Snooker Blog Category: Disability

WDBS PH May 2018

Derby Success for Neale and Ahmed

The Paul Hunter Disability Classic successfully returned to the Cueball Derby last weekend as World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) staged its latest event for players with learning and sensory disabilities. The final event of the 2017/18 season, the weekend saw a significant increase in entries from the inaugural competition at the same venue a... Read more »

WDBS Coaching Zone to be Sponsored by Go Green Energy

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) has today announced an innovative new sponsorship deal with independent renewable energy company Go Green Energy for the 2018/19 season. Beginning with the WDBS Welsh Open in June, each Friday open day staged by WDBS will now incorporate a new ‘Coaching Zone’ at which people with disabilities can receive... Read more »
Ambassor Walker

WDBS announce 2 new Ambassadors

.@WorldSnooker1 Absoutely honoured to become an official Ambassador for Disability Snooker, especially having been part of recent Paralympics and Winter Paralympics for @Channel4 Our goal is to get snooker back in the Paralympics, it will take time but we will get there! — Rob Walker (@robwalkertv) April 25, 2018 Very proud to be associated… Read more »

World Snooker Disability Day

World Snooker Disability Day 2018

World Snooker Disability Day will once again be staged during the Betfred World Snooker Championship in Sheffield on Wednesday 25th April 2018 With activities to run throughout the day at the ‘Cue Zone’ situated at the Winter Garden, close to the Crucible Theatre, the event aims to raise awareness of disability snooker and encourage people... Read more »
Kurt Deklerck and Simon Berrisford

Belgium Hosts Landmark WDBS Event

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) successfully staged its first-ever event outside of the UK last weekend in Belgium. Held at The Trickshot in Bruges, the competition saw a mix of established WDBS players and local challengers come together for an event which represented another significant milestone for disability snooker globally. There was a home... Read more »