Victorian Billiards & Snooker Association Inc.

Representing & Developing Billiards & Snooker as a sport in Victoria

VBSA Patron: The Honourable Linda Dessau AC, Governor of Victoria.

VBSA

(Victorian Billiards & Snooker Association Inc.)
VBSA Patron: The Honourable Linda Dessau AC, Governor of Victoria.
Representing & Developing Billiards & Snooker as a sport in Victoria
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State Snooker A B C D (Season 1 Monday)
Starts: Feb 18, 2019

Oceania Masters Snooker Championship
Starts: Feb 19, 2019

A B & C Snooker & State C Billiards (S1 Wed)
Starts: Feb 20, 2019

Reventon Hat Trick Snooker Round 1 of 3
Starts: Mar 01, 2019

Andrews Atkins Shield
Starts: Mar 08, 2019

Oceania Women’s Snooker Championship
Starts: Mar 09, 2019

Oceania 6 Red Snooker Championship
Starts: Mar 12, 2019

Oceania Open Snooker Championship
Starts: Mar 14, 2019

VBSA News

2012 VBSA Scholarship Program

The VBSA is pleased to announce a new Scholarship Program which will provide training and development support to Victorian billiards and snooker players who show potential to achieve success at the national and international level.

The recipients of the VBSA scholarship program for 2012 are:
Level 1: ($2000) Kurt Dunham , James Mifsud
Level 2 : ($1500) Ryan Thomerson , Jason Colebrook
Junior : ($1000) Arthur Lin , Adam Bluemink.
Women : ($1000) Lyndal Ellement , Tania Ahmet

Enquiries or further information about the Scholarship program can be directed to the Scholarship Program Administrator Paul Thomerson on 0400 995 210 or Ron Cole, President, VBSA on 0418 337 878

VBSA Scholarship program

By: George Hoy  Fri 31st Aug 2012 - 8:07PM

IBSF World Under 21s

Two players from CHINA have contested the Final of the IBSF World Under 21 Championships, and 14-y-o LU HAOTIAN has defeated 17-y-o ZHUI YINGHUI 9-6, making the Tournament-high Beak of 139 in the Final. HAOTIAN becomes the youngest-ever Winner replacing RONNIE O'SULLIVAN and DING JUN HUI!

By: Paul Cosgriff  Fri 31st Aug 2012 - 8:06PM

2012 Pot Black Snooker

Sept 21st - 23rd at the Commercial Club, Albury. Entries close 15th Sept. Entry Form

By:   Fri 31st Aug 2012 - 7:26PM

2012 Yarraville Billiards Tournament, Sat Aug 25th

Congratulations to David Collins on winning the inaugural Yarraville Billiards ranking tournament, defeating Mac Rynkiewicz in the final. The plate event was won by Simon Scerri. All who participated enjoyed the format of this new event - with play commencing at 10.30 am and the final finished by 5.00 pm.

Results and Plate Results

Billiards Rankings have been updated

By: Alan Croft  Fri 31st Aug 2012 - 6:59PM

To Commemorate Walter Lindrum

There was a small gathering yesterday at the Lindrum home organised by Graeme Mc Neil.

Dolly Lindrum, members of the VBSA Board and friends remembered the great Walter Lindrum on the 114th anniversary of his birth.

The cake was donated and presented by Graeme Mc Neil

By: Alan Croft  Fri 31st Aug 2012 - 6:41PM

Updated World Rankings (PTC2)

After PTC 2, the World Rankings are: 1. Mark SELBY, 2. Judd TRUMP, 3. Mark J WILLIAMS, 4. Stephen MAGUIRE, 5. Shaun MURPHY, 6. Neil ROBERTSON, 7. John HIGGINS, 8. Stephen LEE, 9. DING Junhui, 10. Ricky WALDEN, 11. Matthew STEVENS, 12. Stuart BINGHAM, 13. Mark ALLEN, 14. Graeme DOTT, 15. Ronnie O'SULLIVAN, 16. Martin GOULD.

Martin Gould is now nearly 3000 points clear of Allister Carter who's Ranked at 17. Ronnie O'Sullivan has finally signed the contract with World Snooker and will return to Tournament play at the International Championship in November (when he will have had the 6-month beak he foreshadowed at the World Championship in May)! BEN JUDGE is working his way up the Rankings and is currently at No. 91.

By: Paul Cosgriff  Wed 8th Aug 2012 - 6:24PM

World Rankings

BARRY HAWKINS' win in Bendigo has lifted him to 20th in the latest World Rankings. PETER EBDON has risen to 19th. 1. Mark Selby 2. Judd Trump 3. Mark Williams 4. Shaun Murphy 5. Neil Robertson 6. John Higgins 7. Stephen Maguire 8. Stephen Lee

By: Paul Cosgriff  Tue 10th Apr 2012 - 6:27PM

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