World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) has today announced its planned calendar of events for the second half of the 2023/24 season which will see the return of three long-standing events.
The popular Belgian Open event will return for its fifth staging at The Trickshot from 15-17 March 2024.
Located in the historic city of Bruges, the venue is home to 11 full-size snooker tables and is fully accessible for players from all eight classification groups.
As in previous years, WDBS will look to provide a return minibus service from the UK (subject to demand) and to secure a discounted rate from the nearby Velotel Hotel.
The latest staging of the Hull Open is set to run from 17-19 May 2024 as the WDBS Tour returns to the Tradewell Snooker Club for a record tenth occasion since its first event in 2016.
The accessible venue includes 15 tables, including a unique arena table that has been played upon by legends of the sport including Ronnie O’Sullivan, John Higgins, Mark Williams and Mark Selby since 2020.
The Hull Open will be the all-important final world ranking event of the 2023/24 season with crucial points to be won to determine the field for the…
As in 2023, the final event of the season will be the invitational Champion of Champions, which will return to the Landywood Snooker Club on Saturday 22 June 2024.
The coveted title will see the top two ranked players from each of the main WDBS classification groups, compete throughout the day in a long-format final to determine this season’s Champion of Champions from each group.
Full information, including entry packs, travel advice, hotel recommendations and how to enter, will be published in due course.