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Joe Davis One Day Handicap Tournament - Entries Open

01/01/21 | Darryl Hill

£100 First Prize for event to be held at The Cue Zone on Sunday January 17th

Joe Davis Handicap One-Day Tournament 2020-2021 – The Cue Zone January 17th

Entries are now open for this year's Joe Davis event. This will be played to a finish on Sunday January 17th at The Cue Zone. The tournament will be a handicap knockout event and matches for the early rounds will be the best of three frames, subject to times the tournament director may increase frame distance for latter stages but players should be aware the tournament may remain the best of three frames throughout. This is open to both players registered with the association and players who are not. Should a player enter that is not registered, the committee will set that player's handicap for the event and have the power to alter it further during the day. Entries must be submitted with the fee of £5 by Sunday January 10th as the draw will be made the following day and the matches will then be scheduled. Six tables will be used, and the event will be run on a roll on roll off basis – after the initial six matches, match seven will then be placed on the first available table and so on. A plate competition will be held for all prelim and first round losers. The winner will receive £100 first prize, sponsored by The Cue Zone and a place in the 2021 Champion of Champions. 

Entry forms should be displayed in clubs; however, this is up to the club captains. We will accept TRANSFERS this season to the IOMBSA account, Account No: 12755729. Sort Code: 55-91-00, please put your name and the event you are entering as the reference. Entries can also be paid at The Cue Zone or entries can be posted to Darryl Hill, Competition Secretary, Thie Ny Chibbyr, Glen Road, Colby, IM9 4HW.  Please note that entries WILL NOT be accepted by e-mail. Completed entry forms and fees can also be given to any member of the Committee. Please note this season every player wishing to enter tournaments must submit one data protection form which can be downloaded from the association website at under documents. Players do not need to submit one form with every tournament entry just one with the first entry.

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