It’s already the eighth month of the year and we can begin to look forward to more snooker in August as the new season gathers some momentum.
Tag: Challenge Tour
It’s a quiet month on the baize but it’s perhaps an appropriate time to introduce a new regular feature this season – the “Weekly Round-up in Snooker”.
It only took a couple of days but the decision has been rightly taken to alter the snooker Challenge Tour changes.
The proposed change to the Challenge Tour in snooker has been labelled as a “dumb decision” by Barry Hearn.
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.
It didn’t take long for snooker in January to get under way as the action broke off on New Year’s Day with the start of the Championship League. Championship League Back on the calendar for the twelfth consecutive season, the annual invitational event follows the usual format. Seven groups consisting[Read More…]
After the completion of the Northern Ireland Open on Sunday, we’re feeling a bit snookered with the lack of professional snooker on our screens for the next week or so. It’s a timely opportunity to recharge the batteries a little ahead of the UK Championship in York, the second biggest[Read More…]