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Filipiak Claims European Championship in Israel

Kacper Filipiak became the first player ever from Poland to win the European Amateur Snooker Championship following a 5-4 victory against David Lilley in the final at the U Magic Palace Hotel in Eilat, Israel on Saturday afternoon. Organised by the European Billiards and Snooker Association (EBSA), a member of the World Snooker Federation, this prestigious continental… Read More

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Page Captures European Under-21 Championship

Jackson Page has realised his professional ambition courtesy of his dominant victory in the 2019 EBSA European Under-21 Snooker Championship earlier today in Eilat, Israel. In recent years the talented Welsh teenager has been highlighted by many as one of the hottest properties on both the amateur and youth circuits. Among other titles and accolades,… Read More

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Ones To Watch

From the ‘Class of 92’ of Ronnie O’Sullivan, John Higgins and Mark Williams through to young guns like Judd Trump and Kyren Wilson, the depth of talent at the top of snooker has never been greater. Behind the current golden generation, there are teenage talents waiting for their moment in the spotlight. Here are six… Read More

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The 147 Club – One Year In

It’s been a big year for the grass roots development of snooker and billiards in England. The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards (EPSB) has sought to bring clubs into its fold, launching ‘The 147 Club’ – a national affiliation scheme – at the end of November 2017. One year on, there’s now a network of clubs… Read More

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Scottish County Championship 2018

This year’s Scottish County Snooker Championship runs on the weekend of October 27-28 at the Q Club in Glasgow. The event draws together teams from across Scotland to compete for the title. In the field this year are West of Scotland, Dumfries, Aberdeen A, Cumbernauld, Aberdeen B, Borders, Moray and Paisley. The event is supported by  Aramith… Read More

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Pink Ribbon

Once again the South West Snooker Academy (SWSA) in Gloucester will stage the popular Pink Ribbon Charity Pro-Am this year from 28th July – 1st August. The event raises awareness for breast cancer and all entries fees will be donated to the Breast Cancer NOW foundation. The event has been staged for the past eight… Read More

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Elsayed Regains American Crown

  Ahmed Aly Elsayed won his fourth United States National Snooker Championship title, and first since 2011, by beating Raymond Fung 5-2 in the final at the Prince Snooker Club in Brooklyn, New York. Playing in his fourth successive final, Aly was desperate to get the title back which had eluded him for so long…. Read More

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Poland’s Stefanów to Join Main Tour

World Snooker Federation Championship runner-up Adam Stefanów will take his place on the World Snooker Tour for the first time at the start of the 2018/19 season. After Lyu Haotian climbed into the top 64 of the world rankings at the end of last season following the first year of his two-year tour card, an… Read More

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Ibrahim Awarded World Snooker Tour Card

Newly-crowned African Snooker Champion Mohamed Ibrahim will be awarded a two-year main tour card from the start of the 2018/19 season. The 28-year-old Egyptian player emerged victorious from a 66 player field competing in Cairo last week, defeating countryman Mostafa Dorgham 6-1 in the final to secure the title. Ibrahim will join the professional circuit… Read More

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Billiards Sports Gain Awards In Hong Kong

A record-breaking year for Hong Kong Billiard Sports has been topped with the most prestigious coaching award for its Head Coach. Wayne Griffiths, son of former World Champion Terry, was named Coach of the Year for individual senior sports by the Hong Kong Coaching Committee. The coveted award crowns an amazing year for snooker, which… Read More

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