Tag: Ken Doherty

Ireland Hang On

Republic of Ireland slightly eased their qualification woes in the Snooker World Cup after beating Germany 3-2 in Thailand today. Ken Doherty and Fergal O’Brien edged another lengthy battle that sends the Dublin duo into second place in Group A and the Germans of Patrick Einsle and Lasse Munstermann back[Read More…]

Ireland Win Marathon

Republic of Ireland got their World Cup campaign back on track today with an elongated 4-1 victory over Egypt in Group A. Ken Doherty and Fergal O’Brien suffered a shock 3-2 defeat at the hands of Pakistan on the opening day but are back in a strong position following a[Read More…]

First Day Defeat for Ireland

The Republic of Ireland suffered a shock 3-2 defeat to Pakistan in the opening day of the Snooker World Cup in Thailand today. Despite a century each from Ken Doherty and Fergal O’Brien, the Dublin duo lost three scrappy frames to lose their first group stage encounter. Indeed, Pakistan’s Sahid[Read More…]

World Cup: Republic of Ireland

The PTT-EGAT Snooker World Cup is only seven days away as the excitement mounts for what promises to be a valuable addition to the growing calendar. In years gone by, snooker professionals enjoyed long summers off from the Main Tour and were free to sunbathe and relax for up to[Read More…]

Victory Hands McLeod Qualification

Rory McLeod beat Robert Milkins 5-2 in the final qualifying round to book his place in the Australian Open next month but it will be his post-match actions that will be the talking point of the week. The Englishman, of Jamaican parentage, outplayed his countryman in a one-sided affair but[Read More…]