Welcome To The Reigate & Redhill District Pool League News Page

February 9
Les Hills or Sir Les as he is more commonly and affectionately known, has been in this league from the start. He won the second Open Singles back in 1986.

Sir Les has never had a bad word to say about anyone and more importantly no one has a bad word to say about him, he is a true gentleman.

Sir Les is moving from the area in April up to Lighthorne with his wife to be closer to the immediate family.

He will be sorely missed and the Committee along with his teammates from the Double 7 formerly the Ex Services, would like to show our respect and honour him and his time in the league and feel it fitting to rename the Codgers Cup to “The Sir Les Hills Codgers Cup” from next year.

Best wishes Sir Les from the Committee
January 19

League Update

The division singles venues are now sorted. A big thank you to Banstead Village Club allowing us to use their facilities despite having no competitors. Also, the Double 7 club have invested in a second table and with new management are happy for us to use their venue.

All teams have now left Brooklyn Bar and Billiards. The Bees have found a temporary venue outside of the area however this will only affect 4 matches and it is a good venue.

Please double check the venues before heading off.

Unfortunately, Brooklyn Hustlers have folded. For all of the second half of the season their fixtures will be treated as byes. The one good thing is that this frees up March 28th for the Village Idiots to play Woldingham A in the postponed game.

The Mixed Doubles date has been swapped with the KO Cup Semi Finals.

Thank you

December 8

Good luck Nick

Nick Pool is moving out of the area later this month and we the committee and the league owe him a great debt of gratitude. We wish him all the best for the future.

I have been assured he will be popping back on occasions.

Nick has played in this league well over 20 years, winning promotions and becoming a solid Premier Division player, winning 9 comps along the way, most notably the Open Singles in 2022

Nick has captained and/or been a part of one of the league’s Interleague teams for many, many years. He has also represented Surrey for 20 years as part of the main squad and the seniors, racking up around 400 frames.

In recent years Nick has been an extremely important part of the Committee, along with valuable input at meetings, handing out trophies at presentation night, he also did the weekly rankings and aided competition draws.

Best wishes from the League

April 5 2023

The RRDPL will be running a Summer League to introduce the new rule set.

It is free to enter and registration forms need to be submitted by May 5th. The forms can be given to me, emailed or posted on Facebook. 

It will in essence be the same format as the winter league only with 4 players and 12 frames. That is to allow for the holiday season.

It will run over 8 to 9 weeks depending on numbers. You will only play an opponent once.

This is open to existing teams and new teams, you can even create a team just for the summer league.

We will not be allotting ranking points nor playing any competitions.

Click on the words Summer League in the side bar for forms, result cards and rules.

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Reigate & Redhill District Pool League History.
The site has been updated with a Hall of Fame spanning back to the start of the league in 1984, and an Archive with competition and league results going back several years. If and when more results are found, they will be added to the site.