Melrose Billiard, the second-oldest in the Billiarts family, has scored a double win in the annual Melrose billiard tournament.
The 64-year-old from New Jersey has won the tournament for the third time in four years.
The win over Australia’s Paul Kelly and fellow Billiartons Paul Johnson and Ryan Pankratz secured the win in an overtime game at the B&O National Sports Arena in New York on Sunday.
The winner of the event has the right to the title of “Billiartist of the Year”.
The win came in the final game of the final weekend of the season.
Melrose Billiard Association president Paul Kelly said he was “blown away” by the achievement.
“Melrose is a small, tight-knit community,” Kelly said.
“I couldn’t be more proud of Melrose.”
The Melrose Tournament is one of the longest running in the country.
It’s one of only five annual tournaments in the United States.
The Melsore Billiarty Association (MBA) is the only tournament in the US that awards the Billiard Club Championship.
The annual event, which began in the 1930s, is played at the Billie Jean King Arena in the Big Apple.
Melrose was the oldest Billiard association in the U.S. and the oldest in the world.
It has hosted the Billies in the past.
In 2005, the Billy Billiaths won the Billing Cup at the Madison Square Garden.
MelRose was founded in 1932.