An amateur player is guaranteed a World Snooker Championship spot in Thursday’s main draw after an incredible day of qualifying in Sheffield on Sunday.
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Former world champion Peter Ebdon was among the early winners as the World qualifiers got under way in Sheffield on Wednesday.
Brendan O’Donoghue has won the third ranking event of the Irish campaign after claiming the Presidents Cup on Sunday in Carlow.
David Morris edged defending champion Michael Judge 4-3 to win the first senior ranking event of the Irish campaign on Sunday in Letterkenny. Reigning Barracks Classic winner Judge lost only three frames en route to securing his return to the final but the national champion was ultimately denied a repeat[Read More…]
The 2018/19 domestic Irish campaign gets under way for the senior players this weekend with the Barracks Classic set to be staged at the Northwest Snooker Club in Letterkenny, County Donegal. For the first time in several years, ranking events throughout the season will be played at various clubs around[Read More…]
Michael Judge and Greg Casey are just two wins away from becoming professional players as Q School heads into its final day of action in Burton on Thursday. After more than two weeks of intense snooker at the Meodowside Leisure Centre, just 16 players remain in the hunt for the[Read More…]
Ireland’s Michael Judge has only one more opportunity remaining to regain his place on the Main Tour after a seven-year gap following defeat in the penultimate round of Q School 2 on Friday. The Dubliner had unsurprisingly been the favourite out of the disappointingly small Irish contingent to come through[Read More…]
Michael Judge held off an impressive fight back from Rodney Goggins to win the Irish National Championship for the second time at the Ivy Rooms in Carlow on Sunday. The Dubliner edged Goggins, who was looking for a first senior national crown in 18 years, 7-5 in a gripping contest[Read More…]
The RIBSA Irish Championships are set to take place this weekend at the Ivy Rooms with 15 national titles up for grabs in Carlow. The main focus will be on the Senior National Championship but there’ll be a lot of interest too on the junior categories, the Masters and women’s[Read More…]