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EBSA Order of Merit 2015: Event Four Update

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As was the case last season, alongside the European Order of Merit will run an EBSA Order of Merit, on which amateurs will be awarded points, with the top 16 after six events qualifying for a play-off event next spring.

Two players from that event will earn two-year tour cards from the start of the 2016/17 season, following in the footsteps of last season’s qualifiers Martin Donnell and Sanderson Lam.

Click below to see how the list looks after four events…

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Weekend Pro-am at O’Sullivans S.C. – 26th September 2015

A heads up for those on the south coast as this Saturday (26th September 2015) there will be a pro-am held at the O’Sullivans Snooker and Pool Club in Bexhill-On-Sea.

The action gets underway at 10:30am and will see matches played over the best of seven frames, while there will also be a plate event for first round losers.

There will be a guaranteed top prize of £500.00 to the winner of the main event, with the runner up taking £250.00, semi-finalists £125.00 and £75.00 on offer for the highest break. The winner of the plate event will take home £100.00, with £50.00 going back to the runner-up.

Entries cost £50.00 and main tour professionals will give a -21 start, Q School players -14.

For more information about the club including directions, visit the official website here.

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EBSA Order of Merit 2015: Event Two Update

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As was the case last season, alongside the European Order of Merit will run an EBSA Order of Merit, on which amateurs will be awarded points, with the top 16 after six events qualifying for a play-off event next spring.

Two players from that event will earn two-year tour cards from the start of the 2016/17 season, following in the footsteps of last season’s qualifiers Martin Donnell and Sanderson Lam.

Click below to see how the list looks after two events…

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SB Classic Returns – Places Running Out

SB16-Website-image-724x1024It only feels like yesterday that fellow blogger Snookerbacker was toying with the idea of getting his own amateur competition off the ground, but earlier this week he launched what will now be the fifth edition of the event, the SBC2016.

In a change from previous seasons, when Q School places were offered as prizes, this time around the event will be for straight cash, with a total prize fund of over £12,000 up for grabs.

More information can be found over at his blog here, but with places fast being snapped up as set out in his latest blog yesterday, don’t wait too long…

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