Carl Rowe and Chris Taylor will face one another for the top accolade in Boston snooker this Sunday as they do battle in the Town Snooker final.
Taylor is a three-time town champion while Rowe has reached the final seven times but is yet to win the competition.
The pair will face one another on Sunday at Boston Snooker Centre, with the action beginning at 6pm, capping off what promises to be a thrilling weekend of snooker and billiards finals.
Saturday’s proceedings, held at the Q Club, will begin with the Body Billiards final as Adam Cartwright faces Mark Ferguson (11am).
John Vines faces Dan Burt in the Division One Knockout final (1pm) and it will be a vcase of sibling rivalry as Chris Taylor takes on elder brother Eamonn to decide who is to be crowned king of the local billiards scene (3pm).
The Premier Division Knockout final will see Dale Sawer face David Cutting (5pm).
Sunday’s action all takes place at Boston Snooker Centre.
Eamonn Taylor will be looking to regain the Seniors crown (11am) while The Mowbray Cup – also at 11am on Sunday - sees Chris Taylor face defending champion Adam Cartwright.
The Men’s Own final pits Matthew Bradbury against Eamonn Taylor (1pm). Dan Burt is a strong player who can put together a good break and he hopes that will be the case when he faces Chris Taylor in the Leagill Final (3pm) before the Town Snooker final concludes proceedings.