As a first installment since its re-opening, Casey Moore’s Boat Yard bar hosted an eight ball pool/billiards tournament on Sunday afternoon that proved a success and crowned the competitions first overall winner. With a mix of amateur and experienced players, the tournament saw ten participants sign up and take the challenge to win the pot of two hundred dollars at the end of the day. Robert collected the pot and will play against players in this coming Sunday’s tournament. Here are some highlights!
Evan cooks up a finger licking barbeque on Sundays!
Kids enjoying the company of pups!
These youngsters can’t help but get a good view of the pool action.
Spectators watching from the sidelines.
Don taking his time to set up a good shot but El Campion continued to play a good game and won second place.
Emory was undisputed until the last games where he lost to “El campion”.
Evan was also involved in the tournament but was unsuccessful.
Party goers mingling
Robert (the champ) setting up for a great shot!
Pool tournaments will take place every Sunday and it is only $20 to enter. With finger licking BBQ, drinks and kid friendly atmosphere, Casey’s Boatyard is the place to be. Games start at 3:00 p.m.
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