English Amateur Billiards Association

EABA : The Amateur Billiard Player : Spring 2003

The Amateur Billiard Player : Spring 2003

TEESSIDE ROUND-UP

Boys’ Billiards League

Ormesby Institute’s Dominic Mulhall set a league record aggregate for
a thirteen-year-old on 1st February, when he completed a 297-22 victory
in his 30 minute match against the team from near-neighbours, North
Ormesby Institute. This helped Ormesby to a 6-1 victory which
included a debut win for eight-year-old Dominic James who had a 47-
29 result.

Middlesbrough Friendly League

Middlesbrough RAOB Club, in the Third Division of the League,
strongly support young players and were rewarded by 16 year-old
Kyle Cunningham who recorded a break of 80 in winning his 120-up
billiards match at home to Billingham Social ‘B’ in February.

Cleveland League

Sixteen year-old Callum Robinson (Redcar Literary Institute) became
the youngest ever winner of the Corner Billiards Handicap when he
defeated Gary Beckett (Redcar Lakes) in the final at Saltburn
Conservative Club on 14th April. With many clubs in the League still
excluding juniors, and women, from their games-room, Callum had to
survive the lottery of the draw which could have led to automatic
disqualification had he been unfortunate enough to have been given an
away tie at one of these venues.

Callum Robinson
(+10)

250(5.3)Gary Beckett
(-35)

238(5.9)

Redcar & District League

North Ormesby Institute squad of Dave Thatcher, Grant Whisker,
Craig Oakley and Ross McDonald won the League’s billiards section
which is played as handicapped games of 200-up. At twelve years-old
Ross McDonald was the youngest player taking part in the League this
season.


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