Tag: David Morris

Rocket Roaring but Ding Dumped

Ronnie O’Sullivan is into the quarter-finals of the UK Championship after a bruising victory over Robert Milkins but Ding Junhui’s incredible run of success is over. O’Sullivan, Champion of Champions winner a couple of weeks ago, is on course to win back-to-back trophies after dismantling a hapless Milkins at the[Read More…]

Favourites Flying High

Barry Hawkins and Stephen Maguire are into the quarter-finals of the UK Championship after respective victories over former world champions in York yesterday. Crucible runner-up Hawkins emerged from a 6-5 thriller with Shaun Murphy while 2004 champion Maguire saw off fellow Scotsman John Higgins 6-3. Murphy had struggled for form[Read More…]

Morris Copes Fine in York

Ireland’s David Morris beat Jamie Cope 6-4 in his first round match at the UK Championship in York yesterday. Although the opening couple of days were somewhat dominated by upsets and shocks, Morris’ victory, despite being 50 places below his opponent in the world rankings, doesn’t necessarily come as a[Read More…]

Morris Mounts Gloucester Challenge

David Morris got back to winning ways in Gloucester as he won three matches at the Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup on Friday. The Kilkenny cueist was pushed to the wire in his opening bout with Malta’s Alex Borg, needing all seven frames to finally prevail in a decider 4-3. However,[Read More…]

Mehta Mounts Indian Challenge

Aditya Mehta delighted home support as he saw off the challenge of former world champion Peter Ebdon to reach the Last 32 of the Indian Open in New Dehli. The 27 year-old from Maharashtra, hoping to impress alongside compatriot Pankaj Advani in the maiden ranking event staged in India, withstood[Read More…]

Indian Open Commences

The inaugural Indian Open gets under way in New Delhi today as snooker returns to its country of birth. Soldiers in the British army are said to have created the game in 1875 after a rainstorm forced them to take shelter. Almost a century and a half later and snooker[Read More…]

International Championship Qualifiers; Round-Up

International Championship The International Championship returns for a second year as the qualifiers take place in Barnsley today and tomorrow. Last year’s event in Chengdu was recognised as an overall success, with a slightly longer format and increased prize money appeasing the wishes of both fans and players alike. Judd[Read More…]

Morris and Doherty Strong in Furth

Irish duo Ken Doherty and David Morris will compete in the last day of the Paul Hunter Classic today in Germany after reaching the last 16 over the weekend. On Friday, Morris beat David Grace and Sean O’Sullivan before recording an excellent victory over former world no.1 Judd Trump in[Read More…]




World Rankings Top 16

World Rankings after the UK Championship – won by Zhao Xintong.

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

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