The Tournament is starting to pick up speed with some results in and more matches planned! In the Open Singles, Dougie Anderson beat James Moore and Philippe Ayme Jouve beat Lee Beaves. In the Open Doubles, the Jameses Moore and Webb advanced thanks to a walk-over. Read on for more details.
Thanks to our close relationship with the Académie de Billard d’Argenteuil, the SAC has been offered the possibility to get some snooker coaching this winter from a former French national snooker champion, Yannick Poulain - 6 titles as Champion of France (1996,1997,2002,2003,2006,2008).
These special Master Classes will take place between the end of January and March 2020. Players will be coached individually for 2h at a fee of 50 €/h (100€). Yannick is willing to come to the SAC on a few dates.
Anyone interested please contact Roland Tchertoff at or before the 26th January.
Open Singles: Didier Perrin and Jean-Paul Ruzé finally played their match on Sunday morning as planned; Didier won in two straight frames, he will be meeting Thomas Lavigne in the next round. Also, this is the last call for coaching with Yannick Poulain - anyone interested please contact Roland Tchertoff at or by the 26th January. (See this note.)
The annual Club Snooker Tournament will be starting soon and registrations will be open from Saturday 19th October until Sunday 17th November. All adult members, Ladies, Men, Veterans and Juniors (over 12) are welcome to take part in the different tournaments (singles and doubles).
Open singles: Roland Tchertoff beat Paul Willey in 3 frames to 1 in a 5-frame match last Saturday 27th. Earlier In the day in the Open Doubles, Andrew Taylor & Roland Tchertoff beat Paul & Joris Willey in 3 straight frames. In the Veterans, James Moore retained his champion's title by beating Ian Jones. The Prizegiving ceremony will take place during the Flamenco Evening on Saturday 11th May.
It has been decided to postpone the Snooker Dinner and join up with the Flamenco Fun evening on Saturday 11th May to give everyone time to get over the holidays! Open Singles and Open Doubles Finals will still take place this Saturday 27th! In the Open Doubles on Thursday night, Andrew Taylor & Roland Tchertoff beat Benjamin Sharp & Michael Jayet and will meet Paul & Joris Willey on Saturday.
In the Open Singles, Thomas Lavigne and Roland Tchertoff will be playing their 1/4 final round next Saturday afternoon, while James Webb and Emmanuel Bertrand and Antony Parker are set to play their match soon. In the Open Doubles, last Sunday Andrew Taylor and Roland Tchertoff won their quarter-final against Thomas and Simon Lavigne.
In the Open Singles, Roland Tchertoff beat Thomas Lavigne on Saturday 23rd and moves forward to the semis.
In the Open Singles, Thomas Lavigne beat Lucien Jourdan in a three frame battle, he will meet Anthony Parker in the next round. In the Open Doubles, Thomas and Simon Lavigne won against Lucien Jourdan and Jean-Paul Ruzé in two straight frames, they are set to play Andrew Taylor and Roland Tchertoff in the next round.
In the Open Singles, Hugo Marrison won his match against David Colson in a three frame battle and qualified for the semis, while James Webb and Emmanuel Bertrand and Antony Parker are set to play their matches soon. In the Open Doubles, Thomas and Simon Lavigne are due to play Andrew Taylor and Roland Tchertoff this Sunday.
In the Open Singles, Paul Willey beat son Joris to move into the semis, where he will meet the winner of David Colson and Hugo Marrison's quarter-final. The Willeys were also busy in the Doubles, beating Simon and Hugo Marrison and will meet Dougie Anderson and Emmanuel Bertrand in the semis.
In the Open Singles, David Colson and Roland Tchertoff both won their matches to move into the quarter-finals. In Open Doubles, Dougie Anderson and Emmanuel Bertrand beat James Moore and James Webb. There are two first-round matches yet to be played.
While some progress has been made, the difficult weather is posing a challenge and some first-round matches are still due to be played.
While some progress has been made, the difficult weather is posing a challenge. Nevertheless, Hugo Marrison won his first round match against Philippe Ayme-Jouve and goes to the next round. Don't forget that remaining first-round matches should be played by Sunday 27th evening at the latest.
Last weekend saw several exciting matches being played in the Open Singles and Open Veterans sections of the Tournament.
The Snooker Section wishes a Happy New Year to all Club members. Owing to different delays, the deadline for all first-round matches (singles and doubles) has been extended until January 27th. See the main article for updated draws.