2021/2022 season review


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.


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)


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.


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.