Haydon Pinhey from Plymouth has retained WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Masters Champion title. The event was sponsored and hosted by The Galaxy Centre, Torquay. Select Gold Waistcoat Masters to see all the results.
Select Player of the Month to find out who is deserving of this accolade for June 2017.
Harvey Chandler has been putting in the time on the practice table these past couple of months or so and he has been duly rewarded for his efforts. In April he reached the final of the a WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Tour event; he followed this by recording a maximum, on the match table, whilst waiting for his next match in a tournament at Leicester; he then won a Pro-am in Dunstable; followed by a semi final exit in a London tournament, from 3-1 down he made a 106 to go 3-3 only to lose the decider to professional Alan Taylor and more recently he reached the final of another Pro-am tournament in Clacton on Sea, beating World no. 20 Mark King 4-2 in the semi finals.
These results are an indication that Harvey has the raw talent and with hard work and a positive mind-set he has the ability to elevate himself to higher levels. Harvey’s final tournament of the season will be the WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Masters, due to be played on 17th June in The Galaxy Centre, Torquay. He has to be in with a good chance and is certainly one to watch out for next season.
Friday night and the early hours of Saturday morning the sky over Plymouth was alive with an electrical storm not seen the like of in many a generation. Come Sunday afternoon a Plymothian also had an ‘electric’ moment, this time on the Snooker table.
Dale Branton recorded the ‘perfect frame’, a superb 147 in a frame against one of his mates. Congratulations to Dale on achieving this significant milestone.
Michael Rogers wins final tour event 6 and Eddie Manning wins the overall tour title
If you are in the top 16 an invite to the Gold Waistcoat Masters on the 17th June 2017 will be coming your way soon.
Select Player of the Month to find out who is deserving of this accolade for May 2017
Andy Symons avenges defeat, Haydon Pinhey knocks in a 130 clearance and ex-professional Nick Pearce makes his mark. With just one event to play players will be jostling for the top 16 places in the ranking table to go forward into the Gold Waistcoat Masters.
Harvey Chandler was in pretty good form this Saturday when he reach the final of WEBSF Gold Waistcoat event 5 at Top Q, Gloucester. However, Andy Symons (Tavistock) went one better by taking the deciding frame after Harvey missing a difficult brown. This was sweet revenge for Andy having lost to Harvey in a decider in the final of event 4 at the 147 Club, Swindon a month ago…..more about this later in the week as today Harvey made a 147 break on the match table whilst waiting for his next match at a tournament at Breakers, Leicester. Harvey lost in the quarters, probably due to being on a high after the 147, as is often the case.
The break was witnessed by many people including Ben Woolastons mum who was running the event, Harvey got got a richley deserved round of applause. Furthermore, Harvey is the second person to hit a 147 on that table behind 5 times world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan, who hit a 147 in a exhibition at the club just over a year ago.
Well done Harvey, push on!
The Seaton Snooker League final league results. Select Seaton League Results 2016/17 for details.
If you want several frames of, no handicaps, no messing just good match practice, then this event is for you. Open to any amateur player that can hold a cue. Professional Sam Baird honed his skills on this tour.
Entry is £20.00 (plus £10 membership), pre-payment required by the following methods:
Bank transfer: contact the WEBSF for details (Mobile: Steve 07891940995 or eMail: firstname.lastname@example.org) or you can PayPal or pingit to: email@example.com
Please reference name and event 5, notification of entry must be received by 8pm tomorrow to guarantee a place in the tournament. If you require more information or if payment by any of the options above is a problem call Steve and we will sort something out.
Dress Code – Single Coloured Polo Shirt or a Waistcoat (sponsorship logo’s accepted). Smart trousers and Shoes. Strictly NO Jeans, NO Shorts NO Trainers.