The Canadian Billiards & Snooker Association, in association with EvenTime Productions, is pleased to announce that the 2017 CANADIAN POOL CHAMPIONSHIPS will be hosted at Black Lake Arena in Thetford Mines, QC from May 23rd through 28th, 2017.
Black Lake Arena
4030 Rue Lord
Thetford Mines, Quebec G6H 1Z1
DATES & DIVISIONS
The dates for each division are as follows:
Open 8-Ball & Womens 8-Ball – May 23 to May 24
Open 9-Ball & Womens 9-Ball – May 25 to May 26
Open 10-Ball & Womens 10-Ball – May 27 to May 28
Amateur Mens 8-Ball & Amateur Womens 8-Ball – May 25 to May 26
Amateur Mens 9-Ball & Amateur Womens 9-Ball – May 26 to May 28
Junior 9-Ball – May 28
14.1 Continuous – May 23
One Pocket – May 23
Bank Pool – Mini-tournament (On-site registration)
Speed Pool – Mini-tournament (On-site registration)
Registration Fees for Open 8-Ball, Open 9-Ball & Open 10-Ball: $225 each
Registration Fees for Amateur 8-Ball & Amateur 9-Ball: $175 each
Registration Fees for Bank Pool, Speed Pool, One Pocket & 14.1 Continuous: $50 each
Junior 9-Ball: Free Entry
Green Fee: $35 PER TOURNAMENT (up to a maximum of 2 [$70])
Admin Fee: $20 for the whole week
Amateur classification is recognized at the provincial level through your respective provincial organizations. If you are uncertain whether or not you are eligible to play in the amateur division, contact your provincial representative.
To be eligible to play in the Junior division, you must be 18 years of age or younger as of December 31, 2017.
There will be a minimum of $16,000 added to the prize pool for the Championships by the host.
Open 8-Ball, 9-Ball & 10-Ball
In the Open divisions, the winner and runner-up will receive the first two invitations to represent Canada at each respective World Championship. $2,000 in prize money for world expenses will be held for the winner of each division.
For all other international pool competitions sanctioned by the WPA, the order of invitation will be determined based on the combined 2016 CBSA Pool Rankings.
Women’s 8-Ball, 9-Ball & 10-Ball
In the Women’s divisions, the winner and runner-up will receive the first two invitations to represent Canada at each respective World Championship. $1,200 in prize money for world expenses will be held for the winner of each division.
The winner and runner-up in the Junior division will receive the first two invitations to represent Canada at the World Junior 9-Ball Championship.
RULES, FORMAT & DRAW
HOW TO REGISTER
Submit your information through the EvenTime Registration page above and an email will be sent to you from the event organizer on how to proceed with payment.
Please note that all registrations are subject to the approval of your respective provincial organization and the CBSA.