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Warwick University - League Champions 2017

Warwick University won the 2017 Billiard League by an impressive margin of 11 points; losing only 2 of their 12 matches.
This can only bear testimony to their steady improvement in the game of billiards.

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General News

We choose to play billiards!

We choose to play billiards in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard; because that goal will serve to organize and measure the best of our energies and skills, because that challenge is one that we are willing to accept, one we are unwilling to postpone, and one we intend to win ...

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General News

Billiard League Limps On (again)

Although the Billiard League starts this season with four teams, at least a couple of the teams are down to 4 (or 3) players.
Please do your best to recruit new players (from any club) to play in the Lillington or Nelson Bowls teams.
Thanks - Billiard Secretary.

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Kenilworth Trophy FINAL

Ian Carter Triumphs Again

Ian Carter wins his fifth consecutive Kenilworth Trophy championship, in a repeat of the 2015 final against Alan Batchelder.

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Camkin Cup FINAL

Mike England lifts Camkin Cup

Mike England lifts his first trophy since winning the Maurice Batchelor Trophy for 'Highest Average Score' in 2007.

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Birmingham Mail FINAL

Ian Carter Victorious

Ian Carter wins his second Birmingham Mail championship, which he last won in 2013. This stems a run of three consecutive wins by Geoff Barrett.

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Tuesday, Tiw, and Billiards

Tiw's day

Tuesday or 'Tiw's day'; named after the Norse god of single combat, Tiw.

Shrouded in lore and legend, it is said that Tiw would challenge his enemies to a game of billiards on the second day of every week. The loser would have their hand chopped off (handi-capped). Myth has it that Tiw only lost the once, and continued to play well into his old age.

If you are interested in following in this great tradition (with slightly different handi-capping), and would like to play Billiards each Tuesday evening; contact the LDBSA Billiards Secretary -

Contact the LDBSA Billiard Secretary

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Maurice Batchelor

Nelson Victorious in Maurice Batchelor

Nelson played well to deny Nelson Bowls victory in the Maurice Batchelor team knockout Trophy.

A 3-1 victory gave Nelson a well deserved trophy in the 2017 season.

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Camkin Cup, Birmingham Mail, Kenilworth Trophy.

Camkin Cup
Ian Carter v Mike England
Ian Carter storms into the Camkin Cup final with a tremendous win over Geoff Barrett; his third final in the last five years.
Making a debut appearance in the Camkin Cup final is Mike England, who saw off Tony Baylis in a 'tactical' semi-final match.

Birmingham Mail and Kenilworth Trophy
Ian Carter v Alan Batchelder
Both Ian Carter and Alan Batchelder head into the two non-handicapped finals by beating Mike England.
Ian also played extremely well to get to the Birmingham Mail final by beating Geoff Barrett, while Alan subdued a tremendous effort by Michael Wilson, to take a place in the Kenilworth Trophy final.

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Morris Trophy

Nelson Bowls - Morris Trophy Champions 2017

Nelson Bowls Lift the Morris Trophy.

Nelson Bowls lead the Morris Trophy from their first 7-2 victory in week 1, through to a final victorious 12.5 points lead in week 12.

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Morris Trophy

Warwick University Return

Warwick University make a welcome return in defence of the Morris Trophy.

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