This annual snooker tournament comes to the final stages in the St Bernard’s Social Club, on Zoca Flank.
The Quarter Finals
In the third week of the tournament, with just two games outstanding, we reach the quarter final, best of five frames stage of play.
Eddie Newton still has to play Antonio Cavilla, at 5.00pm on Monday and Sean Galligan has to play Jonathan Collado.
On Monday 27th November, at 8.30pm, the first quarter final sees Guy Olivero, having beaten Peter de la Rosa 2-0, take on Yewhung Chin, conqueror of Tom Rooney; also 2-0.
On Tuesday at 7.00pm Andrew Olivero, victor over Peter Valarino, faces Mukesh Bakhru, who beat Julian McGrail; both in straight games.
On Thursday at 7.00pm Chris Shimidzu, who beat Les Moore in straight frames, plays the winner of Sean Galligan and Julian McGrail.
The last quarter final, on Friday at 7.00pm, is between the winner of the Eddie Newton and Antonio Cavilla game and Francis Becerra, who beat Harry Ward two frames to one after a magnificent second frame for Harry.
The semi finals, also best of five frames, are scheduled for Tuesday 5th and Thursday 7th December; with the final, best of seven match, on Monday 11th at 7.00.
The final will be followed immediately by the presentation of trophies, to the winner, runner-up, losing semi finalists and the scorer of the highest break (over 50), by the sponsors Anglo Hispano.
St Bernard’s Social Club cordially invites all participants and spectators to drinks and tapas in the lounge to mark the close of another successful ‘Famous Grouse Open Snooker Tournament’.
All players are reminded that while the organisers will attempt to contact each player with details and reminders it is the responsibility of each and every player to know when and who they are playing.
Postponements will only be considered at the request of both players.
Any further information from Eddie Newton or St Bernard’s Social Club 78818.
Spectators are welcome at all matches as guests of the club.
All non-members must remember to sign-in, in the book provided.
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