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.
The total amount of prize money won by the WEBSF players since 2004 to-date is £53,116.50
The WEBSF pays out over 95% of entry fees as prize money. The WEBSF Management Team have been able to achieve this through volunteers, the generosity of sponsors and the support of Snooker Clubs who provide their facilities.
On behalf of the players, we Thank You!!
Andy Neck wins event 6 and with it the Overall Gold Series. The top sixteen rank players will now receive invites to compete for the Gold Masters Championship 2018 and Dominic Dale Exhibition at Jesters Snooker Hall, Swindon on the 26th May 2018. This, the final event of the season was hosted by Top Q Snooker Club, Gloucester. Select Gold Snooker Series 2017/18 to find out more.
Connor Benzey played solid snooker all day on his way to lifting the 2017 WEBSF Bronze Snooker Open title.
To make a complete day of Billiards & Snooker the WEBSF held Coaching Workshops where WEBSF Coaches and special guests; ex-Professional, Manager & Coach Hassan Vaizie and Snooker Professional Sam Baird gave masterclasses in break building and coaching clinics.
Go to Bronze Open 2017 to find out more
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In preparation for the 2017-18 season, dates have been decided and venues have been secured. Go to the WEBSF Calendar of Events and make sure you put our tournament dates in your diary. The first two events are already open for registration. The WEBSF English Billiards Open on the 2nd September 2017, this is a new event in our calendar in memory of Pops. This is followed by the West of England Snooker Open later in September on the 16th.
The Gold Snooker Series, Gold Masters and Bronze Snooker Open (U17’s) all might have a little something extra this season, which you really won’t want to miss, so be sure you get in some practise and keep the dates free…
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.
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.