Snooker is a cue sport that is a variation of billiards. Snooker uses 22 balls, 15 red balls, 6 coloured balls and a cue ball. Players strike the cue ball to hit the coloured balls in the proper sequence to obtain points. At the end of the game the player with the most points wins.
Snooker in the 55+ BC Games is a two day competition featuring a singles event. For more details about the competition specific to the 55+ BC Games, please review the rules & technical information.
Richmond 2020 55+ BC Games – September 15-19, 2020
Competition dates – Sept 17 & 18 (Thurs & Fri)
Snooker venue – Top 147 Snooker & Billiards, 4351 No. 3 Road, Richmond
Map to venue –
Kimberley/Cranbrook 2018 55+ BC Games
Snooker was not included in the Kimberley/Cranbrook 55+ BC Games. Results from previous Games can be found by clicking the button below.
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Your local Zone Sport Coordinator is the primary source of information about your sport in the 55+ BC Games. Please contact them to find out about local playdowns or other events leading up to the Games and to register for the Games. Events in your zone, including the registration deadline are listed on your zone page.
|Zone 1||Dennett Netterville||250-384-4720|
|Zone 2||Tom Lambourne||250-703-3637|
|Zone 3||Kevin Robitaille||778-847-3002|
|Zone 4||Ken Potocky||604-889-4769|
|Zone 5||Rick Redwood||250-493-2807|
|Zone 6||Janie Simister||250-362-7624|
|Zone 7||Bob Ewashen||250.428.5088|
|Zone 8||Jim Barna||250-679-8302|
|Zone 9||Cliff Haiste||250-563-7080|
|Zone 10||Bill Whitty||250-632-2710|
|Zone 11||Arnold Amonson||250-845-2132|
|Zone 12||Rick Ekkel||250-794-8916|