Cerebral Palsy Sport and World Disability Billiards and Snooker are working together.

Cerebral Palsy Sport and the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association are joining forces and working together to raise the profile of snooker and billiards and the opportunities for people with cerebral palsy and associated physical impairments to participants.
World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) is a body that was created in 2015 to give more people with a disability the opportunity to play cue sports. Since then WDBS have ran a number of events including tournaments and open days.
Cerebral Palsy Sport is supporting WDBS with their January 2020 event in Stockport and we are pleased to announce that Cerebral Palsy Sport members will receive a discounted entry of just £5.00. For further information on this event and the WDBS visit their website http://www.wdbs.info/events/
Daniel Blunn has cerebral palsy and is the most successful player on the 360Fizz WDBS circuit having claimed a record nine main event titles since its inception in November 2015. We will soon be release a blog written by Daniel describing his journey with WDBS and why he would encourage others to take up the sport.
For more information about WDBS visit the website: www.wdbs.info