Tag: David Morris

Irish Out in Wuxi

The seeds enjoyed a good second day at the opening ranking event of the season, the Wuxi Classic. But the same could not be said of the Irish challenge as Ken Doherty and David Morris joined Fergal O’Brien in the departure lounge. Last year’s quarter-finalist Morris pushed Robert Milkins all[Read More…]

Morris Returns to Wuxi

The Wuxi Classic qualifiers – or first round if you will – took place in Gloucester over a protracted five days of action at the Capital Venue. With it commenced the 2014/15 snooker campaign as the sport’s roadshow once again shifts into gear. Seeking to maximise as much streaming revenue[Read More…]

Early Exit for Morris

The opening round of qualifying for the World Championship concluded yesterday with a shock defeat for Ireland’s David Morris. The Kilkenny cueist, who had otherwise enjoyed a fantastic season on his return to the circuit following a one-year absence, was sent crashing out early following a 10-7 defeat to 17[Read More…]

World Championship Qualifiers Preview

One of the most exciting events in the entire season gets under way tomorrow in Sheffield. No, the snooker roadshow does not quite stop at the Crucible Theatre yet but first at the┬áPonds Forge International Sports Centre for the World Championship qualifiers. While it doesn’t gain as much coverage as[Read More…]

Long Welsh Open Starts Today

The Welsh Open gets under way today in a revamped format that sees the entire tournament contested in Newport. Now in its 23rd year on the calendar, the Welsh Open is the third longest running ranking event, with only the World and UK Championship in existence for a longer period.[Read More…]

Morris Through to China

David Morris booked another flight to the Far East as he qualified for the China Open in Beijing with an excellent 5-1 victory over Mark Davis on Monday. The Kilkenny cueist had already reached the final stages of the Wuxi Classic at the outset of the campaign, where he went[Read More…]

2014 German Masters Preview

The seventh main ranking event of a busy season gets under way tomorrow with the German Masters in Berlin. There have been plenty of success stories since the outset of the Barry Hearn era and the influx of new tournaments onto the calendar, but the German Masters is arguably the[Read More…]