Monthly Snooker Handicap Competition – Sunday 31st May 2015

Club owner Mark Baptist presents the prizes to winner Matt Lee and Runner-up Reg BiggsWinner

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Monthly Snooker Handicap Competition

Sunday 31st May 2015

Matt Lee made it four in a row by winning the May snooker handicap tournament at the club last Sunday. Victorious in the previous three events, the six-time Lincoln Senior Champion continued his winning sequence by defeating popular finalist Reg Biggs 2-0 to win the £130 first prize. Lee also won the highest break prize with an excellent run of 86 during his quarter-final win over former event semi-finalist Geoff Robson.

The event was well supported with 24 players competing on the day. These included former local professional Alan Peacock who made a welcome return to the competitive scene. Eliminated in the group stages only by way of a lesser head-to-head record, he showed glimpses of his heyday with breaks of 53 and 59 on the day.

Quarter-Finals:

Geoff Bowen (+7) 2 Tim Dunn (+28) 1

Reg Biggs (+28) 2 Daryl Turner (+21) 0

Matt Lee (-7) 2 Geoff Robson (+14) 0

Dale Schofield (Scr) 2 Stu Cannings (+21) 0

Semi-Finals:

Reg Biggs (+28) 2 Geoff Bowen (+7) 0

Matt Lee (-7) 2 Dale Schofield (Scr) 1

Final:

Matt Lee 2 (-7) Reg Biggs (+28) 0

Highest Break:

Matt Lee – 86

Prize Money Breakdown:

Winner:                 Matt Lee                                                                     £130

Runner-Up:          Reg Biggs                                                                   £ 60

Semi-Finalists:   Dale Schofield, Geoff Bowen                                 £ 20

Highest Break:   Matt Lee                                                                     £ 10

Next competition – Sunday 28th June 2015

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2 Replies to "Monthly Snooker Handicap Competition - Sunday 31st May 2015"

  • comment-avatar
    Matt
    3rd June 2015 (8:34 pm)

    Mustardo

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    Tom Skin
    3rd June 2015 (8:48 pm)

    Well done Matt. Nice to see Reg make the final, and a rare semi for Geoff 😉