Pool competition at Prickwillow

PUBLISHED: 17:08 26 August 2014 | UPDATED: 17:08 26 August 2014

Pool challenge at Prickwillow

Pool challenge at Prickwillow

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A pool competition takes place at HIAM Sports and Social Club in Prickwillow with a £50 prize for the winner.

The challenge takes place on Sunday September 7 at 6pm.

It costs £1 for each player, age 16 plus, with just 16 places available.

To enter you need to book in advance. The play order will be drawn on Saturday September 6.

To enter text Tina Abbs on 07810-060548 or email tinaabbs@hotmail.co.uk.

The Club is also interested in forming a league team. Contact Tina for more information.

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