Seniors Snooker

World Seniors Snooker (WSS) operates under the auspices of the WPBSA to provide opportunities for players over 40 to be able to extend their snooker careers.

The WPBSA clearly recognises that there is a demand from many amateurs and the former greats of the professional sport who have still got the desire to play snooker competitively. The World Seniors Snooker Tour therefore provides an important facility by which retiring players from the professional World Snooker Tour will still be able to compete.

These events also carry a great nostalgia, evoking memories of great sporting moments that we have witnessed in snooker that have created the legends in our sport. Nobody will forget the first ever maximum 147 break made at the Crucible made by Canada’s Cliff Thorburn back in 1983 and so to see him lift the trophy at the same venue some 35 years later last month was a truly special moment.

More information on the WSST can be found at the official World Seniors website.