Snooker & Billiards Ireland (SBI) would like to announce the details of the 2020 National Challenge Snooker Championships. This year the Challenge Championship will begin in four selected clubs below where zones will be played on the 7th & 8th of November to qualify players for the finals. Cue Club Killarney – Kerry Youghal CYMS –
Dane Daly Mulpeter from Darcy McGees SC Dublin won the 2020 Challenge Grand Final with 3 frames to 2 victory over Adrian Morrissey from Liam Mellows SC Wexford on the 7th of March in Newbridge CYMS in Co. Kildare. LAST 16 Adrian Morrissey 2-0 James Higgins Liam Brady W/O Dane O Donoghue Jason Keogh W/O
Alex Currid from Liam Mellows SC won the 4th RIBSA Challenge Ranking event of the new season on Sunday the 1st of March in the Celbridge Snooker Club in County Kildare. In the final Alex beat team mate Adrian Doran 3-0 to lift the title for young talented wexford schoolboy. In the semi finals Adrian
Dane Mulpeter from Darcy McGees won the third RIBSA Challenge Ranking event of the season on Sunday the 2nd of February in the Hot Shots SC in Galway. In the final Dane beat Adrain Morrissey from Liam Mellows SC in Wexford 3-0 in a great final. In the Semi Finals Adrian beat local player James
Dane O Donoghue from Killarney in Co Kerry beat Jason Keogh from Co Meath 3 frames to 1 to win the Republic of Ireland Billiards & Snooker Association second Challenge Ranking Tournament of the Season on Sunday the 10th of November in the Tralee Snooker Club in Co Kerry. Semi Finals In the Semi –
Ivor Fitzpatrick from Dublin won the Republic of Ireland Billiards & Snooker Association first RIBSA Challenge Ranking Tournament of the Season on Sunday the 29th of September in the Darcy McGees Snooker Club in Dublin. In the final Ivor beat Liam Brady from Darcy McGees 3 frames to 1 which was referred by Shane Mason.
Paddy Brady representing Maynooth SC won the first ever Republic of Ireland Billiards & Snooker Association National Challenge Snooker Championships on Sunday the 4th of August in the Ivy Rooms SC in Carlow. In the final Paddy who is originally from Sligo beat Oliver Martyn from Galway 3 frames to 1 in an excellent final