It was the first day of the 2021/22 snooker season.
Tag: Peter Lines
The Welshman secures an immediate return to the Main Tour after dropping off the circuit last month.
It was the first time in more than three decades that a father-son duo clashed in a professional match.
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…]