West of England Snooker Open 2018 – Results

West of England Snooker Open 2018 - Joint Highest Break (119c) Winner Ryan Mears

Ryan Mears was the last man standing to take the West of England Snooker Open title after a long day of snooker at Jesters, Swindon. Select here for all the details

Player of the Month

Player of the month

Select Player of the Month to find out who is in the spotlight for September 2018.

Totally Reward to Sponsor WEBSF Events

Totally Reward logo

The WEBSF Management Team are pleased to announce that after a successful 2017/18 season, HR Services and Reward Solutions consultants, Totally Reward have kindly agreed to sponsor some of the WEBSF events again this season.

West of England Snooker Open

West of England Snooker Open 2018

Just in case you missed it the first time around, book your place NOW on the WoE Snooker Open, sponsored by Totally Reward. Takes place on Saturday 29th September 2018 at Jesters Snooker Hall, Swindon. See WoE Open Snooker entry for more details.



Here we go again!

The 2018 / 2019 season starts with the first tournament on the 29 September 2018, not all venues have been secure but hopefully they will be soon. As ever the work of the WEBSF volunteers never stops and over the summer period we have continued to work on the sustainability and growth of the WEBSF. This has brought about the introduction of some significant changes and developments to the way in which we operate. These can be read about by selecting the opening address.

Good Luck to all players ‘keep it simple and do the simple things well’

Player of the Month

Player of the month

Select Player of the Month to find out who is deserving of this accolade for August 2018.

Pink Ribbon 2018

No automatic alt text available.Congratulations to Andrew Norman in winning the 2018 Pink Ribbon at the South West Snooker Academy. Let’s also pay tribute to some of the WEBSF members; Tyler Rees, Callum LloydDan Barsley (last 16), Andy Symons &  Sam Baird (quarters), and Harvey Chandler (Finalist). Great effort in this very special tournament that continues to raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer.

Bump Start Needed for the Blade

Sam Baird - Break Building Masterclass 2017
Sam ‘The Blade’ Baird

After qualifying from Q School at the first attempt in order to maintain his professional status, Sam’s start to the new season did not go so well.

Can he find the form that took him to 43 in the professional rankings and a narrow defeat against the World number one Mark Selby in the last 16 of the World Championship in 2013. Follow Sam’s progress on his website

Player of the Month

Player of the month

Select Player of the Month to find out who is deserving of this accolade for July 2018

A little help could change lives

David Church - 2017 WDBS World Open Champion
David Church – 2017 WDBS World Open Champion

World Disability Billiards & Snooker (WDBS) player David Church is also a member of the WEBSF. Like several other WEBSF members David is desperate for some help towards funding his ambition to play snooker and hopefully realise his potential at the highest level.

David is not without some reward for his efforts. So far he has reached the final stages of the Northern Classic, Manchester Classic, Welsh Open Six Reds, the Belgian Open. The highlight of his playing career saw him lift the WDBS World Open Snooker title in 2017. He also won a qualifying match in the Paul Hunter Classic in 2017.

David works hard at his game on the practice table, as do most hopefuls. However, this is the easy bit! the difficulty is finding adequate support towards the expenses needed to compete in tournaments. In spite of a local TV appeal, posting over 300 letters to potential sponsors and investigating many potential sources for funding he has only had five responses, none of which have borne fruit.

Anyone interested in helping David, or any of our WEBSF players, can contact him. Details on his website or contact the WEBSF