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West Midlands Billiards & Snooker Association

Welcome to the official website for the West Midlands Billiards & Snooker Association. Here you can find out all the latest news, announcements, results and fixtures for the league.

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Division 1-
SEDGLEY WMC A 3 (STU PRITCHARD, ANDY CAMBRIDGE, DARREN OAKES) GOLDEN CUE A 2 (GURDIP SIDHU, RON SMITH); PENN FIELDS A 1 (RICHARD DAVIES) HOTSHOTS 4 (LUKE HIGGINBOTHAM, CALLUM DOWNING, NEIL BECKLEY, MILAN KRSTANOVIC); BRANDHALL A 4 (MITCHELL MANN, GEOFF WILLIAMS, JAMIE BROWN, BAL SEMBI) SEDGLEY EX A 1 (ANDY HIGHFIELD); WOODFIELD A 2 (ADE OJELAY, ELLIOT BASTABLE) WEDNESFIELD CONS A 3 (RICH HANEY, PAUL HARRISON, LEE PAYNE); GOLDEN CUE B 4 (GRAHAM BEARDMORE, JOHN GAIR, MATT CARON, GRAHAM COLE SNR) CLUB DUDLEY 1 (JASON COLBOURNE); SHIFNAL A 4 (CHRIS JONES, MATTHEW DAVIES, CALLUM WRAIGHT, MICK BREZWYN) PENN FIELDS B 1 (DARRYN WALKER); LEA HALL 2 (LEE BAKER, ADRIAN ROSA) LANDYWOOD A 3 (JACK HARRIS, ROBBIE JAMES, DAVID TURNER); WEDNESBURY CONS A 3 (JOHN SPENCER, CHRIS WILKES, DAN WARD) DUDLEY SNOOKER 2 (RHYS LAMPITT, MARTYN ROBERTS);
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Notices
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PAYPAL ACCESS AND LEAGUE BANK DETAILS CORRECTION
INFORMATION ON HOW TO PAY FOR COMPETITIONS AND FINES VIA PAYPAL CAN BE FOUND ON THE PAGE LINK ABOVE. PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT THE COMMITTEE SHOULD YOU REQUIRE ANY FURTHER ASSISTANCE. THE LEAGUE BANK ACCOUNT FOR TRANSFER IS SORT 30-99-83, ACC:03576312. ALL ENTRY FORMS HAVE AN INCORRECT DIGIT ON ACCOUNT.
Administration | Wed 1 Jan (00:00)
PERPETUAL TROPHIES
ALL PERPETUAL TROPHIES NOW HAVE ONE WEEK TO BE RETURNED (28/3/2015),EITHER TO A COMMITTEE MEMBER OR MY HOME ADDRESS FOUND IN HANDBOOK OR WEBSITE.
Mark | Sat 21 Mar (12:17)
NEW WEBSITE FROM 2015/16 SEASON
YOUR MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE WISHES TO INFORM YOU THIS WEBSITE WILL BE REPLACED WITH A NEW WEBSITE AT THE END OF THIS SEASON 2014/15. A THANKYOU TO OUR OUTGOING WEBMASTER TOM MADDOCKS FOR THE INTRODUCTION & MAINTENANCE OF THIS WEBSITE OVER THE LAST SIX SEASONS. THOSE OF YOU WHO WISH TO TAKE A LOOK AT THE NEW WEBSITE PRIOR TO ITS USE FROM THE 2015/16 SEASON PLEASE DO SO AT :- WWW.WESTMIDS-SNOOKER.LEAGUEREPUBLIC.COM
Lee Thomson | Mon 16 Mar (16:23)
SNOOKER EXHIBITION
SNOOKER EXHIBITION WITH STEVE DAVIS O.B.E,ON FRIDAY MARCH 27th 7-30PM AT GOLDEN CUE S.C BILSTON,WV14 7LH. TICKETS PRICED AT 10 EACH, AVAILABLE FROM KEN ROLLINGSON 01902 404343,,LEE EDWARDS 07834 723836, ANDREW HIGHFIELD 07831 310651.
Mark | Sat 7 Feb (13:46)
Match Reports
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BRANDHALL EDGE CLOSER TO A FOURTH STRAIGHT TITLE

This week began with the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup where Stafford Institute A (Division 2) played Goodyear B (Division 5) at Wednesfield Cons with the latter receiving a 140 start from the handicapper but it proved not be enough as impressive wins for Stafford from Mark Bishop (44), Daz Pountney, Chris Ward & Rob Wharne (64) over whelmed their lower division opponents despite Steve Bull grabbing a win for them they were still defeated by an aggregate of 80 points. Meeting Stafford in the final will be Sedgley WMC D (Division 4) who defeated Brandhall Labour B (Division 2) at Golden Cue SC after receiving 120 points from the handicapper they ran out comfortable winners by 129 points with superb wins for Paul Walker, Gavin Adams & Matt Russell who inflicted the most damage as only Jon Bate could muster a frame win when the match was effectively over in the last frame of the night.

In Division One this week champions Brandhall Labour A edged closer to their fourth consecutive league title when they all but ended Sedgley Ex Service A’s challenge pushing them down from second to third in the table in the process when they demolished their visitors for the night 4-1 at home with wins for main tour pro Mitchell Mann who fired in a 99 break, Geoff Williams, Jamie Brown & Bal Sembi confirming a comfortable victory as only Andy Highfield could offer any resistance to the champions march to the title. At the other end of the table Golden Cue B are edging closer to safety after all but relegating bottom team Club Dudley when they thrashed them 4-1 at home with solid wins for Graham Beardmore, John Gair, Matt Caron & Graham Cole Senior as Jason Colbourne won the visitors consolation frame which now leaves bottom team Club Dudley 18 points from safety with only 24 points to play for and Golden Cue B now 6 points ahead of third bottom Pennfields B.

In Division Two leaders Stafford Institute A continue to press home their advantage and now stand 11 points clear of nearest rivals in second Sedgley WMC B with only four matches left after disposing of relegation candidates Goodyear A 4-1 on their own patch with wins for Mark Bishop, Daz Pountney, Chris Ward & Rob Wharne confirming a fine week for Stafford after qualifying for the Challenge Cup Final on Monday gone as Kevin Saunders won the tyremen’s consolation frame.  The third and final promotion spot sees no fewer than three teams vying for promotion to the top flight and current third placed team Victory WMC are beginning to wobble as they were defeated for a second consecutive week away at Golden Cue C when they were turned over 4-1 with Cue’s wins coming through Darren Fagan, Bill Stanton, Chris Hill & Alan Moore to put them 4-0 up only for the Victory’s Danny Ludgate to ensure there was no whitewash when he won the last frame of the evening leaving them just two points in front of fourth placed Brandhall Labour B and four points in front of Cannock Cons A who are a further two points behind Brandhall.

In Division Three promotion candidates Fordhouses CC A remain in contention for the title when they defeated almost certain to be relegated Wednesfield RBL 4-1 at home with impressive wins for Tom Maddocks who set a new high break target for the division of 79, Tony Grant, Stuart Williams & Gary Williams clinching victory as Daniel Pugh ensured the RBL were not whitewashed when he won one of the opening frames of the night. Also in the mix for promotion and the title are Bilston Sports & Social A who dispatched mid table Wednesfield Cons B 4-1 at home with wins for Ryan Morris, John Hartley, Eamon Feehan & Kevin Whittingham putting them in cruise control at 4-0 up only for the Cons captain Stuart Mason to save the visitors blushes when he took the final frame of the night.

In Division Four long time leaders Wednesfield Cons C were replaced at the top of the table on games won for the first time since taking leadership of the division in week 7 despite winning 3-2 at home against Shepwell Green A with wins for Dean Evans, Mark Davies & John Schneider confirming victory as they were shunted down to second place after wins from Stu Whitehouse & Emerson Davis made it respectable for the Green. Golden Cue F took full advantage to take over at the top and pull back 14 points since Christmas on former leaders Wednesfield Cons with a superb 4-1 away win at promotion contenders Codsall Cons B with wins for Clive Walker, Colin Ashton, most wins man Richard Johnson & Anthony Darby clinching victory as only Dwyer Evans could muster any fight for the hosts when he won their only frame of the evening to see their own promotion hopes severely dented.

In Division Five Golden Cue K became the first relegated team of the season when they were defeated 4-1 at home by Goodyear B who cruised to victory through Joe Rigby, Roger Lees, Steve Bull & Callum Drewett as only John Jeavons could muster a frame for the relegated Cue who will now play Division 6 snooker next season. At the other end of the table Wolverhampton Electric C have not quite wrapped up the title yet as they suffered a surprise 3-2 home defeat to Woodfield D who clinched victory with wins for Steve Woollam, Roman Hutchings (37) & Graham McGarry as the power men made it respectable with wins for David East & Wayne Banks (32)

In Division Six runaway leaders Amery finally became Champions this week when they defeated promotion candidates JD’s SC B 3-2 all be it in a deciding frame with wins for Wayne Olden, Chris Robertson (21) & the decider from most wins man Oliver Spooner after Chris Loydon & Stephen Platt had forced a decider for the visitors to keep their promotion challenge afloat. Fordhouses CC D won the must win game to go second when they played promotion rivals British Rail B at home and despatched them comfortably 4-1 at home with confident wins for Paul Ford, Carl Barratt, Des Sadler & B Lem as only the Rail’s Tommy Butler showed any resistance for the visitors when he won one of the opening frames.

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