Author: David Caulfield

Morris Through to China

David Morris booked another flight to the Far East as he qualified for the China Open in Beijing with an excellent 5-1 victory over Mark Davis on Monday. The Kilkenny cueist had already reached the final stages of the Wuxi Classic at the outset of the campaign, where he went[Read More…]

Chinese Struggle to Reach Beijing

Several of the Chinese players were dumped out of the China Open before even returning to their homeland on the opening day of qualifiers in Gloucester. The first round is taking place at The Capital Venue before the final 64 players compete in Beijing at the start of April. Seven[Read More…]

China Open Qualifiers Start Today

The qualifying round – technically the first round – of the China Open takes place today, tomorrow and Tuesday in Gloucester. Most of the top 128 professionals in the world are competing in an effort to win the one match required to book their place on the flight to Beijing[Read More…]

Murphy Beats O’Brien for Gdynia Glory

Shaun Murphy finally returned to winning ways yesterday by capturing the Gdynia Open title in Poland. The 31 year-old beat Dublin’s Fergal O’Brien 4-1 in the final and also compiled a maximum 147 break in his fourth round success over Jamie Jones. That marked the second time he made the[Read More…]

PTC Grand Finals Won’t be in Thailand

Snooker’s Players Championship, the conclusion to the European and Asian Tour series, will not be staged in Thailand in March due to political unrest in the country. The 32-man tournament was due to take place in Bangkok from March 25-29, but World Snooker have now been advised not to stage[Read More…]

Trump Continues Form in Poland

The last 16 of the Gdynia Open has its first eight competitors after a busy day at the Gdynia Sports Arena in Poland on Friday. The top half of the draw was whittled down to eight in the eighth and final European Tour event on the Players Tour Championship series.[Read More…]

Gdynia Open Preview

The eighth and final European Tour PTC event of the season gets under way today in Gdynia, Poland. The Gdynia Open returns after a successful outing in the country last season when Neil Robertson emerged the victor in a 4-3 success over Jamie Burnett. This tournament is one of the[Read More…]

All-Ireland Success for Q Club

The annual All-Ireland Club Championship was held last weekend in Killarney with Wicklow’s Q Club emerging victorious for the first time on Sunday. The strong five-man team was headed by current Irish no.1 Robert Murphy and also featured Senior National champion Michael Judge, Keith Sheldreck, Jason Watson and Wayne Doyle.[Read More…]