Author: David Caulfield

Ronnie in Limelight Again

Ronnie O’Sullivan is rarely out of the papers, whether it’s for his snooker ability on the table, his temperamental behaviour off it, or his ability to crop up when the limelight should be on somebody else. Stephen Lee on Monday was found guilty of match fixing, to which he is[Read More…]

Perry Becomes Wildcard Victim

In light of the news that Stephen Lee was found guilty of match fixing, it may have slipped some people’s minds that there’s actually a pretty big tournament in progress. The Shanghai Masters enters its second day today with the opening day being overshadowed with the revelation of the hearing[Read More…]

Stephen Lee Guilty

So the verdict that most people expected came to fruition yesterday when Stephen Lee was found guilty of alleged match fixing. It is another black moment for the sport and one which will dominate the newspaper headlines this morning across the world. Lee was originally suspended 11 months ago pending[Read More…]

Shanghai Masters

The Shanghai Masters gets under way today in China with several of the sport’s top stars competing for the 80,000 pounds top prize. The season has been ongoing since the end of May but September is often regarded as the month in which the campaign gathers pace. There are a[Read More…]

Davis Completes Hat-Trick

Mark Davis claimed a third World 6-Reds Championship by overcoming world no.1 Neil Robertson in 2013 final in Bangkok yesterday. The Englishman came from 3-1 down to dominate the rest of the encounter and finally secure an 8-4 victory. The 41 year-old’s success adds to the title he won last[Read More…]

Only Robertson Left For Davis

Mark Davis is one match away from scoring back-to-back 6-Red World Championship titles in Bangkok. The 41 year-old has Australian Neil Robertson for company in today’s final, to be played over 15 frames. Despite the fact that his opponent is the world no.1 in the traditional 15-red set-up, Davis must[Read More…]

Doherty and Murphy Out for Six

Ken Doherty and Robert Murphy were knocked out of the 6-Red World Championship in Bangkok yesterday – ending any Irish involvement in the event. Doherty was destroyed in a whitewash defeat to home contender Noppon Saengkham in the last 32. While his countryman Murphy, an seasoned amateur on the Irish[Read More…]

6-Red World Championship into Knockout

After three rather pointless days in Bangkok, the 6-Red World Championship has finally finished the round-robin stage. Two-thirds of the original 48-man field have made it through to the first knockout round and there were minimal casualties from the eight groups. The invitational event was made up of a mixture[Read More…]

Morris and Doherty Strong in Furth

Irish duo Ken Doherty and David Morris will compete in the last day of the Paul Hunter Classic today in Germany after reaching the last 16 over the weekend. On Friday, Morris beat David Grace and Sean O’Sullivan before recording an excellent victory over former world no.1 Judd Trump in[Read More…]