“I fancy our chances. People forget that twelve months ago we were favourites to win the league again and we were the best team in the world.”
Tag: Martin O’Donnell
The Englishman advances to the second group phase of the competition.
The 2019 Snooker Shoot-Out – the most controversial ranking event on the calendar – gets under way on Thursday at the Watford Colosseum.
There were big shocks on Thursday as the UK Championship quarter-final line-up was completed at the Barbican Centre in York.
Mark Selby remains on course for a hat-trick in Daqing after reaching the International Championship quarter-finals – which will take place on Thursday in China. The world number one, who has won the event in each of the last two seasons, safely booked his place in the last eight thanks[Read More…]
Luca Brecel has crashed out of the 2018 China Championship after a 5-3 defeat to Martin O’Donnell in the last 64 on Tuesday in Guangzhou. The Belgian, who captured a maiden ranking event title with victory in the tournament last year, has failed to live up to the promise that[Read More…]
Q School concluded on Saturday as eight more players earned two-year professional cards to compete on the Main Tour. Paul Davison put the disappointment of losing in the final round of Q School Event One behind him to seal an immediate return to the circuit. The Englishman, who knocked out[Read More…]
Hammad Miah caused a huge shock as he came from behind to beat Ricky Walden in the first round of World Championship qualifying in Sheffield. Walden, who up until recently was a top 16 member, had been an overwhelming favourite to move forward in the qualifiers at Ponds Forge, not[Read More…]
It was announced on Twitter on Thursday that the Snookerbacker Classic will not be held this season. After a roller coaster few months of negotiating, head-scratching and soul searching, the man behind the Snookerbacker website and creator of the SB Classic has decided to shut up shop – for the[Read More…]
The China Open qualifying round concluded on Thursday but not before another top name fell foul of the system at the Metrodome in Barnsley. Mark Allen had been the biggest casualty of the tournament so far when he lost his opening tie on Wednesday while another Mark, this time Williams,[Read More…]