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QUIZ! Snooker Event Winners in 2019

With this year drawing to a close it’s time to start the annual review and what better way than to start with a quiz for the snooker event winners of 2019.

It has been another twelve months packed full of action on the green baize with more than 30 high profile tournaments being contest on the Main Tour, as well as the World Seniors and Women’s Tours.

The last piece of silverware was handed out last week at the Scottish Open in Glasgow, which in turn was the final chapter of this decade too.

Several players are still battling it out in Barnsley with the qualifiers for the German Masters set to conclude on Sunday at the Metrodome.

But there’ll be no more trophies raised aloft until the turn of the New Year, when the roadshow commences all over again.

In 2019, ranking event triumphs were shared between eleven different competitors, hailing from four different countries.

The first taste of success was all the way back at the very outset of January when the Seniors Irish Masters took place at Goffs in Ireland.

Since then, there haven’t been too many weeks on the calendar when there hasn’t been something of worth to play for and, in fact, there were a lot of competitions left out of this list.

You have 32 to recall so the question is, how many snooker event winners in 2019 do you remember?

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World Rankings after the Northern Ireland Open – won by Mark Allen.

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