Snooker News

The Saturday morning junior club at the Castle Snooker and Sports Bar returns!

Saturday morning sees the return of the very popular junior snooker club at The Castle in Brighton. Run by WPBSA coach Kai Michael, the club gets on average 15 participants per week. As the World Snooker Championship Qualifiers gets underway, could a future World Champion be starting their journey to the Crucible? When things get… Read more »

From Challenge Tour to Q Tour. A move in the Right Direction

The news came out yesterday of the WPBSA taking over what one might call the “second string tour” to the WST main tour. “WPBSA Q Tour is set to be the most competitive amateur tour around. It will be made up of those players with a track record, and on the edge of professional status,… Read more »

Does a Permanent Summer World Snooker Championships Make Sense?

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For many years, we have enjoyed the feast of snooker that comes around in April and May, culminating with the World Snooker Championships. Almost every single sport has been turned upside down over the past few months and snooker has been a part of that. The 2020 World Championships will begin on July 31, a… Read more »

Challenge Tour Play-off Draw and World Championship Line-up announced

Yesterday the World Snooker Tour (WST) announced the draw for the Challenge Tour Play-off and the full line-up of players for the Betfred World Snooker Championship. Challenge Tour Play-off The Challenge Tour Play-off features the top eight in the Challenge Tour rankings who have not already secured their main-tour place for next season. Ashley Hugill… Read more »

News – Thursday 9 July 2020

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Competitive Amateur Snooker Returns to England This Weekend The first post-lockdown tournament is the regular monthly singles handicap at Lincoln Snooker Club The event has had to be limited in numbers to meet the social distancing requirements and of course was over subscribed! Lincoln Snooker Club is a very popular venue and already has an… Read more »