Six-reds snooker tournament from August 20th

The six-red snooker tournament is open to all cue sport enthusiasts from the state.

Karnataka State Billiards Association (KSBA) announced the first ‘6 Reds Snooker Karnataka State Ranking Tournament 2011’, for men and women. 6-red, also known as six-red, is a shorter format of snooker which is played with six red balls instead of the standard fifteen. All oter rules remain the same.

The tournament will begin on 20th Augustand will be heldin the Billiards hall of KSBA. The tournament will be conducted as per BSFI guidelines.

The entries are open to all and the same should reach KSBA along with the entry fee on or before 17th August 2011.

The entry fee for men is Rs 300 and for women is Rs 200.

Draws will be put up on KSBA Notice Board and posted on the website www.ksba.in by 12 noon of 19th August 2011 along with general rules and regulations.

This information was provided by Vijay Prasad, Honorary Secretary of KSBA.

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