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27th October 2010, 01:33 PM
Congratulations must go to Trent Trophies "A" who have just picked up their 10th Super League title in as many years.The competition involves the best 96 ,9-man teams in the country and capped a great event for Staffordshire players.Rob Warne won the amateur event,after coming from behind and Gareth Potts got revenge for Blackpool ( the worlds) over Mick Hill by winning the pro-event.Again CONGRATULATIONS ! ! !
27th October 2010, 06:39 PM
Is this Mr Kendall?
27th October 2010, 07:13 PM
No.my name is Mick and I play in the Trent Trophies local league.However I have known Lee for over 20yrs and even remember him as a pub player ( long time ago).I used to play league matches in The Winchester ,Gareths original home venue,so you could say I have been around a while.I used to chair the old Monday league in Stoke-on-Trent and was involved with all the established players of the time.I have no agenda other than "praise is due when praise is due".I also put a small thread on the forum when England won the Worlds at Blackpool,a lot of players for England are associated with the Staffordshire County sides and as a player in Stoke-on-Trent I am just proud of our players.Hope this answers your question.
27th October 2010, 11:01 PM
Played against them on numerous occasions at Yarmouth and always found them to be a good set of lads. On the same subject I played someone who was nicknamed "The Barrister"
at the national trials a good few yrs ago, was speaking to one of my ex team mates a few weeks back and he told me the guy had passed away! Is this true?
28th October 2010, 12:34 AM
Lee and Gareth own and run Players Snooker and Pool Club in Newcastle-under Lyme.They have a forum ( Lees handle is "the fox" I believe) why not visit their website and pose your question there ? I seem to recall a "Barristers 4s" charity event on their calendar,I have checked and sadly your friend was right.Harvey "The Barrister"Jones aged 38 passed on 26/3/08.A charity event raising money for The Harvey Jones Memorial Fund is played in his honour.Sorry.
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