Tag: Mark Davis

No Joyce for Champ Trump

Mark Joyce caused the shock result of the season so far as he beat an out-of-sorts Judd Trump 6-5 in the first round of the UK Championship in York. What made the victory even more incredible was that world no.50 Joyce had to win the last four frames, coming from[Read More…]

Davis Denies Williams

There was a mixed bag of results today in the International Championship as the first round came to a close in Chengdu. Eight matches were contested on Tuesday and the balance between expected victories and unlikely outcomes was rather even. The biggest shock of the day saw Mark Williams, so[Read More…]

Fin’s Fables: The Season So Far

By Fin Ruane So three months into the new snooker season and with the first ranking cut off last weekend it’s time to run the rule over the winners, movers and shakers of the 2012 /2013 season. With qualifiers starting for the Wuxi Classic and Australian Open just a couple[Read More…]

Ebdon and Hawkins to Duel Down Under

Peter Ebdon and Barry Hawkins will contest the final of the Australian Open after contrasting wins in the semi-finals in Bendigo. Ebdon once again produced a professional performance that we have grown accustomed to seeing over the years and made relatively light work of Marco Fu in a 6-2 triumph.[Read More…]

Hawk Eyeing First Final

For the last decade, Barry Hawkins has been a player who has performed well below his potential. While still forking out a decent career for himself, the 33 year-old has failed to ever really establish himself as one of the main men on Tour. He was ranked as high as[Read More…]

15-Reds Returns in Oz

Tomorrow sees the return of regular snooker to the calendar after a week of 6-Reds action in Thailand. A quick word on that and the brilliant 8-4 success for Mark Davis in the final over countryman Shaun Murphy. The shorter format is obviously one that agrees with Davis, who added[Read More…]

Murphy and Davis into Six Reds Final

Shaun Murphy and Mark Davis will contest the final of the Six Reds World Championship after respective 7-2 victories in their semi-finals in Thailand. The Englishmen will compete for the top prize of £40,000 in tomorrow’s final and with it the status of being world champion. This is actually nothing[Read More…]

Fearless Fergal Falls Flat

Fergal O’Brien couldn’t inspire himself with home advantage as he went down 4-0 to Joe Perry in the first round of the Players Tour Championship Grand Finals at the Bailey Allen Hall in Galway. From a purely selfish point of view, it may have been a better thing for the[Read More…]

Trump Takes Group One

Judd Trump is the first man into the Winners’ Group of the Championship League after a 3-2 victory over countryman Shaun Murphy in the final of Group One. Hot off the heels of claiming his first UK Championship crown before Christmas, the Englishman has started the New Year in similar[Read More…]