Members can now purchase and download photo’s taken at WEBSF tournaments on-line via Snapfish. To enter the site you will require a password. This is obtained by emailing Webpics and proving your identity as a member by quoting your membership number and maybe answering a specific question about yourself. In order to keep the room secure the password will be changed periodically.

Dale Branton it seems has talent beyond the snooker table. WEBSF Tournament Directors where presented with caricatures drawn by Dale at the recent WEBSF Bronze Waistcoat Finals Day in recognition for their hard work. The TD’s where amazed at the accuracy captured by Dale in his sketches. Are there any more members out there with other talents beyond the green baize, contact us and we’ll feature it here. Left to right Darren Hall, Wayne Branton, Steve Brookshaw, Roger Cole & Steve Canniford.

Adam Gallen remained focused throughout a long day to take the title of WEBSF West of England Billiards & Snooker Foundation Regional Bronze Waistcoat Champion 2008. Gallen defeated the 2007 champion Jake Stewart 2-1 in the final. For more details and report go to Bronze Waistcoat.

This tournament was open to all those that will be under 16 on the 31st December 2007.

Thanks to Victoria Snooker Centre, Plymouth for hosting the event.

The EASB are preparing to launch a new coaching scheme. In order to include as many people as possible they need to gather information about who is currently involved in coaching, who wants to become involved and the levels that they aspire to. Go to EASB Coaching Scheme to register your interest.

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