VNEA League Hall of Fame
Andy Robinet

Q. If you could boil it down to one thing, what do you think is the most important aspect of pool?

A. Camaraderie and friendships. You start off playing pool for entertainment and a night out with friends and no matter what your level of play, it should stay that way.

Q. What is your greatest achievement so far in the game of pool?

A. Longevity. I have been playing at a relatively high level for 25 to 30 years.

Q. What advice would you give to up and coming pool players in the Windsor, Essex county area?

A. Keep it simple and enjoy yourself.

Q. Who were your mentors when you were a beginner to the game?

A. Blaine MacNeil. He's a lot older than he looks... either that or he looks a lot older than he is!

Q. What does being a VNEA Hall of Famer mean to you?

A. It means I have achieved the recognition from my peers.

          ANDY             TONY           BOBBY 

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