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WPBSA Statement: Simon Blackwell

The WPBSA and Simon Blackwell Disciplinary Hearing Finding At a WPBSA Disciplinary Committee hearing on 9th May 2022, Simon Blackwell an amateur snooker player, accepted two breaches of the WPBSA Rules. The circumstances were that Blackwell was seeking to finish in the top four of the EPSB Open Series where the prize was a free entry to WST… Read More

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Statement On Liang Wenbo

We are aware that Liang Wenbo has been sentenced following an incident of domestic-related assault. We strongly condemn all forms of violence. This matter has been passed to WPBSA Disciplinary and their Chairman Jason Ferguson has released the following statement: WPBSA Press release Liang Wenbo  Following the conviction of Liang Wenbo for domestic-related assault at… Read More

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World Disability Snooker Day 2022

World Disability Snooker Day 2022 World Disability Snooker Day will return to the Sheffield Winter Garden for the first time in three years on Wednesday 20 April 2022. Held online during the Betfred World Championship over the past two years due to the coronavirus pandemic, the day aims to raise awareness of the opportunities for… Read More

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Thomerson Is Pacific Champ

Ryan Thomerson has won the 2022 Asia Pacific Open Snooker Championship following a 6-1 defeat of fellow Australian Justin Sajich in the final at Mounties in New South Wales. The 27-year-old’s victory in the multi-continental event sees him realise a career ambition as Thomerson, a former house-mate of Neil Robertson, is set to be offered… Read More

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McGuigan Takes Title / O’Sullivan Regains Tour Card

Northern Ireland’s Robbie McGuigan won the final event of the WPBSA Q Tour season with a 5-3 victory against Michael Collumb at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds. McGuigan’s semi-final victory over Simon Bedford meant that Sean O’Sullivan won automatic promotion from Q Tour to the World Snooker Tour and will have a pro card… Read More

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Si Beats Stephens In WSF Open Final

China’s Si Jiahui won the 2022 World Snooker Federation Open, beating England’s Lee Stephens 5-0 in the final at the Ding Junhui Snooker Academy in Sheffield. Si earns a two-year World Snooker Tour card and will enjoy a return to the pro circuit from next season, having played on the tour from 2019 to 2021. This… Read More

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Kazakov Wins Junior Crown

Anton Kazakov won the 2022 World Snooker Federation Junior Championship with a 5-3 defeat of Jake Crofts at the Ding Junhui Snooker Academy in Sheffield, England. View full tournament information Held for the second time following the inaugural staging of the tournament won by China’s Gao Yang in 2020, the tournament saw over 60 of… Read More

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WSF Junior Open Preview

A ticket to the professional circuit is on offer this week as many of the world’s most promising youngsters travel to Sheffield for a shot at World Snooker Federation Junior Open glory. The event runs from February 15-18, for live scores click here. Aiming to follow in the footsteps of China’s Gao Yang who lifted… Read More

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Record Entry For WSF Championships

The upcoming World Snooker Federation Championships will be one of the largest international snooker competitions staged in recent history with 319 individual players from 44 different countries set to compete for places on the World Snooker Tour. WSF Junior Championship – Entry List WSF Open Championship – Entry List To be held at the Ding Junhui… Read More

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Q Tour Triumph For O’Sullivan

England’s Sean O’Sullivan has claimed his maiden WPBSA Q Tour title following a 5-2 success against Julien Leclercq of Belgium 5-2 at The Winchester Snooker Club, Wigston. View full results from Q Tour 3 The WPBSA Q Tour is an official pathway to the World Snooker Tour with two professional places to be won across the season… Read More

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