The Whirlwind is on a ten-match winning streak in the tournament.
Tag: Patrick Wallace
The Scot hasn’t won a trophy yet on the World Seniors Snooker Tour.
Aaron Canavan was the surprise winner of the 2018 World Seniors Championship on Saturday after a dramatic final day in Scunthorpe. Both semi-finals and the final went the distance in a thrilling conclusion to this year’s edition, with Jersey’s Canavan holding his nerve at the death to see off former[Read More…]
Since 1977, The Crucible in Sheffield has staged the annual marathon of the mind that is the World Snooker Championship. In that time, fifteen different nationalities have graced the famous theatre – a low number in reality but one that has the potential to rise dramatically in the next decade[Read More…]
The next eleven days are up there with the most important for nearly every snooker professional. 16 of the world’s best can be safe in the knowledge that they have already achieved the success that will include them in the hat for the sport’s blue riband event. For everyone else,[Read More…]
It was a good day for the Irish amateur contingent at the Kay Suzanne Memorial Trophy as Joe Delaney and John Sutton progressed to the first round proper in Gloucester. Delaney has reached the main draw in each Players Tour Championship event he has played in this season but has[Read More…]
The seventh Players Tour Championship event of the season commenced today at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester. As the events come thick and fast in a marathon year, the 2011/12 campaign is in frenzy mode from now until the end of the season next May. However, while there[Read More…]