The Chalk Farm Pool League (CFPL) was established in 1978 and the league has been thriving ever since. This is an amazing league with many many years of experience, bringing together old and new teams and players in to both of our divisions as well as our many cups! This is just a fantastic league, no better place to have a fun night of pool on a Monday! Many pubs have played in the league, some that have unfortunately closed due to modern times and many fantastic pubs that are still open and playing in this league today!

Chalk Farm Pool League News
20th August 2015
*!* Presentation Night *!*

This years presentation night is on 29th August and will be held at the Sir Robert Peel, it will begin at 7:30 sharp till late! We hope you can join us for a fun filled night with lots and fun for all! We will be holding a raffle as well so please remember to ask for a ticket!  Feel free to bring along family and friends! As this is a pub normal rules apply, please make sure that you are over 18 and for those of you who are lucky enough to look younger please bring ID! 

Recruitment is now on for the new season, anybody interested in forming a team please contact
a member of the committee (details below) who will be able to help guide you through forming a
team and what's expected in the Chalk Farm Pool league. The new season will start shortly after
the AGM in September.



Annual General Meeting

Wednesday 2nd September  2015

7.30pm Sharp at the Golden Lion 88 Royal College Street Camden NW1


League Chairman Shaun Pollard , League Secretary Nick McKenna

Review of season

CFPL Financials

Election of Officers

League 1 Divisional representative

League 2 Divisional representative

League Secretary

League Treasurer

1,Voting procedure, discuss the effects of how venues with multiple teams may have potential to distort the outcome of voting and define measures that might protect the league in future years from this inevitability as venues particularly pubs abandon pool tables as a revenue source.

2,Tournament  procedures, in particular discuss the benefits of having multiple rounds to shorten season.

3,Also discuss raising minimum age for Seniors (currently 45) to 50 as it has been prior to 2012

4,Review of Fines and penalties/constitution

Any Further Business.

Boston shock Peel in Tarrant trophy

Boston Arms

Boston Arms

Published: 16 July, 2015

BOSTON Arms caused a major upset on Monday night when they beat Sir Robert Peel to get their hands on the Chalk Farm Pool League’s most sought-after trophy.

The Tufnell Park-based side beat Peel 5-3 at Cousins Snooker Club in Holloway to win the Liam Tarrant Knockout Cup, dubbed the league’s equivalent to football’s FA Cup.

The race to five-frames thriller looked anything but when Danny James and Chris Heim won their frames to give Peel a 2-0 lead.

Hotshot Pat McCaghy is the singles champion

But led by hotshot Pat McCaghy, Boston staged a mighty fightback as they won five of the next six frames to clinch the cup.

The victory will be especially sweet for the Boston boys following a series of near misses during the league’s grand finals night.

Kevin Howard and Danny Fry lost 3-1 against Peel pairing Danny James and Sonny Saunders in the doubles championships.

Captain’s Cup victor Ben Scully

Boston skipper Andy Hillyer also suffered a 3-1 defeat against The Florin’s Ben Scully in the Captain’s Cup final. But it wasn’t all doom and gloom for Boston as McCaghy beat defending champion Chris Heim 3-1 to capture the singles title.

There were also wins for Boston Rimmers’ Roy Cooper, who retained his seniors title, and Michael Slattery of the Slattery ‘A’ team, who won the Governors’ Shield.

Looking sharp: Boston Rimmers’ Roy Cooper retaining his seniors title

Administrative Committee:

Chairman – Shaun Pollard 07898 107 858
League Secretary - Nick McKenna 07947 762 671
Treasurer - TBC TBC TBC
Div 1 Players Rep - Alp Sezer 07957 134 660
Div 2 Players Rep - Peter Morris
07830 101 229

Disciplinary Committee:
Everton Berry 07956 168 526
Vlad Levitsky 07767 657 019
Bob Martin 07963 235 546

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Venue Governors Teams Captain Phone
69 Camden Road
Michael Slattery
0207 267 5787
Slatterys A
Michael Slattery
Bob Martin
07792 854 083
07963 235 546
The Boot
116 Cromer Street
0207 837 3842
Peter Morris
07830 101 229
Boston Arms
178 Junction Road
N19 5QQ
PJ Fahey
07859 901 445
Boston Arms
Boston Rimmers
Boston Old Skool
Andy Hillyer
Brian Healey
Rob Dodds
07971 060 756
07903 610 197
07951 434 815
Cock Tavern
23 Phoenix Road
Robert Taylor
07727 731 460
Lee Howard
07727 731 460
Cousins Snooker Club
8-14 Seven Sisters Road
N7 6AH
Sinan Yuce
07944 703 442
0207 609 0038
Levi Malcom
Vlad Levitsky
07538 034 402
07767 657 019
The Florin 
563 Holloway Rd
N19 4DQ
Louise Scully
07903 416 418
Ben Scully 07930 135 170
The Golden Lion
88 Royal College Street
Dave Murphy
0207 387 2035
The Lion
Shaun Pollard
Gary Gauci
07898 107 858
07932 317 281
The Green Man
144A Essex Road
N1 8LX
Dean Donaghey
07724 635 764
Cieron Farrelly
Ken Sheehan
07722 111 067
07535 742 642
Kings Cross Hurricane Room
368 Grays Inn Rd
Mark Holland
0207 278 7079
Kings X Hurricanes
Kings X Hawks
Kings X Invaders
Kings X Barbarians
Alp Sezer
Steve Ballard
Harry Harvey
Andy Lishak
07957 134 660
07956 815 134
07535 594 070 
07947 879 804
Peckwater TA
4 Peckwater St
Tuppy Ray
07984 632 936
Paul Smith
James Mason
07931 506 249
07984 632 936
The Prince of Wales
101 Willesden Lane
John Healy
02035 615 854
Alan Naylor
James Law
07804 119 836
07581 292 328
Regents Park TA
Dick Collins Hall Redhill Street
Mick Jordan
07514 282 141
Frank Beaney
07742 982 470
Sir Robert Peel
108 Malden Road
Tom Boylan
07949 824 500
John Brown
Mark Batson
07976 425 740
07956 644 508
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