Jon Sully leads the way

Jon Sully leads the way

Jon Sully heads the league table in the Nottingham Snooker Sunday League after another strong showing.

Newcomer Vinnie Dennis made a strong start to his league campaign and he has a very real chance of finishing in the top half of the table despite starting five games behind the rest of the field.

Callum Hodgman also played very well and he is only one point adrift of Sully going into the final round of fixtures.

The league is being played over three Sundays in March and the eventual winner will receive a trophy and £60 cash.

League Table

(League table shows provisional cash prize distribution after round 2 and is for illustration purposes only. The total prize fund is £210)

Round 2 Results

Tony Morgan (7)

Tony Morgan

Drew with Steve Butler (21)
Lost to Callum Hodgman (77)
Drew with Jon Sully (49)
Drew with Vinnie Dennis (35)
Drew with Steve Burrows (35)

Steve Butler (21)

Drew with Tony Morgan (7)
Lost to Jon Sully (49)
Drew with Steve Burrows (35)
Lost to Callum Hodgman (77)
Beat Vinnie Dennis (35)

Steve Burrows (35)

Steve Burrows

Drew with Callum Hodgman (77)
Lost to Vinnie Dennis (35)
Drew with Steve Butler (21)
Lost to Jon Sully (49)
Drew with Tony Morgan (7)

Vinnie Dennis (35)

Vinnie Dennis

Beat Jon Sully (49)
Beat Steve Burrows (35)
Drew with Callum Hodgman (77)
Drew with Tony Morgan (7)
Lost to Steve Butler (21)

Jon Sully (49)

Jon Sully

Lost to Vinnie Dennis (35)
Beat Steve Butler (21)
Drew with Tony Morgan (7)
Beat Steve Burrows (35)
Beat Callum Hodgman (77)

Callum Hodgman (77)

Callum Hodgman

Drew with Steve Burrows (35)
Beat Tony Morgan (7)
Drew with Vinnie Dennis (35)
Beat Steve Butler (21)
Lost to Jon Sully (49)

Breaks

Tony Morgan 45,40
Steve Butler 40,39
Steve Burrows 37
Vinnie Dennis 36
Jon Sully 24,23,22

Round 3

The third and final round of matches will take place on Sunday 29 March. Jon Sully and Callum Hodgman are clearly strong favourites for the title, but anything can happen and Steve Burrows or Tony Morgan could easily hit form and cause an upset. Vinnie Dennis has started strongly and he will no doubt be targetting at least a top four finish.

Report by Steve Butler, Nottingham Snooker Tournament Director

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.