Snooker News

Q School 2016

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All eyes turn to Meadowside Leisure Centre in Burton upon Trent on Wednesday for the start of Q School 2016. The 12 Q School qualifiers will each be given two-year tickets to play on the World Snooker Tour 2016/17, playing against the world’s best players for millions of pounds of prize money. There are in… Read more »

Old uns and young uns

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Almost opposite ends of the age ranges tomorrow (30 April) with the last 16 “old uns” battling it out for the Masters title and the last 16 “young uns” fighting for a place in the finals weekend for the Under 21s crown. Both are prestigious events where the winners will be representing England in various… Read more »

The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards

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The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards (“EPSB”) has announced its Whole Sports Plan in England, bringing together professional, amateur, ladies and disability snooker, as well as successful projects including the Cue Zone into Schools programme. WPBSA Chairman Jason Ferguson said: “Snooker is a booming, worldwide sport and as a governing body it is our… Read more »

MIUS Cup – Under 18s Championship

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The South West Snooker Academy will be hosting the MIUS Cup from the 4th to the 7th of August. “The event offers a rare chance for amateur players from all around the world to compete against each other as well as playing on the fabulous tables in the Academy facilities” Full details are available through our calendar… Read more »

EASB English Ranking Series – Final Event

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The 6th and final event in the EASB English Ranking Series takes place this weekend. The winner will earn the opportunity to represent England at the World and European Championships alongside Jamie Bodle who was recently crowned as the 100th English Amateur Champion. Those events provide a route to the main tour. Darryn Walker currently… Read more »