The Captain was in fine form as the first stage of the competition continued.
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The latest chapter in a series of articles looking back at each campaign from the Crucible era.
The Kettering cueist reached the World Championship final in August, where he lost to Ronnie O’Sullivan.
Next week marks the real commencement of the 2019/20 season with each player bidding for a first ranking event win this term.
James Cahill has beaten Michael Judge 10-6 on Judgement Day to become the first amateur player to ever qualify for the World Snooker Championship.
October was another busy month on the baize with plenty of silverware handed out all around the world. There were two ranking events in Europe and another that is currently ongoing in China, while the World Women’s Tour ventured into new territory with a successful staging of the inaugural Australian[Read More…]
Stuart Bingham denied Mark Davis a maiden ranking event title after overcoming his countryman 9-7 in the final of the English Open in Crawley on Sunday. There was never more than a frame between them until the very end, when Bingham crucially strung together a three-frame charge to the winning[Read More…]
The English Open final will be contested between two home players but one of them won’t be Ronnie O’Sullivan after the defending champion crashed out to Mark Davis on Saturday in Crawley. O’Sullivan had been the overwhelming favourite to continue his unbeaten streak this season, following his previous triumph in[Read More…]
Ronnie O’Sullivan remains undefeated this season after beating Luo Honghao in a high-scoring affair to reach the English Open semi-final at the K2 in Crawley on Friday. The defending champion opened the contest with superb runs of 118 and 90 but lost three frames on the spin as the WSF[Read More…]