April 2013 News

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 20
It all hangs on the final match to see if the Wonderers can lift the title for the tenth successive season and the final of the George Trevett Mini League will between the Wonderers and Chard IZZA 147. For all the latest news from Seaton Snooker League click here.

NECK ON THE BRINK OF A GOLDEN DOUBLE
The penultimate Gold Waistcoat trip of the season to the South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester. saw the newly crowned Devon Champion Andy Neck, from Newton Abbot, come away within 100 points of claiming the WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Tour overall title for the second time in succession. A win against Dan Legassick from Plymouth in the final bagged him 700 points and prize money. Click here for more details of this event and the Gold Waistcoat Tour.

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 entry fees went as prize money!

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 18 & 19
Over the past two weeks have Honiton WMC run out of puff and handed the title to club mates Wonderers? For all the latest news from Seaton Snooker League click here.

WEBSF GOLD WAISTCOAT TOUR EVENT 5 – SOUTHWEST SNOOKER ACADEMY
Herewith the revised details for the next Gold Waistcoat Event at the South West Snooker Academy on the 13th April 2013:-

Number of players will be limited to 28 determined on a ‘first come first served’ basis.
To register an interest contact the WEBSF by one of the following means: Mobile: Steve Canniford 07891940995, Wayne Branton 07980788484 or eMail: websf_uk@yahoo.co.uk.
Registration begins at 8:00pm on the 2nd April 2013
Your entry fee must be received within 24 hours of registering your interest. Pay by PayPal stevecanniford@gmail.com, Cash, Cheque made payable to WEBSF or Bank Transfer. (If payment is not received within 24 hours you will be deemed not to have registered an interest).
The group stage format will be 4 groups of 7 players playing the 2 frames against each player in the group to determine qualifiers for the knock-out stage. (3 points for a win 1 for a draw. Equal group positions will be determined by head to head results and the a black ball shoot-out elimination which will be drawn out if more that two players are level on points)
The number of qualifiers progressing to the knock-out stage will be determined by remaining time available.
Players to congregate in the lounge area of the bar by 09:15 for the Tournament Director briefing.
Play to commence at 09:30 prompt!
WEBSF tournament rules apply, please familiarize yourself with them Gold Waistcoat Tour, Tournament Structure & Rules

WEBSF Management Team

PRIZE MONEY TOPS £25,000
Total prize money for all WEBSF tournaments has now exceeded £25,000.

March 2013 News

BRANTON WINS
A trip to the South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester. saw Dale Branton, from Plymouth start slowly only to improve as the day progressed to beat Paul Standen from Braunton in the final to take event 4 of the WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Tour. Once again Standen was in excellent form posting the best break of the day a fine 104 clearance to take the break prize. Click here for more details of this event and the Gold Waistcoat Tour.

Thanks to all at the SWSA, Gloucester who made everyone welcome and provided sponsorship for the event. A special mention for EASB Referee Nick Harry for his exceptional show of stamina to officiate for over 13 hours on the day!

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

CHRIS COUMBE IS HOPING FOR A LOVELY DAY TRIP TO BANGOR
Well done Chris Coumbe from Plymouth who is off to Bangor, Northern Ireland next weekend to play for the England Under 19’s in the EABA Kingsman Cup. Chris will provide us with an article of his experience on his return. We wish him well.

Unfortunately due to bad weather on the day Chris was due to fly to Ireland his flight was cancelled.

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 17
WMC storm into second place aided by a massive six bonus points. For all the latest news from Seaton Snooker League click here.

WEBSF GOLD WAISTCOAT TOUR EVENT 4 – SOUTHWEST SNOOKER ACADEMY
Herewith the revised details for the next Gold Waistcoat Event at the South West Snooker Academy on the 23rd March 2013:-

Number of players will be limited to 28 determined on a ‘first come first served’ basis
To register an interest contact the WEBSF by one of the following means: Mobile: Steve Canniford 07891940995, Wayne Branton 07980788484 or eMail: websf_uk@yahoo.co.uk
Registration begins at 8:00pm on the 13th March 2013
Your entry fee must be received within 24 hours of registering your interest. Pay by PayPal stevecanniford@gmail.com, Cash, Cheque made payable to WEBSF or Bank Transfer. (If payment is not received within 24 hours you will be deemed not to have registered an interest).
The group stage format will be 4 groups of 7 players playing the 2 frames against each player in the group to determine qualifiers for the knock-out stage. (3 points for a win 1 for a draw. Equal group positions will be determined by head to head results and the a black ball shoot-out elimination which will be drawn out if more that two players are level on points)
The number of qualifiers progressing to the knock-out stage will be determined by remaining time available.
Players to congregate in the lounge area of the bar by 09:15 for the Tournament Director briefing.
Play to commence at 09:30 prompt!
WEBSF tournament rules apply, please familiarize yourself with them Gold Waistcoat Tour, Tournament Structure & Rules

WEBSF Management Team

OVERSEAS STARS SHINE AT THE ACADEMY
Nathanael Beckrich beat fellow South West Snooker Academy overseas visitor Alex Ursenbacher in Silver Waistcoat event four at the Academy. Haydon Pinhey still heads up the overall rankings with just two more events remaining. Click here for a report and more details.

Thanks to all at the SWSA, Gloucester who made everyone welcome and sponsored the event. A special mention for EASB Referees Nick Harry and Steve Brookshaw for their excellent refereeing throughout the day.

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 16
All the latest news from Seaton Snooker League. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

WEBSF SILVER WAISTCOAT TOUR EVENT 4 – SOUTHWEST SNOOKER ACADEMY
Herewith the details for the next Silver Waistcoat Event at the South West Snooker Academy on the 9th March 2013. The details are as follows:-

The group stage format currently stands at 3 groups of 5 and 1 group of 4 players playing the best of 3 frames against each player in the group.
The knock-out stage format will be determined by the number of qualifiers from the group stage and time available.
Players to congregate in the lounge area of the bar by 09:15 for the Tournament Director briefing.
Play to commence at 09:30 prompt!
WEBSF tournament rules apply, please familiarize yourself with them Silver Waistcoat Tour, Tournament Structure & Rules.

The limit for this tournament event has not been reached therefore places maybe available on the day at the Tournament Director’s discretion. If you wish to register an interest for his tournament and/or future WEBSF tournaments contact the WEBSF by one of the following means:-

Mob: Steve Canniford 07891949995, Wayne Branton 07980788484
eMail: websf_uk@yahoo.co.uk

WEBSF Management Team

February 2013 News

SILVER WAISTCOAT EVENT 4 – Tournament Registration & Entry
To be considered for the next WEBSF Silver Waistcoat Tournament due to be held at the South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester on the 9th March 2013.

Registration, Entry and Draw – Registration opens on Monday 23rd February 2013. The number of entrants will be limited due to the number of tables and time available therefore entry is secured on a ‘first come first served basis’, a Tournament Director will confirm your entry within 24 hours of the receipt of your entry fee. Registration will close on Sunday 3rd March 2013 at 8:00pm or before if the limit is reach. If you express and interest after registration closes your participation may still be considered. This will be at the Tournament Director’s discretion. The tournament draw will be posted on the WEBSF Web site and Face Book by midnight Monday 4th March 2013. Your registration and entry fee, £15 plus membership (potential new members – please enquire before payment is made), must be received by the registration closing date. Your payment options are:-

Option 1: (Preferred) Electronic Bank Transfer to the WEBSF bank account (contact Steve Canniford or Wayne Branton who will provide details on request, alternatively eMail (websf_uk@yahoo.co.uk) the WEBSF.

Option 2: Cash to one of the WEBSF Tournament Directors (Steve Canniford or Wayne Branton), who will provide a receipt on request.

Option 3: PayPal to Steve Canniford (steve.canniford@gmail.com) who will transfer this to the WEBSF bank account and provide a receipt on request. (It was hoped to use the WEBSF PayPal account but this would incur fees which would have to be taken out the final prize monies)

Option 4: Bank Cheque, made payable to WEBSF.

Commitment to play – If, before the registration closing date, a player decides that they will not be able to fulfil their commitment to play, they must contact one of the Tournament Directors as soon as possible, so that their place can be offered to another player. If this is after the registration closing date the WEBSF Management Team will decide on what course of action will be taken and whether the player will receive a refund/credit.

Tournament play – Play will commence at the designated start time of 9:30am and is planned to finish before 8:00pm at the latest. Where players are more than 5 minutes late for the commencement of a match he/she shall forfeit the first frame, if after waiting a further 15 minutes for them to show, the match will be forfeit. Where both players are more than 5 minutes late the match will start at 1 frame each. If both players are more than 15 minutes late both will forfeit the match. There will not be any planned breaks to take refreshment, players are to make their own judgement to accommodate this need when not required to play. The Tournament Director’s decision is final on all matters relating to the tournament.

Dress code:
Option 1 – Waistcoat, Collared Shirt, Smart Trousers, Dark Shoes.
Option 2 – Collared Polo Shirt (Single colour), Smart Trousers, Dark Shoes. (Polo shirts can be purchased from the WEBSF and the Academy)
(Jeans, Trainers, Sandals are strictly forbidden)

WEBSF Management Team

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 14 & 15
All the latest news from Seaton Snooker League. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

WEBSF ACHIEVERS
Three WEBSF Member’s achievements have been rewarded with financial assistance. Steve Brookshaw, Haydon Pinhey & Chris Coumbe were presented with cheques by EASB Nick Harry at the South West Snooker Academy before the latest Gold Waistcoat tour event took place. Click here to read more.

NECK MAKES A MOVE ON GOLD
The South West Snooker Academy, at Gloucester has become a ‘Honey Pot’ attracting players eager for a taste of what it’s like to play snooker under world class conditions. One of the WEBSF main aims is to facilitate opportunities for its members to realise their dreams and aspirations. One such aspiration was realised this past weekend when the WEBSF took the Gold Waistcoat Tour to the Academy. Fast running cloths, responsive cushions and tight pocket openings prove unforgiving of a less than perfect technique and lapses in concentration. With a full days snooker ahead of them mental stamina would also play an important part in whittling the field down to two players to compete in the final. Andy Neck, from Newton Abbot and Paul Standen from Braunton proved worthy of the challenge and met in the final. Click here for the outcome and more details on the Gold Waistcoat Tour.

Thanks to all at the SWSA, Gloucester who made everyone welcome and provided sponsorship for the event. A special mention for EASB Referee Nick Harry for his exceptional show of stamina to officiate for over 13 hours on the day!

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

FORMER WORLD BILLIARDS CHAMPION COMES TO THE WESTCOUNTRY
Peter Gilchrist will be at St Rumons Club, Redruth and Belgrave Snooker Club, Plymouth on 5th and 6th March 2013 respectively. Click here for a report and more details.

WEBSF GOLD WAISTCOAT TOUR EVENT 3 – SOUTHWEST SNOOKER ACADEMY
Herewith the details for the next Gold Waistcoat Event at the South West Snooker Academy on the 9th February 2013. The details are as follows:-

The group stage format will be 4 groups of 7 players playing the best of 3 frames against each player in the group to determine qualifiers for the knock-out stage.
The knock-out stage format will be determined by the number of qualifiers from the group stage and time available.)
Players to congregate in the lounge area of the bar by 09:15 for the Tournament Director briefing.
Play to commence at 09:30 prompt!
WEBSF tournament rules apply, please familiarize yourself with them Gold Waistcoat Tour, Tournament Structure & Rules

Even though the limit for this tournament event has been reached, a reserve list of players wanting to play is being compiled and will be referred to in the event of places becoming available. If you wish to register an interest for this tournament and/or future WEBSF tournaments contact the WEBSF by one of the following means:-

Mob: Steve Canniford 07891949995, Wayne Branton 07980788484
eMail: websf_uk@yahoo.co.uk

WEBSF Management Team

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 13
Ben Pike falls two short of his first league century. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

January 2013 News

PINHEY WINS THREE IN A ROW
Haydon Pinhey from Plymouth made it three in a row in taking Silver Waistcoat event three. Pinhey beat one of Cornwall’s promising youngsters Brett Broad in the final. Click here for a report and more details.

Thanks to all at Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event.

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 12
Workies defy the weather but IZZA go top! Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

SEARCH FOR SNOOKER PRODIGIES
An exciting new Billiards & Snooker initiative is evolving in Cornwall that will provide an opportunity for youngsters to try their hand at playing Billiards & Snooker, free of charge! Cornwall Amateur Billiards & Snooker Association are going to host three roadshows at strategic locations around the County during February & March. At each venue there will be WEBSF accredited Coaches on hand to provide guidance, tuition & expert advice on all aspects of cue sports. Everyone is welcome to come along and see what fun can be had on a full size table. Click here to find out more and register your interest. If you are unable to make these dates still contact the organisers and the will try and accommodate you.

For those that live outside of Cornwall who are interested in learning Billiards & Snooker, there is a WEBSF Billiards & Snooker Coaching School which takes place most Saturdays in Plymouth. Contact the WEBSF by phone: Wayne on 07980788484 or Steve on 07891940995 or you can email websf_uk@yahoo.co.uk. The WEBSF also has contacts elsewhere in the country and will be pleased to help you seek out facilities in your area.

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 11
A legend returns to play in his 50th year and Wonderers go top. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 10
Tactical placement reaps rewards for Captain Keech. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

IMPORTANT MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENT
Following on from the recent ‘Important Member Announcement’ the following changes to the WEBSF Waistcoat Tour events are now in place:-

To be considered for a WEBSF Tournament your registration and entry fee must be received by the registration closing date, one week prior to the tournament date. Your payment options are:-

Cheque made payable to WEBSF
Cash or PayPal to Steve Canniford or Wayne Branton who will provide a receipt on request. (It was hoped to use the WEBSF PayPal account but this would incur fees which would have to be taken out the final prize monies)
Electronic Bank Transfer to the WEBSF bank account (Steve Canniford or Wayne Branton will provide details on request).

The Tournament Director will confirm your entry on or before the tournament draw is posted on WEBSF Face Book 5 days prior to tournament start date.

Commitment to play – If, before the registration closing date, a player decides that they will not be able to fulfil their commitment to play they must contact the Tournament Director as soon as possible so that their place can be offered to another. If this is after the registration closing date the WEBSF Management Team will decide on what course of action will be taken and whether the player will receive a refund/credit.

Tournament play will commence at the designated start time. Where players are more than 5 minutes late for the commencement of a match he/she shall forfeit the first frame, if after waiting a further 15 minutes the match will be forfeit. Where both players are more than 5 minutes late the match will start at 1 frame each. If both players are more than 15 minutes late both will forfeit the match. There will not be any planned breaks to take refreshment, players are to make their own judgement and accommodate this need when not required to play. The Tournament Directors decision is final on all matters relating to the tournament(s).

WEBSF Management Team

December 2012 News

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 9
Leading into the Christmas Break sees yet more change at the top making this season the most open for some years. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

IMPORTANT MEMBER ANNOUNCEMENT
For the Foundation to continue to provide a quality service to its members and maintain the high level of WEBSF tournament opportunities, members will have come to understand the benefit of continual review, experimentation and resulting changes to the way the Foundation operates. The latest change involves the way we accept tournament entry fees, the following changes are being put in place before the next WEBSF tournament:-

Membership and pre-entry tournament registration – a process is being put in place where players will be able to commit to a tournament in advance through payment at least one week prior to the tournament date. The preferred method of payment will be via the WEBSF PayPal account. This will be advertised on the WEBSF website before each tournament. Payment via cheque or cash will continue to be accepted via the designated Tournament Director provided it is at least 1 week prior to the tournament.
Due to diminishing venues and the number of available tables at each venue, entrants may have to be limited in order to complete the tournament within the set timescale. Receipt of payment early in advance will help secure a place in the tournament. (note: where the Tours are concerned, preference will be given to those who have played in previous tour event(s)). Furthermore, with the high volume of members who have to travel some distance to the venue(s) we feel it is extremely important that each tournament has a viable number of entrants for the tournament to take place. If within a week of the tournament the number of players entered is considered too low, the WEBSF Tournament Director reserves the right to cancel the event. Entry on the day may still be accepted. However, this is at the discretion of the Tournament Director.
Dress code at WEBSF Gold and Silver tournaments – It is important we retain our smart and professional image without appearing too formal and ‘stuffy’. However, the Management Team feel that in order to attract more players who ‘struggle’ with the concept and formality of a waistcoat and bow tie etc..the dress code can be relaxed whilst still looking smart. In the place of a waistcoat a collared polo shirt can be worn, for now this has to be a black WEBSF branded polo shirt. Other items of wear remain as per the original dress code; smart trousers – not jeans; dark shoes – not trainers/sandals. Players who aspire to higher levels are welcome to continue to wear waistcoats. Polo shirts can be obtained from the WEBSF at a cost. For the Bronze Waistcoat tournaments the dress code has not changed; dark trousers, dark shoes & collared shirt, no jeans or trainers.
To ensure members receive the most up-to-date information we must remind everyone that the website is the definitive ‘voice’ of the WEBSF and our main source of information. The importance of this has been highlighted during recent talks we have had with the South West Snooker Academy, and it will be an important asset in attracting potential sponsors to the WEBSF and individual members. It is therefore important we get as many ‘hits’ as possible. The WEBSF Facebook (FB) is a platform for members to enter into social networking, voice their opinions and ideas, view event invitations and generally interact and communicate on all things that are Billiards & Snooker. We will continue to use FB but we will point members to the website for the detail, please go to http://www.websf.co.uk and click on ‘Latest News’ or ‘What’s On’ for more information.

May the WEBSF Management team take this early opportunity to thank all members for their support and feedback, The success of the WEBSF to date is only possible thanks to its members. By working together we can continue to grow, ensuring that Billiards & Snooker has a prosperous future for players of all ages and abilities across the region.

Merry Christmas and a Happy and prosperous New Year – WEBSF Management Team

NECK MAKES A MOVE ON GOLD
Andy Neck, from Newton Abbot made a move towards holding onto his title in event 2 of the WESBF Gold Waistcoat tour. Neck beat Alan Hurley in the final to move into second place behind current ranking table leader Darren Bond. Click here for results and more details on the Gold Waistcoat Tour.

Thanks to all at Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event.

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 8
All change at the top of the table with big wins from Chard IZZA 147 and Honiton Wonderers. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

November 2012 News

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 7
Eddie Bonetta rolls back the years, but Honiton WMC are king of the bonus points to retain top spot in the league. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

ADVANTAGE PINHEY
Haydon Pinhey from Plymouth took full advantage of the poor turnout in the second Silver Waistcoat event of the seasons. Pinhey beat North Devon potter Mitch Wood. Click here for a report and more details.

Thanks to all at Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event.

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 6
Wanderers reel in Chard Casuals as the top teams bunch up at the top of the league. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 5
Chard Casuals take full advantage to put pressure on the following pack. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

PROFESSIONAL SNOOKER EXHIBITION IN CORNWALL
Come and enjoy an evening of snooker with, the ‘Jester’ from Leicester, Mark Selby and two times World Champion Mark Williams. The clash of the giants will take place on Saturday 10th November 2012 at The Keay Theatre, St Austell, Cornwall.

Both Marks’ will play 11 frames of snooker against each other with a 12th frame being auctioned to the highest bidder in the audience. The lucky winner will have the opportunity to choose which Mark to play. At the end of the evening everyone will have the chance to meet the players for photo’s and autographs. For more information visit the SnookerPlus website

October 2012 News

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 4
Chard Casuals edge it at the top in week 4 of the Seaton League. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

NEXT GOLD & SILVER WAISTCOAT EVENTS
For the next dates of the Gold and Silver events go to WHAT’S ON IN THE REGION above. We will probably be at Rileys Plymouth which will be confirmed later.

GOLD STANDARD SNOOKER
Sam Baird from Halberton came through a quality field that saw no less than nine tons to take the first Gold Waistcoat event of this seasons tour . Baird beat Darren Bond, another quality player from Mid Devon. Click here for results and more details on the Gold Waistcoat Tour.

Thanks to all at Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event.

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

PINHEY UNSTOPPABLE
Haydon Pinhey from Plymouth came out on top in the first Silver Waistcoat event of this seasons tour . Pinhey beat Jay Bullen one of many players who must fancy their chances this season. Click here for results and more details on the Silver Waistcoat Tour.

Thanks to all at Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event.

This time 100% of the entry fees went as prize money!

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 2
Early bonus points are having the desired levelling effect in the opening matches of the Seaton League. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

NEXT GOLD WAISTCOAT AT RILEYS PLYMOUH
The first WEBSF Gold Waistcoat event of the season takes place this Saturday 6th October at Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth.

SAM BAIRD EXHIBITION
Report and results of Sam Baird exhibition promoted by Sidmouth War Memorial Club. For more information click here.

SEATON LEAGUE RESULTS – WEEK 1
Opening matches from the Seaton League. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

June 2012 News

BEN HARRISON WINS BELGRAVE OPEN SNOOKER CHAMPIONSHIP
Ben Harrison from Wiltshire, who is sponsored by Adam Quigley of Pockets Promotions, is crowned Belgrave Open Snooker Champion. Harrison also posted the highest break of the day a superb 143. Click here for results and more details of the championship.

Thanks to Belgrave Snooker Club, Plymouth who hosted the event.

SEATON LEAGUE FINAL RESULTS
Latest Seaton League final results and presentation featuring photos. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

STEVE BROOKSHAW IS ONEFORSEVEN CHAMPION
Steve Brookshaw from Plymouth is crowned West of England Billiards & Snooker ONEFORSEVEN Champion. Darran Lock finished second, Andy Neck third and Dan Legassick fourth. Click here for results and more details of the championship.

Thanks to Rileys Snooker Club, Torquay who sponsored the event.

This time 95% of the entry fees went as prize money!

April 2012 News

SEATON LEAGUE – SAM BAIRD EXHIBITION
Report and results of Sam Baird exhibition promoted by the Seaton Snooker league. For more information click here.

BRANTON WINS EVENT – NECK IS LIFTS OVERALL TITLE
Dale Branton from Plymouth became the sixth event winner out of six events. However, it was Andy Neck takes the prestigious title of West of England Billiards & Snooker Foundation Gold Waistcoat Champion 2011/12. Neck also posted the overall best break of 133 clearance. Click here for more results.

Thanks to Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event.

This time 95% of the entry fees went as prize money!

LOCK RECEIVES BELATED REWARD
This presentation was delayed due to others more pressing matters but the WEBSF does not forget. As has become customary Darran Lock from Seaton, Cornwall was presented with a donation by the WEBSF. This is in recognition for being selected to play in the 201 Home Internationals. The money will help replenish those funds that suffered from having to self fund his travelling and overnight accommodation expenses. This link shows WEBSF Head of Coaching, Steve Canniford presenting the cheque to Darran, with fellow Gold Waistcoat players looking on.

SEATON LEAGUE LATEST RESULTS
Latest Seaton League results now in. Don’t forget the Sam Baird exhibition next Tuesday at Chard. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.

IMPORTANT NOTICE – HANDICAP OPEN CANCELLED
The Open Handicap Tournament due to be held at Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth on Sunday 8th April 2012 has been cancelled due to lack of numbers. Next Open Handicapped Tournament will be Sunday 20th May 2012.

COUMBE WINS EABA JUNIOR BILLIARDS TOURNAMENT
Chris Coumbe won the English Amateur Billiards Association Junior Billiards Event 5 hosted by the WEBSF and Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth. Runner-up was Dan Legassick.

JAMES LEE WINS GOLD EVENT
James Lee from Torbay come through to win the penultimate WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Tour event of the season. Lee Walters was runner-up and ranking table leader Andy Neck made the best break of the day a fine 120 clearance. However, it was youngsters Michael Rogers, Dale Branton and Haydon Pinhey that made an impression. Click here for more results.

Thanks to Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth who sponsored the event.

This time 98% of the entry fees went as prize money!

March 2012 News

IMPORTANT NOTICE – VENUE CHANGE
WEBSF Gold Waistcoat Tour event 6 was due to be held at Rileys Snooker Club, Torquay. Due the number of players entering this tournament we have had to switch this event to Rileys Snooker Club, Plymouth. With only 8 tables available at Torquay we would go into the wee small hours of Sunday morning in order to finish the tournament.

The WEBSF MAnagement Team take this opportunity to apologize to all and thank Chez and his staff at Torquay Rileys for hosting tournaments through this season, we will be in contact later in the year to arrange next seasons calendar of events.

SEATON LEAGUE LATEST RESULTS
Latest Seaton League results now in. Click here to get to the Seaton League Home Page.