Archive 2017/2018

This years AGM is to take place on Wednesday 20th June at Walkers Club starting at 19:30 prompt. The AGM will also include the presentation for the 2017/18 season.

All teams need to ensure that at least 1 representative is present should they be intending to register a team in the league for the 2018/19 season.

Hope to see as many of you possible.


Pat Wisedale


Pairs Handicap Final 2017/18 Result - Monday 1st May

G Ure (Monks ‘A’) beat B Hall (Richmonds 'A')

Congratulations to Gordon Ure and Chris Ure who are the winners of the 2017-18 pairs handicap. Commiserations to Brian Hall and Louis Davies Hampson who are this years runners up.

Indiviudal Merit Final 2017/18 Result - Thursday 27th April

Paul Dean (Culcheth Sports) beat Paul Nesbitt (Bridgewater 'A')

A really competitive final tonight was won by Paul Dean 3-2 who came back from 2-0 down. Commiserations to Paul Nesbitt who despite leading 2-0 and having a couple of chances to win the match in frame 3 and 4 should be very proud of his performance in a good quality final. As for this years winner Paul Dean, an excellent comeback and great cueing in the final few frames means he takes the warrington snooker league individual merit title for 2017/18.

Individual Handicap Final 2017/18 Result - Monday 23rd April

Jon Dastey (Culcheth Sports) beat Lee Kelly (Woolston 'A')

An excellent final was won by Jon 3-2. Good scoring from both players throughout the match and a near comeback from Lee after being 2-0 down made for an entertaining match. Well played to both players.
Commeiserations to Lee who is this years runner up but congratulations to Jon on becomming the 2017/18 Individual Handicap Champion.

Team Championship Final 2017/18 Result - Wednesday 18th April

Cadishead Cons ‘A’ beat GESM ‘A’

A high quality scoring final was won by Cadishead Cons ‘A’ over GESM ‘A’. Over the 6 frames there were 9 breaks of at least 20. Congratulations to Cadishead Cons ‘A’ who were excellent on the evening. No disgrace for GESM ‘A’ who just couldn’t find there league form on the night and match the quality that Cadishead produced.

Three Man Team Final 2017/18 Result - Tuesday 17th April

Lee Gordon (Richmonds 'A') beat Lee Chambers (GESM 'A')

Congratulations to Lee Gordons team which consisted of John Warren, Lee Gordon and Ian Molyneux who are the 2017/18 winners of the three man team who on the evening were too good for Lee 'Sid' Chambers team which consisted of Pat Wisedale, Darren Hunt and Lee 'Sid' Chambers who ended up runners up

Team Handicap Final 2017/18 Result - Wednesday 11th April

Woolston 'A' beat Kings Club 'B'

Congratulations to Woolston 'A' who for the second year running have won the Team Handicap competition. Commiserations to Kings Club 'B' who whilst being disappointed with the result should be very proud in reaching the final.


The match reports for Semi Finals and Finals that have been played so far are now showing in the documents tab.

Please click on the relevant match to read the match report.

If anyone attended the following matches and would like to make a quick report then please feel free to let me know and send it across;
06/03/2018 - Team Handicap Semi Final - Kings Club 'B' v Deaf Social 'B'
11/04/2018 - Team Handicap Final - Kings Club 'B' v Woolston 'A'
12/04/2018 - Individual Handicap Semi Final - Lee Kelly (Woolston 'A') v Mark Acton (Warrington Cons 'A')
16/04/2018 - Individual Merit Semi Final - Paul Nesbitt (Bridgewater 'A') v Scott Horobin (Woolston 'A')
23/04/2018 - Individual Merit Semi Final - Paul Oliver (Cadishead Cons 'A') v Paul Dean (Culcheth Sports)
26/04/2018 - Pairs Handicap Semi Final - Gordon Ure (Monks 'A') v James Frith (GESM 'C')
02/02/2018 - Pairs Handicap Final - Brian Hall (Richmonds 'A') v Gordon Ure (Monks 'A')

Some but not all will know I have the desire to open my own Snooker and Pool Hall in the North West preferably in or around Warrington. I have been working on this for a couple of years now and this is very close to becoming a reality. In the coming weeks to months this is going consume a heck of a lot of my time and I'll have very little free time outside of my day job now and moving forward. Sadly it is for this reason I am recluctanly going to have to stand down as the WSL... Chairman and leave the committee.

WSL is in a good place, with more teams now than when I came on board. All the hard work for the 2017/18 league is completed and the season should now run with relative ease so I think now is the right time to stand down, leaving Kenny plenty of time to replace me without any real impact. Especially now he's back fully fit! :0)

As some of you will know the role was dropped on me with little notice and in all honesty isn't something I'd of done in other circumstances. That being said I've thoroughly enjoyed my involvement over the last few years and made many new friends.

I hope I've helped you out in my short stint at the helm and my company Tiger Cues will continue to support the league with £200 sponsorship each year.

Good luck everyone this season!!

See you all around!

Cheers D.