Ashland Pool Leagues

2014 - 2015

Monday - A League (Open League)
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Sundays - Airport Inn and Barrel Inn
Tuesdays - Oredock Saloon
Saturdays - A Nickels Worth (7-midnight)
Saturdays - Mugs and Scott & Ar’s

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Monday - B League (Mens League)
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10/06/14


10/13/14

 
10/20/14

 
10/27/14


11/03/14


11/17/14


11/24/14


12/01/14

 

12/08/14

 

12/15/14

 

12/22/14

 

12/29/14

 

01/05/15

 

01/12/15

 

01/19/15

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Notice from THE LEAGUE

 

Subject:  A-League and Sharking

 

Several calls have been placed within the last couple weeks regarding complaints about “sharking”, and general pool etiquette. Because this is not outlined clearly in our basic set of rules, we will clarify how situations will be handled regarding this.

 

This is not an attempt to “rewrite” the rules, but rather explain league policy, and we will use A-League rule # 15 as authorization for League President to make this rule clarification.

 

While at the table, all league players have to right to be able to shoot their shot without unwarranted distractions. “Sharking” will not be tolerated. Sharking can be easily summed up as this: any player causing a distraction that could affect the shooting player’s right to shoot his shot distraction free. Sharking can include, but is not limited to:

             Movement in line of vision of shooter

             Making noises to distract shooter (tapping cue stick on floor while he is shooting, for example)

             Talking to shooter while he is attempting to shoot

             ANY other verbal or physical action that could be interpreted as attempting to distract the shooter.

First “sharking” offense will result in a foul, and ball in hand for opponent.

Second “sharking” offense will be loss of game.

 

We realize this is supposed to be a FUN league, played in a bar where many factors are out of both players control. This is meant to clarify what will be and what won’t be allowed that IS in the players’ control. Bottom line is this, we are here to have fun; being disrespectful to the opponents right to shoot his/her game without unnecessary distraction takes away from the fun, and will not be tolerated.

 

Any questions that arise regarding sharking, please contact Scotty.