It ends a ten-year absence for the Dubliner from the Main Tour.
Tag: Barry Pinches
The Northern Irishman bowed out at the scene of his greatest ever triumph.
After almost three weeks of action at the Robin Park Leisure Centre, the 2019 Q School has reached its climax in Wigan.
Joe Johnson claimed silverware for the first time in more than two decades after emerging victorious in the World Seniors Masters in Sheffield on Thursday.
The fourth chapter of this season’s World Seniors Tour takes place on Thursday with the return of the 2019 Seniors Masters to Sheffield. Eight competitors will make a bid to capture the title at the Crucible Theatre – just days before the 2019 World Snooker Championship gets under way at[Read More…]
David Lilley beat Brandon Sargeant 3-1 to win the fifth Challenge Tour event of the season at the Cueball Snooker Club in Derby. Former European amateur champion Lilley won his first three matches with ease courtesy of whitewash scorelines, before passing his first proper test in the quarter-finals with a[Read More…]
Barry Pinches took advantage of a depleted field to capture the third Challenge Tour event of the season in Latvia at the weekend. The Challenge Tour series, consisting of ten events and providing amateur players with a possible route onto the Main Tour, is supposed to boast a total of[Read More…]
The last 16 line-up for the Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup was confirmed on Saturday at the Capital Venue in Gloucester. The likes of David Morris and Judd Trump already booked their place on Friday and were joined by eight further players yesterday. World no.1 Neil Robertson was banging in more[Read More…]
Yesterday, Luca Brecel was briefly discussed as one of the game’s rising stars but today he fell 5-1 at the hands of Andy Hicks in the second qualifying round for the 2012 Shanghai Masters. Instead, it was another teenager in Thailand’s Thanawat Tirapongpaiboon – or TT, which is inevitably going[Read More…]
Rory McLeod beat Robert Milkins 5-2 in the final qualifying round to book his place in the Australian Open next month but it will be his post-match actions that will be the talking point of the week. The Englishman, of Jamaican parentage, outplayed his countryman in a one-sided affair but[Read More…]