After what feels like a long period of inactivity, the WEBSF management team has started to meet and talk about plans for the 2022/23 season and beyond.
Our activity will continue to be shaped around coaching, tournaments, and volunteering, which are still considered the core aspects of what we do.
Challenges we’ve faced
The last few years have been some of the most difficult to manage during the WEBSF’s history. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to be a stark reminder to prioritise physical and mental health and wellbeing over everything else.
Given our ambition to create and sustain participation in cue sports, it has been very difficult to take the decision to stop our activity for an extended period of time. We know this will have had an impact on players, volunteers, and businesses.
Things to get excited about
We will provide more updates and details soon, but here’s a taste of what’s to come.
We will review the formats and structures behind coaching activity to ensure that we are delivering high-quality coaching to individuals and groups.
Our plan is to organise a small number of tournaments within the 2022/23 season across billiards and snooker disciplines.
We intend to continue our efforts to recruit more volunteers to the foundation. The more we can share responsibility and acquire new skills, the more effectively we can sustain our activity.
We’d like to thank everyone who has stuck with us for your continued support and patience.
We really look forward to the next chapter and hope you’ll get involved.