Each Zone coordinator will touch base with their association members regarding the pros and cons of adopting a total rules change.

They will liaison with Brendan Kantor (QEBF Rules and Umpires Director) This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The WEPF AGM - 15th August 2020 - 10.00am (UK).

31.     Proposed     WEPF Executive             Seconded
The WEPF are to adopt and promote an new set of Rules known as The Supreme Rules (copy of the rules attached), The rule change will come into effect in 2022 ready for WEPF World Championships.
As part of the proposal the 2022 WEPF World Championships will be awarded to England and held in The Isle of Man.
Members also have the right to bring this date forward for the rule change to the 2021 World Championships should they feel it is advantageous to do so.

Reason.
The WEPF is currently in a contract with Alitus Services Limited and the WEPF received a sum of money relating to the 1st year of the contract associated with the World Championships 2020. These will of course not take place however the Sponsor has been kind enough for the money to be utilised predominantly for the 2021 World Championships in Birmingham.
The contract has a second phase to it that relates to the second year of World Championships, this will now relate to the 2022 World Championships.
The conditions required for the second phase of the contract that will provide Sponsorship funds of £100,000 are as follows:-
1 The 2022 World Championships are to be held in the Isle of Man.
2 The rule change to come into effect by 2022. (copy of the rules attached)
Furthermore an additional £20,000 contribution will be added to the Sponsorship for 2022, this is solely to help with funding of travel, mainly for the Southern hemisphere Countries attending.
For:         Against:         Abstain:         Pass / Fail

More information on the Rules can be found here: https://aebf.com.au/wepf

QSport is the representative body for organised,

affiliated sport in Queensland and by dint of its extensive membership of mainly State sporting organisations representative of their sporting activity throughout Queensland, is accepted by government as the industry peak body for sport in the State.

Established formally in 1992, QSport is incorporated as an independent industry based collective.

Its mission is to enhance the development of sport in Queensland by working to promote and sustain interest in the development of organised sport in the State.

QSPORT ORDINARY MEMBERSHIP


I refer to your application received on 10 June, 2020 by The Queensland Eightball Federation Inc.
Your organisation’s application was considered at the QSport Board meeting held this morning (24 June) and I am pleased to advise it was successful and has been assigned to the Indoor Sport Group.
QSport welcomes your involvement.

https://www.qsport.org.au/members-and-partners/ordinary-member/

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2020 QEBF Affiliation and Event Fees

 QEBF Affiliation            Fee                      Comment

 Senior Member           $11.00                 per person over 18 years of age

 Junior Member            $11.00                 per person under 18 years of age

                                                           Membership fees due 1st August 2020

$1 of those affiliation fees goes towards Juniors State Team.

$2 of those affiliation fees goes towards the Development of Eight Ball. 

Support for Associations impacted by COVID-19.

If your Associations ability to make the Affiliation Fee payment, please contact email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Junior State Event        Fee                     Comment

 Under 12                   $25                     must be under 12 *

 Under 15                   $25                     must be under 15 *

 Under 18 Girls            $25                     must be over 12 and under 18 *

 Under 18                   $25                     must be over 12 and under 18 *

*on 1st January next year

 Senior State Event       Fee                     Comment

 Divisions                                              Women (female), Men (male)

and Masters (must be over 50)

 State Singles              $25                     Friday

 State Team Trials        $50                     Saturday and Sunday

 

General State Event     Fee                     Comment

 Open Doubles             $25                     (per team) Saturday and/or Sunday

 B Grade Singles          $25                     Saturday and/or Sunday

 C Grade Singles          $25                     Saturday and/or Sunday

 Under 23                   $25                     Saturday and/or Sunday

 

Qld Cup                        Fee                      Comment

 Men’s Team                $50 (per person)    Sat, Sun and/or Monday (Male players)

 Women’s Team           $50 (per person)    Sat, Sun and/or Monday (Female players)

 Country Team             $50 (per person)    Fri, Sat and/or Sunday (Male & Female players)

 

State Team Deposit      Fee                     Comment

 Senior Teams             $400                    Individual deposit required within 14 days

 Junior Team               $200                    Individual deposit required within 14 days

 

ALL FEES MUST BE PAID PRIOR TO THE EVENT

Example: Associations assume responsibility for paying B Grade Singles fees.

On behalf of the Queensland Eight Ball Federation, we would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the following individuals on their outstanding achievements during the 2018 Australian Eight Ball National Championships. Athletes and team manager selected in the 2019 Australian Eight Ball Team will travel to Blackpool, England in July 2020.

2019 Australian Men's Team
#9 Barry Kitchener Jnr - Ipswich

2019 Australian Women's Team
#3 Sharron Brown - Norths
#6 Rachel King - Queensland
#8 Nicole Fielding - Brisbane
#9 Temple Larkins - Townsville

2019 Australian Masters Team
#6 Mark Bradley - Townsville
TM Mandy Snare - Gympie

On behalf of the Queensland Eight Ball Federation, we would like to take this opportunity to congratulate the following individuals on their outstanding performance during the 2018 Australian Eight Ball National Championships.
Australian Men's Singles
    Quarter Finals: Shannon Purcell
Australian Women's Singles
    Semi Finals: Nicole Fielding
Australian Masters Singles
    Quarter Finals: Mark Bradley
Australian Men's Plate
    Last 16: Andy Barnett
Australian Women's Plate
    Quarter Finals: Leonie McCulloch & Sabrina Hammerlindl
    Semi Finals: Temple Larkins
Australian Masters Plate
    Grand Final: 1st Steve Lees - 2nd Mark Bradley

Tournament Rule (Men's, Women's or Masters State Team)

"Once qualified for a State Team you must accept or decline that offer before attempting to qualify for another State Team."

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2015 Women's Singles and Team Play-off

Singles 14-Aug-15   Friday    9:00 AM    7:30 PM
Team 15-Aug-15    Saturday    9:00 AM    7:30 PM
Team 16-Aug-15    Sunday    9:00 AM    6:00 PM

Snooker World
2520 Gold Coast Highway
Mermaid Beach
QLD 4218

 

LIVESTREAM https://www.youtube.com/c/cuesportstv

Motion moved at QEBF AGM
"to form a SEQ Zone committee. South East Zone Associations Meeting will be on the 2nd February 2014 at 10am at North’s Clubhouse.

Membership Schedule

SOUTH EAST ZONE
Brisbane & Districts 8 Ball
City 8 Ball Assoc
Darling Downs Eight Ball
Gold Coast 8 Ball
Gympie 8 Ball
Ipswich Eight Ball
Northern Districts 8 Ball
Sunshine Coast Cue Sports
Toowoomba 8 Ball

We are currently working on a Grading system to identify Queensland players as A B C Grade based on thier performances in Qld Events, City v Country and the Qld Cup!

Event: Queensland Junior 8 Ball
Thursday    04.Oct.12    >    QLD: Juniors under 12 >

1st Hayden Goode, 2nd Kyle Thompson, 3rd Nikki Burnett


Friday    05.Oct.12    >    QLD: Juniors under 15 >

1st Hayden Goode, 2nd Samual Burnett


Saturday    06.Oct.12    >    QLD: Juniors under 18

1st Vijay Randall, 2nd Jayme White, 3rd Sam West, 4th Jason Smiley, 5th Zayne Clarkson


Entry Fee:    $TBA
Entrants:  Q.E.B.F Regristered
Format: TBA

Q-MASTERS
40 Castlemaine Street
Milton QLD 4064
www.qmasters.com.au

https://www.qld.gov.au/youth/sport-recreation-leisure/young-athlete-assistance-program/

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2013 AUSTRALIA JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS
Host:
Eight Ball South Australia

Venue:
EMIPRE POOL LOUNGE
20 Rose Street  
Adelaide SA 5000
www.empirepool.com.au

Day 0: Tuesday 8th January 2013: Arrive
Day 1: Wednesday 9th January 2013; Opening and First Matches
Day 7 Tuesday 15th January 2013; Grand Finals and Presentation
Day 8: Wednesday 16th January 2013;  Depart

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1: Kyle Thomson u12
2: Nikki Burnett
3: Hayden Goode u15
4: Samual Burnett
5: Vijay Randall u18
6: Jayme White
7: Sam West
Manager: Greg Dingle
Manager: