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Finals complete pool season

PUBLISHED: 10:12 09 May 2008 | UPDATED: 11:03 03 July 2010

THE DP Leisure Pool League Winter 2007/8 finals night at Zen Night Club ended the season.

The evening started with the finals of the men's and mixed doubles.

THE DP Leisure Pool League Winter 2007/8 finals night at Zen Night Club ended the season.

The evening started with the finals of the men's and mixed doubles. In the mixed doubles A Lewis and L Pinches (Arches) were in excellent form and ran out 3-0 winners over D Hasley and L Wassell (Lacon Arms).

In the men's doubles G Lee and G Adams (Arches) won 4-1 in a very one-sided match in which S Jones and T Burrell (Lacon Arms) never really got going.

In the Landlords' final, E Howells (Prince Regent) won a very sporting match 3-2 against A Smith (Flints).

The Landladies' final was another close, friendly match with some interesting shots that changed the match, D Woodward (Quayside Tavern) winning 3-2 against R Howells (Prince Regent).

The ladies' doubles finals brought together two previous champions J Bullent and B Nelson (Merlins) and L Smallwood and K Brown (Three Tuns). And in another close match with both pairs missing many chances the Merlins pair won 3-2.

The ladies' singles final also went all the way with L Pinches (Arches) winning 3-2 on the last black of the match to beat B Wheeler (Prince Consort).

In the men's singles final the advantage swung back and forth between two competitors playing really well, and went all the way to the seventh frame before S Jones (Lacon Arms) finally got the better of P Burrows (Prince Consort) 4-3.

The DP singles was won by A Lacey (Merlins) playing against S Crosby (Arches). The frames were almost the same, Steve going for clearances making one mistake, and Aaron, who was in sparkling form, took all the opportunities in style to run out the 4-0 winner.

The league presentations were made by Derek Silom of DP Leisure, the league sponsors.


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