Corea wins Karratha eight ball singles title

Rob SkinnerPilbara News
James Corea with the singles trophy.
Camera IconJames Corea with the singles trophy. Credit: KDEBA

Last Sunday the KDEBA held its annual Singles Championship at the Tambrey with an excellent turnout of over twenty competitors.

Notably it was the strongest field in years with the cream of the association talent well represented.

The two players that made the final, James Corea and Marcus Tutt were well deserving finalists after dominating the minor rounds.

In the final James won the first two games in a race to five but Marcus was just was equally impressive in the next two games including a master break to level the scores.

James then had the better of the next three games to take the match 5 - 2 and his first KDEBA Championship title.

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This week’s team play matches were mainly one sided affairs, the closest being the Warriors 9 – 6 win over Slayers.

Mongrels were too good for Wreckers 10 – 5, Punishers easily accounted for Rechaholics 12 – 3 to now just sit outside the top four on percentage and Stickmen’s 13 – 2 win over Animals won’t hurt their percentage as they again move to push for a top two position.

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