Disability Snooker

World Disability Billiards And Snooker (WDBS) provides people with disabilities the opportunity to play cue sports competitively.

Established by the WPBSA, with guidance from Activity Alliance (formerly the English Federation of Disability Sport), WDBS runs tournaments for people with disabilities, under eight different categories. There are also open days at which players can get free advice and guidance from experienced WPBSA Snooker coaches.

WPBSA Vice Chairman Nigel Mawer QPM is chairman of the body and is joined by Vice Chairman Simon Berrisford, Bob Hill and Clive Brown on the Board of Directors.

For more information about WDBS please and how you can get involved visit www.wdbs.info

You can also follow WDBS via social media on both Twitter and Facebook .

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