Tag: Mark Williams

Players Championship Preview

After the last week of rest this season, snooker returns to our screens on Tuesday with the Players Championship in Manchester. 32 players make up the field at Event City, in much the same format which shaped the recent World Grand Prix. It’ll be best of sevens until the semi-finals,[Read More…]

Ken Doherty Gibraltar Open

Irish Duo into Last 32

Veteran Dubliners Ken Doherty and Fergal O’Brien secured two deciding frame victories on the second day of the Welsh Open to reach the third round. The Irish pair, who together have more than half a century of professional years on the Main Tour under their belt, edged out David Gilbert[Read More…]

O’Sullivan and Selby to Battle Again

Ronnie O’Sullivan and Mark Selby will clash in a mouthwatering quarter-final at the Masters after emerging from contrasting opening round encounters at Alexandra Palace on Tuesday. O’Sullivan was making his TV return following a self-inflicted hiatus from the sport that lasted about eight months and many queried what kind of[Read More…]

Trump Wins Championship League Group 2

Judd Trump won Group 2 of the Championship League on Thursday to join Ronnie O’Sullivan in the Winners’ Group at Crondon Park. Trump only just squeaked into the semi-finals after finishing fourth in the round-robin phase. He managed just three victories from his six encounters but narrowly progressed ahead of[Read More…]

World Seniors Championship Draw

The draw for snooker’s World Seniors Championship in Preston has taken place, with legends including Jimmy White, John Parrott, Ken Doherty and Mark Williams among the line-up. The popular tournament runs on the weekend of January 30-31 and will be staged at the iconic Guild Hall in Preston for the[Read More…]

Mark Selby beats Jimmy White

Selby Survives Morris Match

Mark Selby qualified for the German Masters after overcoming a difficult match with David Morris in Wigan on Saturday. The world no.1 was pushed hard by the Irishman and at 3-3 his progress to the main stages looked in doubt. However, the defending champion made a break of 61 to[Read More…]