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The Sussex County Summer Super League playoffs at the County venue, the ClubCue Leisure in Worthing on Sunday featuring three competitions and attracted a good crowd from across Sussex.

The Pairs event was won by Mick Rodgers, representing the West Division winners Worthing partnered by Littlehampton player Simon Wood. They defeated the Crawley/Southwick duo Alex Gurr and Graham Harris by 3-1 in the final, collecting the “Harveys Rosebowl plus £100. Losing semi-finalists were Nathan Warren/Adrian Linfield, Littlehampton and last season’s winners Tony Ayres/Tony Peters from Broadbridge Kings.

The King’s gained consolation when their star player Danny King took the honours in the two singles events. Danny won the “Brooke Sports” Singles cup when he beat Southwick’s Andy Macintosh by 3-0 in the final to take the £100 prize. The losing semi-finalists were Craig Stoner, Littlehampton and Dave Creasey, Newhaven.

Danny continued his winning run in the final event of the day when he won the prestigious Champion of Champions Cup with its cash prize of £160. The Broadbridge player did not find it easy in the final where his opponent, Craig Stoner, Littlehampton hit two maximums and took the match to the final leg with Danny checking out to win 3-2. Losing semi-finalists here were Mark Harwood, Mid Sussex and Joe Davis, Southwick.

Fourteen players shared the Competition prize fund of £680 and more than £2300 was distributed to the sixteen teams in the League.


Event Winners Runners Up
Superleague Singles Danny King Andy Macintosh
Superleague Pairs Mick Rodgers / Simon Wood Joe Davis / Graham Harris
Champion of Champions Danny King Craig Stoner

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