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Lumber Shield of November 27, 1999 | Lumber Shield of July 8, 2000 | 4 Inch Trophy of August 19, 2000 | Green Table Trophy Champ of May 12, 2001 | White Lines Cube of June 23, 2001
4 Inch Trophy Championship of August 19, 2000
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First Round

Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Match 4 Match 5 Match 6 Match 7 Match8
D. Phillips
R. Santos
K. Lamb
E. Robinson
R. McKoy
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D. Chase
B. Bennett
H. Cooper
T. Mortis
N. Casey
C. Clarke
A. Lewis
E. Lamb
S. Lewis
E. Casey

Second Round

Match 1 Match 2 Match 3 Match 4
R. Santos
K. Lamb
R. McKoy
D. Chase
T. Mortis
N. Casey
A. Lewis
S. Lewis

Semi-Finals

Match 1 Match 2
R. Santos
R. McKoy
N. Casey
A. Lewis
Finals
R. McKoy
N. Casey

Winner: N. Casey

The first edition of the four inch tall trophy championship was not as well attended as would have been liked. However it proved to be exciting nevertheless. The first match played was between K. Lamb and E Robinson. K. Lamb took this match with not much trouble as E. Robinson is a less experienced player. N. Casey also had little problems taking out C. Clarke who although playing in his third tournament didn't prove to be a formidable challenger. The match between A. Lewis and E. Lamb was probably the match of the day, at least the match of the first round. E. Lamb, even though being a newcomer was expected to beat A. Lewis because of his form leading up to the tournament. However, A. Lewis pulled off a brilliant victory coming back from being a set down to take a much deserved victory in three sets of course. S. Lewis then faced up against E. Casey and took him out though with some challenge.
The second round had one match which was good and three which were just okay. R. Santos took out K. Lamb in what could be classified as an upset. However, R. McKoy expectedly took out D. Chase, N. Casey also took out T. Mortis as expected, so did A. Lewis over S. Lewis.
The semi-final saw R. McKoy taking out R. Santos as expected. A. Lewis gave a brave fight but made too many mistakes to stand any chance of beating N. Casey on this day, and so was defeated.
The finals saw one of the better matches of the tournament, as R. McKoy fought hard to try and pull out his first tournament victory but couldn't hold off the pressure of N. Casey who was in top form on the day.