mick745 wrote:Is it because the ban only applied to snooker?
If you are banned from tennis should that ban apply to weightlifting for instance?
I thought pool was within the ‘Billiards’ jurisdiction of the CBSA. But obviously it’s not.
Not all of the pool tournaments appear to be under the jurisdiction of the CBSA. There are other 'associations' who run their own tournaments. There's no mention of the tournament on CBSA's page.
But it's still unbelievable how any
association would allow such a corrupt player to participate in one of its events. The same should be true in the weightlifting/tennis comparison. Would a weightlifting association allow someone who had been found guilty of doping or match-fixing in tennis? It would be madness... If, for some legal reason, an association cannot prevent someone in that position from competing, then they seriously need to look at their code of conduct.