With planning for next year already well underway, it seems aeons since the Jakarta 2019 Asia Pool Challenge last week.
Congratulations to Jakarta All-Stars who won by 1 frame with total 102. Bangkok Heat and Singapore Stingers finished equal second with 101 frames. Bangkok was first in the head to head, and our Rauri Mccarroll won the Super Singles.
For the supporters who went and many more at home watching the live streams, we all saw the fabulous results of 6 months of practice, qualifying and selections. That had produced a totally focussed and cohesive team that enjoyed playing and supporting each other unconditionally. With the overall aim to make us all proud, we were wonderfully represented to win regardless of the outcome.
Congratulations Bangkok Heat for a great result and being such great ambassadors for Bangkok.
The Bangkok Pool Community especially want to thank our sponsors for their added support for APC BHQ Effort. Sportsman Restaurant & Bar, Hustlers Sports & Pool, Thailand Pool Tables, Pizza Mania, Life PartnersThailand, Mexcian and others made it all possible financially.
The Bangkok Pool Community is very proud to be the founding supporter of Bangkok Heat Qualifying series coordinating and planning team who select the final team and go it all organised to go.
Gluttons for more, the 10th Anniversary, will see the event return to Bangkok next year in August 2020 with Bangkok Pool Community hosting. Nine countries will compete, including Japan for the first time.
Watch this space for what we hope is the best ever in 2020.
You can access the TV Table videos of our matches via our Cuesportslive.asia site. We have that set up to stream and store any matches that matter.
For more information about Bangkok Heat, go to Bangkok Heat Group in facebook run by Ronny Jacobsen. That has loads of information and pictures.
Ronny is also the chairman of the Bangkok Heat Planning and Organising committee that makes it all happen. Well done Ronny.