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.
Who can enter? – Any amateur player who will still be under 17 years on the 31st December 2016
Do I have to be a member of the WEBSF? – No, this is an open tournament
What is the entry fee? – £10.00 – (entry is not guaranteed until payment has been received)
When can I enter? – Registration is now open
How do I pay? – Pre-payment required by the following methods:- Cash: to Wayne or Steve Bank transfer: contact the WEBSF for details Mobile: Wayne 07980788484 Mobile: Steve 07891940995 eMail: email@example.com
or PayPal to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please reference name and event it’s for show it shows up on accounts
What is the dress Code? – Single Coloured Polo Shirt or Shirt with Collar with or without a Waistcoat (sponsorship logo’s accepted). Smart trousers and Shoes. Strictly NO Jeans, NO Shorts, NO Trainers
Welsh snooker ace Callum Lloyd is the 2014 West of England Bronze Waistcoat Open Snooker Champion, who will be champion this year?
The Bronze Waistcoat Open Snooker Championship age limit has been reduced to those that were under 16 on the 31st December 2014. To put it another way if you are 16 now but you were born after 31st December 1998 you are still eligible to enter. This year the tournament will be completed in a single day.
The Plymouth Bronze Waistcoat ran from 2004 until 2010 and was sponsored by the following Plymouth snooker clubs: Riley’s, Victoria Snooker Centre, The Plaza and Plymouth Snooker Club. WEBSF Officials Wayne & Debora Branton, Darren Hall, Steve Brookshaw, Keith Millard & Roger Cole generously gave their time and enthusiasm to develop grass roots snooker in the Plymouth area.
Each season the top four players qualified for the Regional Finals Day where they pitted their skills against qualifiers from the Redruth, Exeter & Falmouth Tours (posted previously).
Dan Legassick was the last Plymouth Bronze Champion. Take a look back over the years and pick out a few familiar faces that have played and, in some cases, still playing. You will have to admit they did look smart in their waistcoats….shame they had to grow up! :). Click here.
The Redruth Bronze Waistcoat was run from 2004 until 2010 in the Redruth Royal British Legion Club. WEBSF Coaches Paul Williams and Vic Wills generously gave their time and enthusiasm to help develop youth snooker in Cornwall.
Each season the top four players qualified for the Regional Finals Day where they pit their skills against qualifiers from the Plymouth, Exeter & Falmouth Tours (posted previously).
Carl Mitchell was the last Redruth Champion. Take a look back over the years and pick out a few familiar faces that have played….where are they now?. Click here.
The Falmouth Bronze Waistcoat was run from 2008 until 2010 in Bells Court Snooker Club, Falmouth. Club proprietor and consummate Snooker player Paul Williams generously hosted and sponsored the events, giving many youngsters encouragement.
Each season the top four players qualified for the Regional Finals Day where they pit their skills against qualifiers from the Plymouth & Redruth Tours (to be posted in the coming weeks).
Aiden Johns was the last Falmouth Champion and now plays on the Gold Waistcoat Tour. Take a look back over the years and pick out a few familiar faces that have played….where are they now?. Click here.