Snooker

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Snooker is a game played with cues on a billiard/snooker table in which the players use a cue ball (white) to pocket the other balls (fifteen red and six coloured) in a set order with a snooker cue.

The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) was set up with guidance from Activity Alliance. Since its formation World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) has successfully staged several snooker events for people with disabilities, including both open days and competitive tournaments. Events are open to people with a range of physical, learning and sensory disabilities as set out within our classification system.

What equipment will I need?

Most equipment will be provided by the club. Trainers and comfortable clothing are recommended.

Where can I take part

Snooker and CP Sport

Cerebral Palsy Sport supported WDBS with their January 2020 event in Stockport.

Boy in swimming pool
Boy in swimming pool

Snooker and CP Sport

Cerebral Palsy Sport supported WDBS with their January 2020 event in Stockport.

Further information

For event information

For information about the WDBS

Partnership work with CP Sport

CP Sport work with the WPBSA and the WDBS on a range of projects.

Further information

For event information

For information about the WDBS

Partnership work with CP Sport

CP Sport work with the WPBSA and the WDBS on a range of projects.

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