We’re approaching the last month of 2023, so let’s take a look at some of the key snooker events that will be taking place in December.
More than 18 months had passed between tournaments on the WDBS calendar.
Live snooker has been sparse since the climax of the Northern Ireland Open but there’s other snooker action to report on in this weekly review.
The China Championship is ongoing in Guangzhou but let’s have a quick recap of everything in the world of snooker from the last week.
The latest World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) champions were crowned last weekend at the 360Fizz UK Disability Snooker Championship in Northampton.
There has been a lot of action to follow this week in snooker with many of the different tours accepting the plaudits at an iconic snooker venue.
There was a mix of new and familiar winners at the season-opening Humber Classic staged at Hull’s Tradewell Snooker Club last weekend.
Last weekend saw the staging of the record-breaking Fizz Open Disability Snooker Championship at Barratts Snooker Club in Northampton. The third event of the 2018/19 season organised by World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) boasted an incredible field of 79 competitors across the weekend, smashing the previous record of 55[Read More…]
Peter Geronimo defeated Leroy Williams 3-1 to win the inaugural World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) Humber Classic last weekend. Held at the Tradewell Snooker Club in Hull, the event was the first full-weekend tournament staged exclusively for people with learning disabilities. Based upon the nature of their learning disability,[Read More…]
Officials from World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) recently visited the China Administration of Sports for Persons with Disabilities (CASPD) to explore future partnership opportunities. Nigel Mawer QPM, chairman of WDBS and WPBSA Sport Development Manager Chris Hornby met with Mr Wu Secretary of the Party Committee for CASPD and[Read More…]