From the Women’s Professional Billiards Association: “We regret to inform you that the WPBA Sledgehammer Open that was supposed to take place in August at Borderline Billiards has been canceled. This is due to the health and safety of our
We have a winner! Kelly Fisher has successfully defended her title in the WPBA Virtual 9-ball Ghost Tournament Event #2. Coming back on the one-loss side to beat undefeated Wei Tzu-Chien in an extended race to 13 in the finals.
Back by popular demand, 16 WPBA ladies will compete in a Virtual 9-ball Ghost Challenge Event #2. Starting this Sunday 5/31 at 11:30am EST and going on for an entire week until 6/5. Matches will be shown via livestream on
The WPBA Virtual 9-ball Ghost Tournament is over and Kelly Fisher has emerged victorious over Jennifer Barretta in an extended race in the finals to 13 racks. We’d like to thank all the WPBA fans for watching and supporting us
The WPBA Virtual 9-ball Ghost Challenge starts today at 6pm EST with Jennifer Barretta vs. Eugenia Gyftopoulos and Suzanne Peters vs. Angela L Janic. All 4 ladies will be on the livestream at the same time. Tournament bracket at http://challonge.com/j9jwggkq.
(WPBA) — Due to concerns about the Coronavirus (COV-19) in the US as well as for the health and safety of our players and guests, we regret to inform you that the WPBA Sledgehammer Open taking place (3/19-3/22) is postponed.
Coming next month, the ladies of the WPBA will be heading to Bristol, TN to play in the WPBA Sledgehammer Open at Borderline Billiards.
WPBA Sledgehammer Open Public · Hosted by Women’s Professional Billiard Association (WPBA)InterestedGoingShare Mar 19 at 10 AM – Mar 22 at 7 PMi Borderline Billiards 628 State St, Bristol, Tennessee 37620
GA YOUNG KIM 2018 WPBA GRAND SLAM CHAMPION The WPBA Board of Directors congratulated Ga Young Kim for winning the 2018 Grand Slam held at the Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, January 3 – 7,
Eaton Wins Gulf Coast Season Opener Gail Eaton, a.k.a. “Virginia Slim”, went undefeated amidst a hefty field of 43 semi-professional players to capture pool’s Gulf Coast Women’s Regional Billiards Tour 9-Ball Season Opener. Eaton faced off with Austin’s Jennifer Yo