thursday 21st October

All finals will take place at Taff’s Well Ex-Serviceman’s Club.

The 2021-22 season will then commence on October 28th 2021 with a presentation evening for the 2019-20 season likely to take place in November/December 2021.

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