The Welsh contingent got off the mark in Myanmar today. In the Mens competition, only Andrew Pagett was in action and won his opening match 4-2, pegged back from a...
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Dylan Emery had an almost faultless day at Wexa, dropping a single frame on his way to securing the third Under 18s event of the season. Dylan's route to the...
Red Triangle played host to the second event of the Under 21s calendar for this year. A field of twelve met up and the four preliminaries got underway promptly. Rhys...
The second Mens event of the year took place across three venues over the last couple of weeks. In North Wales, the players returned to the Pwllheli Snooker Club for...
Having been asked a nuber of times recently, we would remind all players that the Welsh Amateur Chmpionship is a formal WBSA tournament and as such is subject to the...
This weekend saw Welsh Snooker pitch up at the St Elli Shopping Centre in Llanelli, to riase awareness of the sport amongst the boys and girls out shopping with thei...
The Under 16s have finished over in St Petersburg. As ever, the youngsters gave their all and each, in their own way, did exceptionally well: - Bradley Tyson -...
As the new season is underway, we feel we should clarify some points with regard to the Home Internationals With the number of countries elligible for entry into the...
Those who have entered will no doubt have taken note of who they have drawn by now, but we would like to confirm that the deadline for playing the First Round matche...
St Petersburg once again hosts a major international event, this time it is the IBSF World Under 16s. Four young dragons have made the journey. Bradley Tyson (15) won...
Mens Event One concluded at the weekend, with victory for Jackson Page. The qualifying stages had taken place the week before. Down in Ammanford, Gavin Lewis, B...
On the 13th October, a few of the committee will be in Llanelli shopping centre, with a couple of Junior Star tables. We would encourage any of our junior members to...
There were 14 entries on the day to start the seasons Under 21 Competition. Round 1 highlight was Dylan Emery making a break of 103 in the deciding frame against Ryan...
As ever, the Masters always starts in some style, such is the depth of matchplay experience on show. Redz tables were,as ever, match fit and the breaks kept coming. Alan...
There were no surprises in this first under 14s of the season. Liam Davies continued his dominance of the age group, on the back of a strong performance in the Hom...
A dozen young players contested this first under 18s event of the season. Jackson page, the current welsh champion showed his class by winning the event producing a...
The Top Team Tournament is open for entry. Interested teams should download the ENTRY FORM and get it back to Brian...
The HIBSF Home Internationals has drawn to a close, with some notable performances from the Welsh contingent: - Mens Runners up Jack Bradford top of...
The final day of competition is underway in Leeds and both teams are in with a shot of glory In the Under 21s, Wales face England A in the final, coming off the back...
The second day of the U21s and U16s has brought mixed results for the boys. In the U21s, Callum, Dylan, Jackson and Tyler kept their top spot in group 2 with a 9-3...
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