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Clive Scott

Clive has a long history in billiards after starting as a player when he was 15.  His notable achievements with the cue include winning the tough North Norfolk Billiards Championship, the Stifkey High Break Award and the Stifkey League Best Performance Award (several times).  He was a member of the successful Lee Club in Holt and captained them to win 6 League Championships, numerous League Cups, the Barrett Cup on three occasions, and the Norfolk Team Championship in 1991.  Clive also scored a memorable singles victory by taking the Norfolk Championship with a fine victory over Foz Wilson.  Clive’s highest break stands at 122.

As an administrator, Clive also has a long association with the game.  He was Secretary and Treasurer of the Walsingham Men’s Institute back in the 70s.  He has been Chairman of the Stifkey League and of the Norfolk Billiards and Snooker Association.  He started the Eastern Counties Billiards Association & League and then moved on the create the EABA Referee’s Association.  Clive is now a familiar face at most UK based Billiards competitions as Tournament Director but has also acted in that capacity at many events around the world.  Clive has been the ever-present Tournament Director at every EBOS event since it started.

Clive’s interest in billiards also extends to ownership of a fine Burroughes & Watts table and one of the largest collections of billiards memorabilia in the world.

Clive is known affectionately by many of the players as the “Grim Reaper” as he appears in the playing area in the final minute of timed games with his clock and he accompanies the ringing of the alarm with a loud and clear “Time gentlemen please!”.