The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) is today pleased to announce a new partnership with DSActive which will see both organisations work together to provide opportunities for people with Down’s syndrome to participate in snooker.
Administered by the Down’s Syndrome Association (DSA), the programme aims to provide people ...
A new official online map of English snooker clubs is launching this week to make it easier for new players to find their nearest venue.
The new website will display over 700 locations to play snooker and billiards across the country. It will particularly feature 35 recommended clubs that are putting in place new standards of safeguarding, welfare and ...
One of the fantastic benefits of the English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards’ (EPSB) new national 147 Club affiliation scheme is the chance to access bespoke insurance cover for your club.
All sports clubs have a duty of care responsibility to ensure anything they do does not cause injury or financial loss to others, or damage to their property. ...
The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards (EPSB) is today excited to announce the launch of the 147 Club – the first club affiliation scheme of its kind for snooker clubs in England.
The scheme aims to promote a modern, positive and progressive perception of clubs by improving standards, boosting the junior game and ...
Yeovil Town FC players took some time out from their pre-season preparations on Monday to try their hand on the baize at the Pot Black Snooker Club.
The Glovers are getting ready for their 2017/18 League Two opener against Luton Town on Saturday. However, nine first team players and manager Darren Way spent a well earned break on the snooker table.
The WPBSA successfully held its latest coaching day last week at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester.
Those completing the Level 1 course successfully qualified as Community WPBSA World Snooker Coaches and were provided with an introduction on how to coach the basics of the game, plus how to organise a snooker event within their area.