Sixteen years old Tom Rees (Swansea) beat defending champion Gareth Allen (N. Wales) by four frames to one to win the WBSA Welsh 6 Reds Championship at Ammanford Snooker...
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In memory of our great friend and colleague who gave so much to Welsh Snooker Jack Carney Memorial Trophy. Prize Fund: £500.00 (Subject to entries) The qualifying...
Duane Jones (Mountain Ash) started the new year as he finished the last, in winning form. Several players failed to turn up for this event (probably still recovering...
Edward Topham (Cardiff) recorded his first ever win in a Welsh Ranking event as he triumphed in this the second Under 19's event of the season. Having reached the final...
Duane Jones was his normal efficient self as he emerged triumphant from this first under 19s event of the season. His quarter final against fellow junior international...
Duane Jones won this last Welsh Under 19's ranking event of the season, beating fellow junior international Callum Lloyd in a close final in which neither player could...
This event was hugely disappointing because of the number of players who failed to turn up. Probably the combination of mothers day and celebrating Wales grand slam...
Jamie Clarke won his second consecutive under 19s event of the season beating international team mate Duane Jones in the final. Duane never got going in the final and...
Jamie Clarke was the in form player throughout this first Under 19's event of the season. He made a string of decent breaks along the way and was only really troubled...
Jamie Clarke became Welsh under 19s champion by winning thisevent beating callum Lloyd in the final. Jamie reached thefinal with a good semi final win over th...
Barry's Sam Thomas continued his excellent run of form by winning this event. He reached the final with superb wins over junior internationals Jamie Clarke...
Cardiff's Travis Furnish won this second Under 19's event of the season. He reached the final with fine wins over junior internationals Ryan Rowlands and Tom...
The 2012-13 snooker season is here so good luck to you all. Today there are more Welsh players on the Main Tour than ever and each one started their career playing in...
After several near misses Ryan Rowlands (Barry) finally broke his duck as he won his first ranking event by defeating Tyler Rees in a very close final. Ryan reached...
Callum Lloyd won this second Under 19's event by beating event 1 winner and no. 1 seed Tyler Rees in the final. Tyler reached his second successive Under...
Wales Under 19's did superbly well be break Englands long domination of this event by running out the eventual winners after a very tough week of international...
Tyler Rees continued his run of good form by winning this first under 19s event of the season. He reached the final after defeating Suraj Singh in a very close match...
Wales’ top seniors and juniors are crowned home international champions 2011 after winning the prestigious event at Pontins, Prestatyn, N.Wales. Welsh senior...
Gavin Lewis and Andrew Rosser won the 2011 Welsh Pairs title by beating Anthony Krysa and Tom Rees by three frames to two in the final at Darren Morgan’s Red...
The 2011 Jack Carney memorial tournament took place last weekend at the Terry Griffiths Matchroom in Llanelli. The Tournament was founded in 2010 by th...
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