Under 16 & Under 14 Championship

 

Darren Morgan's Red Triangle club played host to our U14's and 16's Championship events of the season.

The U14's Quarter Final encounters saw William Gwinnell with a 2 v 0 win over his team mate from Redz, Jack Taylor and this was the same score line for Riley Powell against Ryan Davies, who always seem to draw each other in the U14's first games. Our new player, Rio Chung, potted some great single balls and certainly one to watch for the future with a lovely cue action, but Sion Stuart's experience came through, with him taking the win 2 v 0. In the Semi-finals, William beat Jay Vokes 2 v 0 and it was the same score-line for Riley against Sion. William had made it into his first final, but Riley's experience came through taking the title with a 3 v 0 win. William however was delighted to earn his first trophy and with him reaching the final secured his place to represent Wales along with Jay, Jack and Ryan in the Celtic Challenge in Llanelli this July.

All of the U14's entrants had also entered the U16's too and with 9 players in total meant for one Last 16 match between William and Liam Davies. Liam's quality shone through securing a 3 v 0 win with the 2nd frame Liam on for a maximum before breaking down on the 9th black. Into the Quarter Finals and debutant Rio faced Liam, with Liam hitting 3 50+ breaks in the 3 frames to secure the 3 v 0 win, but Liam along with the other players and parents all commented on how Rio had performed in his first tournament. In the other matches, Sion ran out a 3 v 1 winner against Jack, whilst Riley secured a 3 v 0 win over William Shadrach and Ryan beating Jay by the same score-line.

Into the U16's Semi's and from 1 nil down Ryan reeled off 3 frames to beat Sion 3 frames to 1. In the other Semi's and the 'Clash of the Titans' saw Liam take on Riley with the match going all the way and Riley securing the win 3 v 2 in the end including a 52 from him in the 4th frame.

Into the U16's Final between Ryan and Riley and Riley's confidence from his Semi-final win saw him get off to a great start, hitting an early 76 break to take the first frame. Riley also took the 2nd, before Ryan played his best frame of the day to pull one back at 2 v 1 behind. Into the 4th frame however and Riley's tactical play proved the difference securing the win 3 v 1, meaning he has become a double champion winning both events.

We thank our 2 referees for the day, Mel and Derreck for refereeing both finals and also to Darren Morgan for once again giving up his club and hosting our events. A thank you too to all the players for entering and a final thank you goes to all the parents who give up their time each and every tournament in the support of their children, as they compete in the sport we all love.

#teamwales

 

Darren Morgan's Red Triangle club played host to our U14's and 16's Championship events of the season.

The U14's Quarter Final encounters saw William Gwinnell with a 2 v 0 win over his team mate from Redz, Jack Taylor and this was the same score line for Riley Powell against Ryan Davies, who always seem to draw each other in the U14's first games. Our new player, Rio Chung, potted some great single balls and certainly one to watch for the future with a lovely cue action, but Sion Stuart's experience came through, with him taking the win 2 v 0. In the Semi-finals, William beat Jay Vokes 2 v 0 and it was the same score-line for Riley against Sion. William had made it into his first final, but Riley's experience came through taking the title with a 3 v 0 win. William however was delighted to earn his first trophy and with him reaching the final secured his place to represent Wales along with Jay, Jack and Ryan in the Celtic Challenge in Llanelli this July.

All of the U14's entrants had also entered the U16's too and with 9 players in total meant for one Last 16 match between William and Liam Davies. Liam's quality shone through securing a 3 v 0 win with the 2nd frame Liam on for a maximum before breaking down on the 9th black. Into the Quarter Finals and debutant Rio faced Liam, with Liam hitting 3 50+ breaks in the 3 frames to secure the 3 v 0 win, but Liam along with the other players and parents all commented on how Rio had performed in his first tournament. In the other matches, Sion ran out a 3 v 1 winner against Jack, whilst Riley secured a 3 v 0 win over William Shadrach and Ryan beating Jay by the same score-line.

Into the U16's Semi's and from 1 nil down Ryan reeled off 3 frames to beat Sion 3 frames to 1. In the other Semi's and the 'Clash of the Titans' saw Liam take on Riley with the match going all the way and Riley securing the win 3 v 2 in the end including a 52 from him in the 4th frame.

Into the U16's Final between Ryan and Riley and Riley's confidence from his Semi-final win saw him get off to a great start, hitting an early 76 break to take the first frame. Riley also took the 2nd, before Ryan played his best frame of the day to pull one back at 2 v 1 behind. Into the 4th frame however and Riley's tactical play proved the difference securing the win 3 v 1, meaning he has become a double champion winning both events.

We thank our 2 referees for the day, Mel and Derreck for refereeing both finals and also to Darren Morgan for once again giving up his club and hosting our events. A thank you too to all the players for entering and a final thank you goes to all the parents who give up their time each and every tournament in the support of their children, as they compete in the sport we all love.

#teamwales

 

#teamwales

 

 

 

 

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