Tyler Beer triumphs in 28-day summer competition

TYLER Beer (pictured, right) has retained the Rotary Summer Cup at Chandlers Ford Snooker Club.

The eight-year-old competed on every one of the 28 days. That’s 112 hours of snooker-based activities over the school holiday.

His brother Dylan (left) – who was also ever present – took the Week-5 trophy by half-a point from Lewis Thomson. The previous day, the ten-year-old beat his highest break for the second time over the holiday period with a creditable 29.

William Thomson collected the Day 28 prize for topping the snooker round-robin from Christopher Woodward on the head-to-head rule.

Over the course of the competition, we have had ten new high snooker breaks and nine levels of the Cuestars Academy have been passed. Former champion O’Shay Scott recorded the highest snooker break of 83, the highest cricket break of 111 and the highest billiards break of 32.

Next up for these exciting young players is the Autumn Half-Term Cup at the end of October.

For details of these school-holiday competitions at Chandlers Ford Snooker Club, contact WPBSA coach Tim Dunkley via email: [email protected].