Some exciting news published by RIBSA
World Seniors Cue Zones with PJ in Goffs
Next January Snooker is back in Goffs with the legends of the game. Jimmy White, Dennis Taylor, Willie Thorne, Ken Doherty and Patrick Wallace will battle it out with one of our top amateur players over the weekend of the 5th and 6th January 2019 in the famous venue of Goffs in Co Kildare.
- Cue Zone with PJ
RIBSA will be also holding a Cue Zone with our RIBSA National Coach PJ Nolan at the event so get your tickets today to watch the legends and maybe get a few tips to improve your game from Ireland’s top coach.
The Cue Zones will be open to anyone who attends the event in Goffs so do not miss out and get your tickets today.
- World Seniors Snooker Tour for the Seniors Irish Masters in Goffs.
The stars Jimmy White, Ken Doherty, Joe Johnson, Willie Thorne, John Virgo, Dennis Taylor and Michaela Tabb. RIBSA will hold a qualifying event on December 1st in Roadstone SC to join this stellar line up.
- Gala Dinner
We are delighted to announce details of the Seniors Irish Masters Gala Launch Dinner which takes place at the Osprey Hotel in Naas as will have all the Snooker Legends in attendance.
We are hoping you will want to join us. Your ticket includes a welcome drink on arrival, 3 courses and the company of some of snookers greatest characters. A seat this year is just 60 euros but numbers are limited.
If you wish to secure your seat, or a table for your company or group of 8 hosted by a legend, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
PJ Nolan is a legend himself. He’s not just an excellent coach, he’s one who is totally dedicated to the players he support and coaches. I’ve met him in countless comps, and he makes a point to be there and watch all the matches his “students” are involved in, offering them support and advice as long as they are in the tournament.
2 thoughts on “World Seniors Cue Zones with PJ in Goffs”
Is it possable to see a copy of the draw for this Q competition.Thanks.I’m trying to keep a copy of alll the Q competitions.
I’m afraid that you’ll have to ask RIBSA in this case.
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