EBOS

AcronymDefinition
EBOSEnglish Billiards Open Series (UK)
EBOSEast Berkshire Operatic Society (theater company; est. 1952; Workingham, Berkshire, UK)
EBOSE-Business Operating System
EBOSEarly-Onset Benign Childhood Occipital Seizure
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According to Patrick Davies, EBOS Group Chief Executive Officer, the purchase will be funded from the Group s existing debt facilities.
New Zealand owned and operated, EBOS Healthcare provides an extensive range of products and services to the Hospital (Public & Private), Primary Health (Primary Care, Aged Care & Rehabilitation), Retail and Occupational health markets.
He had a break of 794 in winning 980-329, the highest break ever in an EBOS event.
Group Seven included EBOS junior champion Michael Williams from Hartlepool, who progressed after beating Karin Wannamacher (386-221) and Michael Wright (527-363).
The prize includes a paid subscription into next season's main EBOS tour around Europe.
Michael Williams, and fellow Hartlepool youngster Sam Higgins, who attended the event in order to compete in the Invitation EBOS Junior Championship the following day, were both drafted into the main event at the very last minute, following late withdrawals.
EBOS junior scholar Christopher Dyer has been drawn alongside current rankings leader Phil Mumford, from Cambridge.
Chris Dyer was then joined by Finlay Laing, to represent the EBOS Junior Scholars in a game against a Jersey and Austria select international team.
THE third EBOS event of the season takes place this coming weekend at Newmarket Snooker Centre.
JOHN Hartley and Christopher Dyer (both Hartlepool) were heading off to Wroclaw in Poland today to compete in the second of this season's EBOS billiards events.
With the regular Teesside EBOS players Chris Shutt, Paul Bennett and John Hartley all absent, Singapore-based Gilchrist and Bousfield were the only two Teessiders in the competition.