English Open History

The English Open started life as a Pro-Am called The East of England Open in Cambridge in October 2003. Two years later it joined forces with the Charity Challenge in Sherringham, the European Classic in Kings Lynn and the Austrian Open in Vienna to become the English-Billiards Classic Series, soon after renamed the English-Billiards Open Series, and EBOS as we know it was born.

In 2007 the event became known as The English Open, and in 2011 Ron Agnew donated a trophy to the tournament which we have been playing for since. In 2012 it became a WBL event.

English Open Roll Of Honour:

Year
Venue
Winner / Runner-Up
High Break

2018
Rob Hall beat Peter Gilchrist
480 – Rob Hall

2017
Peter Gilchrist beat Martin Goodwill
807 – David Causier

2016
David Causier beat Roxton Chapman
463 – David Causier

2015
David Causier beat Peter Gilchrist
454 – David Causier

2014
David Causier beat Rob Hall
498 – David Causier

2013
David Causier beat Rob Hall
613u – David Causier

2012
Mike Russell beat David Causier
600 – David Causier

2011
Phil Mumford beat Rob Hall
221 – Phil Mumford

2010
Not played

2009
Martin Goodwill beat Geoff Brassington
352 – Martin Goodwill

2008
Peter Gilchrist beat Martin Goodwill
378 – Peter Gilchrist

2007
Cambridge
Phil Mumford beat John Mullane
441u – Phil Mumford

2006
Cambridge
Rom Surin beat Billy Bousfield
331 – Chris Shutt

2005
Cambridge
Matthew Sutton beat Steve Crosland
149 – Roxton Chapman

2004
Cambridge
Steve Crosland beat Phil Mumford
137 – Phil Mumford

2003
Cambridge
David Nichols beat David Rees
294 – Mike Russell