Retford Pool League
Doubles starts this Monday. Please check below to see where you are playing. Please be at venue for 7.30pm. Games best of 5
Welcome to the Retford Pool League Website
Welcome to the new look pool league site. Please take sometime to have a look around, as the whole site is very different to the last one. The committee is even easier to get in contact with now as the new site has a committee tab, which lets you know who is on the committee and their role within the league. All team captains have been given a username and password to be able to access the league site via the sign in tab which is located at the top right hand side of the page. Here all captains can enter there teams/players progress and it will all be all available to view on the site under the statistics tab which can be located in the middle of the page whilst viewing the groups.
There are lots more you can view on the site so please get looking!
If anyone has any queries, questions or problems, then please get in touch. with any member of the committee. We are all here to help.
Winter League 2013 - 2014
Accounts 2012 - 2013
New Results Sheet attached here.
Denman Changes are...
Match Structure; 1) Matches reduced from 10 games to 9 2) Teams require a minimum of 6 players for the match (or games will have to be forfeited), up to a maximum of 12 3) 3 x Scotch Doubles, followed by 6 x Singles 4) Doubles and Singles orders will be 'drawn' on the night, not nominated by the captains. 5) Normal doubles rules apply, other than the alternate players turns per team visit. (i.e. no conferring during visits) Players / Order; 1) Each captain will nominate 6 players for doubles 2) The opposing captain will then draw these players, to set the pairings and the order of play. 3) Player 4 might be drawn first, then player 6, so they will play together in Match 1 4) Player 2 then player 3 may be drawn to play in Match 2 5) Player 5 then player 1 may be drawn to play in Match 3 (no doubt you get the drift) 6) The captains will then nominate 6 players for Singles. They could be the same 6 players as for doubles, or a completely new 6, or indeed a mix of both. 7) Away captains will then draw the singles players, placing them into Matches 4 through 9 as they are drawn. 8) The match then commences. The point of such a change, is to hopefully add something different, and also to attempt to even out some of these games.....time will tell, but we hope you enjoy the new format. The Committee