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Coronavirus NEWS

Please be aware that all Billiard competitions have bee postponed until further notice.

This might change as the Government's advice changes; currently all non-essential social meetings are to be avoided!

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Billiards League

Nelson Bowls - League Champions 2019/20

Nelson Bowls retain the LDBSA Billiard League Championship.
This is their 4th win in the last 8 years - and 4 times runner-up.

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General News

New Season - 2019 / 2020

The new billiard season gets underway on the 24th September.


  1. Lillington Club
  2. Nelson
  3. Nelson Bowls
  4. Warwick University

New players for existing teams are welcomed for this season.

New teams are welcomed for next season 2020 / 2021.

Visit the English Billiards website for more details about the game of English Billiards.

Or Rob Hall's Billiards website.

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Billiards League

Nelson Bowls - Maurice Batchelor Champions 2019

Nelson Bowls added to their impressive season by winning the Maurice Batchelor Trophy. Sid Deeming and Geoff Barrett producing some great breaks in the second leg of the final to ensure victory.

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Morris Trophy

Warwick University - Morris Trophy Champions 2019

The Morris Trophy returns to Warwick University, after two years with Nelson Bowls.

Warwick University reinforced their dominance in the Morris Trophy by winning their final match against Nelson Bowls. Nelson Bowls have won this prestigious competition for the past two years, but in the face of a team whose players have kept improving over the season, they had to settle for second place.

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Camkin Cup FINAL

Geoff Barret finally tastes victory

Geoff Barrett v Max Burt:
Despite Geoff failing to produce the form that he showed the night before in his Birmingham Mail final, he still managed breaks of 32, 37, and 42. This proved to be just enough to finally taste victory in a championship that he has failed to win in three attempts over the past 4 years.
Max had produced his biggest break of the evening to leave him 3 points behind, and after Geoff failed to score Max had an opportunity, in the dying seconds, to pot the red for a draw...

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Birmingham Mail FINAL

Geoff Barrett regains trophy.

This year Geoff Barrett and Richie Evans, met in the final of the Birmingham Mail for the 7th time.
Geoff has won this championship 10 times over the past 15 years, beating Richie on 4 occasions, while Richie has won 5 times with 2 wins against Geoff.
However, unfortunately for Richie, Geoff was in devastating form, with breaks of 93, 39, 126, 46, and 53...

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Kenilworth Trophy FINAL

Alan Batchelder first time winner of the Kenilworth Trophy

Alan Batchelder v Simon Gelfs:
Both Simon Gelfs and Alan Batchelder had reached the final of the Kenilworth Trophy twice in the past 4 years. This year's final meant that one of the Lillington players would win the championship.
In this 90 minute match, the lead had changed a number of times in the first 75 minutes, with neither player managing to establish a significant lead.

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Maurice Batchelor

Lillington win something!

Having won the first leg 3-1 and an aggregate advantage of over 160 points, Lillington were reasonably confident at the start of leg 2. But after losing the first two games, and their aggregate advantage reduced to 17 points, the evening became a little more intense. With the remaining games shared, the final result was 4-4, with the winner being determined by aggregate; Lillington 2901- Warwick Uni. 2832.

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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

I Have A Dream

I say to you, even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow, I still have a dream.
I have a dream that one day on the green baize of Leamington District, sons of billiard players and sons of snooker players will be able to sit down together around the table of brotherhood.
I have a dream that the four LDBSA billiard teams will one day become more, and live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour and number of their balls, but by the content of their cuemanship.
I have a dream...

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