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West wins Planet Pool Tour Finale

The Planet-Pool tour held their season finale at Champions Billiards in Laurel MD and it was Kevin West saving his best performance for last as he ran through the 37 player field undefeated including a win in the finals over Danny Green for the tournament win. First place was worth $700 for West while Green settled for $350 for second. Shaun Wilkie and Jim Henson filled out the top 4 spots.
The ladies division was deja-vu all over again as Linda Shea cruised undefeated through the field for her fourth consecutive and seventh overall tournament win. Shea collected $300 for the win while Amanda Page collected $150 for second.

Eberle in Shirlington

Max Eberle came back from the one loss side to avenge his only loss to Shaun Wilkie at the Planet Pool Tour stop at Champions in Shirlington, Va. Eberle lost to Wilkie in the winners bracket finals but then defeated Chris Loar to set up the rematch where he broke through with the win over Wilkie and the first place prize of $800. Wilkie pocketed $400 for second. Loar and Jim Henson filled the top 4 spots. The win was Eberle's first of the year.
Meanwhile, on the ladies side, Sueyen Rhee made it two tournament wins in a row as she defeated Donna Rooney in the finals. Rhee had also send Rooney to the one loss side earlier in the event. Rhee collected $250 for the win and Rooney took home $150 for second. It was Rooney's best finish of the season.

Henson wins in Ellicot City

Jim Henson came from the one loss side and defeated Shaun Wilkie 9-2 and 9-4 to win the Planet Pool Tour event held at Centennial Billiards in Ellicot City, MD. Henson suffered his only loss in the tournament to Max Eberle but came back and handed Max his second loss and forced Max to settle for 5th. The win, Henson's first on the Planet Pool Tour, earned him $900 while Wilkie had to settle for $450 for second place. Brian O'Donnell and Reggie Barksdale filled out the top 4 spots.
In the ladies division, it was Amanda Page winning her second event this season and handing Linda Shea her first tournament without a first place finish this season.