With the start of the 2016 Manchester Classic just days away, it is still not too late to take part in the event for those who have not yet entered.
Although the official entry deadline for the entry fell last Friday, in order to maximise the field and encourage as much participation at the event as possible, the WDBS will accept any subsequent entries received.
The Manchester Classic 2016 will be the second event staged by the WDBS, following the inaugural Open Disability Snooker Championship held in Gloucester last November, at which Tony Pockett (pictured), made it through to the final despite having himself entered late having heard about the tournament just days before on the local radio.
The tournament in Manchester will run from 19-20 March 2016, with an open day for people of all disabilities to be held on 18 March.
Please click here to download the entry pack.