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Austrian Snooker Camp

Last weekend my 147academy travelled to Austria to hold an Austrian National Snooker Training Camp organised by the Austrian Billiards & Snooker Association. Ten selected players were invited to attend this two day PJ Nolan camp in the HSEBC Cue Sports Academy in Vienna. The Players Philipp Koch, Manuel Pomwenger,…

4 Stars in World Professional Qualifiers

The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) and World Snooker have just announced four of my young 147academy students will recieve wild cards for the 2019 World Professional Championship Qualifiers in Sheffield. Irish Juniors Aaron Hill and Ross Bulman will join Welshman Dylan Emery and Austrian Florian Nüßle. Last…

Guernsey Player Camp in Academy

This week my 147academy welcomed International Guernsey Snooker player John Skillet for a Snooker Training Camp in the Ivy Rooms Snooker Club, Carlow in Ireland. John has represented Guernsey from the Channel Islands in the HIBSF Home International Championships over the years and he travelled this week to get professional coaching…

2019 European Championships

Last week will be remembered as one of most unbelievable achievements for my 147academy students in the 2019 Under 18 & Under 21 & Men’s EBSA European Snooker Championships in Eliat, Israel. In the European U-18 Championship Aaron Hill from Ireland won the EBSA Under 18 Championship final against Dylan Emery…

Shachar Training Camp

This week my 147 Academy travelled to the city of Tel Aviv in Israel to hold a three Day Snooker Training Camp for the 2018 EBSA European 6red Snooker Champion Shachar Ruberg. The plan for this training camp was all about preparing him best for next week’s EBSA Championship in Israel…

Swedish Training Camp

This week my 147academy welcomed International Swedish Junior Snooker player Max Nettleton from Stockholm for a three day Snooker Training Camp in the Ivy Rooms Snooker Club, Carlow in Ireland. Max has represented Sweden in European Championships over the years and he travelled to get professionals coaching to fine tune his game before…