SnookerSA is closed temporary
as of 16th March 2020
To all BSASA members and all other Snooker SA Patrons.
Earlier today, the Board of the Australian Billiards & Snooker Council announced that in light of recent developments in respect of the COVID-19 virus that all national and open tournaments presently scheduled in the period up to 30 June 2020 had been cancelled. This was a decision made in consultation with the BSASA and Snooker SA.
Ultimately the health, safety and welfare of the players, officials and the community generally has to take precedence. The ABSC has indicated that it expects that its decision will be mirrored at a State & Territory level by its various Member States.
After careful consideration the BSASA & Snooker SA have resolved to close the Snooker SA premises until further notice. Your health is our paramount concern. We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and will advise of any developments as they occur.
Invented way back in the 19th century after making a few changes to billiards, snooker is a cue sport that originated among British army officers stationed in the Indian town of Jabalpur. It involves the use of 21 object balls that comprise of 15 red balls and 6 coloured balls. Over the years, popularity of this cue sport has been on a steep rise in many countries worldwide. One such country is Australia, in particular Adelaide and South Australia.
Snooker’s popularity can be attributed to several factors. For starters, it’s a fun sport to watch and it’s enjoyable for those who are playing it. Furthermore, several snooker championship games are held on a yearly basis to help increase its popularity.
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Snooker S.A. welcomes players junior to senior, members and visitors to enjoy our world-class facilities. Snooker and Pool club has a focus, and that is junior development and seeing Cuesports in Australia relive it’s glory days. Snooker and pool club serves another...
57 Milner Road Richmond Adelaide, South Australia
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