Cally Rock celebrates back-to-back Warrnambool Eight-Ball Association premierships

ON TARGET: Warrnambool Eight-Ball Association player Neil O'Malley was named its best singles player of the past 12 months.
ON TARGET: Warrnambool Eight-Ball Association player Neil O'Malley was named its best singles player of the past 12 months.

CALLY Rock is toasting back-to-back Warrnambool Eight-Ball Association premierships.

It broke away after being locked at 6-6 to defeat City Memorial 8-6 in the division one grand final on Sunday.

Cally Rock’s Tony Rix stood out, earning most valuable player honours.

Neil O’Malley was named best singles player of the past 12 months with 132 points.

Cally Black made it a club double, defeating Seanchai Pirates 8-5 in the division two decider with Dylan Jongebloed named most valuable player.

The Pirates made a quick start, winning the first three games, before Cally Black wrested the momentum.

The association also honoured its season’s best with O’Malley (division one men), Robin Membery (division two men), Krystal Brown (division one women) and Skye Buchanan (division two women) named best player in their respective categories.

City Memorial player Gavin O’Leary was presented with life membership of the association.

The next season will start in February.