Welcome to the Cochise County Pool League (CCPL). It’s the primary Sierra Vista pool league, but players and bars from all over Southeast Arizona are encouraged to join. The nearby cities of Fort Huachuca, Hereford, Benson, Tombstone, Bisbee and Naco are all included in the league.
The CCPL is a non sanctioned independent money league. The league plays 8 Ball using BCA (Billiard Congress of America) rules with exception to a few locally modified rules. In the CCPL there are two divisions: A Tuesday night Division and a Wednesday night Division. Each division is limited to twelve teams consisting of 5 player teams with league substitutes available to all teams. Matches are played at home and away and starting times for both divisions is 7:30 PM. The team lineup for a match is 5 players and each match consist of twenty-five (25) games. Each member will play each member of the opposing team once.
The League staff consist of a president, Vice-President, and a Secretary/Treasurer. These officers will be elected at the annual meeting and will serve for one year. These officers run the league. The President will preside over all meetings, resolve all conflicts, monitor the community for new league members, review the league financial statement and counter-sign all checks with the league Secretary/Treasurer.
The Vice-President performs all duties assigned by the president, assumes all responsibilities for the president in his/her absence and organizes the end of season party activities along with the hosting bar/tavern.
The Secretary/Treasurer prepares league startup kits for all teams at session start, collects all league moneys and deposits them, collects weekly match results, updates and distributes league standings, take and prepares minutes of league and/or Officer/Team Captain meetings and performs such other duties that the President may assign.
The CCPL Constitution and the BCA 8 Ball rules located under “Rules” on the front page will provide all the details on how the league is governed and the BCA 8 Ball modified rules we employ.