The River City Pool League runs on Tuesday nights on a drop-in basis. New members are welcome when they restart league play on Jan. 8.

Bank shots and back spin; Campbell River pool league open to new members

The first annual Turkey Shoot for a newly-established Drop-in Pool League was held on Dec. 2 at Crystal Lanes.

Turkeys and hams were the top prizes and all participants received a prize provided by various sponsors and players.

River City Pool League was started so pool players could join a league on a drop-in basis. The advantage to joininig a drop-in league is that players do not have to commit to a team or commit to playing every week. Since the start up in September, the league has continued to grow.

New members are welcome and can join anytime. All skill levels, including beginners, are welcome. League play is held on tuesday nights beginning at 7 p.m. at Crystal Lanes. The league will start up again in the New Year on Jan. 8.

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