Snooker Legends 900 2023 Qualifiers 1 – 8 Being Confirmed…

Snooker Legends 900 2023 Qualifiers 1 – 8 Being Confirmed…

THE SNOOKER LEGENDS 900 qualifiers have been in full swing since August as the 8 qualifiers for the TV stages are about to be announced, closing the qualifying stages.

With what will be another exciting fast and furious 25 nights of TV Amateur Snooker on Sporty Stuff TV at The Crucible Club in Reading, here are some of the qualifiers who have managed to grind their way to the TV stages and play on a big stage with other stars of past, present, and future on the amateur and former professional circuit.

Talented player Marcos Dayao, 23 kicked off the qualifying events with a great win at the first qualifier, while another youngster Aidan Murphy, 19, scooped qualifier 2.

The third qualifier to come out of the draw was Marc Shaw. Hamim Hussain, Neal Jones, and Simon Bubb and Neil Craycraft all scooped qualifying events, with Ryan Mears, a snooker  jet-setter, who almost plays in anything and is a coach at many clubs including Woking Snooker Centre, was the seventh qualifier to come out of the qualifying rounds.

Hayden Staniland came through the Event 8 qualifiers.

Links to the qualifying matches for 2023 on the SportyStuff Youtube channel.

Mears on Facebook, wrote: “And just like that i’m gonna be on TV, not gonna lie the nerves were just awful in my first game but i was alright after that 🙂Thanks to Terry Teeman (my new sponsor) & everyone at Woking Snooker Centre, all my friends in Andover, my family of friends at World Billiards, here there & everywhere for the support u’s give me, it really means alot ❤️.

The draw sees some very good coaches in Nic Barrow, and Barry Stark, both who have very successful Youtube Coaching channels and have been featured here on SnookerZone. 


SnookerZone covered most of season 1 results as we focused on some of the talented players that DAZZLED and IMPRESSED in the first season of the 900 including some of the female players on the World Women’s Snooker Tour, including the likes of Emma Parker, Maria Catalano, Ng On Yee, Jasmine Bolsover et al who have managed to be picked for the TV stages for Season 2.

You can read all our stories about season 1 by going to the MENU BAR. 

The Snooker Legends 900 was a new concept of the game, with a frame being 15 minutes in length, which is 900 seconds. A 20-second shot clock is in operation throughout. It proved to be fast and furious.

ANT PARSONS scooped the inaugural  900 title victory over Martin O’Donnell in the £10,000 Grand Final.

Parsons, a former English amateur champion, had won six from six on the way to the Week 6 crown to earn a place in the final then saw off Alfie Lee, Andrew Norman and ultimately O’Donnell to claim the inaugural title.

This new 15-minutes, one frame style event delivered a new and exciting chapter for amateur snooker players globally.

Entry to The 900 was £50.  £2000 was up for grabs for the winner EACH WEEK.  £6000 PRIZE POT every week.

96 Amateurs appeared on TV, from Sept 19th. £55,000 prize pot in total.

Good luck to all those involved in the TV stages, coming soon.



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