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FPL League Table

FPL Transfer window closes tonight (7th Oct) at 8:15pm


Photo Album

There's a new Photo Album been added with some pics of the 2007 presentation.

 
Sample Photo from Album Number 1
   
 
 

Welcome to the home of the Radcliffe & District Pool League


Match Cards

Could Players please print their Initial and Surname along with their signature on the card. If more than one player has the same Initial and Surname on the same Team, could you make it plain who is who.

It is the winning teams responsibility to get the Result Card to the Fixture Administrator by 12noon on the Saturday following the Match. The vast majority of teams manage to do this every week.

It is in your rule book that there is a £5 fine if you do not adhere to the above. No excuses.



 Download and print the new season registration form for your team. 

Registration Form 2015-2016

This seasons calendar

Calendar - Season 2016-17

Also available, the Knockout forms. Individuals and Ladies will be managed by Mark, Doubles and Mixed Doubles by Laurence.

Main Individual & Ladies Registration Form 2015-2016

Doubles & Mixed Doubles Registration Form 2015-2016

 Draw for Team Knock out and Divisional Team Knock Out



Thank You

Thank you everyone for another successful season in the RDPL.


Information & Registration Forms

Team Knock Out - 13th October

Divisional Team Knock Out 27th October


Rule/Format Changes


The Break Rule

(no nomination)

  1. Beginning the game (The Break). The opening player must play at the triangle of object balls using the cue ball from any position behind (not on) the baulk line. The opening player must pocket a ball or drive at least two balls to hit a cushion. Failing to do so can result in the opponent accepting the balls as they lie, or demanding the balls to be re-racked and the break shot retaken.

  2. The Break

    * the term “open” means no colour or denomination group have been decided

    • If no balls are potted, the opening players turn at the table ends and the opponent plays from where the cue ball lies, the table is “open”.
    • Potting balls legally from the break (except the black), means the player continues and the table is “open
    • If a foul is committed, the incoming player has “two shots” with the 1st shot being a “free table” with ball in hand, if required (see rule 8 in rule book), and does not count in assigning colour group. Once the 1st shot has been played the table is “open”.
      • Failure to pot with the 2nd shot means the table is “open” to the incoming player.
      • If a foul is committed on the 1st or 2nd shot, the incoming player should revert to the earlier point “If a foul is committed” above
    • Deciding colour group when the table is “open”. The players colour group is decided when the player pots a ball or balls from only one colour group on a normal legal shot. Potting a combination of colours legally while the table is “open” means the player continues and the table remains “open”.
    • If the black ball is potted from the break the balls will be re-racked and the game re-started with the offending player paying for the game


Printer Friendly Versions

There are printer friendly versions of both the Team Fixture lists and the League Tables so you can print them out for your notice board. Just click on the hyperlink on the page and it will open in a new window, then select File / Print from your Browsers menu.


Featured Venues of the Decade

(until some new ones are done)

Picture of the New Bay Picture of Venue
New Bay, Radcliffe The Swan Hotel, Radcliffe