Steve Brookshaw from Plymouth wins in memory of pops. Steve came through a full day of English Billiards at the Galaxy Centre to lift the WEBSF English Billiards Open title. Go to here to find out more.
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!
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.
Steve Brookshaw – World Billiards Scotish Open Semi-finalist 2016
Chris Coumbe – World Billiards Scotish Open Finalist 2016
Plymouth’s Steve Brookshaw and Chris Coumbe have been at it again. This time in the LITEtask World Billiards Scotish Open. Steve reached the semi-final of the main event whilst Chris reached the final of the Plate. Well done to both players. Visit www.world-billiards.com for more information.
Plymouth’s Steve Brookshaw has qualified for his 4th consecutive appearance at the LITEtask World Billiards Championship which will take place in Leeds next month at the Northern Snooker Centre. Brookshaw has achieved a direct entry into the event having reached 17th place in the Order of Merit rankings, thanks to his results at last season’s World Championship, Jim Williamson Memorial Open, English Open, Bradford Open and at last month’s LITEtask UK Open. There will be two World Championship events over the two weeks with the 150 up format being followed by the ‘long up’ tournament. Visit www.world-billiards.com for more information.