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Season 2007/08
 
CLUB INFO
Organiser: Barry Spence
Venue: King's Way Church, Dunmurry
Fees per night: Senior 1; Junior 50p
Clubnights: 1st Monday of month, depending on hall availability
 
LEAGUE FORMAT
Clubnights consisted of a four-round Swiss-Ladder, with players earning points according to their position in the Ladder (1st=16pts, 2nd=15pts, etc).

There were 10 Ladders during the season and each player's best 7 events were totalled to determine their position in the Championship Table

 

Belfast Barbarians Subbuteo Club
Season 2007/08


Practise Night 1st Sept 2008
The final clubnight of the season consisted of a mini-league, with everyone playing everyone in 10-minute matches. A good warm-up for the forthcoming All-Ireland Championships.

Alistair Tops 10th Ladder 4th Aug 2008
The season finished on a high with 13 players taking part in the 10th Ladder. Alistair Morrison topped the Ladder on goal difference, thanks to a last second goal by Stephen Rodgers against Kenny Beggs. Results


Players at latest Barbarians Meeting

The club was pleased to welcome father & son, Nick & Kealan Pearson, who travelled all the way from Donegal. Robbie McMinn was also in attendance, displaying his range of teams and equipment for sale. Price List


Peter Morrison v Nick Pearson

9th Ladder 8th July 2008
Kenny Beggs topped the 9th Ladder to win the League. With only one meeting remaining, he cannot be caught in the Championship Table. Nicky Moore had his best night so far, finishing 2nd, thus continuing the good form he showed at the Belfast GP. Results

Belfast Grand Prix & International Open 10th/11th May 2008
Barbarians took part in NITFA's showpiece event. Both teams lost in the semi-final.

8th Ladder 5th May 2008
Alistair Morrison won the 8th Ladder of the season, pipping Davy Clegg on goal difference. Results

7th Ladder 7th April 2008
Fourteen players took part in the Barbarians' 7th Ladder of the season, with Robert Nimmon making a debut appearance. Results

6th Ladder 10th March 2008
Another good turnout of 13 players. Some new teams, purchased from Subbuteoworld, were loaned to newcomers who don't have their own team. Results

5th Ladder: Large Turnout 11th Feb 2008
There were 16 players at the 5th Ladder of the season. Kenny Beggs won, Barry Spence was 2nd & Peter Morrison 3rd. Results

Rodgers Wins 4th Ladder 14th Jan 2008
It was a good night for Stephen Rodgers. He won three matches and drew one to top the 4th Ladder of the season, just ahead of Joe McRoberts on goal-difference. The attendance was boosted by four newcomers, making a total of ten players on the night. Results

3rd Ladder & Christmas Cheer 3rd Dec 2007
Everyone enjoyed some seasonal food and drink in between matches, with it being the last meeting before Christmas. Kenny Beggs finished top with maximum points. Andrew Morrison was second and Eoin Adams third. David Knox got a personal best, finishing 4th, despite losing his first two matches. Results | Championship Table

Martin Hodds Wins 2nd Ladder 19th Nov 2007
Yorkshire's Martin Hodds, making a guest appearance while in Belfast on business, won the season's 2nd Ladder. Results


Andrew Morrison v Martin Hodds

1st Ladder: Record Attendance for Season Opener 1st Oct 2007
A record number of 14 players turned up for the 1st Ladder of the season at the new venue in Kingsway Church, Dunmurry. Eight of those were from the Morrison contingent and Nicky Moore again travelled up from Republic of Ireland. Results

Andrew Morrison (above right) beat his brother, Peter Morrison, 2-1 in the U19 Final of the 2007 National Championships which was outstanding since August.

Barbarians New Venue Officially Opened 10th Sept 2007
Stephen Rodgers and Kenny Beggs (pictured below) met for a couple of friendly matches to officially open Barbarians' new venue.

The club has had free use of Dunmurry Presbyterian Church Halls for four years, thanks to Barry Spence. To continue there, however, we would need to pay hourly fees and organise our own insurance, which we could not afford, so we have had to look elsewhere.

Fortunately, Stephen Rodgers came to the rescue and offered the Halls at King's Way Church, where he is a Pastor. The Church is in Dunmurry Main Street, just down the road from the old premises. Parking is available on roadside or in a car park round the corner on Glenburn Road.


King's Way Church, Main Street, Dunmurry