As part of our National Promotions through our member schools over the past 8 years, we have made great progress in participation among young girls, having supplied fold up tables and in some instances full size tables to schools where the students can have access to cue sports.

Part of our 10 year plan is to set up a coaching programme within our member schools where the students can learn the basics.

Our main objective is to step up participation and awareness among young girls and encourage them to play cue sports with the knowledge that the Republic of Ireland Ladies Snooker Association are there to help and support all the way, should they wish to advance through the levels within the Association.

While many of our girls play within the school domain, some have ventured out to play competitively at National Intermediate and Amateur events that are available to them.

Our National Primary School Championship, National U21 Championship and National Special Needs Championship have been well attended and supported over the past 8 years along with events at County level.

St Bridges National School Kilcullen Co Kildare is one of our member schools who accepted two fold up tables where the young students have access to cue sports.  This school caters for 330 girls

We hope to get this school and many others back up and running by the end of 2021.

This is a previous post and photos prior to covid-19