Support #Cue4All Days During Betfred World Championship
The Betfred World Championship starts this Saturday 21 April and as in previous years, this year’s tournament will host two days nominated to promote the inclusive nature of our sport.
The initiatives aim to encourage disabled players, women and girls to participate in snooker and billiards as players, fans or officials.
Clubs and players can be part of the celebrations in a number of ways, for example through open days with free table time, snooker challenges, free coaching sessions or community group sessions. Whatever you choose, please share your stories on social media to celebrate disability snooker or women’s snooker.
We’ll be promoting inclusive activities through our social media channels during the Betfred World Championship, so be sure to shout about your positive stories and share photos of your club activities.
We will be using the hashtag #Cue4All and you may wish to tag some of the following organisations into your social media posts, where relevant:
- World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) – Facebook: @WDBS1; Twitter: @WDBSofficial
- World Ladies Billiards and Snooker (WLBS) – Facebook: @wlbsl; Twitter: @WLBSofficial
- English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards (EPSB) – @EPSBofficial
- World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) – @WPBSAofficial
- World Snooker – @WorldSnooker1
This is a great opportunity for clubs to open their doors to a diverse range of new and existing players. By using the platform of the biggest event in the snooker calendar we can appeal to players from all backgrounds at amateur level, showcasing local places to play, and growing wider interest in our inclusive sport.
Join in the fun now by tweeting your inclusive snooker and billiards stories using the hashtag #Cue4All