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2019 Oceania Mens and Woman's Event


29 Dec 2018

Oceania Championships

I am pleased to announce that the 2019 Oceania Open Snooker Championships (Mixed gender) have been allocated a two year main tour spot for the winner. This is fantastic news for our players and I hope that entries into the event reflect this.

I also take pleasure in announcing that the winner of the Oceania 6 Red will gain a spot in the 2019 Sangsom 6 Red to be played in Thailand later next year.

The 2019 Oceania Championships will be held at Mounties from the 9th to the 17th March.

Women's Snooker Championships 9th – 12th March

6 Red Championships 12th – 14th March

Oceania Open Championships 14th - 17th March

I would personally like to thank Jason Ferguson, Chairman of the World Professional Billiards & Snooker Association, for extending these invitations to our region.

Frank Dewens


Oceania Billiards & Snooker Federation

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New Zealand Trans Tasman Test Team Announcement

After the finals of the NZ U21s an announcemnt was made to select a NZ Test Team for the Trans Tasman Test to held during Oceania 2019.

It was decided by various coaches and senior players to select 8 players that competed at the 2018 NZ under 21s that the following names were announced.

The team of 8 will be trimmed down to 5 for the actual NZ Test Team,named after a training camp to be held in late Janurary, 1 month out from the Oceania U21s.

For the team named will have there work cut out between now and Janurary to make the team of 5 ,so Im asking all coaches to start coaching the individules in your area on the areas they need improving on.

The following names have been nominated for the 2019 NZ Trans Tasman Test Team....

Mario Hildred  (Taranaki)

Denin Bunn (Taranaki)

Sam Martin (Hawkes Bay)

Marcus Moat (Hawkes Bay)

Cody Turner (Capital City)

Blain Watson (Capital City)

Riley James (Capital City)

Cody Unkovich (Waikato)



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