Save the date! March 25th at the Brush Sports & Social Club in Loughborough. Keith is running a handicapped, six red, one day shootout (15 reds for the semi-finals onwards). There will be players of all skill levels and it's a fantastic chance to play a variety of different people with very different styles of play.
What is it?
A handicapped, one-day, six-red shootout at the Brush Sports & Social Club in Loughborough
What's the format?
- 15 reds from the semis onwards
- Handicapped - if you don't have a handicap from previous events, and one will be assigned on the day. Max difference will be 28 points
- Round-robin, single frame shootout. There are currently 15 entrants so you're guaranteed 14 frames of snooker, minimum!
- Single table with plentiful seating all around
- Held at the Brush Sports & Social Club in Loughborough
- Large, open-plan bar with raised platform for the snooker table
- Licensed bar(s) - soft drinks and bottled water available
- Food available
When is it?
Saturday 25th March 2017 (the day before Mother's Day, don't forget!)
How much is it?
£15 entry with all prize money paid back out (aside from a £20 table fee charged by the club).
Who can enter?
Anyone! If you can hold a cue, you can enter.
What are the rules?
Standard snooker rules apply, though the miss rule will not be applied. Any dispute will be decided by the event organiser (Keith Tomlinson), whose decision is final.
Who's running this event?
Keith Tomlinson of KT Snooker is managing the event, which is being graciously hosted by the Brush Sports & Social Club in Loughborough.
Anything else I need to know?
- All money to be paid by 9.30am on the morning of the tournament. No pay, no play - no exceptions
- Your submission of entrance fee is taken as an acceptance of the rules and regs of the tournament
- Everyone will be expected to referee frames unless there's very good reason
- Food will be available to purchase throughout the day
- Parking behind the Brush Club is limited, but there's plenty of parking in and around Loughborough
- The event is expected to last until the early evening, and we encourage people to stay as long as they like (there's usually a small crowd for the semis and final)