Tag: Craig Steadman

Steve Davis Pro Career Over

Steve Davis’ 36-year career as a professional appears to be over. The 56 year-old lost in his opening qualifying match for the World Championship tonight and will therefore finish outside the world’s top 64 in the rankings at the end of the season. This means that the ‘Nugget’ will not[Read More…]

Morris Through to World Open

The last snooker action of 2013 took place during the last two days as the World Open field was whittled down to 64 in Barnsley. The previous two days had seen the same scenario take place for the German Masters and, similarly, there were very few of what you would[Read More…]

Doherty Dumped by Defending Champ

Ken Doherty advanced beyond the wildcard round but then suffered a thrashing at the hands of defending champion Mark Williams in the first round of the German Masters in Berlin. The Dubliner easily saw off home favourite Patrick Einsle this morning 5-1 to safely progress into the last 32 but[Read More…]

Killarney Kicks off

The Alex Higgins International Trophy got under way today with the preliminary rounds with mixed day for the Irish amateurs. Recent international representatives Greg Casey, David Cassidy and Colm Gilcreest were all sent tumbling before the main rounds, as was Dubliner Joe Delaney – losing 4-2 to Kyren Wilson near[Read More…]

Magic Maximum for Rocket

Ronnie O’Sullivan produced a vintage performance of speed and guile as he fired in a record-breaking eleventh 147 break of his career on route to the last 16 of the Paul Hunter Classic in Furth. The Rocket had already easily dispatched of Turkey’s Ali Kirim and Anthony McGill of Scotland[Read More…]

Delaney Sets up Old Irish Clash

Joe Delaney won two qualifying matches at the Paul Hunter Classic in Furth to book a date with fellow Dubliner Fergal O’Brien in the first round proper of PTC 4. Delaney dropped off the professional Main Tour last season after suffering a dramatic drop down the rankings after the influx[Read More…]




World Rankings Top 16

World Rankings after the World Snooker Championship – won by Mark Selby.

1. Judd Trump
2. Mark Selby
3. Ronnie O’Sullivan
4. Neil Robertson
5. Shaun Murphy
6. Kyren Wilson
7. John Higgins
8. Ding Junhui
9. Stephen Maguire
10. Yan Bingtao
11. Mark Williams
12. Mark Allen
13. Barry Hawkins
14. Jack Lisowski
15. Stuart Bingham
16. Anthony McGill

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