PLAYER SUBSCRIPTION ARE NOW DUE
All those wishing to play in this seasons Waistcoat Tournaments are reminded that Membership Registration Forms must be completed and subscriptions paid in full before entry to WEBSF tournaments is permitted. Subscriptions can be paid on the day of your first tournament. Go to the What’s On link above to find out about this seasons Waistcoat Tours and more
If you are interested in competing in any of the WEBSF tournaments or just want to help with the running of the events, contact the WEBSF for information.
NEW SEASON NEW IDEAS
We are still awaiting the information packs from the EASB. As soon as we have these the Management Team will formulate the WEBSF calendar.
The current thinking is that we will be running a Challenge Matches, a West of England Championship, 4 Gold tournaments, 4 Silver tournaments and Bronze tournaments in Plymouth, Redruth & Exeter. If you are a member and have any views regarding these tournaments or any other aspect of the Foundation please contact the WEBSF using the links at the bottom of this page, or speak with any of the management team
LOCAL YOUNG GUNS GET THE ENGLAND CALL
Kris Vincent and Darren Bond, both members of the WEBSF, have been selected to play in the forthcoming Home Internationals to be held at Pontins, Prestatyn in September. Both players, who excel at local level, have been making an impression at national level and as a result have been duly rewarded with places in the under 19’s England team. Kris, already an England International, is becoming a regular in International matches….for Darren this will be a first but not the last I’m sure.
The WEBSF Management & Coaching Teams on behalf of all members wish them every success in the tournament. Well done lads!
WEBSF TO JOIN FORCES WITH LOCAL LEAGUE
The WEBSF are please to announce a recent addition to the Management Team. John Corry will be representing The Plymouth & District Billiards & Snooker League. This will enable closer working between the two organisations that will help to further their aims and objectives to develop Billiards & Snooker at grass roots throughout the region.
BRANTON’S MAIDEN TON
Two times Bronze Waistcoat Champion Dale Branton continues to improve by recording his fist centry break in practice, a 114. No doubt it won’t be too long before he repeats this feat in a match. Well done Dale!