KEITH JAWAHIR IS OUR SUMMER 2018 SINGLES CHAMPION

Another great season of NAPL Singles 9-Ball wrapped up this weekend.  After 15 weeks of regular season play, players from the NY-area's NAPL singles leagues came together to find out who's the best in their class and who has what it takes win the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion title. 

Held at Steinway Billiards August 25th & 26th, players faced off against others in their handicap class in four separate tournament brackets to claim cash prizes and bragging rights for best in class of the NAPL singles league.  These final four winners continued on to compete in championship style in a new double elimination tournament to determine who was THE best overall.  Check it out! 

Want to see how things played out?  Check out the Facebook Live videos posted by Tony Robles. 

  NAPL Summer 2018 Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four   L-R: Steve Viras (4th), Mark Zamora (3rd), Irene Kim (2nd), and Keith Jawahir (1st)

NAPL Summer 2018 Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four
L-R: Steve Viras (4th), Mark Zamora (3rd), Irene Kim (2nd), and Keith Jawahir (1st)

Summer 2018 Class Champions 

During playoffs, players first compete for the title of Champion of their own handicap class in a true double elimination tournament before fighting for top prize.  Mark Zamora (B) and Steve Viras (C) both took the challenge head on, going undefeated in their respective class brackets to move onto the Grand Champion bracket.  Irene Kim (D+) took a more difficult path.  Having sent Suzzie Wong (6-3) to the loss side earlier in the tourney, Wong made her way back to challenge Kim, beating her 6-4.  Down in the 2nd set, Kim came from behind to win 6-5 and claim the class champion title.   Keith Jawahir (C+) took the hardest road of all, losing in the very first round to Kagan Yilmaz 6-7.  Jawahir fought his way through the loss-side bracket to meet Yilmaz again, beating Yilmaz twice in double hill sets to win the class title. 

Congrats to all for top notch performances!

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Final Four 


Earning the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion title is no small feat.  To even have a chance, one must first rise to the top and claim the title of Best in Class, or Champion of their division.  Mark Zamora, Keith Jawahir, Steve Viras and Irene Kim did exactly that this weekend.  With this achievement under their belts, they faced off in a new double elimination tournament for top honors. 

Mark Zamora, B & Higher Division Champion, took on Keith Jawahir, Champ of the C+ Class, while Steve Viras, C Division Champ, faced off against Irene Kim, the D+/D Class Champion.  Click the pic to see how the drama unfolded. 

In the end, "there can be only one."   This season, due to player feedback, a true double elimination final was adopted instead of the extended race.   Irene Kim sat in the hot seat, prepared to play Keith Jawahir in the finals.  She defeated Steve Viras (6-1) and battled Mark Zamora (9-8), but fell to Keith Jawahir 8-4 in the first set.  Unable to recover, Jawahir downed the 2nd set 8-5, to put an exclamation point on his win.  A very well-deserved congratulations to Keith Jawahir, the new NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion! 

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Fun fact!  Since changing the NAPL playoffs to the four chart format, a D+ has been in the hot seat in the last 5 seasons.  Anyone can win.  Will you be next?  New season starts next week!  For more details, see below. 

Andrew Tasso is the Winter/Spring 2018 NAPL Singles Champion!

Winter/Spring 2018

  NAPL Winter/Spring 2018 Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four L-R:  Kanami Chau (3rd), Allison LaFleur (2nd), Julian Tierney (4th), and Andrew Tasso (1st)

NAPL Winter/Spring 2018 Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four
L-R:  Kanami Chau (3rd), Allison LaFleur (2nd), Julian Tierney (4th), and Andrew Tasso (1st)

During playoffs each season, players first compete for the title of Champion of their own handicap class before fighting for top prize.  For the first time, each class champion, Julian Tierney (B+), Andrew Tasso (C+), Kanami Chau (C) and Allison LaFleur (D+), dominated their charts, going undefeated to win their class.

 Congrats to all for top notch performances! 

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Final Four

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Earning the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion title is no small feat.  To even have a chance, one must first rise to the top and claim the title of Best in Class, or Champion of their division.  Julian Tierney, Andrew Tasso, Kanami Chau and Allison LaFleur did exactly that this weekend.  With this achievement under their belts, they faced off in a new double elimination tournament for top honors.

Julian Tierney, B & Higher Division Champion, took on Andrew Tasso, Champ of the C+ Class, while Kanami Chau, C Division Champ, faced off against Allison LaFleur, the D+/D Class Champion.  Click the pic to see how the drama unfolded.

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In the end, "there can be only one."  Allison LaFleur sat in the hot seat, prepared to battle against Andrew Tasso in the finals.  LaFleur had sent Tasso to the loss side in the hot seat match with a decisive 7-4 win, but Tasso was ready for the rematch.  He got to 7 first, sealing the deal in the extended race with a 9-6 win over LaFleur.  A very well-deserved congratulations to Andrew Tasso, the new NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion!

Congrats to the Winter/Spring 2018 Divisional Winners!

Kudos to each of the players listed below!  They played their best every week, working hard to earn the top spots in their divisions.  Great job!  

  NAPL Singles 9-Ball Divisional Winners -   Winter/Spring 2018     L-R: Mark Antonetti, Drew Cicoria, Irene Kim, Bobby Burns, Paul Lyons, Panos Exarhos, Joe DeVito, Jim Curti, Luis Ortiz, Bob DePasca, Mark Zamora, Annie Flores

NAPL Singles 9-Ball Divisional Winners - Winter/Spring 2018

L-R: Mark Antonetti, Drew Cicoria, Irene Kim, Bobby Burns, Paul Lyons, Panos Exarhos, Joe DeVito, Jim Curti, Luis Ortiz, Bob DePasca, Mark Zamora, Annie Flores

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Congratulations to CHRIS KAISER, the new NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion!

FALL 2017 NAPL Championships

  NAPL  Fall 2017  Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four  L-R:  Chris Kaiser (1st), Kanami Chau (2nd), Paul Lyons (3rd) and Jerry Almodovar (4th)

NAPL Fall 2017 Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four
L-R:  Chris Kaiser (1st), Kanami Chau (2nd), Paul Lyons (3rd) and Jerry Almodovar (4th)

Another great season of NAPL Singles 9-Ball wrapped up this weekend.  After 15 weeks of regular season play, players from the NY-area's NAPL singles leagues came together to find out who's the best in their class and who has what it takes to call himself or herself the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion.

Held at Steinway Billiards January 6th & 7th, players faced off against others in their handicap class in three separate tournament brackets to claim cash prizes and bragging rights for best in class of the NAPL singles league.  The C+ Class players were combined with the B & Higher, with the furthest advancing C+ players playing off for top spot.  These final four winners continued on to battle in championship style in a new double elimination tournament to determine who was THE best overall.  Check it out!

Fall 2017 Class Winners

During playoffs each season, players first compete for the title of Champion of their own handicap class before fighting for top prize.  Jerry Almodovar (B), Chris Kaiser (C), and Kanami Chau (D+)  all dominated their charts, going undefeated to win their class.

Paul Lyons (C+)  took a more difficult path, having lost his first round match.  The C+ Class chart had been combined with the B and Higher due to the number of players competing, however they played within their own bracket until that part of the chart merged with the rest.  In the end, Andrew Tasso and Paul Lyons were eliminated at the same point (5th/6th) and played a final match to determine the winner from the C+ division.  

Congrats to all for top notch performances! 

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Final Four

Earning the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion title is no small accomplishment.  To even have a chance, one must first rise to the top and claim the title of Best in Class, or Champion of their division.  Jerry Almodovar, Paul Lyons, Chris Kaiser and Kanami Chau did exactly that this weekend.  With this achievement under their belts, they faced off in a new double elimination tournament for top honors.

Jerry Almodovar, B & Higher Division Champion, took on Paul Lyons, Champ of the C+ Class, while Chris Kaiser, C Division Champ, faced off against Kanami Chau, the D+/D Class Champion.  Click the pic to see how the drama unfolded.

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In the end, "there can be only one."  Kanami Chau sat in the hot seat, prepared to battle against Chris Kaiser in the finals.  Chau had sent Kaiser to the loss side in the first round with a decisive 6-3 win, and beat Paul Lyons in a double hill match to sit in the hot seat, but Kaiser was ready for the rematch.  He got to 6 first, sealing the deal in the extended race with an 8-3 win over Chau.  A very well-deserved congratulations to Chris Kaiser, the new NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion!

Congrats to the Fall 2017 Divisional Winners!

Kudos to each of the players listed below!  They played their best every week, working hard to earn the top spots in their divisions.  Great job!   

  NAPL Singles 9-Ball Divisional Winners -   Fall 2017    L-R: Kanami Chau, Bob DePasca, Suzzie Wong, Julian Tierney, Mike Flick, Chris Kaiser, Brendan Traynor, Robert Capurso, Luis Ortiz

NAPL Singles 9-Ball Divisional Winners - Fall 2017
L-R: Kanami Chau, Bob DePasca, Suzzie Wong, Julian Tierney, Mike Flick, Chris Kaiser, Brendan Traynor, Robert Capurso, Luis Ortiz

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Congrats to Brendan Traynor our Newest NAPL Singles Champion!

Summer 2017 NAPL Singles Championships

  NAPL  Summer 2017  Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four  L-R:  Matt Marchese (3rd), Jerry DeLeo (4th), Brendan Traynor (1st), Debra Pritchett (2nd)

NAPL Summer 2017 Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four
L-R:  Matt Marchese (3rd), Jerry DeLeo (4th), Brendan Traynor (1st), Debra Pritchett (2nd)

Another great season of NAPL Singles 9-Ball wrapped up this weekend.  After 15 weeks of regular season play, players from the NY-area's five NAPL singles leagues came together to find out who's the best in their class and who has what it takes to call themselves the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion.

Held at Steinway Billiards September 9th & 10th, players faced off against others in their handicap class in four separate tournament brackets to claim cash prizes and bragging rights for best in class of the NAPL singles league.  These final four winners continued on to battle in championship style in a new double elimination tournament to determine who was THE best overall.  If you missed the free live stream on AZBtv (many thanks, "Upstate Al"!), keep on reading to find out more.  Check it out!

Summer 2017 Class Winners

During playoffs each season, players first compete for the title of Champion of their own handicap class before fighting for top prize.  While Brendan Traynor (A+) and Matt Marchese (C) dominated by coming through on the win-side of their charts to the hot seat, Traynor nearly lost the top spot to fellow Irishman Julian Tierney (B) in the B & Higher division final.  In true double elimination format, Tierney won the first set 9-6, delivering Traynor his first loss, only to suffer heart-breaking defeat by hanging his money ball in the hill-hill 2nd match. Both waited for it to drop, but in the end Traynor emerged victorious.  

Jerry DeLeo (C+) and Debra Pritchett (D+) took the harder road.  Both managed the difficult feat of coming from the one-loss side to beat the hot seat player in double sets.  DeLeo gained C+ Class Champ status by defeating Andrew Tasso (the one who sent DeLeo to the loss-side) 7-4, 7-4, while Pritchett beat Rob Capurso 6-3 in the first set and sealed the deal by winning the 2nd set hill-hill.   Congrats to all for top notch performances!

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Garnering the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion title is no small accomplishment.  To even have a chance, one must first rise to the top and claim the title of Best in Class, or Champion of their division.  Brendan Traynor, Jerry DeLeo, Matt Marchese and Debra Pritchett did exactly that this weekend.  With this achievement under their belts, they faced off in a new double elimination tournament for top honors.

Brendan Traynor, B & Higher Division Champion, took on Jerry DeLeo, Champ of the C+ Class, while Matt Marchese, C Division Champ (and defending Grand Champion), faced off against Debra Pritchett, the D+/D Class Champion.  Click the pic to see how the drama unfolded.

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In the end, "there can be only one."  Debra Pritchett sat in the hot seat, prepared to battle against Brendan Traynor in the finals.  But Traynor was determined to make up for the mistakes he made when he played Pritchett the first time  and lost 10-1. Giving Pritchett 6 on 10 and the 8-ball, Traynor quickly made up ground by not letting Pritchett get to the table other than to kick at a ball, reaching 10 first to her 7.  In the extended race to 12, Pritchett kept her cool and did her best, playing defense and capitalizing on the few opportunities given to her.  She tied the score 10-10, but in the end it wasn't quite enough.  Final score was 12-10.  A very well-deserved congratulations to Brendan, the new NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion!

Congrats to the Summer 2017 Divisional Winners!

Kudos to each of the players listed below!  They played their best every week, working hard to earn the top spots in their divisions.  Great job!   

  NAPL Singles 9-Ball Divisional Winners -   Summer 2017    L-R: Bill Maguire, Joe DeVito, Debra Pritchett, Jim Gutierrez, Julian Tierney, Andrew Tasso, Frank Grippo, Paul Lyons, Brendan Traynor, Mike Thielle

NAPL Singles 9-Ball Divisional Winners - Summer 2017
L-R: Bill Maguire, Joe DeVito, Debra Pritchett, Jim Gutierrez, Julian Tierney, Andrew Tasso, Frank Grippo, Paul Lyons, Brendan Traynor, Mike Thielle

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Winter/Spring 2017 Season Team 8

CONGRATS to the NAPL Manhattan Team 8-Ball
Winter/Spring 2017 Champs
ROGER'S GANG

 L-R: Paul MacFarland, Tony Semar, Justin Skeels, Dympna McDonald (Captain), Paul Galligan, Ray Walsh, Kali Kali and Ben Smith (not pictured).

L-R: Paul MacFarland, Tony Semar, Justin Skeels, Dympna McDonald (Captain), Paul Galligan, Ray Walsh, Kali Kali and Ben Smith (not pictured).

Last night, the Manhattan Team 8-Ball League held their Winter/Spring 2017 playoff finals at Paddy McGuire'sRoger's Gang took down Just the Tip in a decisive match, beating them 3-0.  Congrats on a hard fought win!

Congratulations to MATT MARCHESE, the new NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion!

Winter/Spring 2017 NAPL Singles Championships

  NAPL  Winter/Spring 2017  Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four  L-R:  Matt Marchese (1st), Jim Gutierrez (2nd), Mike Flick (3rd), Julian TIerney (4th)

NAPL Winter/Spring 2017 Singles 9-Ball Championship Final Four
L-R:  Matt Marchese (1st), Jim Gutierrez (2nd), Mike Flick (3rd), Julian TIerney (4th)

Another great season of NAPL Singles 9-Ball wrapped up this weekend.  After 15 weeks of regular season play, players from the NY-area's four NAPL singles leagues came together to find out who's the best in their class and who has what it takes to call themselves the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion.

Held at Steinway Billiards May 20th & 21st, players faced off against others in their handicap class in four separate tournament brackets to claim cash prizes and bragging rights for best in class of the NAPL singles league.  These final four winners continued on to battle in championship style in a new double elimination tournament to determine who was THE best overall.  If you missed the free live stream on AZBtv (many thanks, "Upstate Al"!), keep on reading to find out more.  Check it out!

Winter/Spring 2017 Class Winners

During playoffs each season, players first compete for the title of Champion of their own handicap class before fighting for top prize.  While Julian Tierney (C+) and Matt Marchese (C) dominated by coming through on the win-side of their charts, Mike Flick (B) and Jim Gutierrez (D+) took the harder road - both lost  in their hot seat matches on Saturday to Annie Flores (7-2) and Damein Walker (6-4), respectively .  Flick and Gutierrez returned on Sunday determined to defeat the last standing player on the loss-side of their respective brackets (Juan Pellot and Carmine Andujar) in order to play a rematch (times 2!) against the ones who sent them to the loss-side.  Flick beat Flores twice 7-4 in back-to-back sets, while Gutierrez defeated Walker 6-5, 6-4, to gain their titles of best in class.  Congrats to all for top notch performances!

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Final Four

To be crowned NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion is no small feat.  To even have a chance, one must first rise to the top of his or her division and claim the title of Best in Class, or Champion of their division.  Mike Flick, Julian Tierney, Matt Marchese and Jim Gutierrez did exactly that this weekend.  With this achievement, they then faced off in a new double elimination tournament for top honors.

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Mike Flick, B & Higher Division Champion, took on Julian Tierney, Champ of the C+ Class, while Matt Marchese, C Division Champ, faced off against Jim Gutierrez, the D+/D Class Champion.  Click the pic to see how the drama unfolded.

In the end, "there can be only one."  Jim Gutierrez sat in the hot seat, thinking he was prepared to face off against Matt Marchese in the finals.  But Marchese was determined to take his revenge on Gutierrez who sent him to the loss side earlier with a resounding 6-0 win.  With focus and lots of great defensive play, Matt Marchese emerged victorious with an answering 8-2 win (race to 6, extended to 8) to take the NAPL Singles 9-Ball Grand Champion title.  Congrats Matt!!

Congrats to the Winter/Spring 2017 Divisional Winners!

Congrats to the Winter/Spring 2017 Divisional Winners!

Each of the players listed below deserves a hearty congrats.  They played their best every week, working hard to earn the top spots in their divisions.  Great job!   

  NAPL Singles 9-Ball Divisional Winners -   Winter/Spring 2017    L-R:  Joe DeVito, Damein Walker, Leons Baranovskis, Matt Marchese, Ray Lozado, Esteban Morell, Annie Flores, Andrea Shiffman, Julian Tierney, Mike Flick, Adalberto Nazario, Jim Gutierrez

NAPL Singles 9-Ball Divisional Winners - Winter/Spring 2017
L-R:  Joe DeVito, Damein Walker, Leons Baranovskis, Matt Marchese, Ray Lozado, Esteban Morell, Annie Flores, Andrea Shiffman, Julian Tierney, Mike Flick, Adalberto Nazario, Jim Gutierrez

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FALL 2016 TEAM 8-Ball Season

CONGRATS to the NAPL Manhattan Team 8-Ball
Fall 2016 Champs
BEAUTY AND THE BEASTS!

 L-R:  Jason DuMond, Don Close, Ada Lio, Carlos Zarzuela, Alex Gregorio, Eric Chapdelaine and Terresa Jackson (not pictured)

L-R:  Jason DuMond, Don Close, Ada Lio, Carlos Zarzuela, Alex Gregorio, Eric Chapdelaine and Terresa Jackson (not pictured)

Last night, the Manhattan Team 8-Ball League held their Fall 2016 playoff finals at Paddy McGuire'sBeauty and the Beasts took down I'm Your Huckleberry in a close match, beating them 3-2.  Congrats on a hard fought win!

Congratulations to Mike Flick for winning top prize!

Fall 2016 NAPL Singles 9-Ball Championship

 L-R:  Brendan Traynor (2nd), Mike Flick (1st), Adalberto Nazario (4th), Debra Pritchett (3rd)

L-R:  Brendan Traynor (2nd), Mike Flick (1st), Adalberto Nazario (4th), Debra Pritchett (3rd)

Did you know you compete in your own class?
 

During playoffs each season, you first battle for bragging rights in your own handicap division before claiming top prize!  Check out how folks finished in the Fall 2016 Playoffs! 

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NAPL Singles 9-Ball Fall 2016 Divisional Winners

FALL 2016

 L-R:  Juan Guzman, Brendan Traynor, Juan Pellot, Bobby Burns, Alex Escalante, Bob Toomey, Ron Chau, Mike Smith, Eugene Ok, Mike Flick, Mandy Roncesvalles, Matt Marchese, Frank Fagone, Adalberto Nazario

L-R:  Juan Guzman, Brendan Traynor, Juan Pellot, Bobby Burns, Alex Escalante, Bob Toomey, Ron Chau, Mike Smith, Eugene Ok, Mike Flick, Mandy Roncesvalles,
Matt Marchese, Frank Fagone, Adalberto Nazario

Everyone who places 1st in his/her division, wins a prize!

Congrats to the Fall 2016 Divisional Winners!

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Jess Gonzalez & Nick Gargano are the Champions and Win a Trip to Las Vegas to Play in the BCAPL National Scotch Doubles Tournament

  Las Vegas Trip Winners   FRICK & FRACK   Jess Gonzalez and Nick Gargano

Las Vegas Trip Winners
FRICK & FRACK
Jess Gonzalez and Nick Gargano

Jim Curti is the 2016 Winter/Spring Champion!

  L-R:  Jim Curti (1st), Rhys Chen (3rd), Anne Flores (4th), Naldo Troncoso (2nd)

L-R:  Jim Curti (1st), Rhys Chen (3rd), Anne Flores (4th), Naldo Troncoso (2nd)

Congratulations to Jim Curti for winning top prize!

1st: Jim Curti 

2nd: Naldo Troncoso 

3rd: Rhys Chen 

4th: Anne Flores 

5th/6th: Chickie Romero & Bob Toomey 

7th/8th: Matt Marchese & Jose Alberto Urrutia 

Winter/Spring 2016 Singles Divisional Top Finishers

 1st Row (L-R):  Alfred Baffa, Corey Avallone, Naldo Troncoso, Bob Toomey, Jim Curti, Debra Pritchett, Julie Ha; 2nd Row (L-R):  Lenore Chen, Joe DeVito, Annie Flores

1st Row (L-R):  Alfred Baffa, Corey Avallone, Naldo Troncoso, Bob Toomey, Jim Curti, Debra Pritchett, Julie Ha; 2nd Row (L-R):  Lenore Chen, Joe DeVito, Annie Flores

Location / Division                         1st Place                          2nd Place
Cue Bar                                          Joe DeVito                          Jim Curti
Diamond Jim's / 6:30                   Don Goldman                   Naldo Troncoso
Diamond Jim's / 8:30                    Alfred Baffa                      Eyal Gershon
Diamond Jim's /Thurs                Jeremiah DeLeo                  Corey Avallone
Steinway / Delta-13                       Bob Toomey                      Annie Flores
Steinway / Predator                         Julie Ha                        Debra Pritchett

 

NAPL Individual 9-Ball - Cue Bar In-House Playoff Top Finishers

  L-R:  Frank Regan (5th/6th), Erwin Jao (2nd), Jim Curti (1st), Joe DeVito (3rd/4th),   Kevin Shin (3rd/4th), Anthony DiNapoli (5th/6th, not pictured)

L-R:  Frank Regan (5th/6th), Erwin Jao (2nd), Jim Curti (1st), Joe DeVito (3rd/4th), Kevin Shin (3rd/4th), Anthony DiNapoli (5th/6th, not pictured)

 Rhys Chen (Runner Up) & Noah Vogelman (Winner)

Rhys Chen (Runner Up) & Noah Vogelman (Winner)

Congratulations to Noah Vogelman for winning the 2016 NAPL 14.1 Qualifier at Amsterdam Billiards last night! Noah defeated Rhys Chen in a 100-85 race 85-53 to earn a spot at the 14.1 World Tournament which will take place at Steinway Billiards September 5-11, 2016! 

Congratulations on a job well done to both finalists and special thanks to Amsterdam Billiards, their staff and Charlie Williams for giving the NAPL players the opportunity to compete against the world's best 14.1 players! AND A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL THE PARTICIPANTS

Tuesday Team 9-Ball Champions: Chasing the Cash!

  L-R: Jim Curti (Captain), Mike Flick, Ray Gardner, Danny Caliente, Steve Viras,    Joe Latonia, Brendan Traynor, Tony Robles

L-R: Jim Curti (Captain), Mike Flick, Ray Gardner, Danny Caliente, Steve Viras, 
Joe Latonia, Brendan Traynor, Tony Robles

Arroz Con Knish Are the Winter/Spring 2016 Team 8-ball Champs!

  L-R:  Juan Pellot, Neil Kleinman, Felipe Mercado, Jorge Torres,    Jose Quintana (Captain), Edwin Rivera, Rick Franco

L-R:  Juan Pellot, Neil Kleinman, Felipe Mercado, Jorge Torres, 
Jose Quintana (Captain), Edwin Rivera, Rick Franco