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Intercounty pool events are played between the counties in each region and are divided into both a league event and a knock out cup event.
They are also each individual's only pathway to getting an England team trial, and both the league and knock out cup events culminate in nationally organised finals to find the outright winners each year.
In order to make management of our Pool playing nation easier we have split the country into different geographical areas, called Regions. From 2011, the playing Regions were numbered one through to eight.
It is the Region's job to administer all aspects of EPA Pool within their boundaries and to ensure that the wishes of their members are carried out.
There is a model regional constitution in the EPA handbook in which suggests that the Regional committees shall consist of three elected officers, Regional Director, Regional Treasurer and a Regional National Delegate plus delegates sent by the member County associations plus an EPRA delegate selected by the Region's referees.
To find out the exact contents of your Region's constitution, please contact your Regional Director or your county pool association.
Part of the administration duties for the Regions is to organise the Inter League matches within their Region and various individual competitions.
The regional committees send two of their members, one of which is the Regional Director, to national meetings to form, along with the executive officers, the National Committee.
The counties in England are divided into the regions as shown below.
Counties with a line through do not currently have an active county pool association within the EPA.
Where indicated with the link icon, you can click on a county to navigate through to their local website.
|Reg. 1 ||Reg. 2 |
|Reg. 3 ||Reg. 4 |
|Reg. 5 ||Reg. 6 |