EPSB Statement: 14 September 2020

The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards (EPSB) can today provide the following update in respect of the operation of snooker facilities, in response to the announcements made by the UK government on Wednesday 9 September 2020 in respect of the latest...

EPSB Season Set to Recommence

Following consultation with relevant authorities over recent months, we are pleased to announce that our 2019/20 season will recommence in October. Due to the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown, the EPSB season was brought to a halt in March with several...

From Amateur to Professional – The EPSB’s Big-Time Nine

Following triumphs in various international amateur competitions, an incredible nine players from this season’s EPSB ranks have won promotion to the World Snooker Tour; four of which will be returning to the professional circuit, whereas the other five have fulfilled...
WPBSA / EPSB Statement: 30th June

WPBSA / EPSB Statement: 30th June

Further to our previous statements in respect of the re-opening of snooker clubs in the UK we can today provide a further update following guidance received from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). Following the announcements made by Prime...

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Cueball Derby – A COVID-19 Case Study

Cueball Derby – A COVID-19 Case Study

As businesses around the country have had to close during the Coronavirus outbreak, there’s a huge amount to think about in order to safeguard their futures.  Snooker clubs are no different. Clubs will be at different stages in understanding and acting upon the...

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On this day in 1935, three-time world professional snooker champion John Spencer was born.

Spencer reached three consecutive English Amateur Snooker Championship finals between 1964-66, claiming the prestigious title in the last of those years.

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On this day in 1935, three-time world professional snooker champion John Spencer was born. Spencer reached three consecutive English Amateur Snooker Championship finals between 1964-66, claiming the prestigious title in the last of those years. 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿#EnglishSnooker

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Spencer reached three consecutive English Amateur Snooker Championship finals between 1964-66, claiming the prestigious title in the last of those years.

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