Canavan & Le Fevre advance to the Jersey Snooker Final

The Jersey Individual Snooker semi finals were played at the First Tower Institute on the evening of Thursday 2nd March.


Aaron Canavan 3 – 0  Peter Robinson

86 – 28       118 – 7       71 – 17


11 times champion Aaron Canavan  started off slowly against Peter Robinson with a tight and scrappy start to the first frame. However after a couple of chances, Aaron finally took the frame winning it by 86 – 28. In the second frame Aaron, started to hit form and made a 109 break, only missing the final black for a total clearance. Into the third and a couple + 20 breaks from Aaron saw him win the final frame comfortably by  71 – 17 and to seal a 3 – 0 win.

Karl Le Fevre 3 – 0  Ryan Swann

84 – 6       115 – 15       71 – 15


In the second semi final 4 times champion Karl Le Fevre played Ryan Swann. Karl hit early form from the off with a 38 break first visit followed by another 38 break second visit, taking the frame 84 – 6. Going into the second frame and after an early scoring visit from Ryan, Karl again got in to his stride making a 72 break, missing the 3rd from last red to take the frame 115 – 15. Into the third and after an early 28 break by Karl, the frame became a bit scrappy and after chances for both players, Karl eventually ran out winning 71 – 15 and sealing a 3 – 0 win.



Sincere thanks from myself and the players to Martyn Le Gallais who refereed both matches and to Byron Le Cornu who was on scoreboard duty. It really is appreciated.

The Snooker final will take place on Thursday 16th March @ 7.30pm at the First Tower Institute and will be refereed by Howard Smith.

If you can the JBSA would love to see as many people as possible to come and support the players in what hopefully should be an entertaining final.