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Winners 2015
Teams K.O.
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D Division

Third Steelers Plaza

Runners up Dronfield C.C. No.2

Winners Spot On No.3

Highest break Adam Clarke (Spot On) 55


C Division

Third Allied Sn.C. No.2

Runners up Players Lounge

Winners Spot On No.1

Highest break Dave Wilkinson (Thrybergh W.M.C.) 96


B Division

Third Dronfield C.C. No.1

Runners up Carlton S.C. No.1

Winners Steelers Bar No.4

Highest break Phil Poole (Steelers Bar No.6) 76


A Division

Third Steelers Bar No.8

Runners up Steelers Bar No.1

Winner Laycocks S.C.

Highest Break Dan Bagley (Laycocks S.C.) 95




OVERALL WINNER – Martin Rose (Club Baize)


A DIV Winner – Neil Howarth (Steelers Bar No.1)

Runner Up – Chris Risley (Alpine No.2)

Highest Break  – Chris Risley (Alpine No.2) 111


B DIV Winner – Steve Ashmore (Carlton S.C. No.2)

Runner Up – Joe Markie (Steelers Bar No.5)

Highest Break – Kevin Breeze (Carlton S.C. No.2) 87


C DIV Winner – Martin Rose (Club Baize)

Runner Up – Danny Riley (Allied Sn.C. No.2)

Highest Break – Danny Riley (Allied Sn.C. No.2) 53


D DIV Winner – Adam Clarke (Spot On)

Runner Up – Bradley Andrews (Steelers Plaza)

Highest Break – Bradley Andrews (Steelers Plaza) 68




Semi finalist

Earl Old Boys

Spot On No.1

Runners up Steelers Bar No.1

Winners Allied Sn.C. No.2

Highest break Danny Riley (Allied Sn.C. No.2) 53


2nd/3rd PLACE K.O.


Runners Up Dronfield C.C. No.2

Winners Allied Sn.C. No.2


Divisional Champion of Champions


Championship runners up

Steelers Bar No.4

(B Div Champions)


Championship winners

Laycocks S.C.

(A Div Champions)



Paul Bannister, Julian Bell, James Chambers, Nathan Cooper, Dave Ford,

Lee Hague, Ricky James, Mark Thomas, Carl Whitby, Kieran Wood.




Sheffield and District League

(a)   If the striker, in making a stroke, fails to first hit a ball on when there is a clear path in a straight line from the cue-ball to central full ball contact of a ball that is or could be on, (that means if you can’t hit the left or right edge of a ball on, but you can hit the centre) the referee shall always call FOUL AND A MISS, unless either player needed penalty points before, or as a result, of the stroke being played.

The next player can play from where the balls come to rest, ask the offender to play again from the position left, or at his discretion, have the balls replaced to their original position. If replaced,

(i)                A further failure to first hit a ball on shall be called FOUL AND A MISS regardless of the difference in scores.

(ii)              If asked to play again from the original position, the offender shall be warned by the referee that a third failure will result in the frame being awarded to his opponent.


(b) If you cannot hit any object ball centre ball striking, a FOUL AND A MISS will be called regardless of the difficulty of shot. When a foul and a miss is called, all balls moved will be replaced if requested by the player. The maximum amount of foul and a miss calls for one snooker is three times. After the third miss the incoming player has the following options.

(i)                Play himself from where the balls come to rest at a ball on; and, if snookered on all balls on, he has a free ball.

(ii)              Ask his opponent to play from where the balls have come to rest;


If either player needs penalty points before or as a result of the stroke being played, no miss will be called unless the referee considers that the striker has made no effort at all to hit the ball on.



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