The qualifying rounds of this season’s four UK Q Tour events are now available to enter via WPBSA SnookerScores.
Open to all amateur players, the events will be held from September 2022 to January 2023, with Q Tour Playoff to run from 4-5 March. Two World Snooker Tour cards will be won for the start of the 2023/24 season.
Each event is set to run across three days, with 16 successful qualifiers from the Friday qualifying rounds to join the 48 players who have already qualified for the weekend’s last 64 stage.
The 48 qualified players who have already accepted their place on Q Tour and have entered the tournaments are:
UK OOM: Zhao Jianbo, Ross Muir, Steven Hallworth, Daniel Wells, Florian Nuessle, Farakh Ajaib, Ian Martin, Michael Holt, Haydon Pinhey, Andrew Higginson, Michael Georgiou, Rory McLeod, Luke Simmonds, Ben Hancorn, Peter Devlin, Robbie McGuigan, Harvey Chandler, Leo Fernandez, Lee Walker, Lewis Ullah, Gao Yang, Daniel Womersley, Tyler Rees, George Pragnell, Hamim Hussain, Billy Castle, Kuldesh Johal, Saqib Nasir, Sydney Wilson, Eden Sharav, Mark Lloyd, Martin O’Donnell, Niel Vincent, Ashley Carty, Joshua Thomond, Sean McAllister, Alex Taubman, Umut Dikme, Lucky Vatnani
Asia-Oceania OOM: Khash-Ochir Tuyshinjargal. Topped up by seven players from the UK OOM above.
Juniors: Sean Maddocks, Iulian Boiko, Liam Davies, Ryan Davies, Luke Pinches, Alfie Lee, Jamie Wilson, Joe Fenton
Qualifiers – How to Enter
The qualifying rounds of all six tournaments are now available to enter via WPBSA SnookerScores.
To do so, please register an account on the website if you have not done so already, and select your chosen event from the WPBSA Organisation page.
Both your confirmed entry and payment of the event entry fee must be received by the relevant deadline for your entry to be accepted.
Event entry deadlines are as follows:
- Q Tour 1 (North Shields) – 19 August 2022 – Entry Pack
- Q Tour 2 (Brighton) – 2 September 2022 – Entry Pack
- Q Tour 5 (Landywood) – 25 November 2022 – Entry Pack
- Q Tour 6 (Leeds) – 23 December 2022 – Entry Pack
The entry fee for each tournament will be £50, with a total prize fund of £12,000 per tournament to be won.
Further information regarding the two European events will be announced in due course.
Learn more about WPBSA Q Tour.