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
"It is a tough job being on the committee because most cue sports participants are all ways complaining about something, because when we lose it cant be our own fault:) We do love all of the committee members for their hard work. Yes flukey even…"
"Not wrong Todd. We played in groups of 6 with the top 4 going through what a waste of time saturday was. I think the seedings were based on this event from last year surely some common sense has to de used on seedings Danny Stone is NSW champion and…"
"Sir Vinnie I was thinking the 7ft star tables they are plum. Whats your opinion mate do you think we could 16 starters at that price or should it be cheaper. 16 starters would be 4500 - 5000 to the winner. Ask around brother and see who is keen I…"
"I guess if your thinking of over one weekend you could still apply round robin stages and perhaps even have a tiered approach.
IMO I feel that you should WIN the game NOT be handed the game I know if I played a B grader (assuming I was an A grade)…"
"Hi mate, I was thinking it might attract a few interstate players if its over one weekend. Do you think that getting balls head start makes it a bit more even so the buy in should be equal. I can understand if there was no balls start a staggered…"
I think have a tiered structure on buy in - B Grade $100, A grade $250, Masters $500.
6 week Leader Board
Each player earning a point for every frame they win.
Week 1 play 5 frames, week 2 play 6 frames, week 3 play 7 frames, week 4…"