VICTORIA HOTEL were the winners of the Thursday night Pool Super League.
The majority of an exciting season in Division One was dominated by dark horses the Hunstman Tavern with Rob Wood and Tim O'Donnell leading from the front with consistently high quality performances.
However with the finishing line beckoning they were eventually caught by defending champions the Victoria Hotel "B" with Adam Guyatt and Joe Gunn delivering faultless performances in the final stages of the season.
The relegation battle was every bit as exciting with four teams fighting to avoid the two relegation spots. The Plough Inn "A" were the first to succumb. However after a three way tie on points the final spot was decided on games won leaving the Salisbury Snooker Club "D" the unfortunate team to take the final spot.
The singles was also a tight affair but three time champion Adam Guyatt eventually clinched his fourth straight title with maximum points in his final match.
In Dicision Two, the race for the two promotion spots was soon settled with two teams opening up an insurmountable gap with the Fisherton Working Men's Club "D" eventually holding off a determined challenge from the Hunstman Tavern "B" to become deserved champions.
The singles was every bit as close with team mates Andrew Gurd and Mike Thomson sharing top spot.
Salisbury Snooker Club "D" dominated Division Three from start to finish and were clear winners. The race for the second promotion spot was a close affair with the Anchor & Hope "B" eventually sealing a deserved promotion.
The singles was also a close affair with Dan Clay eventually becoming the singles champion.