Welcome to the CCS
'Your Canadian Pool League
June 1 2015 to May
What do we do? Every year, we stage
Regional and National 8Ball/9Ball Championships for our Member Pool Leagues
Go Canada! It's amazing what can happen when
leagues band together! 100% Canadian from our start in 2004, we've grown
considerably and are now exclusively recognized by the CBSA - Canadian Billiards and Snooker
Association for all Amateur Pool League Play and
related Amateur Pool Championships.
Who's CBSA? They are the governing
body for all Billiards competition in Canada as recognized
by the World Pool-Billiard Ass'n. They are the
ones who decide who represents Canada in official International
We also have friends across the border. The CCS is also
directly affiliated with the ACS - American Cue Sports Alliance; an
association just like us. That means that their members can come to our
tournaments and our members can go to theirs.
What Championships Can
We Go To?
All CCS sanctioned League Members may
enter any of the following Championships that include
Singles, Scotch Doubles and Team Events in both 8Ball
CCS Maritimes..Charlottetown PEI...Dooly's.......Nov
CCS Vcr Island..Nanaimo BC..VI Conf. Centre.Nov
CCS BC's...............Penticton BC....Lakeside
CCS Canadians.Mississauga ON.Hilton
AB...Acadia Rec Centre..Apr 27-May 1
IA.....Riverside Casino....Jan 14-17
Omega ACS Nationals
'Online Entry' for all CCS 8/9 Ball Championships
All entrants are
encouraged to enter online.
Here's how to do it:
1. Click on 'How to
Enter' on the left sidebar.
2. Select the Championship -
Vcr Island, Maritimes, BC, Westerns or
3. Select the
Event you wish to enter.
4. Send payment
by Bank Draft/Money Order or by
the INTERAC eTransfer service. Provide a summary in the Comments section if the payment is
for more than one Entry.
5. You can later confirm your
Entry(s) was received by clicking on 'View Entries'.
full info on any of the Championships:
1. Under 'Championships
Events' on the left sidebar, click on any of the Championships.
2. At the top of the page that
opens up, click on 'Tournament Brochure'.
Wondering what Division you'll be playing in?
1. You can check your Player
Ranking by clicking on 'Players Rankings' on the left
2. Also when you select
'View Entries' as noted above, the Division you are
eligible to play in will also be shown.
CCS 2016 Westerns
Tourney Schedule - Final
Mens 9Ball Singles
- max 32
Finals: Wed 9AM to Midnite
- max 8
Finals: Thurs 9AM to 8PM
- max 90
Finals: Wed 10AM to Midnite
Mens 8Ball Singles
- max 96
Qualifying: Thurs 9AM to 7:30PM
Finals: Thurs 4:30PM to Midnite and Fri 9AM to Midnite
- max 30
Qualifying: Thurs 10:30AM to 6PM
Finals: Thurs 7:30PM to Midnite and Fri 9AM to 7:30PM
- max 28
Finals: Thurs 5PM to Midnite and Fri 9AM to 4:30PM
Womens 8Ball Singles
- max 40
Finals: Thurs 9AM to 4:30PM and Fri 9AM to 10PM
A Advanced - max 12
Finals: Fri 9AM to 10PM
Junior 8Ball Singles
Finals: Sun 1PM to Finish
Mens/Mixed 9Ball Team
All - max 22
Finals: Fri 2:30PM to Midnite
Mens/Mixed 8Ball Team
- max 56
Qualifying: Sat 9AM to 9PM
Finals: Sat 5PM to Midnite and Sun 9AM to 11PM
B Open - max 19
Qualifying: Sat 11AM to 9PM
Finals: Sat 8:30PM to Midnite and Sun 9AM to 11PM
A Advanced - max 6
Finals: Sun 1PM to 10PM
Womens 8Ball Team
- max 12
Finals: Sat 11AM to 9PM and Sun 9AM to 7PM
- max 3 Round Robin
Finals: Sun 10AM to 4:30PM
Tourney Draw and Charts
The Charts will all be posted online for all Events at www.compusport.ca. by Sun Apr 24th.
Here's what you do from their Home Page:
1. Click on 'Tournament'.
2. Click on 'CCS Westerns'.
3. Click on 'General'.
4. Click on 'Tournament Home Page'.
5. Enter your name. You will see everything you're entered into including the Charts.
If it shows 'TBA', you must show up as they don't become 'Byes' until the posted match start time.
A 'No Show' in the 1st Round may be replaced with a 'Wait List' Entry by the Tournament Director.
Tourney Check In
Although not mandatory, it is
recommended that you check in at Registration prior to your first match.
This is especially important for Teams to get approval for any last
All Players and Teams are reminded
that unless an acceptable reason has been provided in advance, it is CCS
Tourney Policy that a 'No Show' for a first round match will forfeit you out of the Tournament with no refund of your Entry Fee.
Good Luck and Good Shooting to Everyone!
The CCS welcomes all newcomers and returnees as
we celebrate another year of having fun playing pool in Leagues and
What Pool Leagues Can Join the
Anyone in Canada who has a Pool League or wants to start
one. All you need is a minimum of 20 Players on at least 4
Teams. When your league starts and finishes is up to you.
For more information, click on 'How To Join' up
Need Some Help in Setting Up Your
For those looking for useful tips on setting up and/or running a
pool league, click on 'League Operator Manual' at the top of
the left sidebar.
Need a Scheduling
and Stat System? It's Free!
A website based League Management System is
available at no charge to any league that sanctions with the CCS.
To see what it looks like, go to demo.pplms.ca.
(Do not put www. in front of the address.)
For more information, call the CCS National
Office at (403) 271-9221 or send an
e-mail to email@example.com.
CCS - Player Rankings
Not quite ready for prime time?
No worries - all CCS Championships offer Divisional Play
based on skill level - Standard, Open and Advanced.It's all based on Player Rankings which we take very seriously.
The fairness of every Championship depends on it.
Every player is
assigned one and the Division that you can enter in any Event
will be based on it.
Singles Ranking - based on 8 Ball
Singles Events; your last 2 performances, prior to the current league year.
Team Ranking - based on 8 Ball Team Events; your last 2
performances, prior to the current league year.
For more detailed
information, click on 'Player Rankings' in the middle of the
Let's Play Pool!