Preston’s Mickey Chambers will play at Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre for the first time next month during a special session to promote the 360Fizz World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) Tour.
A three-time event champion on the WDBS circuit, Chambers will take the place of Daniel Lee who unfortunately has had to withdraw from this year’s event due to personal reasons, and join Daniel Blunn, Nick Neale and Shabir Ahmed in lining up at the home of snooker from 10:00am on Sunday 18 August.
Chambers, who has also represented the England amputee football team with distinction, is currently undefeated at WDBS events and is set to make his debut at the WDBS Champion of Champions later this year.
Next month’s session in Sheffield will be held as part of the 2019 ROKiT World Seniors Snooker Championship, to be broadcast over four days, live on Freesports. Tickets are still available for just £1.47, when purchased with a full-price ticket for a session of the World Seniors Championship, which will feature all-time greats of the sport including Stephen Hendry and Jimmy White.