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17/03/2018 21:26
Ladies - we should make more use of this website

14/07/2014 10:28
Can someone please put a link up to the IM draw

21/10/2013 14:33
Not sure Jenny, Gill is the person to ask as she is the Rep. Hoping the ladies still enter so we can get a team in 11s and hopefully 15s for 2014.

18/10/2013 13:12
How many ladies are entering the 2014 IM?

16/05/2013 22:20
Selection email have been sent.

02/05/2013 10:08
About And i will reschedule

02/05/2013 10:07
Girls the fundraiser I had organised is cancelled, fe other things happening on that day and I need to work as both my staff have decided to take holidays at the same time grrrrr can you all pass word

01/03/2013 21:13
I hope the tour doesnt go on that late Yvonne lol x

01/03/2013 16:44
11:00pm, car park outside red triangle cumbernauld!!!

22/02/2013 21:44
Time dat and venue gem for group hug? love

Fundraising

Scottish Ladies Tour Event One 2009

Scottish Ladies TourThirty nine players had registered their intention of playing in the 2009 Jacques Scottish Ladies Blackball Pool Tour. This is the fourth year of the ladies tour and this year a new partnership with Riley Clubs in Scotland commences for the ladies. The series is being sponsored by Jacques and thanks go to Riley’s Howard Miller for securing this deal for ladies pool in Scotland.

The tour is mandatory for all Scotland Ladies International Players with the World Masters Championships in Bridlington just around the corner a good turnout was expected. Again this year a few new players have entered the tour and I am pleased to see new talent continuing to emerge throughout the ladies game in Scotland, long may this continue.

A few players were unable to make the first event which resulted in twenty nine ladies descending on Penicuik, Midlothian at 11:00 Hrs for Event 1.

Last 32



Fiona Herd was against Amy Anderson in the first match of the day; Amy was running a little late and lost the first frame due to this. Fiona took full advantage of this and progressed to the last 16 with a 6-3 victory. Tour debutant Rae McClymont played Lynsey Selkirk and took a 5-2 lead before Lynsey dug deep and came back to win by 6 frames to 5. Gillian Hayes progressed to the last 16 with a good 6-4 victory over Diane Colville. Denise Laing looked to be struggling at 3-1 down against newcomer Vandana Hegde but managed to pull it together and progressed with a comfortable 6-3 victory. Scotland Ladies Captain Shona Lucas made the trip north and was up against another newcomer Gemma Clyde in the first round. Shona progressed to the last 32, winning by 6 frames to 1. A talented Laura Colquhoun was next up against Sandra Bell; Laura comprehensively made the next round with an impressive 6-0 victory. Yvonne Saunders looked in impressive form and defeated Terri Lapsley by 6 frames to 0. Next match was Inverness player Joanne Macpherson against Katie Black, Joanne looked impressive winning by 6 frames to 1. Karlyn Coghill defeated Jenny Lawson in a final frame decider, Kim Black against Katie Paterson was a tense affair with both players finishing well, Kim progressed with a 6-4 victory. Pauline Selkirk had a fine 6-3 victory over Louise Hillman. Gaynor McHaffie defeated Lisa Dominick by 6 frames to 2 in a match that was a lot closer than the score line suggests. The final match was a cracker, a repeat of last year's grand final with Leanne Evans up against Sarah Trudgett, Leanne reversed the grand final result and progressed to the last 16 with an impressive 6-2 victory.

Last 16

Elaine Campbell was up against Fiona Herd in the first last 16 match. Elaine progressed with a comfortable 6-2 victory, setting up a quarter final tie against Gillian Hayes who defeated Lynsey Selkirk by the same score line. Next match was Denise Laing against Scotland ladies a captain, Shona Lucas; Shona comfortably progressed with a fine 6-1 victory. Yvonne Ewing had a difficult match against talented Laura Colquhoun; Yvonne played well and won by 6 frames to 3. Yvonne Saunders was up against Joanne Macpherson a match that could have gone either way, Yvonne played well winning by 6 frames to 2. Karlyn Coghill seems to have a taste for final frame deciders and once again held her nerve to defeat Kim Black and progress to her first quarter final. Gaynor McHaffie was defeated by 6 frames to 4 by Pauline Selkirk which set up a quarter final clash after Linda Gillies defeated Leanne Evans in another fantastic match that went to a final
frame decider.

Quarter-Finals

The quarter finals put Elaine Campbell against Gillian Hayes, Elaine took a 3-0 lead but Gillian showed true determination and came through to win by 6 frames to 4. The next quarter final mirrored the above, Yvonne Ewing took a 3-0 lead and Shona Lucas repeated Gill's feat and progressed with a 6-4 victory. Yvonne Saunders was very impressive in her 6-0 victory over Karlyn Coghill; this set up a semi final against Linda Gillies after Linda managed to hold her nerve and progress with a 6-5 victory over Pauline Selkirk.

Semi-Finals

Shona Lucas was up against Gillian Hayes in the first semi-final. A match that could have gone either way and Gillian prevailed to progress to the final with a very good 6-4 victory. Linda Gillies seemed to have has enough of final frame deciders and looked very strong in progressing to the final with an impressive 6-0 victory over Yvonne Saunders.

Final
The final was played between Gillian Hayes and Linda Gillies with a decent amount of girls staying behind to watch the final. Linda secured her victory with a very impressive 6-0 victory. Well done Gillian in reaching the final and special mention to Linda in winning the first event of the season, brilliant a player whom I feel we all have to catch this season and one of the nicest ladies in the game.

All in all, another very successful first tour event for this season. Thanks go to Howard Miller (Riley's), Jacques and the staff/management of The New Yorker in Penicuik for hosting the event and I am sure we are all looking forward to the next event which is being held on Saturday 20th June, 2009 (I have still to source the venue but will let everyone know in the next week or two).

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