New 900 Snooker Hits Screens in September..
UK Amateur Snooker gets a Huge Boost from Next Month…
QUALIFIERS for the new 900 Snooker Legends tournament will begin on the 3rd and 4th of September as UK amateur snooker is given a huge boost by the team at Snooker Legends this Autumn.
With huge payouts, TV coverage, and a string of top names from past, present, and future, two lucky qualifiers and a wildcard pick will enter into the draw for October and November’s jam-packed lineup for this innovative new event from Jason Francis and the Snooker Legends team – with more promised to come.
Week 4 will be unique with a WILDCARD to be confirmed… that said… we have champions from Canada, pool, junior tours and WDBS… who is your money on? pic.twitter.com/mHDlWhuVOb
— Snooker Legends (@Snookerlegends) August 4, 2022
Players are already praising the event as the World Disability Champion David Church tweeted,,,
— David Church (@triple_church) August 4, 2022
This exciting new 15-minutes, one-frame-style event promises to unleash an exciting new chapter for amateur snooker players globally.
Legends Tony Knowles and Patsy Fagan as well as former ranking event winners Rory Mcleod, Ex-ranking Shootout winner Michael Holt (pictured), Michael Georgiou and Tony Drago.
Current and Former World Seniors Champions Lee Walker, Nigel Bond, Darren Morgan, and Aaron Canavan will also appear.
With £6,000 per week up for grabs, “The 900” is set to be the hottest thing that hits Tv screens for Amateur Snooker in years.
The Snooker Legends 900 will see 25 nights of live snooker on Sporty Stuff TV broadcast Monday to Wednesday every night.
The eight weekly winners will then contest the Grand Final on November 16 in a one-off special.
All events will be staged in the Stephen Hendry Matchroom at the Crucible Club in Reading with a total prize fund in excess of £50,000.