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NEW FORMAT FOR POST-SEASON "A" LEAGUE SINGLES IN 2017
“A” League Open Singles Post-Season Tournament will have a new format for 2017.

The new format will be a single knock-out event with each match being a best of five. The plan is to have a maximum of 16 entries with the top 8 entries seeded according to the total points that those players scored in their high breaks during the regular season play. For these matches, participants will have to commit to playing on several days during a single week.

The league is holding a cumulative points contest for high breaks in order to form a basis for seeding the best players for the new post-season singles tournament this

coming spring. We are planning on informing the players several times during the league season using this updated “A” and “B” high break chart

This new “open” “A” league tournament will allow entries from both “A” and “B” leagues. However each “A” League team will be guaranteed two entries and remaining spots will be filled from either the “B” league or by lottery from extra “A” league players.

In accordance with our new policy, participants will be allowed to participate in only two post-season tournaments. Further guidelines will be provided when we start registrations for the post-season events.

If you would like a printable PDF of this week's High Break Chart click here.

                             
LMSSL "A" League High Breaks 2016-2017 to week # 14 December 1, 2016  
   
Player Team Total Points High Breaks (40 & over)
Ed Smith Kennedy 489 68 68 40 45 53 76 47 48 44      
Ike Toews Kennedy 326 121 58 46 40 61              
Dalton Roy Minoru 267 46 43 43 48 87              
Kevin Robattaile Pitt Meadows 137 97 40                    
Wayne Young Pitt Meadows 136 42 53 41                  
Ray Sznadel Edmonds 108 45 63                    
Ed Olson Edmonds 96 47 49                    
Gary Wallace Edmonds 96 42 54                    
Jim Boak Minoru 93 41 52                    
Stan Ziolkowski Edmonds 88 47 41                    
Barry Rodgers Kennedy 56 56                      
Peter Clark Minoru 55 55                      
Garry Watts Pitt Meadows 51 51                      
Ed Kobayashi Minoru 50 50                      
Ken Eng Edmonds 48 48                      
John Lundie Kennedy 46 46                      
Mike Roy Kennedy 45 45                      
Rick Soroka Pitt Meadows 41 41                      
Ed Morris Kennedy 40 40                      
       
LMSSL "B" League High Breaks 2016-2017 to week# 13 November 30, 2016  
   
Player Team Total Points High Breaks (30 & over)
Allan Chow Minoru 413 48 44 37 30 31 43 48 32 34 32 34  
Anthony Braganza Bonsor 245 42 30 32 44 31 32 34          
Henry Hai Edmonds 142 30 41 30 41                
Tom Westcott Kennedy 129 52 31 46                  
Jim  Rankin Maple Ridge 69 32 37                    
Lorne Macdonald Kennedy 58 58                      
Peter Hiebert Dogwood-Red 54 54                      
Don Stewart Pitt Meadows 43 43                      
Marke Sedawie Kennedy 43 43                      
Fred Forder Pitt Meadows 38 38                      
Harry Vesik Century House 38 38                      
Arturo Diaz Minoru 35 35                      
Lyle Siddle Minoru 34 34                      
Robert Laidlow Maple Ridge 33 33                      
Jack Lee Kennedy 32 32                      
John Bonthius Langley 32 32                      
Milton Morgan Century House 31 31                      
Bing Mah Dogwood-Red 30 30                      
Clive Burgess Maple Ridge 30 30                      
                             
2015/2016 LEAGUE AND POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT WINNERS

Open “A” Singles
Ike Toews - Kennedy

Open “A” Doubles -
Jim Boak & Dalton Roy - Minoru

70+ “A” Singles
John Starcevic - Pitt Meadows


70+ "A" Doubles
Jack Simunac & Ed Morris - Kennedy


Open “B” Singles
Noel Rehaume - Maple Ridge


Open “B” Doubles
Rob & Jim Rankin- Maple Ridge

70+ “B” Singles
Dave Cairns - Dogwood


70+ “B” Doubles
Bing Mah & Lance Young - Dogwood

Super Seniors 80+ Singles
Gaetan Lafleur - Pitt Meadows

Super Seniors 80+ Doubles -
Bill Banfield & Rudy Miller - Ed/Bon

Pitt Meadows "A" Team
Winners of "A" League and "A" Playoff Trophy


Kennedy "B" Team
Winners of "B" League

Dogwood "B" Team
Winners of "B" League "A" Playoff Trophy

Langley "B" Team
Winners of "B" League "B" Playoff Trophy

"A" League Season High Run 121
Ray Sznadel - Edmonds

"B" League Season High Run 74
Mike Roy - Century House

Bonsor "B" Team
Winners of "B" League "C" Playoff Trophy

2016 Lower Mainland Seniors Snooker League Awards Banquet at Kennedy Seniors Centre

MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION:

5' x 10' Snooker Table Dimensions

These dimensions are standardized as much as possible and all dimensions given are approximate and may vary with different table makers.
1. Playing surface is 56" x 112"
2. The centre line is 28" in from the edge of either side cushion
3. The balk-line should be 23.2" (23-3/16") from the edge of the bottom cushion.
4. The half circle "D" has a 9.2" (9-3/16") diameter and on the centre line. This gives you the yellow, brown and green spots.
5. The blue spot is in the center of the table on the centre line, 56" from either end cushion.
6. The pink spot is 28" from the edge of the top cushion or half way between the blue spot and the edge of the top cushion and on the centre line.
7. The black spot is 10.2" (10-3/16") from the edge of the top cushion on centre line.
8. The height of the top of the cushion to the slate bed is approximately 1.4375" (1-7/16")
9. Table height from the top of the cushions to the floor 34" (33.5" to 34.5")
10. Corner pocket openings are 3.5" (3-1/2")and can range between 3.375" (3-3/8") and 3.625" (3-5/8") at the fall of the slate.
11. Side pocket openings are 4" across at the fall of the slate.

CUE RETIPPING - Easy to follow step by step guide on how to remove your old tip and put a new tip on your cue. Three page PDF to view or print.

Table Care and Maintenance
1. Cover your tables when not in use, dust settling into the cloth will cause it to break down over time.
2. The cloth can be occasionally vacuumed to get the accumulation of dust out and ironed to flatten the nap.
3. Be sure to keep drinks away for the tables, water and other liquids will stain the cloth and once stained there is no way to get the stain out.
4. Dead cushions, the rubber can harden over time (especially if the table is not used for long periods of time) and should be replaced every few years. Snooker table rubber is known as "L" rubber because of its shape.
5. Cloth should be replaced every few years depending on the amount of use the table gets.

Send or phone in your ad. Registered Lower Mainland Senior Snooker League players wanting to buy or sell cue sports related items, email don@hermansen.ca or phone 604-469-3694.

BC Government House
1908 Thurston Snooker Table

Frank Bourassa, Ted Wormworth and Jim Boak located and supervised the installation of a 1908 Thurston snooker table at BC Government House. Click here to get the full storey.

SERVICES AND BUY & SELL:
Billiard Table Recovering and Maintenance.
Quality workmanship. Also a variety of used tables for sale in all sizes. Special rates for seniors. Email Jack Grant - or phone 1-604-846-6274 cell 604-240-6840

DeRoo Cues
Custom fitted cues and repair work. 1-piece, 2-piece and 3/4 cues, 9-piece laminated cues, built-in extensions, break cues, jump cues, layered tips and extra shafts.
Kevin (604) 534-8338
Email: sales@deroocues.com
www.deroocues.com

Classic Games and Billiards - for tables, supplies and equipment
#106 - 6039 196 Street, Surrey BC
Phone: 604-539-9890 Fax: 604-539-9895
www.classicgamesandbilliards.com

Home Billiard Sales and Service - for tables, supplies and equipment
1644 Marine Drive SE, Vancouver BC
Phone: 604-321-5553 Web: http://home-billiards.com

Snooker Glasses - Doug's Eye Care Optical
Doug can make a pair to fit you and your requirements.
Just bring in your prescription.
11973 - 88 Avenue, Delta BC V4C 3C9
Phone/fax: 604-590-4114



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