World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) is today pleased to confirm that this season’s Parris Cues Champion of Champions event will return to the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester following its successful first staging last year.
In a change to the previously announced dates – the prestigious event will run from 12-13 October 2019, a week earlier than originally advertised.
This year’s competition will see the most decorated players on the WDBS circuit from the past two seasons invited to compete across six individual competitions, with the winners set to see their names inscribed on the stunning Nick Oliver Trophy.
The players who will be invited to compete in this year’s event are:
Daniel Lee, Aslam Abubaker, Kurt Deklerck, Shahab Siddiqui*
*Tony Southern has already indicated that he will not be available to compete
Daniel Blunn, Mickey Chambers, William Thomson, David Church.
Faisal Butt, Mike Busst, David Mac, Michael Farrell.
Daniel Harwood, Leroy Williams, Peter Geronimo, Andrew Galley.
Nick Neale, Paul Smith, Ronnie Allen, Mike Gillespie.
Shabir Ahmed, Blake Munton, Nicholas Cash, Lewis Knowles.
WDBS can confirm that this year’s event will not include tournaments for Groups 3 and 7A due to only one counting event having been played for each category following the changes to the WDBS Classification system made this year. Results from tournaments already played will however be carried forward to next year’s Champion of Champions event.
Each of the players listed above will be contacted to confirm their entry to the event in due course. Should any player not be available their place will be taken by the next player on the qualification list from that group.
Read our report of last season’s Champion of Champions HERE.