Sportzplanet welcomes our newest 'elite' team member

July 19, 2017

Greg Jenkins joins Sportzplanet as our 'Director of Cue Sports'. We are very excited to welcome Greg. A former professional Snooker player Greg has won many state, national and international Snooker and Pool tournaments. He has represented Australia at many leading tournaments in USA, Asia, UK, Europe and of course in Australia. 


"Cue Sports is an enormous world sport, growing at a rapid rate. Whilst UK, Europe and USA has been the home of Cue Sports for years, we have seen Asia grow at an amazing rate. The new talent being developed in Asia is very exciting. I have been involved in Cue Sports for over 40 years. This includes playing Tournaments, coaching, exhibitions, and promotions as well as travelling to many countries around the world to compete in World Championships in Snooker and Pool plus many other tournaments.

Whether I play pool or snooker I have always strived to improve and then improve more. I have a hunger to learn everything about playing, which includes Offense, Defense, why the balls react the way they do,  the Mental side of competing, what affects us during competition and mastering all aspects of challenging myself to produce a very level of performance. I believe I have what it take to bring players to the Elite level and how to stay there. I have studied the mind and techniques and know I can be of valuable support to any player wishing to take their game to the next level and beyond.


Controlling yourself first is the key to be able to control any opponent".


Greg will oversee and direct our Cue Sports teams direction, be active in talent development and assist associations to mange their tournaments and teams better. If you believe Greg can assist you, then contact us now.


Greg's bio, 

Professional Snooker Player 1985-1991

2 x Australian Snooker Titles

3 x Australian 9-Ball Championships

Oceania 9-Ball Champion

Oceania 8-Ball Champion

2 x Australian 9-Ball Doubles Championships


Greg with fmr Australian Cricket Captain Ian Chappell, Patron of the Australian Association and an absolute legend of Australian Sport.





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