Young Dragons & Lions in Last 32

Good luck to all these players that have, at some time played in our tournaments. It would be good to see you at one of our events this coming season, so we can introduce you as Under 21 IBSF Snooker Champion….

Jackson Page July 2014
Jackson Page 2014
Tyler Rees 2015
Tyler Rees 2015
Peter Devlin 2016
Peter Devlin 2016
Ben Fortey 2016
Ben Fortey 2016
Jed Mann
Jed Mann

January 2014 News

PINHEY, PINHEY, PINHEY
Haydon Pinhey is cruising towards another Silver Waistcoat title after a third consecutive event victory. Dan Legassick and Thomas Lancastle are close behind but need to dig a bit deeper in order to reel in Mr Pinhey. With three events to go only time will tell. I have mistakenly reported that Pinhey held the record for the most amount of prize money won in a season with £670 in fact Andy Neck holds this record with £750 last season. However, with Pinhey on £655 this season, and we’ve only reached the halfway point in the tournament calendar, who will bet against him setting a new record? Select Silver Waistcoat Hall of Fame for a full report and photo’s.

Thanks to the The Plaza, Plymouth who once again provided excellent facilities and sponsored the event.

This time 100% of the £180 entry fees plus additional sponsorship went as prize money!

SEATON LEAGUE
Select Seaton League 2013/14 for the latest results, report & league table.

FORTEY WINS GOLD AT THE ACADEMY
Ben Fortey won a ‘Black Ball Shoot Out’ to win event 2 of the WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Tour at the South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester. Haydon Pinhey once again proved his consistency by reaching yet another final. This event saw the total WEBSF prize money top £30,000 in this the ninth season with Haydon Pinhey and Andy Neck moving up into second and third places in the Money Table behind Sam Baird. Select Gold Waistcoat Hall of Fame for a full report and more details.

Thanks to all at the South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester who made everyone welcome and provided sponsorship for the event. A special mention for EASB Referee Nick Harry for his expert eye and decision making throughout the day.

This time 100% of the £560 entry fees went as prizes!