<%@LANGUAGE="JAVASCRIPT" CODEPAGE="65001"%> Hall Of Fame

SOUTH LONDON & KENT
POOL ALLIANCE

for "World Rules" across the counties

HALL OF FAME

From 2015 onwards, one person will be inducted annually, subject to suitable nominations and the result will be announced at the AGM each year. SLKPA members can be recognised for their achievements, service to the league or any remarkable or noteworthy action.

Each team can nominate one person per season and the League Committee will assess each nominee and elect one person per year into the Hall Of Fame at the AGM. Nominated players should have a disciplinary free record. Players cannot nominate themselves neither should they nominate their team mates. The inductee will receive the perennial Hall Of Fame plaque for a year as well as a personal award in addition to appearing on this hallowed page.

The captains will be given a form before each summer season for each team to deliberate who they should nominate, if they wish to nominate anyone at all. More details in depth can viewed on the nomination form.
Team captains will be invited to nominate their team's choice via text once the nomination window has opened. Captains will be contacted by the League and offered the chance to nominate someone they feel worthy should they so wish.

Nomination Form

SLKPA Hall of Fame
2019 TONY FROST
Tony Frost

Services to the League.

For managing the Interleague teams and knowledge in helping the League to accomodate new ideas and technology. A major component in encouraging players to play for the League, and within the SLKPA generally.

2018 KERRY WYATT

(presented by John Skuza)
Kerry Wyatt

Ambassador for Ladies pool.

A stalwart of the Ladies game within the League and beyond. A multiple winner of each of the Ladies and Mixed events that the League have to offer. Good sportsmanship shown and virtually never misses a league match or event. Has played in the League since it's inception in 2005.

2017 TONY HALPIN Tony Halpin

Achievements and sportsmanship.

Won every competition that the League runs. A gentlemen on the baize and good sportsmanship shown whether winning or losing, the same smile and positive handshake then follows. Always has advice to offer, and imparts his knowledge to the benefit of others.

2016
STEVE REED Steve Reed

Services to the League.

A founder member of the first League Committee. Has been the League Treasurer since the early origins of the SLKPA, and the go to man wheb a ruling is required. Despite recently suffering from a sight disability, this has not dampened his enthusasm to continue in his role.

2015
PAUL GAFA' Paul Gafa'

Services to the League.

A founder member of the League Committee. Took over the role as League Secretary from Alan Burrows, the founder, when the post became vacant to ensure the League survived in it's early years. Since then has moulded the SLKPA and helped grow it's reputation. The centre cog in the League's mechanism.