The pair couldn’t get going in their respective second-round clashes.
Tag: Allan Taylor
The Liverpudlian came through the one-day event to regain his place on the Main Tour.
Who among us hasn’t attempted a few snooker impressions for a laugh while with some mates down at the local club? Whether it’s the players on the baize or the voices in the commentary box, snooker has always been rich with opportunities to mimic. John Virgo, who himself has been[Read More…]
John Higgins and Barry Hawkins qualified for the World Open in an exciting final day of action at the Guild Hall in Preston on Wednesday. Higgins and Hawkins weren’t troubled much, with the latter whitewashing David John 5-0 courtesy of runs of 129, 66, and 54. World number two Higgins[Read More…]
Germany’s Lukas Kleckers was one of four players to emerge from Q School Event One with a two-year Main Tour card on Sunday. The 20 year-old becomes the first German player since Patrick Einsle to boast professional status and it comes at a time when snooker’s popularity in the country[Read More…]
Stuart Bingham, Judd Trump and Kyren Wilson all qualified for the World Open after emerging from their preliminary encounter in Preston on Wednesday. But Martin Gould is out after the German Masters champion was defeated 5-4 by fellow Englishman Hammad Miah. Trump and Wilson comfortably saw off their amateur opposition[Read More…]
Englishmen Allan Taylor and Jamie Barrett are the first men through to the Snookerbacker Classic Finals after an eventful opening day at The Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds. As many will already know, Snookerbacker is a fellow blogger and has set up this excellent initiative for amateurs across the UK[Read More…]
It was a good day for the Irish amateur contingent at the Kay Suzanne Memorial Trophy as Joe Delaney and John Sutton progressed to the first round proper in Gloucester. Delaney has reached the main draw in each Players Tour Championship event he has played in this season but has[Read More…]