The Craig Hamilton Tattoo Summer Pool League has come to an end after the final three weeks of highly competitive matches.

The first final saw the Swoop Knockout Cup between Senhouse Street and Seaton Pack Horse, who started the match with a +2 advantage.

Senhouse’s John Teasdale’s +5 frame win put Senhouse back in control and with the next two frames shared Senhouse held a +1 lead.

Then up stepped Pack Horse’s Karl Newton, who gave his side a +6 advantage.

Dave Fletcher and Leigh Musgrave took control to secure the frame which gave Pack Horse an unassailable nine-point advantage. The 16-9 win gave the Seaton side their maiden Swoop Knockout Cup.

In the league play-offs the Pack Horse were looking for a league and cup double when they hosted Station Road.

Steven Cook gave the visitors the lead before Lewis Tilley levelled and Pack Horse took command of the match to lead 3-1.

Station Road won the first doubles frame to give themselves a chance of getting back into the match but Dave Fletcher and Bryan Allison won the second to put Pack Horse into the final from a 4-2 victory.

Lifeboat faced Senhouse Street in the other semi-final and were soon 2-0 down but Sam Williamson got his side back into the match, and after six frames it was level at 3-3 and Scott Messenger gave the Lifeboat a 4-3 victory.

In the final the Lifeboat raced into a 3-1 lead as David Trainor, Sam Williamson and John Metherell notched important frame wins.

The Pack Horse responded in the doubles as Newton’s clearance levelled the match 3-3.

The final-frame decider was played between Metherell and Pack Horse’s Dave Adam, whose true grit of kept him in the contest and he held his nerve to give Pack Horse the win which secured their first summer league title.