Snooker Blog Category: Disability

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888lcd.co.uk Belgian Open 2018

The first WDBS event to be staged outside of the UK is taking place this weekend. The main two-day tournament will be open to players with physical disabilities including ambulant and wheelchair users (WDBS Classification Groups 1-5). To follow the scoring see https://www.mysnookerstats.com/wdbs/
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Paul Hunter Disability Classic 2018: Entry Forms Released

The entry forms for groups 7 and 8 are available here: https://snookerhub.co.uk/wp-admin/post.php?vc_action=vc_inline&post_id=36548&post_type=post There are also important details relating to the relative disability classifications, including... Group 7 After previous consultation with players it has been decided that players must be classified by British Blind Sport (BBS) to play in Group 7 WDBS events. Group 8 In respect of Group 8 competitions,... Read more »
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WDBS Announces 2018/2019 UK Calendar

WDBS Announces 2018/2019 UK Calendar World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) is today pleased to announce its provisional calendar of UK events for the 2018/19 season.   Having previously announced events on an individual basis, for the first time were are able to confirm a full schedule of seven UK events for the season ahead,... Read more »
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Disability Snooker – February Review

WDBS Logo February was a busy month in the world of Disability Snooker It started off the table in fact with the very popular appointment of Simon Berrisford to the WDBS board For the full story see https://www.wdbs.info/berrisford-joins-wdbs-board/ For the first event of the year it was off to the Elite Snooker Club in Preston for... Read more »
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Parris Cues UK Open

Parris UK Open Poster It was another resounding success for World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) at the Parris Cues UK Open at the Barratts Snooker and Sports Club, Northampton. Former winners took the titles in the three events in the second tournament of the year. Groups 6,7 and 8 were in action over the... Read more »