Eddie Manning from Newquay is the 2018 WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Masters Champion. The event was sponsored and hosted by Jesters Snooker Hall, Swindon. Select Gold Waistcoat Masters to see all the results.
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.
Billy Castle thwarts Eddie Manning to win the West of England Open Snooker Championship against a strong field of talented players. Go to full Report
After a great season of WEBSF tournament wins Haydon Pinhey has extended his lead at the top of the WEBSF prize money list and in doing so has raised the bar yet again for the most prize money won in a single season. Other players that have improved their position this season include; Dan Legassick, up to fourth place; Mitch Grinsted, up to fifth and Dale Branton, up to seventh place. An even bigger climber is Eddie Manning who moved up twenty places to eighth position in only his second WEBSF season. Andy Symons and Steve Brookshaw have also prospered and have joined the £1000 plus club.
The total amount of prize money made available by the WEBSF since September 2014 is £43,834. 95% of the entry fees taken has been awarded as prize money. The WEBSF Management Team have achieved this high return through dedicated volunteers (Tournament Directors, Helpers, Referee’s) and the generosity of sponsors. This season we thank the following sponsors: M.J.H. Paving Ltd., Galaxy Centre, Torquay, Jesters, and 147 Snooker Club, Swindon, The Plaza Snooker & Pool Club, Plymouth and Top Q Snooker Club, Gloucester. All clubs have provided their facilities free of charge!
Select WEBSF Prize Money 2011/2016 for more detail.
Haydon Pinhey the Gold Waistcoat Tour Champion 2016 is also the Gold Waistcoat Masters Champion 2016. A fantastic achievement that will take some matching. One man that could, is the prolific break builder Eddie Manning, Eddie came a very close second to Haydon in both the Gold Waistcoat Tour and Gold Waistcoat Masters this season. If he can find the time to enter enough tour events next season, whilst also attending Professional Tour events, he has got to be one of the favourites.
Thanks to Matt Hulatt of M.J.H. Paving for sponsoring the event and Galaxy Centre for playing hosts.
Select Gold Waistcoat Masters to find out more.
Haydon Pinhey from Plymouth is the 2016 overall WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Snooker Tour Champion. After great efforts from Eddie Manning and Andy Symons, Haydon was declared champion. This win was one of the closest on record and had to go to count-back when Eddie won the final event. Both players finished on 252 points. However, Haydon took the title by virtue of winning two events to Eddie’s one. Counting back through, just one frame would have reversed the result…..a valiant effort by the break building machine Eddie Manning. Eddiecould yet square the circle if both players get through to the final of the Gold Masters in May. This is where the top 16 ranked players from the tour are invited to compete in a knock-out tournament for £1320 prize money. The event is sponsored by MJH Paving Ltd. and hosted by The Galaxy Centre, Torquay. Select Gold Waistcoat to see the results for the tour.
Gold Waistcoat Tour Event 5 – final in play 2015-16
Finalist Eddie Manning, Marker Steve Brookshaw and Referee Nick Harry look on as Haydon Pinhey makes a telling 58 break to win the penultimate Gold Waistcoat event of the season and position himself in the driving seat for this seasons overall Champion title. Select Gold Event 5 to find out more.
Paul Standen from North Devon has won Gold Waistcoat Tour event 3, Dan Legassick was runner-up and Eddie Manning took the highest break. With previous winners not performing as well at this event the ranking table is tight at the top. The event was hosted by 147 Snooker Club, Swindon. Select Gold Waistcoat Tour to find out more.
Eddie Manning from Cornwall has won the two-day WEBSF West of England Open Snooker Championship against a strong field of talented players. A full report can be found here.