2022 PREVIEW: English Amateur Tour E4 Goes to Woking…

2022 PREVIEW: English Amateur Tour E4 Goes to Woking…

The English Amateur Tour continues next weekend with a stop at Woking Snooker Centre in Surrey, UK – another first for the club. 

Earlier this year, the EPSB Open Series was also hosted at Woking – another first.

Prior to that, there have been EAT events in Preston and Hull, as the EAT journeys south for some action in Woking.

George Pragnell enjoyed a blistering start to the 2022/23 season as he secured back-to-back wins on the EPSB English Amateur Snooker Tour following victory at Event 2 and Event 1.

Former professional Ashley Carty claimed his first EPSB English Amateur Snooker Tour title with victory at this season’s third event at the Elite Snooker Club in Preston.

The English Partnership for Snooker and Billiards wrote that former Crucible Theatre qualifier Carty has enjoyed a solid start to returning as an amateur, reaching the last eight and four respectively in the previous two EAST events, as well as making a Q Tour event semi-final. 

Events are straight knockout, and matches are the best of 7 frames throughout, including the final. 

There is no seeding – the draw for each event is open. 

Players will earn ranking points relating to their results at events. This ranking list will be updated and published after each weekend. The ranking points schedule can be viewed here. 

This weekend also sees lots of English Under-14 Junior qualifiers across the country in London, Leicester, and Preston. as well as Dereham.

There were also two EPSB Open Series events in London and Walsall (although now according to EPSB, Walsall has been postponed.

Good luck to everyone competing in events across the country!


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