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Events (WB)
18 Jun 2019

2019 Hi-End Open Billiards, Bangkok, Thailand.

July 17th to 20th. Hi End Snooker Club, Bangkok.


Guaranteed minimum prize pool 7000 UK pounds. Double World Ranking Points. There will be a Challenge Cup.
The Hi End Snooker Club has a reputation as one of the best venues in the world. 15 Star tables, all recovered every three months with Hainsworth Precision cloth. Fully air conditioned, bar and restaurant on site. Video streaming available.

Matches will be played under the timed format. The baulk line crossing rule will be used.

There are some accommodation recommendations, in various price ranges, on the Hi End web site.

The groups, sessions, etc. are available here.

The club manager, Gap has invited players, officials and their guests to a reception and opening ceremony on Wednesday 16th July at 5pm at the Hi-End club, we hope you will attend.

Prizes are :-

Winner£2200
Runner-Up£1100
Semi-Finalists£550
Quarter-Finalists£275
Last 16£125
Highest Break£300
Challenge Cup Winner£80
Challenge Cup Runner-Up£40
Challenge Cup Semi-Finalists£20
Challenge Cup Highest Break£40
Total£7,000

13 Jun 2019

2019 World Billiards Championship

World Billiards and the Australian Billiards & Snooker Council are delighted to announce that the 2019 World Billiards Championship and 2019 World Open will take place at the Royal Automobile Club of Victoria, in Melbourne, Australia, between Sunday 6th and Saturday 12th October.

The World Billiards Championship will take place between 8th and 12th October.

Only register for the World Championship when invited to do so by World Billiards or if you have been selected to represent your National Governing Body. Invitations have been sent to all former World Champions, the top 40 in the Order of Merit and National Governing Bodies. Further invitations will follow, subject to the number of acceptances in round 1.

Register Here for the World Championship

Check Entries Here

The World Open will be played over the first two days of this period, 6th to 7th October, across several venues. It will be a level 3 event, and will include a challenge cup for those who do not qualify for the knock-out stage. This event is open entry, but the organisers reserve the right to have a qualifying criteria if dictated by the number of entries.

Register here for the World Open

Check Entries Here

EARLY TICKET RELEASE
Limited numbers of Early Release tickets for the World Open (October 6-7) and the World Championship (October 8-12) are now on sale. Visit HERE for tickets. All sessions for both events will be ticketed.

2019 World Women’s Billiards Championship

This event will be held on Friday 11th and Saturday 12th October. Entry is £30. Guaranteed minimum prize pool is £500 Рbut this may increase as further sponsorship is sought. Entry is Open Рthere is no qualification process. Entries close on 30th September.

Register here for the World Women’s Billiards Championship

Check Entries Here

The historic and prestigious World Billiards Championship, first contested in 1870, was played in Melbourne in 1934, when Australian billiards legend Walter Lindrum defended his title against England’s Joe Davis. 85 years later, the Championship will be played in Australia for the third time.



The RACV Club is an outstanding venue for this event, with a first-class members only billiard room, extensive dining facilities and an on-site hotel. It is situated right in the heart of Melbourne within walking distance of numerous cafes, restaurants and entertainment facilities.

www.billiardschampionship.com
Visit the event web site for much more information.

 


4 May 2019

2018/19 Calendar of Events

Dates for 2018/19:

#2018EventCity, CountryLevelStatus
1AUG31-02IB&SA Illawarra OpenWollongong, Australia3Results
2SEP04-06Christchurch Open (Alan Parris Trophy)Christchurch, NZ1Results
3SEP07-09NZBSA New Zealand OpenChristchurch, NZ1Results
4OCT20-21World Open (Jim Williamson Trophy)Leeds, England3Results
5OCT22-26World Billiards ChampionshipLeeds, England5 Results
OCT25WLBS World Women’s ChampionshipLeeds, EnglandResults
6NOV09-11QBSA Queensland OpenRedcliffe, Australia2Results
7DEC01-02British OpenBradford, England3Results
2019
8JAN26-27Scottish OpenKirkcaldy, Scotland4Results
9MAR22-24Sydney OpenSydney, Australia4Results
10MAR30-31English Open (Ron Agnew Trophy)Cambridge, England3Results
11APR20-21UK OpenLeeds, England4Results
12APR22-26World Matchplay Billiards ChampionshipLeeds, England5 Results
APR25World Women’s MatchplayLeeds, EnglandResults
13MAY18-19RIBSA Irish OpenCarlow, Ireland3Results
14MAY20-22European OpenCarlow, Ireland5Results
15MAY25-26WVEBL Vimy Ridge ClassicWinnipeg, Canada3Results
16MAY27-31Pan-Am CupWinnipeg, Canada5Results
17JUN11-14Pacific International *Melbourne, Australia5Results
18JUL17-20Hi-End Open BilliardsBangkok, Thailand5Confirmed
19JUL27-28Welsh OpenCwmbran, Wales3Confirmed
20AUG09-11Illawarra OpenAustralia3Confirmed
21AUG17-18NSC Open – Jim Williamson TrophyLeeds, England2Confirmed
2019/20 Season
SEP6-8NZBSA New Zealand OpenNew ZealandTBCConfirmed
SEP28-29Austrian OpenVienna, AustriaTBCConfirmed
OCT6-7World OpenMelbourne, Australia3Confirmed
OCT8-12World Billiards ChampionshipMelbourne, Australia5Confirmed
NOV16-17British OpenPortland Snooker Club, Carlisle3Confirmed
NOV/DEC29-1Queensland OpenAustralia2Confirmed
2020    
JAN25-26Scottish OpenStyx, KirkaldyTBCConfirmed


*
The Pacific International billiards event in Australia is part of a seven day billiards and snooker week. The billiards event is preceded by a three day Australian Open snooker tournament, which is open to anyone.

Please note: only when dates are confirmed on this website are they fully confirmed. Please do not book travel or accommodation on the basis of having seen dates for events published elsewhere. If the event ‚ÄėStatus‚Äô column above is marked as ‚ÄėTBC‚Äô then there is a reason.

Dates subject to change. Please check back for further details as they are confirmed.


13 Apr 2019

Irish Open and European Open

Irish Open, 18th & 19th May, a level 3 World Ranking Event.

2019 Irish Open Draw
Playing Schedule
Results (when available)

European Open, 20th to 22nd May, a level 5 World Ranking Event.

2019 European Open Draw
Playing Schedule
Results (when available)

Players may make their own arrangements, there are hotels and B&B’s within walking distance.

Travel from Dublin to Carlow is possible by bus, and if you advise your arrival time you will be met at the bus stop in Carlow. Bus services are www.jjkavanagh.ie and www.buseireann.ie

For more information please contact Brendan Devlin or Ger Murray

 

 


9 Apr 2019

Pan Am Cup & Vimy Ridge Classic

ENTRIES ARE NOW CLOSED

We are pleased to introduce our 2019 English Billiards tournaments to be held at the Army Navy and Air Force Veterans Unit #283 in Winnipeg, Canada.
The Pan Am Cup is a world ranking event which attracts players and viewership from around the world. In our 3 prior tournaments (formerly ‚ÄėThe Americas Cup‚Äô), many top ranked and multiple world champions participated and have since promoted our biannual event globally. As the prize money will be the largest of any world ranking tournament in 2019 (12000 pounds sterling), we expect a tremendous appeal to international players from England, India, Europe and the United States. The event runs from May 27 through May 31.
Our preliminary tournament, the Vimy Ridge Classic commemorates the World War I battle at Vimy Ridge on April 9, 1917. The outcome of this battle is considered a turning point in Canadian history regarding its display of national unity and achievement. It is a competition where many of our local English Billiards players test their cue skills against the world elite. It is sanctioned by World Billiards, and the Pan American Billiards and Snooker Association and will be held on May 25 and May 26.
We welcome all players, and strive to make their experience in our competitions and in Canada highly enjoyable.

Vimy Ridge Classic –¬†Results

PanAm Cup –¬†Results

Contacts: Garry Marshall – garry.marshall0591@gmail.com; Guy smith –glsmith61@hotmail.com


25 Mar 2019

2019 World Matchplay Championship

Congratulations Dave Causier – 2019 World Matchplay Billiards Champion.

Results here.


The World Matchplay Billiards Championship took place between 1989 and 2002 and the winners were:

1989Mike Russell[150up]
1990Mike Russell[150up]
1996Mike Russell[150up]
1997Robby Foldvari[100up]
1998Mike Russell[100up]
1999Geet Sethi[Timed]
2000Peter Gilchrist[Long Up]
2001Mike Russell[Timed]
2002Chris Shutt[Timed]

Our own short format champions are as follows:

2012Rupesh Shah[150up]
2013David Causier[150up]
2014Pankaj Advani[150up]
2015David Causier[150up]
2016David Causier[100up]
2017David Causier[100up]
2019David Causier[100up]

2019 World Matchplay Championship


2019 UK Open


12 Jan 2019

2019 Scottish Open

The 2019 Scottish Open

For the Elden Cup

Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th January

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The 2018 Scottish Open will take place on Saturday & Sunday 26th & 27th January at Styx, Kirkcaldy.

This event has now been upgraded to a level 4 event with £3000+ prize money and x1.5 ranking points.

Hugh Elden

Hugh Elden

Due to extra sponsorship the entry fee will remain at £40.

Here are some links for the latest info :-

Player List

Latest Results

Session Schedule

To see info about entering events see here.

This tournament will be the last ranking event before the Order of Merit
cut-off point for the
World Matchplay in April. 

For details of travel and accommodation see here.

Any referees willing to officiate at this event please contact Alan Shepherd or Colin Whitelaw.

The Scottish Open trophy is named the Elden Cup in memory of Hugh Elden who represented Scotland in the 2013 World Team Championship and won the
2014 Scottish Championship. Hugh sadly passed away in 2015.

 

Sponsored by:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entries are now closed.

 

 


26 Oct 2018

2018 World Billiards Championship


New World Champion

Sourav Kothari has won his first World Billiards Championship with a 1134-944 victory over Peter Gilchrist in the final. Kothari follows in the footsteps of his father Manoj who won the World Amateur in 1990.

For a breakdown of World Championship prize money see here.

For all results click here.

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