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Welcome to the home page for Billiards NSW. Here you will find information specific to Billiards in NSW - a sub-committee of the Billiards and Snooker Association of NSW Inc.
Latest News
Oceania Region Billiards & Snooker World Billiards Ltd and World Snooker Federation January 2018 Newsletter by Carlie
2017 NSW Billiards Championship - Club Marconi, July 29-30 by bsaadmin
NSW Billiards Rankings by bsaadmin
Following last week's AGM for the Billiards and Snooker Association of NSW, an exciting development has progressed for Billiards in NSW.
Joe Minici Makes It Lucky Number 13 by bsaadmin
The White Elephant- NSW State Billiards Championship 2016, was held at Club Marconi, The tournament had 40 entries and the 10 Group Round Robin commenced on Saturday 5th November, with large 2m high banners in the clubs foyer the scene was set for a Billiards Championship worthy of a State Title.


First tab - summary
Second tab -breakdown of NSW points earned
Third tab - how the points system works

Sub Committee

Peter Tankard - Committee
Andy De Haan - Committee
David McMahon - Committee
Shannon Dixon - BSANSW VP
Michael Pearson
Michael Pearson
Michael Pearson is a leading Billiards player in NSW and on the Australian circuit.
2014 NSW Billiards Finalists
2014 NSW Billiards Finalists
Joe Minici and Michael Pearson
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English billiards
,called simply billiards in Great Britain, where it originated, and in many former British colonies such as Australia, is a cue sport for two players or teams. Two cue balls (originally both white and one marked e.g. with a black dot, but more recently one white, one yellow) and a red object ball are used. Each player or team uses a different cue ball. It is played on a billiards table with the same dimensions as a snooker table and points are scored for cannons and pocketing the balls. English billiards has also, but less frequently, been referred to as "the English game", "the all-in game" and (formerly) "the common game".

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