pottable

pottable

(ˈpɒtəbəl)
adj
(of a snooker ball) able to be potted
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The opening frame was a close encounter which saw Handley, needing only the final pink for victory after being narrowly behind throughout, produce a fortunate snooker on the pink and although Cannan negotiated the snooker he left the ball in a pottable position which his opponent gratefully slotted home.
However, with the balls all in pottable positions, Ball missed the easiest of browns - allowing Craigie to clear up the last four balls in a break of 22 to seal the fifth 57-25.
The pressure mounted as Higgins let Williams back in with a pottable red, but he couldn't finish the job and Higgins stepped up to clear the colours to narrow the margin to just one frame at 8-9.
Drivers will have pottable hand held devices in their lorries to update delivery information.
They want pottable water, good healthcare, education for the children and better roads.
A 38 brought him back into the game and he cleared to the pink after Higgins had failed to get out of a snooker and left the final red in an easy pottable position.
Team manager Paul Vowles said: 'We were inept against a poor side, giving away 20 penalties, most of them unnecessary, and when they were pottable Adam Westall put them over.'
Hendry was closing in on his record breaking hundred in the closing frame of the session but after reaching 80, Hendry missed a pottable final green.
With the pink and the black both in pottable positions, Harrison's attempt to take the blue off its spot failed, at which point Graham stepped in to clear the table with a small 18 break to steal the frame 58-50, the match 3-2 and the title.
The Scot was closing in on his record breaking hundred in the closing frame of the session but after reaching 80 he missed a pottable final green.