Snooker Blog Category: Disability

No further WDBS Events in 2020

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) have announced that it has taken the difficult decision that no further events will take place during the remainder of 2020. “WDBS remains committed to disability snooker and to staging further competitions as soon as it is possible to do so safely. It is our intention at this time… Read more »

WDBS Derby Open 2020 – Cancellation Notice

From WDBS: World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) has today announced that the upcoming Derby Open scheduled to run from 15-17 May 2020 will not take place due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In view of the current position, taking into account UK government advice and further anticipated restrictions, the WDBS board has taken the unanimous… Read more »

Disability Champions Crowned in Bruges

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) crowned its latest champions last weekend at the Belgian Open in Bruges, Belgium. Hosted by the Trickshot Snooker Club for the third successive year, the event welcomed its biggest ever field to date including entries from over 40 players representing six different countries. For the first time the event… Read more »

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Champions Crowned at Hull Open

This year’s final World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) event was completed last weekend as our latest champions were celebrated at the Hull Open, sponsored by the Humber Fish Co. Returning to the popular Tradewell Snooker Club for its fourth staging, the event saw competitions held for deaf and partially sighted players across the weekend, with 26 players… Read more »

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WDBS Hull Open 2019 (Groups 7-8)

Entries are now open for this event Entries are now being accepted for the WDBS Hull Open 2019 which returns to the Tradewell Snooker Club for its fourth staging from 15-17 November. As in 2018, the event will be sponsored by Humber Fish Co. The popular local restaurant provides relaxed informal dining specialising in locally sourced seafood and crustacea, having… Read more »