Woodier's achievements in Ireland earned him a call-up to the England A team for the World Pool Championships in Blackpool.
What does WPC stand for?
WPC stands for World Pool Championship
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James said: "I'm up against a strong field and loads of divers are looking to qualify for the World Pool Championships in Lugano later this year.
Dubai Francisco Bustamante finally put the demons from the past to rest and won a world championship when he defeated Kuo Po-cheng of Taiwan 13-7 at the World Pool Championships in Doha on Sunday.
Anne said: 'To be honest there aren't many women players round here and even in Bridlington only a handful turned out in a singles competition CAPTION(S): Anne Lawton of Llanrug was in the Welsh team that finished runnersup in the world pool championship Picture: ARWYN ROBERTS
He travelled with his dad Charles, a former pro, and a head full of dreams for the World Pool Championships.
Elsewhere, the World Pool Championship is well under way at the World Trade Center in Taiwan.
com World Pool Championship after going down 11-9 to defending champion Earl 'the Pearl' Strickland at the Cardiff International Arena.
At my Head of Sport's behest, I was asked to challenge the world's No1 snooker player to the smaller table version of potting balls ahead of this weekend's World Pool Championships at Cardiff International Arena, in which Williams competes.