Sandys Boat Club One 5 Warwick Workman’s Club Two 0
The opening two matches of this encounter saw the two players who represented Bermuda at the 2019 Pan American Snooker Championships in Houston, Texas earlier this month.
Paul Fedden would give Sandys Boat Club a 2 – 0 lead after defeating Steven Bremar 69-24 & 64-33, Martin Siese would make it 3 – 0 to Sandys Boat Club after he defeated Ray Desilva 60-24 and Peter Bromby defeated Zane Desilva 33-31 to give Sandys Boat Club a 4 – 0 lead, the Doubles team of Siese and Bromby made it a clean sweep for Sandys Boat Club after they defeated the Desilva pair 44-22.
Spanish Point Boat Club Two 3 Warwick Workman’s Club One 2
This match would come down to the Doubles with Spanish Point Boat Club Two edging the Warwick Workman’s Club One team 3 – 2. Kidd Mouchette would give Warwick Workman’s Club the lead after he defeated Billy Wotton 52-15, Scott Barnes would draw Spanish Point Boat Club level defeating Richard Burton 53-44, the match between Spanish Point Boat Club’s John Orr and Warwick Workman’s Club’s Gary Bascombe would end in a draw as Orr won the first game 45-43 and Bascome won the second game 62-57.
With the score deadlocked at 2 – 2 the Spanish Point Boat Club Doubles team of Wotton and Barnes would win the match after they defeated Mouchette and Burton 49-13.
Watford Sports Club 3 Royal Artillery Association 2
Watford Sports Club would take a 1 – 0 lead when Keino Zuill defeated Kyle Williams 54-30, the lead was doubled when Aaron Bean defeated Jelani Hollis 62-17. Royal Artillery Association’s Fred Richardson and Watford Sports Club’s Winslow Smith would split their game as Watford Sports Club would lead 3 – 1 at the conclusion of this match. Richardson won the first match 46-26, but then Smith would win the second game 73-27.
In the Doubles match Royal Artillery Association’s Hollis and Williams defeated Bean and Zuill 53-43.
Spanish Point Boat Club One 3 Sandys Boat Club Two 2
This match would also come down to the Doubles to decide, Tyler Siese gave Sandys Boat club the lead when he defeated Todd Dziak 47-37, but Ed Gumbs from Spanish Point Boat Club would level the match at 1 – 1 when he defeated Jim Mclenan 73-10. Stewart Greenslade from Spanish Point Boat Club split his two games with Chris Bromby from Sandys Boat Club to leave the math level at 2 – 2. Greenslade won the first game 51-30, but Bromby won the second game 44-34.
In the deciding Doubles match Spanish Point Boat Club pair Gumbs and Dziak defeated Siese and Mclenan 60-38.