Author: David Caulfield

Internet Problems Continue

This is just a short post to inform everyone that for the last two months I have been having sustained internet problems. This has led to a marked decrease in the content that I have been able to provide, which I can assure you has been both frustrating and infuriating.[Read More…]

Davis Wins World Seniors

Steve Davis finally got his hands on the World Senior Championship trophy after coming from behind to beat defending champion Nigel Bond in Portsmouth. The ‘Nugget’ had finished runner-up to Jimmy White and Darren Morgan respectively in 2010 and 2011 but managed to make it third time lucky in his[Read More…]

Mehta Mounting Bid for Indian Glory

Aditya Mehta became the first Indian to reach the semi-finals of a ranking event yesterday when he overcame countryman Pankaj Advani in a marathon quarter-final affair at the Indian Open. In a match that lasted almost four hours, the 27 year-old beat his compatriot in a decider to continue his[Read More…]

Mehta and Advani Continue Indian Runs

Indian duo Pankaj Advani and Aditya Mehta have continued their excellent run in their home event, the Indian Open in New Dehli.  After coming through qualification, the pair recorded their third win of the tournament and second this week to reach the Last 16.  Eight-time world billiards champion Advani’s victory,[Read More…]

Pankaj Advances in India

Pankaj Advani made it double delight for the home pair after the Indian beat Marcus Campbell 4-1 in the last 64 of the Indian Open. Advani joins compatriot Aditya Mehta in the second round after the latter booked his place with a tight victory over Peter Ebdon on Monday. The brace of wins is[Read More…]

Mehta Mounts Indian Challenge

Aditya Mehta delighted home support as he saw off the challenge of former world champion Peter Ebdon to reach the Last 32 of the Indian Open in New Dehli. The 27 year-old from Maharashtra, hoping to impress alongside compatriot Pankaj Advani in the maiden ranking event staged in India, withstood[Read More…]

Indian Open Commences

The inaugural Indian Open gets under way in New Delhi today as snooker returns to its country of birth. Soldiers in the British army are said to have created the game in 1875 after a rainstorm forced them to take shelter. Almost a century and a half later and snooker[Read More…]

Round-Up: Lee, Ronnie, Wales

While there has been no snooker played on the table this week there has certainly been plenty of talk about the sport off it. Here’s a quick round-up of everything that’s been going on. Stephen Lee Appeals As expected, Stephen Lee has lodged his appeal against the 12-year ban he[Read More…]

Allen Wins Ruhr Open

Mark Allen won his first title of the season at the fifth European Tour event yesterday in Mulheim, Germany. The Northern Irishman claimed his second PTC event in as many years, and fourth professional title carrying ranking points overall, with a 4-1 victory over Ding Junhui in the final. The[Read More…]

It’s Friday!

My internet is once again down at the moment – beyond a joke now! – so apologies for not writing a report on day two at the International Championship qualifiers. Most of you will know the results by now but I’ll briefly summarise what happened, and the rest of the[Read More…]