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Reventon Finals

24 Sep 2017

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2017 REVENTON FINALS


27th – 29th OCTOBER 2017

Reventon Academy, Yarraville


SPECTATORS WELCOME

The 2017 Reventon finals wil be played at the Reventon Academy , Yarraville between Friday 27 th and Sunday 29th October 2017.

Total prize money will be in excess of a total of $20,000 sponsored by the REVENTON GROUP

This year the finals will be made up of the top seven ranked players from the Reventon ranking list, the 2017 U/21 Australian Snooker Champion, the winner of the 2017 Australian Open and one wild card, to be selected by Chris Christofi.

The format will be two round robin groups of five players with the top two players qualifying for the semi finals. Round robin matches will be best of seven frames, semi finals best of nine and the final best of eleven.

Total prize money will be in excess $20,000 and for the winner of the main event, the winner take all $12,000 and the runner up to receive $400.

There will be a $5,000 prize for the first 147 break made and $500 for the highest break made over 100. All other century breaks will receive $200.

The losing semi finalists will join the remaining six players, who did not qualify, to play in a 147 event.

The winner of the 147 event receives $1,000 and the remaining seven will receive $400 each.

REVENTON will also be sponsoring a women's 147 event to be played on Sunday 29th October. The field will be made up of three interstate players and five players from Victoria. The five Victorian players comprise of snooker and pool players. Prize money will be $1000 for the winner and $500 to the runner up. A $250 high break prize for the highest break made over 50.

Interstate players will receive $400 support providing they do not receive any prize money.

THIS PROMISES TO BE A GREAT WEEKEND OF CUE SPORTS WITH THE BEST PLAYERS IN AUSTRALIA COMPETING.

WE ENCOURAGE YOU TO COME ALONG AND ENJOY SOME OF THE BEST SNOOKER EVER PLAYED AT THE REVENTON ACADEMY AND MIX WITH THE PLAYERS AND LEARN A FEW TRICKS OF THE TRADE.

"KEEPING THE BALL ROLLING"


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