2021/2022 season review

RANKINGS WINNERS PRIZE MONEY

FIRST of all, next season’s aspiring rankings winners will be delighted to know that the cash prizes are being reinstated.

The Championship Tour winner will receive £500, Seniors Tour £250, Under-21 Gold £250, Silver £150 and Bronze £100.

The 2022/23 calendar will be released shortly.

But the Satellite Rankings, which included money earned from non-Cuestars events, has been ditched. Jamie Wilson (Havant), in his second season as a professional, pocketed £1,000 for topping the 2020/21 Satellite Rankings.

CUESTARS COMPETITION WINNERS

Championship Tour: Marcos Dayao (London)
Seniors Tour (40+): John Hunter (Andover)
Masters Tour (55+): John Hunter (Andover)
Under-21 Gold rankings: Connor Benzey (Eastleigh)
Under-21 Gold Championship: Bradley Cowdroy (Bournemouth)
Under-21 Silver rankings: John Donovan (London)
Under-21 Silver Championship: Samuel Laxton (Portsmouth)
Under-21 Bronze rankings: Zain Jeraj (London)
Under-21 Bronze Championship: Daniel Walter (Portsmouth)

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 (our 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) has reached the final of the English Under-21 Championship.

O’Shay Scott (Eastleigh) has reached the final of the English Under-14 Championship.

Bradley Cowdroy (Bournemouth) landing a massive £1,000 jackpot for winning the Pro-Am Series at Waterlooville Sports Bar.

James Budd (Gosport) is the Gosport & Fareham Snooker League’s 2022 singles champion.

Nine-year-old William Thomson (Eastleigh), pictured, won the English Under-16 Billiards Championship.

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