• White Lightning Strikes The Juddernaut
  • Pistol Downed In Preston
  • Page Handed Place In Welsh Open
  • Rocket Smashes Milkman In Under An Hour
  • Evans Wins British Open

Pistol Downed In Preston

Masters champion Mark Allen suffered a shock first round exit at the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix in Preston, following a 4-3 defeat to Xiao Guodong. The Antrim potter enjoyed the finest moment of his career last month, as he lifted a Triple Crown title for the first time by winning the Masters at Alexandra Palace. However, Allen now needs to put in some strong showings in ranking tournaments for the…

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Page Handed Place In Welsh Open

Joe Swail has withdrawn from next week’s Welsh Open for family reasons and has been replaced by Jackson Page in the draw. Swail was due to face Sean O’Sullivan in the opening round at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena on Monday February 26 at 10am. Page replaces him directly so the amateur will now face O’Sullivan on the same date and time. Page beat Jason Weston and John Astley at the…

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Rocket Smashes Milkman In Under An Hour

Ronnie O’Sullivan took just 53 minutes to beat Robert Milkins 4-0 and reach the last 16 of the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix in Preston. O’Sullivan, seeking his fourth ranking title of the season having won the English Open, Shanghai Masters and UK Championship, eased into the second round at the Guild Hall where he will face Yan Bingtao. That match will be on Wednesday evening and tickets are still available…

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Ladbrokes To Donate To Jessie May

World Grand Prix title sponsor Ladbrokes will donate £100 for every century break made during this week’s tournament to Jessie May Children’s Hospice at Home. The tournament at the Guild Hall in Preston runs from Monday to Sunday, with 32 of the world’s top players chasing a first prize of £100,000. Ronnie O’Sullivan, Mark Selby, Judd Trump, John Higgins and Shaun Murphy are among those battling for the trophy. And…

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Evans Wins British Open

Reanne Evans claimed her second title of the 2017/18 season with a 4-0 victory against Nutcharut Wongharuthai at the British Open on Sunday evening. The 11-time world champion was in fine form throughout the day having earlier seen off Laura Evans and then world number four Rebecca Kenna with breaks of 103 and 102 in the semi-finals to reach her fourth consecutive WLBS final. There she would await 18-year-old Thai…

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Watch Snooker This Season On Eurosport Player

Snooker fans throughout Europe can watch the sport anywhere and on any device through the Eurosport Player, the leading live and on-demand digital sport platform. Eurosport Player is available to download and watch in 52 markets and in 20 languages, offering fans an all-access pass to immerse themselves in the greatest events on the global sporting calendar. Look at the table below to see which snooker tournaments will be covered…

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