October 7, 2015

Snookerbacker Classic Liverpool 18th October – DRAW NOW AVAILABLE

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The draw for the opening heat of this season’s Snookerbacker Classic in Liverpool is now available to view here. The reigning champion Brett Miller starts the defence of his title with a tough opening match against 2013 Quarter Finalist Anthony Jeffers.

September 21, 2015

Snookerbacker Classic 2016 – Last Places Filling

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Hat Man LargeThe Snookerbacker Classic this year has proved extremely popular with amateur players up and down the UK, so much so in fact that we are now down to the last few places for the entire season before a ball has been struck. Perhaps the £12,000 in prize money might be pushing the buttons, who knows?

Anyway, here is an update of where things are up to:


18th October: The George Scott Snooker Club, Liverpool (16 players, 1 qualifier) – FULL, FEES DUE AND WAITING LIST IN OPERATION

1st November: The Lucky Break Snooker Centre, Clydebank* (16 players, 1 qualifier) – FULL.

28th November: The Cue Ball, Derby (16 players, 1 qualifier) – FULL, FEES DUE AND WAITING LIST IN OPERATION

5th December: The Northern Snooker Centre, Leeds (16 players, 1 qualifier) – FULL, FEES DUE AND WAITING LIST IN OPERATION

31st January: The Elite Snooker Centre, Preston (16 players, 1 qualifier) – FULL, FEES DUE AND WAITING LIST IN OPERATION

20th February: The South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester (32 players, 2 qualifiers) – 4 PLACES LEFT (CONTACT ME DIRECTLY OR PAY TODAY)

21st February: The South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester (32 players, 2 qualifiers) – FULL, FEES DUE AND WAITING LIST IN OPERATION

6th March: The George Scott Snooker Club, Liverpool (16 players, 1 qualifier) – FULL, FEES DUE AND WAITING LIST IN OPERATION

26th March: The South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester (32 players, 2 qualifiers) – 5 PLACES LEFT (CONTACT ME DIRECTLY OR PAY TODAY)

27th March: The South West Snooker Academy, Gloucester (32 players, 2 qualifiers) – 5 PLACES LEFT (CONTACT ME DIRECTLY OR PAY TODAY)


Venues and Dates


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September 9, 2015


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Brett Miller came through the Order of Merit last year and ended up champ.

2015 winner Brett Miller came through the Order of Merit last year and ended up Champion.

It’s always a bit of a thrill for me when the bookies price up my event. It always feels strange to see it there on Oddschecker and on the websites listed next to major sporting events and today Boyles have kindly priced up the outrights again for this year here.

In a way it is a bit different this season. As places are being taken up so quickly I was able to send over a more or less complete list of entries to them and they have come up with their interpretation of what I told them. Which I stress was nothing more than names and how many qualifiers they have entered.

For those unfamiliar with how it works, there are 11 qualifying heats this year so effectively 11 chances to make the Grand Finals. Some players enter a lot of them to give themselves a better chance, both of automatically qualifying and of topping the ongoing Order of Merit, others pick and choose.

Indeed last year’s eventual champion Brett Miller, was a player who got into the Grand Finals by virtue of his place on the Order of Merit so this is proof that it’s worthwhile entering more qualifiers to give yourself that advantage.

Brett is back to defend his title this year and has entered 6 qualifiers (he’s on a waiting list for a further 2) so he clearly has his eye on repeating history this year, though of course, he has proved that he may not need the Order of Merit this time around and could easily qualify early. He is 25/1 to retain the title, something nobody has yet done in the 4 years we’ve been running. The Curse?

Here are a few other pointers:


No player that has ‘fallen off’ the tour the previous year has yet won the SB Classic. Only 1 former professional, David Gray in 2013, has lifted the trophy, all other winners have been amateur players, never having been professional, when they won.

Brett Miller (25/1) was the first player to win the SBC who had qualified from the Order of Merit, the runner-up on that list Phil O’Kane (33/1) made the semi-finals at Grand Finals Day last season. Prior to this, all eventual champions had won their first qualifying heat.

By definition, with the exception of the first champion, Martin O’Donnell, every winner had entered the SB Classic at least one year before they won it, in the case of Ant Parsons (10/1) and Brett Miller (25/1), they had entered the previous two SB Classics before winning.

Jamie Clarke (7/1) has made the Grand Finals Day for the last 3 seasons, the only other player to have made 3 Grand Finals Day is Syd Wilson, who is now professional.

The last 3 runners-up in the SB Classic have turned professional the following season, those being Kyren Wilson, Mitchell Mann and Daniel Wells.

Number of Entries:

This might be a deciding factor in placing a bet, will you go for someone who has given themselves every chance by entering multiple events or someone who has ‘cherry picked’. Let’s take a look at the players at the top of the betting.

As things stand:

Jamie Clarke @ 7/1 has entered one qualifying weekend in Gloucester.

Elliott Slessor @ 8/1 has entered two qualifiers.

2014 Champion Ant Parsons @ 10/1 has entered three qualifiers.

Alex Taubman @ 12/1 has entered more than six qualifiers.

Joe Roberts @ 14/1 has entered one qualifier.

SWSA Gaffer Andrew Norman @ 14/1 has entered one qualifier (guess where?), ditto Preston’s Chris Norbury @ 22/1 who owns one of the venues.

There are lots of familiar names in the tournament (anyone spot David Roe @ 66/1?) and I can’t wait for it to get started. I can’t call it, a lot of the ‘regulars’ from previous years have flown the nest and turned professional but those who remain are a force to be reckoned with. There are a lot of players trying their hand for the first time, which makes this year’s tournament all the more exciting for me as it has a feel of new blood coming in. 

A final note that players are welcome to bet on this, the outright book will close when the first event gets underway in October in Liverpool. Boyles have indicated that for new customers it will lay bets to win up to £4000. Please note that these prices are right at time of posting and that this is from the current known crop of entrants, with a few places at certain venues left to fill.

August 27, 2015

Snookerbacker Classic – Leeds FULL, Liverpool, Derby and Glasgow nearly full.

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Entries for the Snookerbacker Classic in Leeds on 5th December are now closed as it is full. All players that have reserved a place in this event have until 11th September to pay their entry fee or risk losing their place in the tournament. See this link for details on how to pay the entrance fee.

There are also now only 2 places left for the Liverpool qualifier on 18th October and the Derby qualifier on 28th November, as well as our trip to Glasgow on 1st November. Fees for these events are also due by 11th September for anyone that has reserved a place. 

August 24, 2015

Snookerbacker Classic Entries Update

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Hat ManAs expected, the Snookerbacker Classic is proving to be popular again with amateur players and the entries have been coming in since the launch on Sunday. So much so that it won’t be long before all 16 player qualifiers are operating a waiting list.

So if you haven’t yet entered any of the following heats but want to you should act fast. Please be aware that I can reserve places for players who have regularly played in the tournament before pending payment of fees, but first time entrants and those who may have only entered once or twice before will need to pay to secure their places.

All the details you need can be found by clicking here.


18th October: The George Scott Snooker Club, Liverpool 2 PLACES LEFT 

1st November: The Lucky Break Snooker Centre, Clydebank 1 PLACE LEFT

28th November: The Cue Ball, Derby 3 PLACES LEFT

5th December: The Northern Snooker Centre, Leeds 1 PLACE LEFT

31st January: The Elite Snooker Centre, Preston 4 PLACES LEFT

Contact me to reserve a place by filling in the details below:



July 15, 2015

New Sponsors for SB Classic

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A champion in more ways than one.

A champion in more ways than one.

Those of you with nothing better to do but follow my unintelligible nonsense occasionally on social media will probably be aware that the last 24 hours or so has seen a lot of action on the sponsor front for this season’s forthcoming Snookerbacker Classic, which will be open for entries soon.

On Monday, I received some disappointing news about some sponsorship that I had been hoping to secure, this led to a rather desperate late night appeal on Twitter which in turn led to an upturn in my fortunes and more importantly the future of the tournament.

Tuesday morning started with a text message on my phone from none other than the current World Champion Stuart Bingham, who had read my ramblings and immediately pledged £1000 to the cause. Stuart didn’t have to do this and wanted no publicity for it, it just goes to show that our World Champion has not forgotten where he came from and firmly supports grass roots snooker, what a gent.

Some kind-hearted individuals also offered funding up as well as their valuable time, including Norwegian Eurosport snooker commentator Edwin Ingebrigsten, who I thank immensely for his contribution which again came right out of the blue and is simply a gesture of support for nothing in return.

I also received a donation from ecological consultancy service Udall-Martin Associates and I am also working to secure a further lump sum from another corporate sponsor in the gambling industry.

I am delighted to say that existing partner Eden Resources, a massive supporter of snooker at grass roots level, are also again on board to fund some junior scholarships and that I will continue to be working with Lake Creative Design and My Snooker Stats; both huge supporters of the SB Classic.

My mate Steve

My mate Steve

Just as my blown-head was about to settle down to sleep, last night, the 6 Times World Champion Steve Davis also got in touch to pledge a further £1000 to the prize fund. By now, I was beginning to wonder if I was dreaming….

So to sum up what this means to the tournament. From potentially downsizing a little 48 hours ago, I will now, pending confirmation from one sponsor be able to offer at least £11,500 in prize money, including a winners prize of at least £3000, which will include the World Champion Stuart Bingham Scholarship. As well as this, the Runner-Up and Losing Semi-Finalists will receive Steve Davis Achievement Awards on top of the existing prize money.

I’ll have more details in the very near future including the dates and venues and how to enter this season’s Snookerbacker Classic, it’s likely to be pretty competitive for places as they are limited so please keep your eyes peeled towards the end of the month.

Stay tuned for news of the tournament on here, follow me on Twitter here or Facebook here.  


May 29, 2015

Snookerbacker Classic 2016 – Call for Sponsors

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loudspeakerIt’s the time of year when I am busy planning ahead for next season’s Snookerbacker Classic. At the moment I am speaking to venues and agreeing dates, chalking up a poster to dazzle everyone with and trying to secure as much support from sponsors as possible for the fifth season of the biggest amateur tournament the UK has to offer.

The event goes from strength to strength and my current projection is that prize money for next season will be close to or maybe even exceed £10,000, with a winner’s prize of £3000, runners-up prize of £1000 and a further 2 Q-School places up for grabs. Hopefully this will increase if I can attract new sponsors onto the happy team.

So, if you would like to get on board please email me at to discuss further. Specifically I am looking for ‘one-off’ prizes at individual events, but anyone that would like to get involved in whatever way is more than welcome to get in touch.

In return you will get bigged-up to such a level that you’ll wonder why you didn’t get involved sooner.

You’ll also get a permanent presence on here for the duration of the tournament (5 million hits and counting to date). All those who have been involved in the tournament in this capacity in the past have seen an increase in business as a direct result. You really can’t get publicity like this anywhere else at such a minimal cost.

Take a look at that marketing budget, is it really working for you as well as this would?

So what are you waiting for? Email me today and see why you should join the SBC Team.


April 6, 2015

Magic Miller Scoops Snookerbacker Classic

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Brett Miller, a full-time roofer from Barnsley, hit new heights yesterday with the biggest snooker day of his career as he became the fourth and latest Snookerbacker Classic Champion, scooping the £1500 first prize plus entry fees paid for all EPTC events next season.

Brett Miller: The 2015 Snookerbacker Classic Champion

Brett Miller: The 2015 Snookerbacker Classic Champion

In what some may see as a surprise result given the strength of the field for Grand Finals Day, 25/1 shot Miller, who qualified by virtue of his consistent performances and first place Order of Merit status, kept a cool head all day and eventually ran out a comfortable 4-1 winner in the final over Welshman Daniel Wells.

Daniel won’t be too disappointed as he finished the tournament with a total prize fund of £1750, on top of a previous £100 prize, as he scooped the highest break of the tournament, 134, as well as the highest of Grand Finals Day, 115 (the 20th century of this season’s event), so despite losing in the final, the blow was somewhat softened.

Brett cannot be accused of doing this the easy way, after dispensing with Tom Barton in Round 1 he then saw off Syd Wilson, before coming through a brilliant match against 2012 champion Martin O’Donnell, who most people watching thought the likely winner given his form on the day, the deciding frame in particular was agonising to watch for both sets of supporters and it’s to Brett’s credit that he then went on to perform so well in the final against his more experienced opponent.

The Finalists and a rather worried looking Nick 'Chardo' Harry.

The Finalists and a rather scary looking Nick ‘Chardo’ Harry.

Afterwards it is fair to say that Brett was utterly gobsmacked. It was written all over his face what this meant to him and he was struggling to believe what he had just done. This continued onwards to the traditional Champions Curry after the final, Brett’s pal Mike describing him as ‘probably the most excited I have ever seen him’ and for me that’s what matters, the fact that the winner is genuinely over the moon on winning makes it all worthwhile.

Lots of people have been in touch with me already asking about Brett, primarily because they don’t know who he is. This is because Brett has only really entered this event all season and doesn’t take part in the wider pro-am circuit events. Something which he is considering doing more of in the future.

What is clear however is how much respect he has from the other players, the ones who know him know how good he is and even I mentioned very early on in the tournament that I thought he’d be playing a major part in it at the end. He believed in himself yesterday and it all came together, in his words ‘it’s amazing what a bit of self belief can do’.

It’s also a great advert for the Order of Merit List, with both Brett and Phil O’Kane who finished second on the list being in the semi-finals, Phil is unrecognisable from the feckless clown who we saw earlier in the season running to a qualifier with cue case in hand having been woken up minutes earlier to a huge cheer from the baying mob watching. I don’t know if this transformation will last, but while it does, he is a match for anyone on the table as he proved by knocking out last year’s winner Ant Parsons.

But the day belonged to Brett and he’s soon off to Q-School to see how he gets on there. If any potential sponsors are reading who might like to help him out, just get in touch with me and I’ll put you in touch.

All that remains is to thank everyone who has supported the event again this season; players, sponsors, venues, officials, spectators, scorers and of course the First Lady of the Baize, Mrs SB. To my continued amazement it continues to go from strength to strength though I will be considering the future over the coming months in terms of where I go with it. I have one or two thoughts but if anyone has any ideas or suggestions, then please again, feel free to get in touch.

You can see all the results and stats from Sunday here.

Until next season.

April 1, 2015

Snookerbacker Classic Grand Finals: Meet the Finalists

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Sunday sees the conclusion of the 4th Snookerbacker Classic as the final 16 fight it out for the big prizes in Gloucester. I thought I’d take the time to speak with them and ask how they assess their chances on the big day.

I’ve also included links to the prices that have been compiled by Boylesports if anyone would like a bet. All the matches on Sunday will be live-scored so if you’ve had a bet you can keep up with the action as it happens, ball by ball, here. The match prices for the first round including correct score and handicap odds can be found here.

It should be a cracking day as an amateur field doesn’t really get any stronger than this. If you are around please come and watch some top quality snooker from the UK’s leading amateurs.

Ant Parsons

Ant Parsons

SB Classic Best: Winner 2014.

The defending champion is in no mood to let his title slip without a fight, he won through in Leeds this time and is ready for battle.

I am going to Gloucester to defend my title and I’m there to get the job done. I think the qualifier I came through in Leeds was probably the second toughest one after Jamie’s qualifier in Gloucester so I have to be pleased with that performance. Only Martin O’Donnell and me know what it takes to win this and we’ve both proved we can do it when we get down to the nitty gritty. It is mentally draining, you have to play a lot of matches in a short space of time and you need to be mentally ready. I’ve not over-prepared but definitely not under-prepared, I’ve had a couple of sessions with Mike Dunn before he went to China and that’s sharpened me up. I’m not phased by the draw, whoever wins on Sunday will have earned it, on paper it’s tougher than when I won last year, but I’m ready and I’m going there to win again, it’s been my main focus this season.


Ben with 2015 prize

Ben Harrison

SB Classic Best: Semi Finalist 2014.

English Amateur Champion and last year’s semi-finalist Ben came through this season in Gloucester, his focus has changed a bit this season but he’s still up for the challenge.

I had a bit of a lay off from snooker after qualifying but now it’s nearly Grand Finals I am putting in the hours in Gloucester. I feel a lot more relaxed these days as snooker isn’t now the be all and end all for me as I have a job now so I don’t put myself under the pressure that I used to. I have developed a good all round match game and I know if I have to I can dig deep and get results, but if I turn up with my best game at the weekend I am in with a chance. Even though SB gave me an early start, I still have to say that this is such a great tournament, it’s so well run and enjoyable to play in and I’d love to finish the day as champion. I wouldn’t say I am confident, but I will give it my best shot.  


Syd Wilson

SB Classic Best: Quarter Finalist 2012 and 2014.

Syd is a long-standing supporter of the Classic and won through in the first event in Liverpool despite some rather dodgy preparation with yours truly. This is his third Grand Finals Day and as well as this he’s got his sights set on a few more events.

I feel OK, I love the SB Classic and have always enjoyed playing in it, I suppose my priority is the Q-School, World Championships and EASB ranking series (I hope to qualify for the World Amateur and European Mens) as I’m in a good position in those rankings currently so I’m just looking to keep myself sharp and it goes without saying I always want to win. I had an indifferent middle part of the season but I’m starting to hit my stride at the right time which is good. As for the draw on Sunday, it doesn’t matter to me, everyone there can play and that’s that. I’m really looking forward to it and to seeing Mr and Mrs SB again.


Daniel Wells

Daniel Wells

SB Classic Best: Debut.

Daniel impressed in Gloucester on his SB Classic debut, knocking in 133 and 134 in the process, he’s on his way back from China and hopes that won’t affect him too much.

I feel my form is good, I have been working hard at my game with the World Championships around the corner so I will be sharp. My only concern is that I don’t arrive back from China until Friday so I need to make sure I don’t feel too tired. The draw is tough as Eden is a good player but if you are to win a tournament as good as this you are going to have to beat some good players along the way and that is what I hope to do.


Tom Barton

Tom Barton

SB Classic Best: Qualifying Round 3

Tom won through in the Last Chance Saloon and is happy to be a bit under the radar and hoping to cause a bit of an upset.

I’ll be honest, I am not that confident with some of the names I’ve seen in the mix! I’ve never been one to say I’m going to win a match or a tournament. But I am going to really enjoy the experience and hopefully if I go in not expecting much it might work in my favour. I’ll enjoy it whatever happens.


A very happy Jamie with his prize

Jamie Bodle

SB Classic Best: Qualifying Round 2

Jamie produced some great snooker in Derby to win through including a semi-final performance which saw him achieve a 97% pot success rate. He’s on his way back from Malta where he has been competing in the European Championships to join us on Sunday.

I’m in pretty good form at the moment… I have been upping my practice recently due to the European Championships and SB Grand Finals so I feel that I am in good shape. The draw is very tough, as it is a high quality field of players. Hopefully I can produce good snooker, take my chances and give these young guns a run for their money!


Martin O'Donnell

Martin O’Donnell

SB Classic Best: Winner 2012.

The first ever SB Classic champion; The MO’D is back in Grand Finals following an early qualification in the first Gloucester heat.

I haven’t played a great deal in the last month with this and that and if I’m honest I’ve not had a great deal of motivation to practice until now. It feels nice to be going to a competition again and I know it will be a great day and I’m really looking forward to it. I’ve played Jamie Clarke once before and I had an absolute flyer against him and beat him 4-0, but we’re both different players now and that doesn’t really mean anything. I’m putting the hours in this week and have been playing The Storm all day today, I don’t know what to expect on Sunday, but I’ll enjoy it whether I win or lose, it’s a cracking tournament. 


Sean O'Sullivan

Sean O’Sullivan

SB Classic Best: Debut.

Sean ‘The Storm’ is already confirmed as a professional next season having fallen off the tour last year. He hopes this is the first and last time he’ll be in this event, but he’ll miss the cakes…

Well I’m feeling confident going into Sunday. More excited than anything else as it’s my first, and hopefully (for all the right reasons) my only Grand Finals. So I’m hoping to make the most of this brilliant tournament. My form has been good going in to it after getting to the final of the pro-am at the same venue last week. Also I feel I’ve been playing pretty well all season so I’m hoping to continue that on Easter Sunday. Also, Mrs SB makes the best cakes ever so even if I lose that’s a great consolation!


Reanne Evans

Reanne Evans

SB Classic Best: Qualifying Round Semi-Final

The greatest ladies player of them all and multiple World Champion lands in Grand Finals Day ahead of her World Championship qualifiers next week.

I’m playing well in practice and have just set my table up in a new facility and it’s playing really nicely. I’m really looking forward to Sunday as it kicks off a huge month for me and hopefully my results will help me kick on to the next tournament. It’s a very tough field and I know to win it will be very very tough but I have given myself a chance. I really enjoy playing these events as SB and Mrs SB create a really nice atmosphere and I’m really pleased that it’s proving so popular with all the top amateurs, it’s well deserved. I think it should have a lot more recognition from official bodies, who should offer further prize incentives to the winner, as it’s the best amateur tournament out there in my opinion and really well run.  


James Brown

SB Classic Best: Debut.

James came through in our only heat in Preston. As a first time SB Classic entrant, he’s hoping his experience will tell on the day, he starts off against Ben Harrison.

I’m actually really confident about Sunday, I’m playing really well and scoring heavily and if I can hit the ground running against Ben I think I can go all the way. We’ve played before and we know each other and he’ll know that he’s in for a tough match. I’ll be playing every day between now and Sunday to make sure I’m well prepared and we will see what happens, but like I say, my game is in good shape so I’ve nobody to fear. 


Jamie Clarke

Jamie Clarke

SB Classic Best: Semi-Finalist 2014.

Jamie was within one ball of reaching the final last season and this weekend he is hoping to put that to rest. He qualified from the first event in Gloucester back in October and now plays in his third consecutive Grand Finals Day.

I have always loved playing in this event, we are always extremely well looked after and the prize money is great. We are very lucky to have SB to keep a quality amateur event on the snooker map. I think next year for there to be several SB tournaments with prize money in each, a little bit like the PIOS would be a great idea. Going into Sunday, I am feeling good, playing well and practicing hard. I’m playing every day in the run up so I am giving myself every chance.


Paul Davison

Paul Davison

SB Classic Best: Debut.

Paul or Snowy as he’s known to most, has got a busy month coming up but he’s focused on the job on Sunday having qualified from the last event in Liverpool a couple of weeks back. The bookies make him clear favourite to win the title on Sunday.

I’m looking forward to the tournament and was delighted to qualify in Liverpool. I have been practicing very hard and I feel very confident leading up to this with the English Amateur and the play-off’s just around the corner as well. Hopefully my form will hold and this will be a successful month for me.


Mike Rogers

Mike Rogers

SB Classic Best: Qualifying Round Final

Mike came through the Last Chance Saloon and is delighted to have made the finals after coming so close in the past.

After not playing to my potential all season I was delighted to come through last Sunday considering the quality of opposition in each round. Having come so close to qualifying for the finals last season I’m just glad I have got there this time around; knowing Mr and Mrs SB it’s bound to be a great event. I’ve never played Paul Davison before and I’m not expecting anything other than a battle! Hopefully I can just play well, enjoy myself and make a fist of it.


Phil O'Kane

Phil O’Kane

SB Classic Best: Qualifying Round Final

Phil came through in second place on the Order of Merit and produced a fine display in Gloucester last weekend. He is known for his jokey personality and sharp one-liners, but it sounds like Sunday might well bring out his serious side…

It’s taken a couple of years to reach the Grand Finals, but I couldn’t be happier about doing so. I’ve upped the hours I’ve been practising a lot and it’s good to see the hard work paying off. I put a lot of that down to the match practice and having these tournaments to play in, competing with top amateurs around the country can only do your game good. I played Reanne a couple of events ago in Gloucester and I lost 4-3, quite a good game and I’m looking forward to this one again and hopefully I’ll end up being a winner this time round.


Eden Sharav

Eden Sharav

SB Classic Best: Debut.

Eden is another qualifier from Gloucester who impressed a lot when winning through, he aims to be the first ever Scottish winner and faces Welshman Daniel Wells first up.

I’m playing good just now so really looking forward to Sunday. Me and Dan are good mates and we used to practice together quite a bit so I think we will both be quietly confident going into the match and we’ll both be up for it. 


Brett Miller

Brett Miller

SB Classic Best: Qualifying Round Final

Brett strolled through via the Order of Merit and is putting in the hours for Sunday, he’s also clearly in confident mood.
I’m confident and if I’m on my game I can win this tournament. All the qualifiers I have played I have ended up losing to the eventual winner and unlike me every one of them play full time. I have been putting a couple of nights a week in running up to the Grand Finals and as a result I am playing with a little bit more consistency. That’s what let me down in every match I’ve lost in the Classic. I’m really looking forward to a good day out and I fear no one.
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DRAW: All matches are the best of 7 frames

10am start:
Ben Harrison v James Brown – Referee: Mark Seaman
Jamie Clarke v Martin O’Donnell – Referee: Nick Harry
Sydney Wilson v Jamie Bodle – Referee: Alan Collis
Brett Miller v Tom Barton – Referee: Martyn Royce

NB 11.30 start:
Phil O’Kane v Reanne Evans – Referee: Mark Seaman
Sean O’Sullivan v Ant Parsons – Referee: Nick Harry
Eden Sharav v Daniel Wells – Referee: Alan Collis
Mike Rogers v Paul Davison – Referee: Martyn Royce

Quarter Finals – NB 2pm

Semi Finals – NB 4pm

Final – NB 6pm – Referee: Nick Harry


March 31, 2015

Snookerbacker Classic Grand Finals: Information and Further Prize Announced!

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SB2015 A4 Poster2 (1) with amendsFor anyone who missed the Grand Finals draw last night live on Twitter I have copied it below together with the corresponding match times.

I am also delighted to announce that as well as the existing prizes in place, I have now secured a further £250 cash prize for the player that makes the highest break on Grand Finals Day.

This is in addition to the £500 overall highest break prize currently standing at 134 by Daniel Wells and the £1000 maximum break prize both sponsored by John Parrott Cuesports

This takes the overall prize fund this year to well over £8000.  


Dress Code: Shirt, trousers, shoes and waistcoat – no bow tie required.
Match Times: Please ensure that you arrive in plenty of time for your stated match time.

DRAW: All matches are the best of 7 frames and will all be live-scored online.

10am start:

Ben Harrison v James Brown – Referee: Mark Seaman
Jamie Clarke v Martin O’Donnell – Referee: Nick Harry
Sydney Wilson v Jamie Bodle – Referee: Alan Collis
Brett Miller v Tom Barton – Referee: Martyn Royce

NB 11.30 start:

Phil O’Kane v Reanne Evans – Referee: Mark Seaman
Sean O’Sullivan v Ant Parsons – Referee: Nick Harry
Eden Sharav v Daniel Wells – Referee: Alan Collis
Mike Rogers v Paul Davison – Referee: Martyn Royce

Quarter Finals – NB 2pm

Semi Finals – NB 4pm

Final – NB 6pm – Referee: Nick Harry


It is free to come along and watch so why not treat yourself to a Sunday of top quality live snooker?

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