The 2019/20 Irish senior amateur campaign got under way last weekend with Brendan O’Donoghue winning the Barracks Classic for the first time since 2016.
The latest World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) champions were crowned last weekend at the 360Fizz UK Disability Snooker Championship in Northampton.
The number of players on the sport’s global tour with a snooker average shot time of more than 30 seconds has fallen from 12 to four over the past two seasons.
Moroccan snooker players dominated on home soil by claiming a trio of gold medals as the sport was contested at the African Games for the first time in its history.
The sport’s commercial arm has announced that overall prize money on the World Snooker Tour has increased to £14,431,000 for the 2019/20 season.
There was a mix of new and familiar winners at the season-opening Humber Classic staged at Hull’s Tradewell Snooker Club last weekend.
World Women’s Snooker is set to witness its biggest week for a generation with the staging of two prestigious international competitions in Bangkok, Thailand.
Leo Scullion will referee this year’s Betfred World Snooker Championship final for the first time, having successfully battled cancer.
This season’s World Grand Prix, Players Championship, and Tour Championship have been rebranded as the Coral Cup ahead of the series launch in the new year. These tournaments were previously sponsored by Ladbrokes but the Ladbrokes Coral Group has taken a strategic decision to make the change to the Coral[Read More…]