Venue: City Heroes (logo)Hosted by: NSWPBA (logo)16-17th March 20139am start. FORMATDouble Elimination to semi finalFirst round and loser side of draw - race to 5Winning side race to 7 increasing to race to 11.Entry fee $55.$10 deducted from each entry for green fees and admin costs (including trophies). WOMENS TITLESunday 17th March. 9amFORMAT: Double Elimination to semi finalEntry fee $55.$10 deducted from each entry for green fees and admin costs (including trophies). REGISTRATION must be…See More
NSW Inaugural 9ball Minor Championships.ABOUT THIS EVENTThis event is the first NSWPBA Minor Championship. The purpose of the Minor Championships is to provide an event that that every player can set as a goal to win. Past Champions and winners of this event are not eligible to play in the Minors. So every year your chances to win the Minors increases as the best players 'graduate' and leave the field. The NSWPBA believes that this is an important step to providing competition for players of…See More
"After a long and tiresome weekend for everyone can I point out how lucky we all are to have these events held in our state run by our state committee. Not everyone can be pleased with format or results however if we want more of these events we have…"
NSW City 9-ball Team Selection 2012 This year the Australian Teams 9-ball will be held in conjunction with the Australian 8-ball championships in Sydney.The Teams event will be held on Friday 9th Nov with the Aust 8-ball event following on Sat 10th & Sun 11thNov. The team consists of five players including one female, plus a reserve. To select the team we will be holding a qualifier round robin events at City Heroes on Sunday 28th Oct.Anyone who wishes to compete for a place on the team…See More
9:30 AM Start to Register and pay on the day10AM if Pre-registered and Pre-paidDress: Smart Casual, No Thongs, No shorts.Hope to see a lot of you there. Will be a fun day.REGISTERED TEAMS:Danny Stone & Lee HopwoodSee More
"That's exactly right it takes a heap of things to come together to make a successful break.
Balance both cue and stance ,cue tip, chalk and where to strike cue ball. When you consider the CB point of contact is usually centre or just above and…"