I must say, I am quite excited about 2018. -New ranking events across the country -Coaching Certification on both coasts -More snooker content on Canadian Television -and lots lots more, stay tuned….
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As with all things in life, there are cycles; and while we cherish the countless Canadians that made us proud with their accomplishments decades ago, we now look forward to creating a new crop of players to reach for the stars. Now that we have a certified coach, the […]
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Canada’s largest snooker tournament just got completed this week and out of 55 players from all over North America, we had one finalist from Toronto and the other from Chicago. They didn’t know each other before this event, but they do now, and very well. Since this was a double […]
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In the last few months, a new trend is resurfacing here in Canada, new clubs are opening again. That’s right, NOT closing, OPENING! Erie Billiards in Windsor, Ontario Shooterville in Burlington, Ontario A new one in Richmond BC (name to be determined shortly) Brian White’s room in Nova Scotia to […]
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I am excited to come visit the west coast again this week, this time , Calgary ! Last year I came out to Vancouver to pay respects to Tommy Lee, one of our country’s greatest snooker players and ambassadors. This year, it is Alberta hosting the Western Canadian Snooker Championships; […]
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I am happy to announce that after many years, snooker is back on television and it will feature Canadian players in it. A show called “The Art of Snooker” will begin on Feb 18 and will air every week on Rogers TV for 10 straight weeks. For more information, please […]
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It’s amazing when I ask people on the East Coast about certain names of snooker players on the West Coast. Most have never hear of them…John Horsfall, Russ Shuster, Tommy Lee. I recently went to Vancouver to attend the Tommy Lee Memorial and they were all there, including one of […]
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I am happy to say that the standard of snooker is continuing to rise here in Canada, and to be honest, I don’t really see it letting up soon. While of course, I am referring to the talent out there on the table, I am also talking about other things […]
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I am quite excited about the latest development. Announcements are around the corner for something that will take snooker to yet another level in Canada. Here is a clue: There is a lot of technology out there that our game has yet to take advantage of, while other sports have […]
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I must say, when I embarked upon this journey 5 years ago, I had no idea that over 100 players would be playing in a Quebec/Ontario league. Exceeded expectations? I would say so. Satisfied? No way ! The goal is to always keep going in a positive direction, and why […]
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