Session 1: Friday 19:00hrs
1 Kilmarnock A 11 v 4 Edinburgh B
2 East Kilbride A 6 v 9 Dundee A
3 Motherwell A 8 v 7 Uddingston A
4 Coatbridge A 8 v 7 Midlothian A
Sesson 2: Saturday 09:00hrs
1 Uddingston A 11 v 4 Edinburgh B
2 East Kilbride A 7 v 8 Midlothian A
3 Motherwell A 5 v 10 Dundee A
4 Coatbridge A 8 v 7 Kilmarnock A

Session 3: Saturday 10:45hrs
1 Uddingston A 7 v 8 Kilmarnock A
2 Dundee A 10 v 5 Edinburgh B
3 Motherwell A 8 v 7 Midlothian A
4 Coatbridge A 12 v 3 East Kilbride A
Session 4: Saturday 12:30hrs
1 Dundee A 5 v 10 Kilmarnock A
2 Midlothian A 13 v 2 Edinburgh B
3 Motherwell A 8 v 7 East Kilbride A
4 Coatbridge A 11 v 4 Uddingston A

Sesson 5: Saturday 17:45hrs
1 Dundee A 9 v 6 Uddingston A
2 Midlothian A 3 v 12 Kilmarnock A
3 East Kilbride A 7 v 8 Edinburgh B
4 Coatbridge A 8 v 7 Motherwell A

Session 6: Saturday 19:30hrs
1 Midlothian A 10 v 5 Uddingston A
2 East Kilbride A 9 v 6 Kilmarnock A
3 Motherwell A 6 v 9 Edinburgh B
4 Coatbridge A 7 v 8 Dundee A

Session 7: Sunday 09:00hrs
1 Midlothian A 6 v 9 Dundee A
2 East Kilbride A 8 v 7 Uddingston A
3 Motherwell A 8 v 7 Kilmarnock A
4 Coatbridge A 9 v 6 Edinburgh B

Group 2 Table

Team P W L Fr. F Pts
1 Dundee A 7 6 1 61 12
2 Coatbridge A 7 6 1 60 12
3 Kilmarnock A 7 4 3 61 8
4 Motherwell A 7 4 3 53 8
5 Midlothian A 7 3 4 54 6
6 East Kilbride A 7 2 5 44 4
7 Edinburgh B 7 2 5 38 4
8 Uddingston A 7 1 6 50 2

Group 1 Schedule & Fixtures

Session 1: Friday 20:45hrs
1 Clackmannanshire A 8 v 7 Dunfermline A
2 Central Ayrshire A 8 v 7 Dumfries A
3 Falkirk A 10 v 5 Livingston A
4 Glasgow A 7 v 8 Edinburgh A

Session 2: Friday 22:30hrs
1 Dumfries A 7 v 8 Edinburgh A
2 Central Ayrshire A 9 v 6 Clackmannanshire A
3 Falkirk A 9 v 6 Dunfermline A
4 Glasgow A 11 v 4 Livingston A

Session 3: Saturday 14:15hrs
1 Dumfries A 7 v 8 Livingston A
2 Dunfermline A 8 v 7 Edinburgh A
3 Falkirk A 9 v 6 Clackmannanshire A
4 Glasgow A 8 v 7 Central Ayrshire A

Session 4: Saturday 16:00hrs
1 Dunfermline A 12 v 3 Livingston A
2 Clackmannanshire A 6 v 9 Edinburgh A
3 Falkirk A 9 v 6 Central Ayrshire A
4 Glasgow A 6 v 9 Dumfries A

Session 5: Saturday 21:15hrs
1 Dunfermline A 9 v 6 Dumfries A
2 Clackmannanshire A 4 v 11 Livingston A
3 Central Ayrshire A 7 v 8 Edinburgh A
4 Glasgow A 9 v 6 Falkirk A

Session 6: Saturday 23:00hrs
1 Clackmannanshire A 10 v 5 Dumfries A
2 Central Ayrshire A 9 v 6 Livingston A
3 Falkirk A 11 v 4 Edinburgh A
4 Glasgow A 7 v 8 Dunfermline A

Session 7: Sunday 10:45hrs
1 Livingston A 7 v 8 Edinburgh A
2 Central Ayrshire A 6 v 9 Dunfermline A
3 Falkirk A 10 v 5 Dumfries A
4 Glasgow A 12 v 3 Clackmannanshire A

Group 1 Table

Team P W L Fr. F Pts
1 Falkirk A 7 6 1 64 12
2 Dunfermline A 7 5 2 59 10
3 Edinburgh A 7 5 2 52 10
4 Glasgow A 7 4 3 60 8
5 Central Ayrshire A 7 3 4 52 6
6 Livingston A 7 2 5 44 4
7 Clackmannanshire A 7 2 5 43 4
8 Dumfries A 7 1 6 46 2

The Hurricane wrote:
Congratulations to Kilmarnock on winning the event, great effort and unlucky to Glasgow.

Absolutely gutted at Uddingston being relegated from the premier event

Congratulations Team Killie

Hope Drover gets better soon. Ken how much he loves his pool and how gutted he will be.
Think a bit of leeway for bringing in a substitute for medical reasons would have been apt on this occasion.

Well just a small write up on the SPA Super 15s Premier Division just finished last night.

The 16 top teams from all over Scotland attended Pettycur Bay to find out who is the very very best team in Scotland.

You see I never said league because if your good enough then your good enough and Edinburgh has two teams in the top division.

Two groups of 8 teams playing a round robin where the top six from each group go through to the knockout stages.

The top two from each group go through to the quarters to play against the winners of 3 v 6 and 4 v 5 from different groups.

The top two in each group this year were Dundee and Coatbridge along with Falkirk and Dunfermline.

Now some say they would rather not be in the top two as the qualifiers have an extra game and are already in form but I disagree , in a short race I would always like the bye into the quarters and not having to play that one extra game where we all know anything can happen in these match’s.

Any way I’m not going into all the match’s just to say that some of the pool was fantastic and some, well the pressure at these events get to some players and they miss balls that if playing for themselves they would never do.

For me the semi finals is the one place you don’t want to get beat in, ask any player who has been introduced as a member of a team getting to the final of a Super event and getting to dance? In to their own music and play a Super final, it’s just great.

So when watching Glasgow totally destroy Falkirk in one semi 8/2 I could feel the total disappointment for all those players trying so hard to win yet again a trophy for their manager Steven Santa Allison but that’s pool for you and the old heads of Glasgow did not let the occasion get to them, this time?

The other semi took a little longer but Kilmarnock were always in control against Dunfermline, however as I said to the Dunfermline boys just after they lost it’s a learning curve for them, a young team just getting better and I can see with each experience they are learning that the weekend is not about drinking but about enjoying the weekend with pals and believing they are good enough to win one of these.

The final was always going to be close but at one stage Kilmarnock looked like walking it as for some reason the Glasgow boys did let the occasion get to them and missed balls that they should not have done I’m very sorry to say as I had money on them to win.

Kilmarnock held in to win 8/7 both players in the last frame missed balls you would pot in your sleep and even with a tap in I said the Kilmarnock player would not get it and of course his last ball to pot, he left himself chinese over the black only to play a fantastic shot and land perfectly on it and go on to pot the winning black.

Kilmarnock pool league over the past 5/6 years have came from no where, to be champions of the big one and I put that down to one man their captain their leader Billy Henderson , yeah he has taken the best players from different leagues down in Ayrshire but that is what a manager does to make his team great.

They are a bunch of great players but also really nice guys and are the first to congratulate their opponents when they lose and in the true sense of the word they have one man that is loved by all of Scottish pool and that’s Martin Fisher and who would not want to see him win?

Forename Surname Team Played Won Percentage
Graeme Sillars Kilmarnock A 7 7 100.00%
Johnny Kemp Falkirk A 7 7 100.00%
Eddie Cassidy Coatbridge A 7 7 100.00%