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Country Week 2010

A tournament wrap-up from Adrian Lancaster (WAEBF Country Representative & State Team Trials Tournament Director):

Well Country Week is all over for another year, thankyou to all who helped make it another successful year.

Congratulations to all the winning teams and also to all the individual award winners.

Attached is all the results from each division played over the weekend.

I would like to thank Paul Barrett on a great Grand Final - He's a class player, easy to see why he's got a state team jacket, I managed to get lucky a couple of times in fact Sonny has given me a new nickname - luckylegs Lancaster.

I must thank the Federation for all their work behind the scenes, Terry Green, Trevor Kitson, Winston Richards, Bec Eves, Ros Johnson, Bec Evans and all the others that pitched in. To All WA Pool Tables, fantastic effort, the tables were great to play on and we really appreciate  your efforts over the weekend. The venue was very good although lighting is still a problem and having the Bar in the playing area is not ideal.


Most awarded towns

Town

1st Place

2nd Place

Peel

3 wins

1 second

Bunbury

1 win

4 seconds

Geraldton

2 wins

2 seconds

Albany

2 wins


Kalgoorlie

1 win


Narrogin

1 win

 

Blackwood


1 second

Katanning


1 second

Karratha


1 second

Champion Town Award

I made a huge mistake when calculating who won the Champion Town award – (I divided Kalgoorlie's score by 5 teams instead of 7 teams)

I have informed the relative towns of this situation.

Below is the official scores for all the teams sorted in  descending order of town average.

Town

Games

Teams

Average

Bunbury

383

9

42.56

Karratha

206

5

41.20

Peel

389

10

38.90

Albany

191

5

38.20

Geraldton

333

9

37.00

Kalgoorlie

257

7

36.71

Katanning

142

4

35.50

Narrogin

142

4

35.50

Blackwood

106

3

35.33

Northam

101

4

25.25

At first glance it was a little surprising that Peel did not win this award given they won the 1st, 2nd & 3rd divisions and were 2nd in the 5th Division.

However Bunbury proved to be the more consistent town through all the divisions finishing with the highest town average since Peel in 2005.

There has been some discussion on the way this award is calculated and whether it should be called "Champion Town" or something else.

You opinions and input are welcome.

Please feel free to reply with any ideas, input or constructive criticisms, that way things can only improve.

 

Thankyou

Adrian Lancaster