Snooker is a cue sport that is a variation of billiards. It originated in India in the late 19th century. 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.

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Kelowna 2019 55+ BC Games

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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 a source of information about your sport in the 55+ BC Games. Please feel free to contact them to find out about local playdowns or other events leading up to the Games and to Register for the Games or you can reach us at

Contact NameEmail/Phone
Zone 1Donna Tyrrell250-416-0503
Zone 2Tom Lambourne250-703-3637
Zone 3Please contact the Zone Director
Zone 4Diane Murphy604.540.5570
Zone 5Please contact the Zone Director
Zone 6Please contact the Zone Sport Coordinator
Zone 7Bob Ewashen250.428.5088
Zone 8Please contact Zone Director
Zone 9Cliff Haiste250-563-7080
Zone 10Bill Whitty250-632-2710
Zone 11Arnold Amonson250-845-2132
Zone 12Annette Reeder205-793-4394
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