First Time Ever
Combined 2014 CBSA / CCS Canadian Championships!
Delta Meadowvale Hotel
Every year, there are two National Pool Championships in Canada:
- CBSA ‘Canadians’ – to select and crown the very best Open players who will represent Canada in the WPA World Singles Championships in 8ball, 9Ball and 10 Ball..
- CCS ‘Canadians’ – to recognize and honour the very best Amateur players in Singles and Team play in 8Ball and 9Ball.
The CBSA and CCS proudly announce that, for the first time ever, two of Canada’s most prestigious Pool Championships will be ‘combined’ in 2014 at the Delta Meadowvale Hotel in Mississauga ON from April 14-19th. .
Steve Cooper, CBSA President: “CBSA is very pleased to be sharing the stage with the CCS at the Delta Meadowvale, next Easter. We feel that it is a huge leap forward for cue sports in Canada.”
Ted Harms, CCS President: “What a great opportunity for CCS players to see all the world class, Canadian stars first hand, in the game we all love to play. We can hardly wait.”
It will be the ‘World Trials’ and a ‘National Pro-Am’ rolled into one! Canada’s very best Men’s and Women’s players, at all levels, will all be together ‘in one place, at one time’ for a week-long celebration of great pool.
The CBSA entrants will be on regulation 9’ tables and the CCS entrants will be on bar box 7’ tables. It’s going to be exciting to watch and fun to be a part of. Players are encouraged to play in both.
Something as major as this does not happen overnight and not without a lot of work. Both Boards are to be commended for all their efforts and accommodations in overcoming the many logistical and scheduling issues.
Full details will be released and posted on both websites in the coming months.
Let’s Play Pool!
CBSA is the official governing body for Cue Sports in Canada as recognized by the Canadian Olympic Committee and the WPA – World Pool-Billiard Association. CBSA is supported by member Provincial Associations across Canada who annually stage ‘Canadians’ Qualifiers.
CCS is exclusively recognized by CBSA for the sanctioning of Amateur Pool League play and related Amateur Championships across Canada. CCS currently has 4000 members in 60+ leagues and annually stages the Maritime, BC, Western and Canadian 8/9 Ball Championships.