The Crucible Snooker Club in Cork city is proud to present the inaugural Don O’Donoghue Memorial Snooker Tournament. The tournament will be held from the 14th – 16th February in the Crucible Club. A guaranteed minimum winner’s prize is €1000.00 to the winner. The entry fee is €50.00 per player and the event is Limited
The 2019 Connacht Snooker Classic will be held in the North West Snooker Club in Letterkenny. This event will be held on Sunday 17th February. Action begins at 10am. The Entry fee: Entry fee €20.00 juniors €10.00 and reg fee is €5.00 Al Entries to 096 70895 and the Closing date is Friday 15th Feb 6pm Draw
Jason Devaney from Ballina won the Connacht Snooker Association Close in the Century Snooker Club in Ballina on Sunday the 21st October. This event was sponsored by Albany Ballina. Jason had three centuries in the event and beat Gareth Kirwin 3 frames to 1 in a superb final.
Thank you very much for all the players, ref’s, officials and friends, of Ribsa and the Legends Tour, who sponsored and supported the 12 hour snooker marathon in aid of Wexford Mental Health Association. A total figure on the 12 hour snooker charity marathon raised in aid of Wexford Mental Health Association was €2, 260
The Leinster Billiards & Snooker Association would like to announce that a meeting to re-establish the Leinster billiards and snooker association will be held in Newbridge CYMS on Tuesday September 25th at 8.00pm. All clubs in the Leinster area are invited to send delegates to this meeting.
The Leinster Billiards & Snooker Association would like to inform all the Leinster Clubs qualified for the 2018 All-Ireland Club Championship that the fundraising draw tickets must be returned to Ger Murray before 2pm on Sunday 21st January. The Draw will take place in Edenderry SC at 2pm during the Peter McNally Memorial Snooker Tournament.
AARON Hill was the winner of the 2017 ‘Cork Billiards and Snooker Association’ (CBSA) Cork County U16 snooker championship, held at Shooters snooker club recently. A field of emerging talent including Aaron Hill and Sean Walsh were present to play for the Cork title at an immaculate Shooters club and many of the players from
DAVID Forde from the AOH club was the winner of the ‘Munster Snooker Council’ Munster Intermediate ‘2’ tournament held at the Crucible snooker club last Saturday. With the valuable ranking points on offer for a build up to the Munster snooker finals weekend that will be held in Fermoy in May, part two of the
David Forde from the AOH club is the ‘Munster Snooker Council’ Munster Intermediate (Round 1) winner following some outstanding snooker at Douglas snooker club recently. The well-known and much admired cue-man was in sparkling form on the green baize at the Donnybrook based club where at the draw 38 hopefuls started in their quest to