Daniel Blunn

WST Hall of Fame Inductee

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Daniel Blunn is the most successful ever player on the WDBS tour and made history for disability snooker in 2024 as he became the first WDBS player to be inducted into the World Snooker Tour Hall of Fame.

Blunn has been a regular at events since the inaugural tournament, the 2015 Open Disability Snooker Championship, where he secured the first of his 16 WDBS titles so far.

Daniel Blunn poses at the side of the table at the Landywood Snooker Club with his WST Hall of Fame award

A host of titles followed this initial success including a trio of UK Disability Championships, two Belgian Open and two Welsh Open crowns – an open event where all classification groups compete against each other.

In 2018, he also secured the prestigious Champion of Champions title by defeating Scotland’s William Thomson 4-2.

Away from the WDBS tour, Blunn boasts a high break of 101 in tournament play and impressively reached the knockout stages of the 2020 World Snooker Federation (WSF) Championship in Malta.

Daniel Blunn competing in Bruges during the Belgian Open


View the complete statistics on WPBSA SnookerScores

    • 2023 UK Disability Championship (Group 4)
    • 2023 Hull Open (Group 4)
    • 2022 Welsh Open (Mixed)
    • 2022 UK Disability Championship (Group 4)
    • 2021 Stockport Open (Group 4)
    • 2020 Belgian Open (Group 4)
    • 2019 UK Disability Championship (Group 4)
    • 2019 Humber Classic (Group 4)
    • 2019 Belgian Open (Group 4-5)
    • 2019 Northern Classic (Group 4)
    • 2018 Champion of Champions (Group 3)
    • 2018 Belgian Open (Group 3-4)
    • 2017 Open Disability Championship (Group 3)
    • 2017 Welsh Open (Mixed)
    • 2017 Manchester Classic (Group 3)
    • 2015 Open Disability Championship (Group 3)

Read our full interview with Daniel Blunn.