English Amateur Billiards Association

EABA : The Amateur Billiard Player : May 2001

The Amateur Billiard Player : May 2001


Massingham League

Swaffham Conservatives won the Massingham Billiards League, with
Narborough finishing as runners-up. Founded in 1925, this is the oldest
surviving cue sports League in Norfolk. They had a total of nine teams
taking part this season who competed in 100-up games, each team
having four members. Philip Welham (Westacre C) is the League’s only
handicapped player being required to concede 150 points. He recorded
the season’s highest break with 132. Nine-year-old Jacob Moriarty
was the youngest player, while Bert Flowers, at the age of 86, was the

Alby League

David Nichols (Pinewood B) won the Individual Billiards competition
run by the Alby League in Norfolk. He defeated Colin McCarthy 250-
89 in the final, making breaks of 88 and 61. In the League, Nichols was
less successful, his team finishing as runners-up to Mundesley.

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