The draw has now been made for the Veterans, Mixed Pairs and 3-a-side competitions. Full draws, along with dates and venues for each fixture all the way to the final can be found below.
A replay of last year's final in the prelim round as defending champion Steve Hilditch starts his defence against last year's runner-up and 2015 champion Ian Jaskson.
Elsewhere 2022 Open Individuals champion Roy Wyhatt goes in search of his first MPL Veterans title and faces 2018 champion Dave Sheldon, while 4-time champion Micky Blair plays Andy Lewis in the prelims.
The final is scheduled for Sunday 12th March and will be played at The Weaver.
This competitions returns for the first time since 2019 and see's defending champions Pete and Lesley Eccles take on Brad Madden and Emma Kentworthy-Barton at The Ivy Leaf.
The final will be played at the Sunderland Street Sporting Club on Monday 27th February.
Rick Podmore, Adam Stevens and Ashley Roberts are defending championships for this fiercely contested competition, which see's 22 teams vying to win the title in the first year it's played to International Rules.
The final is set to be played at Silktown Snooker on Tuesday 14th March.
Winter 2022/23 Competition Registration open
Registrations for the Winter 2022/23 Competitions is now open!
Completed entry forms along with payment must be returned to the Sunderland Street Sporting Club by Saturday 14th January 2023.
Open to all over 50s (on the date of registration) and played to Macc rules. Last year saw Steve Hilditch successfully defend the title beating Ian Jackson in the final.
It is 3 years since Pete and Lesley Eccles won the Mixed Pairs trophy for the second time. Can they defend their crown, or will there be a new King and Queen of Macc rules?
Last years final was dominated by 6 players all from Silktown A, when Rick Podmore, Ashley Roberts, Adam Stevens took on Mike Tomlinson, Tom Livesey, Ben Ludlow.
This is the first year the competition will be played to International Rules, and could be fiercely contested with a much broader base of league players than there was for World Rules.