This is the official website for the Cardiff and District Snooker Association, containing all the latest news, tables and historical information about the league.

The league was established in 1939, although the second season didn’t take place until 1945 due to the Second World War, but has since then been played continuously until the present day.

Over the years several of South Wales’ leading professionals have appeared in the league – most notably, two times World Champion Mark Williams, who appeared for Broadway in the mid-90s and Jak Jones who played for Trecenydd. Other professionals who have appeared more regularly in the league recently are Mark Bennett (Savoy Snooker), Anthony Davies (Penarth Road Snooker), Paul Davies (Rileys Wellington and City Road), James Reynolds (Snooker World), Neil Tomkins (Llandaff and Penarth BL), Iwan Jones (Wellington and Llandaff), Kishan Hirani (Fairwater Cons) and Dylan Emery (Trecenydd Snooker), as well as numerous top amateurs and Welsh internationals.

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