It didn’t take long for snooker in January to get under way as the action broke off on New Year’s Day with the start of the Championship League. Championship League Back on the calendar for the twelfth consecutive season, the annual invitational event follows the usual format. Seven groups consisting[Read More…]
After a couple of quizzes and a look at the highs and lows from the last twelve months, the annual countdown continues with the Player of the Year.
As 2018 draws to a close, we can continue our reflection on what has been another enthralling snooker year.
Defending champion Mark Allen has been paired with Luca Brecel in the first round of the Dafabet Masters snooker draw.
With only one more counting event before the cut-off point for the Alexandra Palace, there’ll be plenty of attention given to the Race to the Masters over the next couple of weeks. The draw for the UK Championship was released on Monday and there’s an abundance of excitement building for[Read More…]
The Masters snooker final reached its conclusion on Sunday with Mark Allen joining the illustrious club of Triple Crown champions after emotionally claiming his maiden major in London. The standard in the showdown against Kyren Wilson might not live long in the memory but the victory for the Northern Irishman,[Read More…]
Mark Allen has won the 2018 Masters after a compelling 10-7 victory over Kyren Wilson in Sunday’s final at the Alexandra Palace. The Northern Irishman claimed his maiden Triple Crown trophy with a hard-fought success that sees him emulate famous countrymen Alex Higgins and Dennis Taylor as champions in London.[Read More…]
There’ll be a new name on the Paul Hunter trophy as Mark Allen and Kyren Wilson bid for Masters glory on Sunday in the Alexandra Palace. The pair, each bidding for a maiden major title, emerged from their semi-final encounters on Saturday in contrasting fashion to set up an intriguing[Read More…]
The outcome of the 2018 Masters will be determined this weekend after the field of 16 has been whittled down to the final four in London. Only one former champion remains in the hunt for glory and the £200,000 top prize – Scotland’s John Higgins, who scored heavily in his[Read More…]
The problem with creating so many quizzes is that eventually you start running out of topics to cover. That said, it’d be rude to go through a whole Masters edition and not provide a few teasers for you to have a go at. Last year, we perhaps went a bit[Read More…]