Next Stop on the Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and in keeping with local, state and federal guidelines and with everyone's continued good health in mind, please take note of the following schedule change:

The 2020 Joss Turning Stone Classic XXIV 9-Ball Open has be moved to:
January 7th thru January 10th, 2021.

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Mike Zuglan

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2019-20 Joss Northeast 9-Ball Tour Top 5 Points Leaders
(Standings through Stop #9 - updated 3/11/20)

1st Jeremy Sossei 970
2nd Bucky Souvanthong 890
3rd Ron Casanzio 880
4th Bruce Nagle 560
5th Qays Kolee 410
Full Standings
L-R Mike Zuglan, Rodney Morris, Suad Kantarevic and Snooker owner Steve Goulding
Rocket Wins New England Hall of Fame 9-Ball Open

The stars were out at the Joss NE 9-Ball Tour’s 2020 New England Pool & Billiard Hall of Fame 9-Ball Open on March 7th - 8th, and it was “The Rocket” Rodney Morris that was the brightest star of them all.

A field of eighty two players were in attendance at Snookers in Providence, RI to witness the induction of David Wright, Chris Leal, Mike Rinella, Jay Stevens, Cleiton Rocha, Pete Genovese & Ivan Lee into the New England Pool & Billiards Hall of Fame. If the list of inductees wasn’t strong enough, the field of players in the weekend even included such notables as BCA Hall of Famers Johnny Archer, Mika Immonen, Rodney Morris and Pat Fleming, as well as Jeremy Sossei, Frankie Hernandez, Ron Casanzio and Joey Dupuis.

An early Hall of Fame battle on Saturday between Immonen and Archer saw Archer sent to the left side of the board 9-5. Immonen followed that up with a 9-1 shellacking of Hernandez in his next match. He would then defeat Dupuis to remain undefeated on Saturday. He was joined on the winners side at the end of the day by Morris, Sossei and local hero Suad Kantarevic. Kantarevic is a regular at Snookers, who was having the tournament of his life on this weekend. His undefeated streak on Saturday had already guaranteed him his best career Joss Tour finish.

Sunday morning kicked off with Immonen beating Kantarevic 9-7, while Morris sent Sossei to the one loss side by a slightly more comfortable 9-5 scoreline. Morris and Immonen are certainly no strangers to each other, facing off in many tournaments throughout their Hall of Fame careers. What might have been a tough match to pick a favorite in, turned out to be a lopsided win as Morris got into his groove and raced to a 9-1 win.

On the one loss side, Dupuis ended Sossei’s day in 5th place in a 7-2 match. Meanwhile, Kantarevic was proving his day one results weren’t a fluke. He had three straight 7-5 wins, eliminating Steve Tavernier, Dupuis and then Immonen in the semi-final match.

Kantarevic wasn’t through though, as he came from the left side of the board and grounded Morris for a 9-2 win in the first set of the finals. Morris quickly regrouped and scored an equally dominating 7-1 win over Katarevic in the second set for the tournament win.

Sunday’s second chance tournament saw Rocha celebrate his Hall of Fame induction by coming out of the one loss side to double dip Nick Coppola in the finals 3-0 and 3-0 to take first place.

The Joss NE 9-Ball Tour is back in action on March 21st - 22nd for the Kevin Ketz 9-Ball Open at Trick Shot Billiards in Clifton Park, NY.

Main Event Results
1 USA MORRIS Rodney 1,450
3 FIN IMMONEN Mika 800
4 USA DUPUIS Joe 650
5 USA SOSSEI Jeremy 500
7 ITA MILLAURO Angelo 350
7 LINEHAM Ryan 350
9 USA DABREO Raphael 250
9 USA HELIE Patrick 250
9 USA PETTIT Mike 250
9 HAMEL Eric 250
13 USA PLATT Keith 150
13 USA DEMALIA Jared 150
13 USA CUNNINGHAM Derrick 150

Second Chance Results
1 USA ROCHA Cleiton 310
2 USA COPPOLA Nick 200
5 USA PROVOST Demian 50
5 USA LABOY Miguel 50
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