The IBSF Executives have approved the revised dates for the 2021 IBSF World Snooker Championships (Women, Men & Men Under-21) from 1st March till 11th March 2022 at Doha, Qatar. The Championships are being hosted by Qatar Billiards and Snooker Federation (QBSF).
Indian player Pankaj Advani has conquered back-to-back two major International championships. Last Thursday he won the Asian Snooker Championship and just after five days he stayed unbeaten in the Qatar 6Reds World Cup 2021 and lifted the coveted trophy with the winners’ prize of 12000 USD.
The Annual General Meeting of the IBSF was held on 17th September 2021 where the AGM elected new executives for the IBSF board.
With the immense pleasure IBSF hereby announces that Armenia is now a member of the International Billiards & Snooker Federation.
On behalf of the IBSF Executive Board and all the members of IBSF, I welcome Armenian Federation as a new member. I also wish to extend my heartfelt congratulations to Armenia for becoming a member of the Billiard Sports fraternity.
Reigning World Champion Nutcharat Wongharuthai of Thailand wins the Inaugural World Women Snooker 6Red Cup 2020. In the final, she defeated German player Diana Stateczny 5-3 and claimed the title for this high prize money event.
German player Diana Stateczny was a comfortable winner as she easily outclassed World 6Red No.2 Amee Kamani of India in the semi-final match of ongoing World Women Snooker 6Red Cup 2020 at QBSF Academy in Doha, Qatar.
Polish player Izabela Łącka qualified for the quarter-final stage of World Women Snooker 6Red Cup 2020 after winning the match for qualification 3-0 against Hind Bennani of Morocco.
Indian player Amee Kamani hit the break of 71 points, which is highest so far in the World Women Snooker 6Red Cup 2020.
Two of the best players from Europe, Wendy Jans from Belgium who holds multiple world titles and multiple European champion Tatjana Vasiljeva of Latvia faced each other in the quarter-final match of World Women Snooker 6Red Cup 2020 here at the QBSF Academy in Doha, Qatar.
Moroccan women player Hind Bennani displayed an impressive game of snooker here in World Women Snooker 6Red Cup 2020. This is her first appearance in any IBSF event and has shown tremendous improvement within two days of competition.
Former European champion, Tatjana Vasiljeva of Latvia returned to Green Baize after a sabbatical of around two years. She is participating in the ongoing World Women Snooker 6Red Cup 2020 here in QBSF Academy and won her first match against Russian player Svetlana Kozyreva 3-0.
Preparations for the World Women Snooker 6Red Cup 2020 are completed, which is to get underway on Friday, the 28th of February 2020 and to conclude on 1st March 2020.