Martin O’Donnell will compete as a professional again next season after winning Event 6 of the Q Tour on Sunday in Leeds.
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There was action on both the World Women’s Snooker Tour and the Q Tour across the weekend, with two titles won on Sunday.
Farakh Ajaib triumphed on the amateur Q Tour for the first time in his snooker career after winning Event 3 on Sunday in Belgium.
Ross Muir has taken an early lead on the Q Tour rankings after victory in Event 1 on Sunday in England.
It’s been a busy week for professional and amateur snooker alike, with two huge events reaching the business end this weekend.
John Higgins defied his recent dull mood to make a 147 break en route to securing a comfortable victory over Gerard Greene in the Scottish Open on Wednesday.
32 players remain in the hunt for the Coral Shoot Out as the controversial ranking event reaches its conclusion on Sunday. The Shoot Out, with its shot clocks and other variations from the traditional rules of the game, has divided opinion since its inception in 2011, but none more so[Read More…]
A dramatic day of action in the German Masters qualifiers saw two 147 breaks being compiled at the Metrodome in Barnsley. The perfect breaks came within minutes of each other, with Carter compiling his second career 147 in his 5-0 whitewash win over Wang Yuchen. Shortly after on a nearby[Read More…]
Irishman David Morris yesterday came through the third and final Q-School event in Sheffield to rejoin the professional Main Tour following a one year absence. The Kilkenny cueist had been one of the most consistent players throughout all of the Q-School series this year but fell at the penultimate stage[Read More…]