The World Seniors Snooker Championship commences on Wednesday with Jimmy White and Stephen Hendry among the stars in the draw.
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The latest chapter in a series of articles looking back at each campaign from the Crucible era.
During this year’s World Snooker Championship, we’ll be recalling some of the most memorable moments that took place at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield.
Joe Johnson claimed silverware for the first time in more than two decades after emerging victorious in the World Seniors Masters in Sheffield on Thursday.
The fourth chapter of this season’s World Seniors Tour takes place on Thursday with the return of the 2019 Seniors Masters to Sheffield. Eight competitors will make a bid to capture the title at the Crucible Theatre – just days before the 2019 World Snooker Championship gets under way at[Read More…]
A lot of focus this week is on the ongoing Players Championship but also taking place from Wednesday will be the World Seniors Championship in Scunthorpe. Stephen Hendry will be the star attraction in a field of 16 players all gunning for global glory in the over 40s category. The[Read More…]
Joe Johnson rolled back the years with a terrific performance to reach the quarter-finals of the World Seniors Championship in Scunthorpe on Wednesday. The 1986 world champion was second favourite against qualifier Patrick Wallace, who superbly came through the Dublin preliminary earlier this month, but looked the part as he[Read More…]
Jason Francis, the man behind the ever-popular Snooker Legends exhibition tour, has announced details of a new World Seniors Championship. The event will take place from March 21st to 25th at Baths Hall in Scunthorpe and is open to any player who is aged over 40 and is not currently[Read More…]