Premier Three 2019

Eleven contestants signed up for the 2019 Bristol Premier League Division Three season, two of whom had failed to retain their Premier Two places from last season, while two others remain in the division from last year, three others were returning to the league, and four are entirely new to Premier League backgammon.
This means that players are required to play each other twice in 11-point matches -- a total of twenty matches each -- in a season spanning the eleven months from January to November.
Players arrange their own fixtures, at mutually acceptable venues and times, with Bristol Backgammon's Monday and Thursday sessions being prime opportunities.

Premier Three

League table as at January 14th

PldWonLostForAgstAv.DiffPensPts
Mathew Nicholls1101156.00003
John Curran3122232-3.33303
James Lintell-Smith1101165.00012
Andrew Cobb000000.00000
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Alan Parfitt000000.00000
Kev Peters1011011-1.00000
Tom Chapman000000.0001-1
Jim Green000000.0001-1
Dan Lowe000000.0001-1
Chas Perry000000.0001-1
Eamonn Reay000000.0001-1

Complete results record

PLAYER25 PAID?vs E Reayvs K Petersvs C Perryvs A Parfittvs M Nich'lsvs D Lowevs J L-Smithvs J Greenvs J Curranvs A Cobbvs T Chapman
Tom ChapmanNo.(4-6)........XXX
Andrew CobbYES.........XXX.
John CurranYES.11-10..5-11.6-11.XXX..
Jim GreenNo.......XXX...
James Lintell-SmithNo......XXX....
Dan LoweNo.....XXX.....
Mathew NichollsYES....XXX......
Alan ParfittYES...XXX.......
Chas PerryNo..XXX........
Kev PetersYES.XXX.........
Eamonn ReayNoXXX..........

Scores in parentheses are from adjourned matches.

League fees totalling 125 have been paid so far.


Next checkpoint

March 31st

Number of matches to be played:

To keep up with the Advisory Schedule: 7

To avoid Penalty Points: 5

To avoid expungement from the League: 3


Chronological results list:
Jan 8: James Lintell-Smith beat John Curran 11-6.
Jan 10: John Curran beat Kev Peters 11-10.


Projected use of Premier Three prize pool (2018)


When Premier Three entry fees have all been paid, they will give a total Premier Two prize fund of 275.
The table below gives an estimate of how that money will be apportioned.
PurposeAmount()
Administration fee27.50
Engraving and
mementoes
47.50
Premier 3
Champion
100
Premier 3
Runner-up
65
Premier 3
3rd place
35


Premier Three rules and formats
Premier One current positions
Premier Two Blue current positions
Premier Two Red current positions
Premier Three history
Premier League entrants 2019
Premier Status
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