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Waikato Billiards Open

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2018 New Zealand Billiards and Snooker Champions

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Congratulaions to Deepak Bala (AUCKLAND)

2018 New Zealand Snooker Champion

Final Result 6/5 Defeated Shannon Swain (SOUTHLAND)

 

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Congratulations to Garry Lliver (Wellington)

2018 and 15 times New Zealand Billiard Champion

Final Result 835/642 Defeated Wayne Carey (Auckland)

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2018 North Island Snooker Championship

Robertson beats Chand in 4 frames 

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Hawkes Bay Billiards Open Postponed

Due to the other tournaments close together, the Hawkes Bay Open Billiards has been postponed till later in the year.

Hawkes Bay Association appologises for the incovience to any player.

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O’Kane to Compete on World Seniors Tour

O’Kane to Compete on World Seniors Tour29th May 2018

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New Zealand’s Dene O’Kane has announced he will be dusting off his cue and entering the World Seniors Tour qualifiers in Hong Kong this September.

The former world number 18 and two-time World Championship quarter-finalist will be returning to the country where he reached his only professional ranking final at the 1989 Hong Kong Open, narrowly losing out 9-8 to Mike Hallett.

Dene O’Kane said: “I am delighted to be a part of the new World Seniors Snooker Tour. I must say it is long overdue and will be the perfect platform for many ex-professional players to compete again together with new opportunities for amateur players in participating countries.”

Jason Francis, Chairman of World Seniors Snooker said: “The tour we are building is the perfect vehicle for former professionals of the game like Dene who were household names in the 1980s and still enjoy competing, It would be great to see more players of his era giving this tour a go.”

The UK Seniors Championship qualifiers take place on 21-23 September 2018 at the i20 club in Kowloon, Hong Kong. It is open to any player over 40 years of age who is a member of their national federation. The winner in Hong Kong will take their place alongside legends including Jimmy White in Hull this October, with the winner to earn their place at the professional 2019