The Hawk got his 2021/22 campaign off to a decent start.
Tag: Stuart Carrington
The first phase of the new event is finally nearing its conclusion.
After six days, the last eight contenders are finally known.
There’ll be no top 16 players in the Riga Masters quarter-final stage as the first ranking event of the campaign reaches its conclusion in Latvia this Sunday.
A busy day in Glasgow saw 32 become eight as the Scottish Open quarter-final line-up was completed on Thursday.
Former Riga Masters champion Neil Robertson heads an interesting last eight line-up that will fight it out for the 2018 edition on the final day of action in Latvia on Sunday. The Australian, the winner two years ago in the Eastern European capital city, was in trademark high-scoring form as[Read More…]
Matthew Selt comfortably overcame the challenge of three-time women’s world champion Ng On Yee in the first round of World Championship qualifying on Wednesday in Sheffield. Ng, who defended her women’s world title at a canter last month in Malta, had been among a group of several amateur players invited[Read More…]
Ronnie O’Sullivan’s aspirations to complete the Home Nations sweep survived for another round after beating Lukas Kleckers 4-2 in the Northern Ireland Open on Tuesday. The English Open champion, who is the last player standing who can pocket the incredible one million pound bonus on offer for capturing all four[Read More…]
Fergal O’Brien has qualified for the World Championship for the first time in seven years after a marathon 10-9 victory over David Gilbert on Wednesday. Trailing 6-3 overnight, O’Brien won the first four frames of the second session to lead 7-6 only to lose the following three to go to[Read More…]
Mark Williams has left himself with work to do in the final qualifying round for the World Championship in Ponds Forge. The two-time former world champion trails Stuart Carrington 6-3 after the opening session on Tuesday. Williams began the encounter well, compiling a break of 112 in the first frame,[Read More…]