First Qzone Snooker Singles League final won by Adam Oates

Posted on: 5 November 2021

Last edited on: 5 November 2021

The first ever Qzone Snooker Singles league final took place last night and was won by Adam Oates.

Adam with his trophies.

The league started early September with 18 players drawn into 3 groups of 6. After the round robin stages the top 2 from each group plus the two best-from-the-rest made up the quarter-finalists.

After the quarters and the semi-finals there was an enforced break of a week while one of the finalists, Ian Cleminson, went on holiday!

Nothing stands in the way of snooker though and we organised a snooker Shootout for that week and it was a roaring success! Mally Lancaster winning that with Gary Millar runner up. Watch out for news of a shootout series coming up.

Runner up – Ian “Grass Cutter” Cleminson

The final was a best of 7 match and Adam cruised to a 4-0 win over Ian. Mally Lancaster was the referee.

It was a great final and it was nice to see the guys and the club well supported. The club laid on a free chicken curry too!

Prize money paid:

Winner £120
Runner up £60
Losing semi-finalists £30 each
Losing quarter-finalists £15 each

Entry fee was £15 and the pot was topped up to £300 by Qzone

No doubt the singles league will be back early next year. Watch this space for news.

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