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Archives: SEPF Scottish Junior Singles 2006
 Posted on Monday, May 29 2006 @ 16:31:09 BSTby adpladmin
National Pool News Mike writes The Scottish Junior Singles took place at Styx Pool Hall, Kirkcaldy on Saturday 13th May. There were 27 entrants trying to become the Scottish Junior Singles Champion 2006.
With a number of players new to the tournament set-up the regular Junior Tour players? names stood out. With players as young as 12 taking part the field was very spread out up to the ages of 18...

The first round saw byes for Marc Fleming (Dundee), Andrew Beattie (Aberdeen), Ryan Fleming (Dundee), Liam Kane (Kirkcaldy) & Jamie Gregory (Kinghorn). The rest of the players were drawn out in matches over the best of 7 frames.
Jason Chan was drawn against Steven Corcoran but Jason was unable to find some of his recent form as Steven won through 4-1. Alan Elder was drawn to play the youngest player in the field, Steven Rafferty (12). Alan took the first 2 frames but the youngster Steven dug deep to win the next 4 frames and progress. Robert Byers played against newcomer Davd Majeed and the Davd?s little experience showed as he went out 4-0.Jamie Downie wasted little time in dispatching Jordan McDonagh 4-0. Mike Kelly made the trip down from Aberdeen and played some solid pool to progress through against Barra Hassan 4-1. Craig Falconer showed that he was in form as he defeated Ross Snaddon 4-0. Scott Rogers edged out Scott Mattieson in a local battle 4-2. Kevin Corcoran, recent Junior Tour Winner, won through 4-0 as a nervous Mark Binnington failed to take his chances. Arran Ritchie was a hot favourite against Ricky Brown but the latter took his chances and played very well to win through 4-1. Gary Fong and Jamie Hutchison fought hard against eachother with the frames being swapped and it went to the final ball as Gary won the match 4-3. Lee Barr was the final player to go into the second round as he beat Shaun Balfour 4-0.
The Last 16 saw the players with byes enter the fray. Marc Fleming was first up against Steven Corcoran with Marc taking his chances very well to go through 4-1. Young Steven Rafferty against Robert Byers was next up and both players showed some good form as the match went all the way with the youngster progressing once more by a score of 4-3. Jamie Downie showed that step up in class was too much at this point as Mike Kelly played well once more to go through 4-2. Craig Falconers biggest match to date was against Andrew Beattie and only a lack of experience prevented him from going through as he missed the black in the deciding frame. Ryan Fleming was quick out of the blocks in his first match as Scott Rogers could only take 1 frame from the young Dundonian. Kevin Corcorans form from the recent Junior Tour seemed to still be there as he defeated Liam Kane 4-1. Ricky Browns form dropped in the second round as Gary Fong won through 4-0. Lee Barr, fresh from a 4-0 win in the first round, was on the wrong end of the same score-line in the second round as Jamie Gregory played well to win through.
The quarter final line-up was now known and it was good to see some new names still in the tournament. Marc Fleming was drawn against Steven Rafferty with the latter showing inexperience against his opponent as a couple of mistakes cost him frames and Marc was first into the semis with a 4-2 victory. He was to be joined in the semis by Mike Kelly who was drawn against his Aberdonian counterpart Andrew Beattie. This was another tight match with Mike winning the deciding frame to progress 4-3. Kevin Corcoran wasted no time in joining them as Ryan Fleming didn?t get out of the starting blocks and went out 4-0. Gary Fong?s run came to an end too as Jamie Gregory was also hitting form and Jamie Won through 4-0.
Marc Fleming was to play against International team-mate Mike Kelly in the first semi final and Marc played some solid pool both attacking and safety which proved to be too much for Mike on the day and was the first player into the final with a result of 5-1. The second semi final saw local rivals Kevin Corcoran & Jamie Gregory play each other. With some misses from Kevin and some shot selections wrong Jamie played as well as he probably had ever played with making no mistakes and taking on the right shots to eventually win through 5-3 and reach his first final at this level.
Marc Fleming started the final as a slight favourite due to his experience at this and at a higher level. Both players started the match off very well with both taking on all the right shots at the right times. Some quality potting, position and safety from both players meant that this match looked like going the distance. With the other players staying around to watch and also some Senior & Under 21 Internationals also looking on and the finishing line getting closer the nerves started to show in both players. The match went to 4-4 and a deciding frame would give us the new Scottish Junior Champion. Both players made some mistakes in a tight frame early on and the match looked to have slipped from Jamie Gregory as he gave away 2 shots whilst potting his second last ball going in-off. Marc looked to have a fairly straightforward finish on but missed his first attempt at a pot. The balls still landed ok though and Jamie looked resigned to losing the match. After being perfect on his last ball the adrenelin must have been running through Marcs? blood as he over-hit a screw shot to leave no shot on the black. Jamie played a good attacking shot on his next visit and covered the only pocket that the black could then pot in. Marc came to the table to try and cover Jamies last ball but left and edge sticking out which proved to be just enough for Jamie to pot. Jamie potted his last ball and finished perfectly on the black which he in turn potted to become the Scottish Junior Champion 2006.

Full Results
First Round
Jason Chan 1 Steven Corcoran 4
Alan Elder 2 Steven Rafferty 4
Robert Byers 4 Davd Majeed 0
Jamie Downie 4 Jordan McDonagh 0
Barra Hassan 1 Mike Kelly 4
Ross Snaddon 0 Craig Falconer 4
Scott Mattieson 2 Scott Rogers 4
Mark Binnington 0 Kevin Corcoran 4
Arran Ritchie 1 Ricky Brown 4
Gary Fong 4 Jamie Hutchison 3
Shaun Balfour 0 Lee Barr 4

Last 16
Marc Fleming 4 Steven Corcoran 1
Steven Rafferty 4 Robert Byers 3
Jamie Downie 2 Mike Kelly 4
Craig Falconer 3 Andrew Beattie 4
Ryan Fleming 4 Scott Rogers 1
Kevin Corcoran 4 Liam Kane 1
Ricky Brown 0 Gary Fong 4
Lee Barr 0 Jamie Gregory 4

Quarter Finals
Marc Fleming 4 Steven Rafferty 2
Mike Kelly 4 Andrew Beattie 3
Ryan Fleming 0 Kevin Corcoran 4
Gary Fong 0 Jamie Gregory 4

Semi Finals
Marc Fleming 5 Mike Kelly 1
Kevin Corcoran 3 Jamie Gregory 5

Marc Fleming 4 Jamie Gregory 5


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