The likes of defending champion Jimmy White and rival Stephen Hendry will be in action in Sheffield.
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Familiar snooker faces from around the world have got together to raise money for NHS charities.
The five-time world champion didn’t appear to be in the best of shape as he provided a peculiar two-minute assessment on camera.
There’s quite a lot of snooker taking place over the next few days but a significant amount of attention is likely to fall on this year’s World Seniors Snooker Championship in Sheffield.
Following on from the announcement a couple of weeks ago of the formation of the WPBSA World Seniors Snooker Tour, registration for the events on the 2018/19 calendar have now opened. A new subsidiary company named World Seniors Snooker was formed under the auspices of the WPBSA, which during the[Read More…]
The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) has announced the official formation of the WPBSA World Seniors Snooker Tour. Following the statement last December that the WPBSA would engage to develop an official tour of events for players over 40, a new subsidiary company named World Seniors Snooker will be formed[Read More…]
Aaron Canavan was the surprise winner of the 2018 World Seniors Championship on Saturday after a dramatic final day in Scunthorpe. Both semi-finals and the final went the distance in a thrilling conclusion to this year’s edition, with Jersey’s Canavan holding his nerve at the death to see off former[Read More…]
Jason Francis has announced Asseterum Crypto Currency as the main sponsor for 2018 World Seniors Championship. The blue riband event of the new World Seniors Tour will be held at The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe between the 20th and the 24th of March in 2018. Assetereum is a Yorkshire based[Read More…]
The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) announced on Thursday its involvement in the beginning of an official WPBSA World Seniors Tour. The WPBSA stated: “While the World Snooker Tour has gone from strength to strength in recent years, it is vital that we consider the longevity of the careers of[Read More…]
Jimmy White has won the UK Seniors Championship after a 4-2 triumph over Ken Doherty in the final on Thursday. Victory for the “Whirlwind” comes on the 25th anniversary of his biggest ever ranking event win as a professional at the 1992 UK Championship in Preston. The 55 year-old was[Read More…]