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My name is Tim Dunkley and in 2000 I discovered the wonders of junior snooker.
I help run the Saturday morning junior section at Chandler’s Ford Snooker Club, with club-boss Jim Everett, and run the afternoon £1,000 Under-21 Roll-Up. You may have read of the remarkable
exploits of the region’s top young players in the Daily Echo every Saturday.
As well as holding down a full-time job, away from the green baize, I am a World Snooker Asociation coach, a press officer for the World Ladies Billiards & Snooker Association and a member of the
Snooker Writers' Association.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 6th October 2012
LYNDHURST Workmens Club B are just wonderful, according to Gary Cool.
Posted at 6:00am Friday 28th September 2012
HUNDREDS of Hampshire fans will next Thursday witness professional snooker at Southampton Guildhall for the fourth year running.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 22nd September 2012
DOUGIE Fricker had a hard life, he was paralysed down one side but everybody loved him.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 15th September 2012
BILL Anderson has vowed to curtail his safety play if Bitterne Royal British Legion A gain promotion to the Premier.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 25th August 2012
THERE was as much talent watching this year’s Summer Bonanza final as there was actually playing.
Posted at 9:57pm Saturday 21st July 2012
SCOURING pads are banned from the Winchester home of Southampton billiards champion John Mullane.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 23rd June 2012
CHRIS Holland, an ever present member of the Southampton side from the start of the Inter-Town League in the mid-1960s to its demise in the early 1980s, insists he just plays to his ability now.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 16th June 2012
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 9th June 2012
IT WAS a fairytale finish to a two-year journey on the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Bronze Tour.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 2nd June 2012
THE air-conditioned Star Snooker Academy proved to be a blessed relief from the scorching sun last Saturday in Sheffield.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 26th May 2012
IT WAS a mournful handicapped singles final at Eastleigh WMC on Tuesday.
Posted at 6:00am Saturday 19th May 2012
CRIBBAGE and dominoes could soon die out because youngsters nowadays are more interested in high-tech, shoot-’em-up computer games.