Blunn Inducted to WST Hall of Fame

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Record 16-time champion Daniel Blunn has today become the first ever player from the World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) Tour to be inducted into the Johnstone’s Paint WST Hall of Fame.

Announced as part of the 2023/24 WST awards, the honour recognises the significant contribution made by Blunn to the WDBS Tour over the past nine years, during which he has won more individual events than any other player. Significant victories include three UK titles, three Belgian Open crowns and an unprecedented two victories at the mixed classification Welsh Open tournament.

Daniel Blunn plays snooker

Blunn made his debut at the inaugural Open Disability Snooker Championship in 2015 and has to date competed in 32 events, winning exactly half of those entered. The 32-year-old competes as a Group 4 player and was the first player to be ranked number one in his classification group following the launch of the WDBS rankings in April 2020.

Everyone at WDBS is delighted for Daniel and would like to congratulate him on this unique accolade.