The Cork player is hoping to join close pal Aaron Hill on the Main Tour for next season.
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Aaron Hill captured his second senior ranking event title of the season with victory over Greg Casey in the Irish Grand Prix in Potters SC on Sunday.
Ireland’s Greg Casey has reached the EBSA European Championship semi-finals after a dramatic 4-3 victory over Florian Nüßle in Israel.
The 2019 EBSA European Championships get under way this weekend at the U Magic Palace Hotel in Eilat, the southernmost city in Israel.
The Republic of Ireland team has won the blue riband Home Internationals snooker senior title for the second successive year after going undefeated in Leeds. Only Michael Judge remained from the quartet that emerged victorious twelve months ago at the Northern Snooker Centre but it was the very same outcome[Read More…]
Michael Judge and Greg Casey are just two wins away from becoming professional players as Q School heads into its final day of action in Burton on Thursday. After more than two weeks of intense snooker at the Meodowside Leisure Centre, just 16 players remain in the hunt for the[Read More…]
Over the course of this season, Jonathan “Sniper” Williams will be conducting a series of interviews with players from the Irish snooker scene. Many thanks to Jonathan for his contributions to SnookerHQ and to all the players who have agreed to take part in this new feature. We hope you[Read More…]
David Morris claimed victory in the Hicksons Centra Open on Tuesday night with a 4-1 defeat of Greg Casey in the final in Carlow. Morris was absent from the Irish scene last season in the year immediately after he fell off the professional Main Tour, but has wasted little time[Read More…]
Another 12 months has passed by as we prepare to say goodbye to 2016 in snooker. It was an entertaining year which produced countless moments of magic, comebacks, breakdowns, emotional victories and painful defeats. Over the last few days we took a look at some of the highs and lows[Read More…]
By Jonathan Williams I had prepared well coming up to the Presidents Cup – by that I mean I played most days. However, rather than actually practicing potting, I was picking out balls for John Sutton in Potters Drogheda for a few hours each day. Being totally honest I was very low[Read More…]