Home Internationals Summary

The week in Leeds has come and gone, with some excellent snooker being played by the Welsh squad.


Jackson Page, Rhydian Richards, Jack Bradford and Kishan Hirani were in with a shot at the title right until the final rounds. Whilst the Republic of Ireland remained unbeaten and were deserved winners, the slightly unexpected 3-9 defeat to Scotland in the final match meant Wales and Scotland tied for runners up.


Two 40+ teams made the trip, with the A team of Steven Thomas, Gavin Lewis, Byron Philips and ANdrew Isitt finishing 3rd and the B's (Simon Morgan, Tim James, Simon Williams and Dean Thomas) coming 5th.

Under 21s

The sole blemish on the event for Jackson Page, Ben Fortey, Tyler Rees and Ryan Rowlands was the 5-7 defeat to eventual winners England B. Runners Up was a deserved reward after strong performances all round, with Jackson and Tyler finishing 3rd and 4th in the rankings, Tyler running in the highest break of 116, which would have been good enough for second in the mens breaks table.

Under 16s

Our youngsters were unable to capture the rich run of form that gave them the title last year, finishing 4th. Dylan Emery, Conor Caniff, Lewis Sinclair and Ryan Bowgen played their hearts out.


Peter Stanyer, Alex Donne, Eddie Duggan and Paul Harris represented Wales again, finishing middle of the table. Eddie (5th) and Alex (9th) made it into the top 10 players stats too. Heartening to see the progress made and the drive to get more players involved for next year.

Videos - 12 matches

Mens - Jackson Page v Jordan Brown

Masters - Aidan Owens v Gavin Lewis  Gavin Lewis v Stevie Dick  Tim James v Keith Sheldreck  Andrew Isitt v Simon Williams

Under 21 - Ben Fortey v Christoph Van Geertson  Tyler Rees v Dean Young

Under 16 - Dylan Emery v Jenson Kendrick Pt1  Pt2  Conor Caniff v Christopher Clifford  Dylan Emery v Ross Bulman

Billiards - Alex Donne v Dave Nichols  Paul Harris v Wayne Doyle  

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