AUSTRALIAN women?s open snooker champion Megan Fullerton chalks up ahead of this weekend?s Twin Towns Snooker Classic.
AUSTRALIAN women?s open snooker champion Megan Fullerton chalks up ahead of this weekend?s Twin Towns Snooker Classic.

Tweed star in top fieldo Snooker



IT will be a case of hushed tones and appreciative applause when the seventh annual Twin Towns Snooker Classic gets underway at Club Banora tomorrow.

The event has attracted one of the largest fields in the sport's history in Australia with 112 starters, including triple Australian women's open champion Megan Fullerton.

The Tweed Heads' player is one of four women in the field that includes players aged from 12 years through to their 70s.

The Twin Towns event features a unique handicapping system that means social players can find themselves up against some of the best players in the nation and still a chance of winning.

The Classic will commence at Club Banora at 9am tomorrow with the final on Monday.



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