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BPPPA Colchester Open Results
 Posted on Monday, May 15 2006 @ 00:05:38 BSTby admin
BPPPA BPPPA Ranking Event No.6
Rileys American Pool & Snooker Colchester
17-33 Long Wyre Street
COLCHESTER
Essex
CO1 1LH
Tel: 01206 368026
Fax: 01206 368026
www.bpppa.org
www.rileysltd.com
Last 128 Chart A results from Colchester (450 kb .pdf file) Pro9 Exclusive!
Last 128 Chart B results from Colchester (450 kb .pdf file) Pro9 Exclusive!
Last 32 Chart - Results from Colchester (250 kb .pdf file) Available at Pro9 first!
Johan Ruysink Interview (1.42Mb WAV file download) Pro9 Exclusive!

Saturday/Sunday 13-14 May 2006


BPPPA Colchester Open Winner - Daryl Peach.


Colchester ‘Dazzled’

Another weekend of fantastic 9 ball was rounded off with a triumphant Daryl Peach taking home the glory and the big money as he overcame good friend and travelling partner Andy Worthington by eleven racks to ten at the BPPPA Colchester Open final, held at Riley’s Colchester over Saturday 13th and Sunday 14th May. Although close, the final never really sent sparks flying across the baize owing certainly to the two players knowing each other so well, but predominantly because of both putting in so much effort to reach the final itself. At hill-hill, Blackpool’s Peach broke off and as the balls were preparing to rest it looked as though Worthington was to be given a clear chance for the title, until a kindly bump from the red 3 saw the 7ball drop into the side. The table had proved a difficult one to make balls from the break on, so when the 7 did find a hole – and Peach let out a huge sigh of relief and a smile, the chuckle from the spectators was more than justified. ‘The Dazzler’ made no mistakes in running-out the remaining balls to lift his third title on English soil for the season. “I had that good feeling when Sunday arrived”, said Peach, “I get a feeling in every single tournament I play regarding whether it’s my day or not, I felt it was my day in Colchester and it was”.

Click on "Read More..." for the details.

The Roman town of Colchester was treated to not only the cream of Great Britain’s 9 ball talent but also our mainland European compatriots. In his first appearance on the British Main Tour, Dutch star Guilliano Smit unfortunately fell at the last 16 stage to Damian Overton 9-4. Making the journey from Belgium were Mario Eckert, Serge Das, Pascal Budo, Stephen Lammens and Serge Delhaye accompanied by their Dutch National Coach Johan Ruysink, hoping to recreate his previous success story of honing the talent of Niels Feijen, Alex Lely and Nick van den Berg. Of the five Belgians it was Stephen Lammens that made the biggest impression on the event, the majority of the talk surrounded Lammens and compliments were made on his cueing, composure and confidence and for a very good reason too – Lammens is only fourteen years old and seemingly a sure-fire prospect on the big stage for the future. It was the eventual champion Peach that halted the youngster’s progress at the last 16 stage and in fine fashion, running a seven-pack in his 9 – 1 victory. Peach said of the Belgian, “For a fourteen year old, he plays like a seasoned campaigner. I was lucky enough to get my break going against him but I saw his earlier matches and all I can say is that I’m very impressed. With Johan coaching him he’s in great hands.”

Even with the success of young Master Lammens, the biggest story in Colchester was the long overdue appearance of the real Andy Worthington. After a fantastic season on the EPBF EuroTour which has seen him qualify for this year’s World Pool Championships, Worthington finally produced the goods at home. It is his qualification to the ‘Worlds’ that he attributes his performance in Colchester, “It’s given me the confidence to go out and actually enjoy myself which is exactly what I did this weekend. I’m really pleased.” Other than Peach in the final, Bradley Parker was the only man to get the better of Worthington, winning 9 – 6 on the winners side of the draw on day one. Worthington went on to see off the challenge of BPPPA Junior Ollie Waters 7 – 4 to qualify for the straight knockout last 32 stage. Day two started in the best possible way for Worthington, a 9 – 0 pummelling of the confident Joe Sims was followed by a 9 – 5 win over Yorkshire 8 ball convert Lee Rigby. Worthington ended his quarter final hoodoo by producing his ‘A’ game at the right time, seeing off none other than BPPPA ranked number one Imran Majid, appearing in his first event since becoming the first ever British player to win a prestigious EuroTour title. Visibly pumped up after that win, Worthington retained his composure to out-play Tommy Donlon, looking for a record-breaking fourth consecutive BPPPA title, in the semis by 9 racks to 4. Worthington’s focus was tremendous and was undoubtedly the key to his success in Colchester – under-achiever no longer maybe?

‘The Dazzler’ qualified for Day two in a relative heartbeat, seeing off Neil Bodger 9 – 1 and Jack Triggs 9 – 3 – easy when you know how I guess. It was Victoria’s notorious character So Shaw that pushed Peach the hardest up until the final. Shaw lead 7 – 4 in the quarter final match up but Peach as always seemed to have that reserve of talent to edge out the contender, 9 – 7 in this case. Peach’s other victories came against an impressive Neil Margosian 9 – 6 in the last 32 and in the semi final Mark Gray, looking like he’s hitting close to form again. Even Peach’s fiercest rivals suggest he is an immeasurable asset to our sport

Ben Moore

BPPPA Press Officer



BPPPA Colchester Runner-Up Andy Worthington.



BPPPA Colchester Finalists (and good friends) Daryl Peach and Andy Worthington.



BPPPA Colchester Open Winner - Daryl Peach.



Ted Bristow, President of the BPPPA, at the Tournament Desk.



BPPPA Player Courtney Symons running the table.



BPPPA Junior Player Luke Pepperrel practicing at the Colchester Open.



(From L to R) Pascal Budo, Johan Ruysink, Mario Eckert,
Serge Delhaye, Stephen Lammens, Serge Das.




BPPPA Player Lee Rigby.



BPPPA Player Abhay Rao.



BPPPA Player Neil Margosian.



Mark Gray shoots whilst Damian Overton awaits his turn in the quarter-final match.



BPPPA Player Caroline Walch.



BPPPA Player Martinho Correia.



BPPPA Players Craig Osbourne and Courtney Symons.



Gilliano Smit.



PRO9 MEDIA


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with Johan Ruysink, Dutch National Coach (1.4Mb download).

Download PRO9.CO.UK's first ever PODCAST!!!


I thought I had missed my chance to get a quick interview and this was actually just supposed to be a quick chat to get some details using the Dictaphone instead of a note pad, but Johan Ruysink, the Dutch National Coach was such a professional and sounded so good that I've decided to use it.

I make no apologies for the sound quality as this wasn't supposed to be a podcast and I had no prepared questions, but I know we can get much better quality next time.


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Daryl Peach vs Mark Gray in their Quarter-Final match. (27Mb download).

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This is a 2 minute video of the final rack of the the Quarter-Final match between Daryl Peach and Mark Gray. It's the first ever Pro9 videocast and hopefully we'll do more if they're popular!

In an attempt to get it online as soon as possible it is uncompressed and may take a very long time to download (up to 2 minutes) due to high demand.

ENJOY!!!



THE STATS






THE LAST 32

Imran Majid

9 : 6

Tony Burton

Craig Osbourne

9 : 3

Steve Evans

Andy Worthington

9 : 0

Joe Sims

Lee Rigby

9 : 4

Das Serge

Tommy Donlon

9 : 6

Caroline Walch

Martinho Correia

9 : 8

Adam Smith

Abhay Rao

9 : 8

Mario Eckert

Courtney Symons

9 : 5

Bradley Parker

Mark Gray

9 : 5

Jonathan Mathers

Andy Nicholson

9 : 5

Martin Chapman

Gilliano Smit

9 : 6

Dave McCarthy

Damian Overton

9 : 2

Bob Harris

James Kay

9 : 4

James Taylor

So Shaw

9 : 5

David Hood

Stephen Lammens

9 : 7

Ian West

Daryl Peach

9 : 6

Neil Margosian




THE LAST 16

Imran Majid

9 : 2

Craig Osbourne

Andy Worthington

9 : 5

Lee Rigby

Tommy Donlon

9 : 5

Martinho Correia

Courtney Symons

9 : 4

Rao Abhay

Mark Gray

9 : 4

Andy Nicholson

Damian Overton

9 : 4

Gillianno Smit

So Shaw

9 : 7

James Kay

Daryl Peach

9 : 1

Stephen Lammens




THE QUARTER-FINALS

Andy Worthington

9 : 4

Imran Majid

Tommy Donlon

9 : 8

Courtney Symons

Mark Gray

9 : 7

Damian Overton

Daryl Peach

9 : 7

So Shaw




THE SEMI-FINALS

Andy Worthington

9 : 4

Tommy Donlon

Daryl Peach

9 : 4

Mark Gray




THE FINAL

Daryl Peach

11 : 10

Andy Worthington




THE 85 ENTRANTS
(76 Men, 2 Ladies, 7 Juniors)

Imran Majid
Daryl Peach
Mark Gray
Andy Worthington
David Walsh
Mike Rogers
Dean Mazirel
Jonathan Mathers
Joe Sims
Simon Widlo
Martinho Correia
Caroline Walch
Martin Chapman
Ian West
Stewart Colclough
David Hood
Damian Overton
Pete Blanchard
Abhay Rao
Kevin Brown
Luke Goodchild
So Shaw
Jon Davies
Dave Simmonds
Courtney Symons
Paul James
Craig Seeney
Dean Goddard
Ben Moore
Ollie Waters
Mario Eckert
Sam Sherwood
Jack Triggs
Gilliano Smit
Bradley Parker
Phil Williamson
Bob Harris
James Taylor
Lee Rigby
Richard Somauroo
Adam Collins
Wayne Rooke
Paul Tee
Jimmy Devlin
Adam Smith
Dominic Clemens
Matthew Hyden
Craig Osbourne
Bee Porter
Jamie Samuels
Simon D'Vali
Tony Burton
Jack Bloomfield
Ernesto Diaz
Andy Nicholson
Stephen Lallens
Nigel Sims
Steve Turnbull
Tommy Donlon
Geoff Edge
Stavros Tassos
Neil Bodger
Matt Lawrenson
Tony Gear
Gary Stewart
Alan Lowe
Steve Evans
Nigel Francis
Phil Morgan
James Kay
Chris Parker
Neil Margosian
Serge Delhaye
Serge Das
Pascal Budo
Luke Pepperell
Dave Carter
Andy Jeronimidis
Stefan Fisher
Dean Anderson
Lionel Brown
Ello Ladanjinha
Steve Lister
Ash Memon





                                     BPPPA COLCHESTER OPEN PAYOUT                                    
     1st.      £965.00
     2nd.      £480.00
     3rd.      £240.00
     4th.      £240.00
     5th.      £120.00
     6th.      £120.00
     7th.      £120.00
     8th.      £120.00
     9th.      £60.00
     10th.      £60.00
     11th.      £60.00
     12th.      £60.00
     13th.      £60.00
     14th.      £60.00
     15th.      £60.00
     16th.      £60.00
     TOTAL                 £2,885.00


 

  BPPPA


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Big Dave owns!!!!!!

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