The week-long set of qualifiers at Ponds Forge has ended with the final day of action for the International Championship preliminaries on Monday.
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The 2019/20 Challenge Tour will introduce a new play-off system with two coveted spots again set to be awarded onto the professional Main Tour.
English duo Brandon Sargeant and David Grace are set to secure Main Tour places after sealing the top two spots on snooker’s Challenge Tour.
Adam Duffy beat fellow Englishman Matthew Glasby 3-1 to claim the ninth event on the inaugural Challenge Tour series in Sheffield.
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…]
Mitchell Mann rose to the top of the Challenge Tour Order of Merit after winning the fourth event of the inaugural campaign in Germany on Tuesday. The Englishman had already reached a final, a semi-final, and a quarter-final over the last few months and his consistency eventually paid off as[Read More…]
David Grace became the second winner of the new Challenge Tour after winning six matches across two days of action at the Preston Guild Hall this week. The Englishman began the competition with a hard-fought 3-2 victory over Jamie O’Neill before seeing off Simon Bedford, Phil O’Kane, and James Cahill[Read More…]
Brandon Sargeant beat fellow Englishman Luke Simmonds 3-1 to capture the inaugural Challenge Tour event in Burton on Sunday. The new Challenge Tour is a series consisting of ten tournaments that are set to be staged throughout the UK and across Europe during the 2018/19 campaign. A prize fund of[Read More…]
By the time the next World Championship comes around in April and May it’ll be 20 years since Ken Doherty’s famous Crucible triumph. Irish snooker is still waiting for a young talent to emerge and compete with the records that the Dubliner set – a world champion, a six times[Read More…]
Ireland’s Josh Boileau has won the 2016 European Under-21 Championship after a 6-1 victory over Brandon Sargeant in Poland. The 20 year-old dominated the final to erase the painful memories of his defeat at the same stage to Oliver Lines two years ago – a match in which, somewhat poetically,[Read More…]