Next scheduled six red Sunday is on Sunday 11th November 2012 - registration on the day by 10:00am - ra
October 14th Report: Four players contested in one round robin group, best of 5 frame matches. Entrants were Garvin Gray, Darren Mahoney, Marius Bam and Michael Viles. Garvin Gray was victorious, winning all three of his matches. Darren Mahoney was second with two wins. Thanks to the players for your support of 6 Red – the “Twenty20 of Snooker”, and to the management of Q-Masters for their continued support of the QB&SA and the Staff for their consideration.
July 15th Report: Eight players contested in 2 round robin groups, best of 3 frames. New comers Brett Broderick, Jayme White, Mark Prociv, Callum Haggett & Lauren Jelly joined with Steve Springer, Matt Taylor and Forbes Davies. An excellent performance by Lauren Jelly gave her the opportunity to contest the semifinal going out to Steve Springer. In the other semi Jayme defeated Forbes and he went on to win the Final over Steve 3 frames to zero. Jayme also made two breaks of 38 throughout the day resulting in the High Break prize pool remaining in tact at $108 plus 10% of next month’s entry fees. Thanks to the players for your support of 6 Red – the “Twenty20 of Snooker”, and to the management of Q-Masters for their continued support of the QB&SA and the Staff for their consideration.
April 15th Report: Seven players contested the 4th “6 Red Sunday” comp at Q-Masters. At the end of the round robin fixtures, Darren Mahoney topped the group with 5 wins and 1 loss. Stephen Killoran, Marius Bam and Matt Taylor all qualified for the semi-finals, each winning 4 from 6 round robin matches. Macwin Fernandes, Leon Bam and Callum Mahoney were the other players. In the semi-finals, Darren accounted for Matt 2 frames to 1, clinching the deciding frame on the black ball. In the other semi-final, Stephen outclassed Marius with a 2-0 victory. Stephen defeated Darren in the final 2-1. Both players potted well throughout the competition and should be congratulated on their efforts. Thank you to the players for your support of 6 Red – the “Twenty20 of Snooker”, and to the management and staff at Q-Masters for their continued support of the QB&SA.
March 18th Report: The QBSA appreciates the time devoted by Mr Matt Taylor as Tournament Director and his report follows – We had 7 players, format was best of 3, round robin. Semifinals best of 3, Final best of 3. The winner was Ray Farley, runner up was Jakk Phillips. Score was 2-1. Losing semifinalists were Matt Taylor (vs Ray) and Garvin Gray (vs Jakk). Other players were Bronson Blackmore, Micky Monaghan and Marius Bam. Total game fees collected was $195 (6 x $30, 1 x $15). Total game fees paid out were $126 (first place), $63 (runner up). Ray Farley made a 50 break in round robin.
Feb 12th Report: Bruce Johnson came back in both the semifinal & Final from being 2 frames to nil to win in the Best of 5 frames to become the only winner of the QM Six Red Sunday event. Eight players participated with newcomers Micky Monaghan & Dallas Aitken performing well.
January 15th Report: 1st : Bruce Johnson won the inaugural Six Red Sunday @ QMasters defeating fellow Redlands RSL Snooker Club Member Regan Williams 3 frames to 2. HB pool to $42 fclimbsor a maximum 75. The second Six Red Sunday Tournament will be conducted on Sunday 12th February 2012. Hope to see Bruce Johnson as the defending winner front & centre. Same conditions apply and the Maximum of 75 Break has $18 in the pool PLUS this coming Sunday’s contribution – hope to see more players. Full details on link below.