MON - 12 - CLOSE
TUE - 12 - CLOSE
WED - 12 - CLOSE
THUR - 12 - CLOSE
FRI - 12 - 1AM
SAT - 11 - 1AM
SUNDAY - 12.30 - CLOSE
KIDS LICENSED UNTIL 8PM
Billy Stenhouse was crowned the Murrayfield Sports Bar’s pool champion after a thrilling final.
The cue king got the better of Sparky Forsyth, winning 7-3 to take the honours.
The semi-finals saw Billy defeat Brendan Toogood and Sparky get the better of Nico McLean, who went on to win the 3/4th place shoot-out.
Billy will no doubt be hoping to defend his crown when the new league breaks off, details of which will be announced in due course.
Organisers of the Cameron and Kyle White Memorial Darts Competition declared the day a resounding success, with more than £1000 being raised for the Simpson’s Memory Box Appeal.
Tuesday night is pool night at the Murrayfield Sports Bar with the Premier League in action until April.
The keenly-contested tournament is being played on a round-robin basis, where all 14 hopefuls will face each other during the competition.
The latter stages will see the top four finishers compete in play-offs for the top cash prize, with first playing fourth and second lining up against third.
Winners of the two ties will go head-to-head in the final, with the losers battling it out for the minor honours.
To keep things interesting at the other end of the league, the remaining ten players will compete in a mini-tournament with another cash prize at stake for the winner of this ‘second tier’ contest.
Billy Stenhouse is defending his crown this year having been crowned the first Premier League champion in December.
The prize pot is guaranteed to be at least £650!
Got a friend playing? Then come along and cheer them on!