June 19, 2011

The Snookerbacker Classic: Open for Entries

Filed under: snookerbacker @ 1:34 pm

The more observant amongst you may have noticed that there is a new box at the top of the sidebar on the right hand side of the blog. It takes you here and tells you all you need to know about the forthcoming Snookerbacker Classic, how to enter and all the terms and conditions.

You will notice underneath this box that there is also a drop down menu with the venues listed and a ‘Pay Now’ button to forward entrance fees directly to me. As the entries in each event are restricted in number, if you are going to enter I would make sure you do so as early as you can, to avoid disappointment. You can of course enter more than one event if you wish.

So why should you enter? Well rather than me telling you this I thought I’d let a couple of other more qualified people tell you why. Beginning with none other than Neal Foulds who says:

The Snookerbacker Classic looks a really good idea and a great opportunity for a budding star to realise their dreams without the pressure of a hefty entrance fee.

I’m sure that this event will see inexperienced but talented local players locking horns with some semi-professionals who may be willing to play in as many of the four events as is necessary to make the finals.

The invaluable match practice to be gained is one thing, but ultimately two places in the next Q-School are up for grabs. The bonus being that these places have been earned by results rather than merely stumping up a large entry fee, which in itself is a psychological advantage in the scramble for a place on the main circuit.

I’m pleased to say that one of the first names to pitch his hat in the ring is none other than The Assassin, Allan Taylor who says:

This is a great opportunity for anyone that aspires to making it as a professional. It’s pretty simple, you win 4 matches, you get your entry fee refunded, you win another 2 and you’re in the Q-School, you win another and you get 4 PTC’s and a big shiny trophy on top!

Having worked with SB over the past year I can also say that you will not go short of support should you be the lucky runner-up (behind me!!). The blog also gives a great platform to raise your profile in the game and that is worth it’s weight in gold. Entering this event is a must for anyone wanting to progress in the sport.  I’m really looking forward to it, great venues too.

So there you have it. If anyone has any questions about the event please contact me at [email protected] or my new email [email protected] (I’ve had a few problems with hotmail)

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