2023/2024 season review

RANKINGS WINNERS PRIZE MONEY

FIRST of all, next season’s aspiring rankings winners will be delighted to know that cash prizes have been maintained.

The Championship Tour winner will receive £600, Seniors Tour £300, Masters Tour £150, Under-21 Gold £300, Silver £200 and Bronze £100.

The 2024/25 calendar will be released this week.

CUESTARS SEASON 2023/2024 WINNERS

Championship Tour: Billy Castle (Reading)
Seniors Tour (40+): Paul Davis (Wareham)
Masters Tour (55+): John Hunter (Andover)
Under-21 Gold rankings: Evan Plummer (Coulsdon)
Under-21 Gold Championship: Oliver Sykes (Chandlers Ford)
Under-21 Silver rankings: William Hurley (Rayleigh)
Under-21 Silver Championship: Caden Read (Chandlers Ford)
Under-21 Bronze rankings: Jack Squires (Gosport)
Under-21 Bronze Championship: Archie Greier (Jersey)
Joe Perry Under-21 Super Series: Oliver Sykes (Chandlers Ford)

SPONSORSHIP

Cuestars has been running grass-root snooker tournaments around central southern England for more than 30 years.
But its undoubted success is a team effort: John Hunter (founder), tournament directors, referees, players, parents (and grandparents), coaches, clubs – and sponsors.
Without our wonderful sponsors, we couldn’t offer the prize money which attracts the players and helps them to compete in national and international competitions.
It costs just £100 to sponsor a Cuestars tournament. Please email John Hunter at [email protected].
To discover more about the work that Cuestars does, go to www.cuestars.co.uk/about-cuestars.

OTHER ACHIEVEMENTS

Oliver Sykes (Chandler’s Ford) English Junior Tour Snooker Champion and World Snooker Federation Under-18 semi-finalist.
Connor Benzey (Eastleigh) A seeded position on World Snooker’s 2024/2025 Q Tour.
Ronnie Sullivan (Chipstead) Snooker Legends Junior 900 Champion.
Dharminder Singh-Lilly (Fareham) reached the Snooker Legends 900 Finals Night.
William Thomson (Chandlers Ford) English Under-16 Billiards Champion and English U14 Snooker finalist.
O’Shay Scott (Eastleigh) English U16 and U18 Snooker finalist.
Ellise Scott (Eastleigh) British Women’s Open Under-21 Snooker Champion.

Picture from English Partnership for Snooker & Billiards website.
Oliver Sykes Storms to English Junior Tour Title

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