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Successful Return For WDBS

World Disability Billiards and Snooker crowned its first champions in over 18 months as the body enjoyed a successful return to competition at the Hazel Grove Snooker Club in Stockport last weekend. The first event staged since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, the Stockport Open saw six tournaments held in all, alongside a Friday… Read More

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WDBS Tour Return

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) has today announced the dates and venues for its first scheduled events since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic. View the WDBS Calendar The news follows a period of careful review in line with the latest government guidance and restrictions, which has included extensive consultation with the WDBS Return to… Read More

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Disability Snooker Day 2021

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) has today announced that this year’s Disability Snooker Day will take place on Wednesday 21 April. As in 2020, the day will be held online during the first week of this year’s Betfred World Championship in Sheffield, with the aim of raising awareness of disability snooker and the opportunities… Read More

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New Board Appointments Boost WDBS

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) is today delighted to announce the appointment of Mickey Chambers and Lisa Moore to its Board of Directors. During the past 12 months WDBS has taken the opportunity during the suspension of competitions during the COVID-19 pandemic to conduct a thorough organisational review to ensure that the needs of its players continue to be… Read More

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Neale Honoured as 2019/20 WDBS Player of the Season

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) is today delighted to announce that Nick Neale has been selected as this year’s winner of the Vic Hartley WDBS Player of the Season award. First introduced in 2019, the award recognises the outstanding contribution of one of our players each season, taking into account a wide-range of factors… Read More

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Wednesday Is Disability Snooker Day 2020

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) has announced that this year’s Disability Snooker Day will take place on Wednesday 22 April. A cornerstone of WDBS activity in Sheffield during the professional World Snooker Championship in recent years, the day will be held online in 2020 following the postponement of this year’s tournament due to the… Read More

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Disability Champions Crowned in Bruges

World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) crowned its latest champions last weekend at the Belgian Open in Bruges, Belgium. View the updated Roll of Honour Hosted by the Trickshot Snooker Club for the third successive year, the event welcomed its biggest ever field to date including entries from over 40 players representing six different countries…. Read More

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Champions Crowned at Hull Open

This year’s final World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) event was completed last weekend as our latest champions were celebrated at the Hull Open, sponsored by the Humber Fish Co. Returning to the popular Tradewell Snooker Club for its fourth staging, the event saw competitions held for deaf and partially sighted players across the weekend,… Read More

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Success for UK Disability Snooker Championship

The latest World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) champions were crowned last weekend at the 360Fizz UK Disability Snooker Championship in Northampton. Held at Barratts Snooker Club, the fifth staging of the event previously known as the Open Disability Snooker Championship received entries from almost 70 players as the competition was held over three days… Read More

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Champions Crowned at WDBS Humber Classic

There was a mix of new and familiar winners at the season-opening Humber Classic staged at Hull’s Tradewell Snooker Club last weekend. View all tournament results via snookerscores.net View the updated WDBS Roll of Honour With six main tournaments staged for players with physical and learning disabilities, the event was the first of the new… Read More

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