Tag: Jason Devaney

Q-School Commences

The 2014 Q-School gets under way today with eight players set to gain entry onto the Main Tour for next season. Prior to this year’s edition, there had been twelve places up for grabs but the introduction of new invitations via other avenues has ensured that the number was reduced.[Read More…]

Irish Scene: McCrudden wins Event Two

Martin McCrudden won the second Premier Tour event of the Irish season after a crushing 4-0 defeat of Robert Murphy in the final on Sunday. McCrudden joins Rodney Goggins on the champions list so far this season after coming through unscathed at the Ivy Rooms in Carlow. In the early[Read More…]

Irish Quartet Progress in Euro U-21

The European Under-21 Championship has been well under way in Serbia this week as four of Ireland’s five-strong man team have already made it to the last 32. Ryan Cronin, Jason Devaney, Josh Boileau and Anthony Doherty are all through in the knockout phase having safely progressed from the preliminary[Read More…]

Irish Get Ready for Q-School

Probably the most lucrative tournament in the calendar begins on Sunday as Q-School returns for a second season. Lucrative, you ask? Well, for the twelve hopefuls that emerge from the trenches in this battle of the amateurs, they will have the opportunity to compete for over ¬£7million worth of prize[Read More…]

Horror Day for Irish in World Under 21s

Ireland’s representatives at the World Under 21 Snooker Championship suffered a catastrophic day in Montreal yesterday as all four players crashed out. After easing through the round-robin stage of the event in the opening week, the quartet of Vincent Muldoon, Greg Casey, David Cassidy and Jason Devaney would all have[Read More…]

Safe Passage for Irish in World Under 21s

The knock-out stages of the 2011 World Under 21 Snooker Championship will commence later today with all five players from the Emerald Isle still in contention in Montreal. Republic of Ireland’s Vincent Muldoon, Greg Casey, Jason Devaney and David Cassidy have been joined by Northern Ireland’s Declan Brennan in the[Read More…]

World Under-21 Snooker Championship

The draw for the IBSF¬†World Under-21 Snooker Championship was released today with four Irish players competing in Montreal, Canada later this month. The event is the first major amateur tournament of the new season and the winner will most likely be guaranteed a place on the professional Main Tour for[Read More…]