Wednesday, October 01, 2014
2014 ISL Tournament Minimize

2014
ISL Tournament

Hosted by
Toronto, Canada

Winners of Team Play
New York Athletic Club: Ahmed El Sayid, Isa Ismaili and Jamie Brunn

Runner up:
Toronto: Paul Flemming, Nick Macos, David Carbonaro

The President's Trophy 
New York: Terry Dunne 

Open and Divisional High Break Results
Open: Rick Rady – 63
A Division: Kenny Shea – 58
B Division: Nick Macos – 25
C Division: Mone Fong – 16

Individual Results
Singles Handicap Winner: Steve Bremar     
Singles Handicap Runner Up: Rick Duncan

Scratch Winner: Rick Rady
Scratch Runner Up: Kenneth Shea

Don Thomas Winner: Tom Greennan 
Don Thomas Runner Up: Aaron Bean 

Doubles Winners: Rick Rady and Steve Tuck
Doubles Runner Up: Herd Lehman and Mike Mitchell 


 

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2013 ISL Tournament Minimize

2013
ISL Tournament

Hosted by
Halifax, Canada

New York Knights Wins Team Play!
The New York Knights team of : Ahmed El Sayid, Isa Ismaili and Jamie Brunn are the 2013 ISL Tournament winnters. 
The runners up in Team play was Terminal City Club 1 of : Tim Rodenbush, Larry MacDonald and Keith Windsor.

Division Results!

A division winner is Tim Rodenbush
A division high break is Ahmed El Sayid with 48

B division winner is Maurice Hawkins
B division high break is Stephen Pavlick with 31

C division winners are Jamie Brunn & Mone Fong
C division high break is John Carswell with 22


Individual Results!

Singles Handicap Winner is Peter Thomson
Singles Handicap Runner Up is Paul Flemming

Scratch Winner is Paul Flemming
Scratch Runner Up is Kenny Shea

Don Thomas Winner is Richard Mackenzie
Don Thomas Runner Up is Richard Ellis

Tournament High Break was Ahmed El Sayid with 48

Doubles Winners are Paul Flemming and Maurice Doucet
Doubles Runner Up are Kenny Shea and Richard Strand


 

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2012 Fall Tournament Minimize

2012 Fall Tournament

Hosted by NYAC

Winners in New York Mini Tournament at the NYAC

Singles Handicap

Winner: George Molnar, Toronto
Runner Up: Paul Schrumm, Toronto

Doubles Handicap

Winner: Paul Flemming & Herb Lehman
Runner Up: George Molnar & Paul Schrumm

Singles Scratch:

Winner: Isa Ismaili
Runner Up: Rick McKenzie


 


2012 ISL Tournament Minimize

2012 ISL Tournament

Hosted by Bermuda

Bermuda Wins Team Play!
The Bermuda team of : Stewart Greenslade, Richard Beale, & Aaron Bean wins Team play in Bermuda

Division Results!

A division winner is Ahmed El Sayid
A division high run is Paul Flemming 76

B division winner is Mike Zimmerman
B division high run is Isa Ismali 40

C division winner is Aaron Bean
C division high run is Timmy Sousa 26

Paul Flemming wins Don Thomas

Steve Bremner wins Handicap singles

Pat Brake & Larry MacDonald win doubles

Herb Lehman upsets singles scratch with a masterfully win over favorite Paul Flemming.


 


President Minimize

Maurice Doucet


Past President Minimize

Noel Miller-Cheevers


Honorary Members Minimize

Allison Fisher
Born: February 24 1968
Representing : England

Allison Fisher (born 24 February 1968) is an English professional pool (and former professional snooker) player. She won her first world title at the age of 17. To date, she has won over 80 national titles and 11 world titles in total. Fisher did not take long to make her mark in the world of pool, winning only the second tournament that she played in. She has an unequaled record, winning 50 WPBA titles, which includes 4 world 9-Ball championships. Since her move, she has also been the highest-earning player on a number of occasions, which takes into account male and female players. Matchroom sports invited her to play in the Matchroom snooker league, and she was also invited to play in the Mosconi Cup 1994, when Europe lost 16:12 against Team USA.Fisher was nicknamed "the Duchess of Doom" and gained a reputation similar to that of the fifteen-time darts world champion Phil Taylor and snooker players Joe Davis, Steve Davis and Stephen Hendry in the 1930s and 80s–90s, respectively.


 

Ray Reardon
Born: October 8 1932
Representing : Wales

In 1957, Ray Reardon was nearly killed when he was trapped for three hours after a mining accident. After his lucky escape, he decided to quit the Welsh pits and find employment as a policeman in Stoke. The English Amateur champion in 1964, Ray captured his first World Professional title in 1970 and went on to dominate the decade by winning the World title on another five occasions including a remarkable quartet of successes from 1973-1976. A former president of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association, Ray remains a snooker legend and managed to reach the semi-finals of the World Championship in 1985 - at the age of 53! Awarded an MBE for his services to snooker, Ray was a role model for many young players coming into the game in the 1970's and 1980's.
CAREER HIGHLIGHTS - winner World Championship (1970, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1978), Pot Black (1969), B&H Masters (1976), Professional Players' Tournament (1982), Yamaha

 


Cliff Thorburn
Born: January 16 1948
Representing : Canada

Cliff Thorburn will always be remembered for becoming the first overseas player to win the Embassy World Championship in 1980 AND for being the first player to compile a World Championship 147 maximum in 1983. He was also the first player to make TWO 147's, his second maximum coming in the Matchroom League in 1989. Nicknamed "The Grinder" for his steely determination to win, Cliff reached two World finals, claiming the famous trophy in 1980 with an 18-16 victory over Alex Higgins. World No.1 in the 1981/82 season, Cliff enjoyed the unique surroundings of the Wembley Conference Centre for the Benson and Hedges Masters, taking the gold trophy on three occasions in 1983, 1985 and 1986. He also revelled in the World Team Cup as he skippered Canada to victory in 1982 and 1990.


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