last weekend for the first Over 70’s snooker Championship ever conducted in Australia.In an action packed final Brian Tomlinson of Brisbane narrowly defeated well known Bribie player Harold Silver three frames to two. A top field of 32 players entered the event named the Kingsley Short Memorial Handicap Snooker Championship which was run to honour the memory of a much loved member of the Bribie Snooker club. Senior Snooker players from Queensland and New South Wales entered the competition, including the Gold Coasts 82 year old Jim Ahern, a previous South Pacific Snooker Champion, and Bribies esteemed 84 year old member, Dave Denton. The Bribie Snooker Club was honoured to run the event made possible by generous sponsorship of R & W Real Estate Bribie Island. Weekly Snooker Club Social events are conducted at the Sports Club starting at 10 am each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. New players and visitors are welcome. Cue Sport players wanting the latest snooker news, information and results should check our website snooker.bribie.net.au The Bribie Sports Club, has 3 first class snooker tables and is open daily from 10 am. Visitors and new players are welcome. Information: Aubrey Bannah 0418 875 500 or Club Captain Barry Griffiths 0435 310 995
Detailed results now available: BI Over 70s Snooker.
Bribie Island Snooker Club is conducting the OVER 70’S KINGSLEY SHORT MEMORIAL HANDICAP SNOOKER TOURNAMENT on June 23rd & 24th 2012. Details available by clicking on: Entry Form & Conditions