Author: David Caulfield

Higgins Beats O’Sullivan

From DC Sport: John Higgins came from 8-5 behind to oust Ronnie O’Sullivan 13-10 at the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield today. The Rocket looked to be in superb form, forcing his uncharacteristically nervy opponent against the ropes early on in their second session and built up an 8-5 advantage.[Read More…]

Magic Monday

From DC Sport: What a night of snooker! What a quarter-final line-up in prospect! Sheffield conjured up one of the special evening’s at a World Championship tonight as first Ronnie O’Sullivan battled to a 13-10 victory over Shaun Murphy before Ding Junhui fought back from the brink of defeat to[Read More…]

Williams Coasts into Last 8

From DC Sport: Mark Williams made light work of Jamie Cope to advance to the quarter-finals of the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield. The Welshman had the opportunity to win with a session to spare when he led 12-2 but his opponent salvaged some pride in winning the last two[Read More…]

Allen Digs Deep

From DC Sport: Northern Ireland’s Mark Allen looked worryingly disinterested in snooker, and perhaps life in general, at 9-6 down in his first round match against Matthew Stevens but reeled off the last four frames to snatch an unlikely victory at the World Championship in Sheffield. It has been quite[Read More…]

Hendry Clings On

From DC Sport: Stephen Hendry’s life at The Crucible Theatre, and perhaps snooker in general, remains alive after a nail-biting 10-9 first round victory over Joe Perry in Sheffield. The Scot knew that anything other than a win would consign him to dropping out of the elite Top 16 in[Read More…]

Defending Champ Sent Crashing

From DC Sport: 2010 world champion Neil Robertson became the latest player to succumb to the ‘Crucible Curse’ as he fell at the first hurdle to rising star Judd Trump at The Crucible. In a highly dramatic encounter, Trump kept his composure towards the end to win a tight contest[Read More…]

World Championship Preview

From DC Sport: The 2011 World Snooker Championships gets under way tomorrow morning as Australian Neil Robertson begins the defence of his crown at The Crucible in Sheffield. The ‘Thunder from Down-Under’ lifted the famous trophy aloft after a gruelling triumph over former champion Graeme Dott in the final 12[Read More…]




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World Rankings Top 16

World Rankings after the Welsh Open – won by Jordan Brown.

1. Judd Trump
2. Ronnie O’Sullivan
3. Neil Robertson
4. Mark Selby
5. Kyren Wilson
6. John Higgins
7. Shaun Murphy
8. Stephen Maguire
9. Ding Junhui
10. Mark Allen
11. Jack Lisowski
12. Yan Bingtao
13. Mark Williams
14. Stuart Bingham
15. David Gilbert
16. Anthony McGill

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