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Pokerwork on the balls and Plotting

Posted by woolstonlawnbilliards on January 3, 2011 at 5:51 PM

For those of you who haven't noticed, it's a new year, and inevitably that brings me to the topic of Lawn Billiards. I polished the balls a few weeks back, causing the Master of the Treasury to whine that they all looked the same. Not being one to shy away from a challenge I have taken the balls by the horns and galloped off to Ohoka, where Arthur of New Albion has worked his magic on them. You'd be a goose to confuse them now. Come along on Sunday the 9th of January and you will see.


I have also come up with a cunning plan to widen and deepen the membership. I have invented a Tweed Run and have invited people from all over the shop to take part. This run will start on Sunday the 16th of January at 11am at Armagh St gates and follow a path more wandery than direct ending up at Woolston Park. The event promises games... get the idea? Good.


Now, I'd like to see more than seven people there. I think that's doable and then Lawn Billiards and Bat-and-Trap can be played for the enjoyment of all. Cunning, no?

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