Next month’s 2016 WDBS Open Disability Snooker Championship will be supported by Gloucester-based Renishaw plc, one of the world’s leading engineering and scientific technology companies.
As in 2015, the event will be held at the South West Snooker Academy and it promises to be the biggest staged by the WDBS to date, with a record amount of entries already received prior to this Friday’s deadline. The tournament will be the fourth to be staged by the WDBS, following events in Gloucester, Manchester and Woking during the last 12 months.
With the support of Renishaw, the WDBS are further pleased to announce that for the first time at one of its events, prize money will be offered for each of the three competitions (Groups 1-2, Group 3 and Groups 4-5), to be played during the weekend. Provisionally, this will be set at £75.00 for each group winner, with the runner-up to receive £25.00.
The entry deadline for the 2016 Open Disability Snooker Championship is Friday 30th September 2016, meaning that you have just four days to enter and be part of the action in Gloucester. For more information please download the entry pack.