Snooker Blog Category: News & Views

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2019 Q School Open for Entries

Details for entry to the World Snooker 2019 Q School have been announced. See the full article here which includes the entry pack Q school this time is at the Robin Park Leisure Centre in Wigan and starts on Saturday 18 May. There will be three events from which the 4 semi-finalists of each event… Read more »

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Hazel Grove Hosts Successful Disability Snooker Event

The first World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) event of 2019 was staged at the Hazel Grove Snooker Club last weekend. The Northern Classic, sponsored by BB Scaffolding, welcomed players with a variety of physical and learning disabilities to contest six individual competitions across the weekend. There was a familiar winner in the latest Groups… Read more »

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The 2019 WSF Championships have been CANCELLED

The World Snooker Federation (WSF) has announced today that the 2019 Championships, earlier moved from Dubai to Beijing, have now been cancelled. Travel difficulties at short notice have been cited as the main reasons for the cancellation. The 2019 World Women’s Snooker Championship will take place “some time in the next few months” as part… Read more »

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Evans wins again in Belgium

Reanne Evans claimed her 3rd title of the season having already won the European Women’s Masters and the Eden Women’s Masters, by beating her main rival Ng On Yee in the final. Both finalists had to survive last frame deciders in their semi-finals with Evans edging Wendy Jans and Ng setting up the final with… Read more »

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WSF Championships have moved

Back in October 2018, the WSF announced that the 2019 WSF Championships would be staged at the Dubai World Trade Centre. See the announcement here However, the WSF have announced a change and the event will now take place at the CBSA-WPBSA Academy in Beijing, China from 20-30 March 2019. You can read the full… Read more »