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Welcome to Oxford Landlords Invitation Pool League (O.L.I.P.L)
The Oxford Landlords Invitation Pool League (OLIPL) was formed in 1997
League matches are played on Thursday over two season Winter September to May and Summer May to September.
Winter League Info
League format: 5 person team consisting of both male and female players playing blackball rules. Also in the Winter season the league holds 7 competition events: Team knockout, Plate Knockout, Three-man Team, Open Singles, Ladies Singles, Doubles and Mixed Doubles.
Summer League Info
The Summer League was introduced in 2006 due to the lack of pool being played during the summer months in and around the Oxfordshire area.
The Summer League is played to the same format as the winter league. (i.e) 5 players per team with the only difference is sections are made up of 8 teams instead of the normal 10 in the winter league.
Also during the summer their is only one singles event which is played on 1 night at 1 venue with a maximum of 64 players. This is played down to the semi final stage and the finished on the Summer Presentation Night.
Watch This Space
The Oxfordshire Open 2014
£1000.00 Guaranteed Payout
(Subject to Min 64 Entries)
Notice to all captains who have rearranged games to play. These MUST be played prior to the last league game of the season which is THURSDAY 20TH MARCH 2014
Please Note Their will be NO Team Knockout games as scheduled on 27th March 2014 this date will be used to bring the Plate knockout up to the semi final stage in line with the Team Knockout
Ladies Singles Quarter Finals Updated 28th February 2014
3 Man Team Last 16 Updated 1st February 2014 Games to be played Prior to 13th March 2014
Singles Quarter Finals Updated 28th February 2014
Mixed Doubles Quarter Finals to be Played By 16th April 2014 Updated 9th February 2014
Doubles Last 16 Updated Sunday 17th November 2013
Notice to all Section 2 Captains
Original Swan B have now been expelled from the league due to their failure to fullfil their fixtures.