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Welcome to the San Diego Pool League Information Center. This is where we will post current league happenings. As we progress in the season older posts will still be made available.


    • S2018 Week #4 Playoff Results -

Here are the results:

 PBB-1 vs. CRI-1       9 : 1 PBB-1 wins.
 GIL-2 vs. GIL-3         9 : 2 GIL-2 wins.
 EGL-2 vs. PEC-2      9 : 5 EGL-2 wins.
 GGR-1 vs. GGR-2    9 : 4 GGR-1 wins.

Congratulations to the winners. The next round of playoffs will be on Monday, June 4th. PBB-1 will play at GIL-2. EGL-2 will play at GGR-1. Good luck to all who are playing. The new playoff bracket is attached.


    • Tournament Qualifications -

Captains: There is just 1 week of regular play left. It is time to make sure your players qualify for playoffs and the end of season WCC qualifier tournaments if possible. To play in the tournaments one must have played at least 50% of the total possible games. To play in playoffs one must have played at least 25% of the total possible games.

Division A: 50% = 24 games, 25% = 12 games.

Division B: 50% = 28 games, 25% = 14 games.

Division C: 50% = 30 games, 25% = 15 games.

Division D: 50% = 30 games, 25% = 15 games.

Also, please take a moment and check that the names of all of the players on your team roster as they are listed in the Individual_Ranking report are correct. These will be the spellings used when trophies are made. Thanks much!!!

- Gordon


    • SDPL Broomstick Tournament!



  • Volunteers - 

We need at least 3 volunteers for the San Diego Hall of Fame Committee and 3 volunteers that are on or have been on the board for the Distinguished Awards Committee. Please contact or email a board member to help. Thank You.

  • Captains - 

Captain’s Meeting 03/19/2019
The Captain’s Meeting is coming up which means there will be no matches that night, however Captain’s are required to be present or have a designated representative there.

Without exception, attendance is mandatory for each team captain or their designated representative. Only team captains or their designated representative are eligible to vote. All business affecting SDPL Bylaws, Match Policy, Rules and elections are voted upon at these meetings. Meetings are open to all members of the SDPL and notice of such meetings shall be made available at the start of each season.

All meetings of the SDPL are open to the membership. There will be an agenda for each meeting. In the interest of order and assuring the accomplishment of items set forth on the agenda, the chair has the right to limit discussion on all matters. Notwithstanding, the chair will make every attempt to hear any matter, which an SDPL member wishes to address.


  • Captains Log - 

1.16 DISPUTES - Should a dispute occur during a match, it should be resolved by both team captains. All players must honor an opposing team captain’s request that play be halted while he/she checks or verifies any rule in question. Failure to honor such a request constitutes unsportsmanlike conduct and possible loss of game. Disputes not resolved by the team captains will be referred to the Vice President for disposition. Any game in dispute should be completed and the legend “disputed game” placed alongside the game results on the score sheet. A description of the reasons for the dispute should be written on the back of the original score sheet (top copy).

1.17 INTERFERENCE - To allow maximum freedom of movement to the shooter and to avoid the appearance of anyone offering unsolicited advice, only the shooter is permitted at the table while a game is in progress. If someone physically interferes with a player in the process of shooting and causes the balls to be displaced, both the shooter and the opposing player must agree upon playing the table in position or returning the balls to their original positions. If no agreement can be reached the game must be replayed. 1.11.1 – An error in the break order must be challenged, prior to the break shot of that game. Otherwise the results of that game will stand.

1. Your cue sticks must meet BCA Equipment Specifications excerpted below.

Width of tip: No minimum/14 mm maximum Weight: No minimum/25 oz. maximum Length: 40 inches minimum/no maximum

The cue tip may not be of a material that can scratch or damage the addressed ball. The cue tip on any stick must be composed of a piece of specially processed leather or other fibrous or pliable material that extends the natural line of the shaft end of the cue and contacts the cue ball when the shot is executed.

The ferrule, if of a metal material, may not be more than 1 inch in length.

2. If you use an illegal cue stick it is a foul, and the illegal cue stick must be removed from play. An unsportsmanlike conduct warning must be issued; a second violation results in loss of game; a third violation results in loss of match.

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