It was the first time in more than three decades that a father-son duo clashed in a professional match.
Tag: Peter Lines
The Scot is attempting to capture a maiden title on the World Seniors Snooker Tour.
After almost three weeks of action at the Robin Park Leisure Centre, the 2019 Q School has reached its climax in Wigan.
Mark Allen’s bid to claim a title on home soil ended in immediate disappointment as he exited the Northern Ireland Open in the first round on Monday. In a day full of upsets, Stuart Bingham’s bid for an unlikely million pound bonus for capturing all four Home Nations trophies in[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…]
Peter Lines has won the 2017 World Seniors Championship after a 4-0 victory over John Parrott at the Bath Halls in Scunthorpe. Lines, one of the qualifiers from the four preliminary tournaments staged before this week, was the pre-tournament favourite with many bookies and fans alike, and duly delivered to[Read More…]
Twelve have become two as the 2017 World Seniors Championship reaches its conclusion on Friday evening with the final in Scunthorpe. John Parrott and Peter Lines emerged from contrasting semi-finals to each stand one victory away from the £10,000 winner’s cheque and a ticket into the World Championship qualifying stages[Read More…]
Friday marks the final day of action in the 2017 World Seniors Championship with the last four contenders battling it out for the title in Scunthorpe. Top seed Stephen Hendry plays Peter Lines in what many believe will ultimately decide the outcome of the tournament, but 1991 world champion John[Read More…]
Stephen Hendry squeezed into the semi-finals of the World Seniors Championship after a tense 3-2 victory over qualifier Aidan Owens on Thursday. There was much anticipation inside The Bath Halls and indeed from the fans watching from afar as the seven-time Crucible world champion made his long-awaited competitive return to[Read More…]