• Coral Shoot Out Day Two Round Up
  • Day Wins CLS Group Six
  • Coral Shoot Out Day One Round-Up
  • Coral To Donate £2,750 to Jessie May

Coral Shoot Out Day Two Round Up

Jimmy White beat Chen Zhe by the narrowest of margins Former World Champions Shaun Murphy and Ken Doherty as well as Jimmy White are among those into the last 32 of the Coral Shoot Out in Watford. Click here for the results, here for the match schedule and here for ticket details. The second half of the last 64 will be played on Saturday evening, leaving 32 survivors on Sunday…

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Coral Shoot Out Last 64 Draw And Format

Here’s the draw and schedule for the last 64 of the Coral Shoot Out at the Watford Coloseum. Friday’s matches are below and Saturday’s matches will follow. Tickets for the weekend are still available – for details CLICK HERE Friday from 7pm: Shaun Murphy v John Astley Alfie Burden v Jason Weston David John v Liam Highfield Ken Doherty v Zhao Xintong David Gilbert v Akani Songsermsawad Rhys Clark v…

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Day Wins CLS Group Six

FINAL Martin Gould 1-3 Ryan Day35-55, 60-0, 6-71 (Day 70), 0-80 (Day 80) SEMI-FINALSMartin Gould 3-1 Stuart Bingham66-24 (Gould 56), 70-30 (Gould 51), 6-75 (Bingham 63), 85-0 (Gould 85) Ryan Day 3-2 Ricky Walden 69-59, 95-8 (Walden 83), 13-128 (Day 112), 31-80 (Day 53), 0-118 (Day 101) It was third time lucky for Ryan Day as he finally made it to the Championship League Snooker Winners’ Group with a 3-1…

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Coral Shoot Out Day One Round-Up

Barry Hawkins, Jimmy White and defending champion Robin Hull were among the first-day winners as the Coral Shoot Out got underway at the Watford Colosseum. Click here for the results, here for the match schedule and here for ticket details. Hossein Vafaei and Yan Bingtao enjoyed the occasion.All pictures by Sportsbeat/RobertoPayne It’s quickfire knock-out action with all matches lasting a maximum of ten minutes. Finland’s Hull, who beat Luca Brecel…

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Coral To Donate £2,750 to Jessie May

Judd Trump with the team from Jessie May Last week’s Coral Welsh Open produced 55 century breaks, which means a further £2,750 donated by Coral to Jessie May Children’s Hospice at Home. Throughout the Coral Home Nations series, title sponsor Coral has donated £50 for every century break made to World Snooker’s official charity. The total donation so far this season now stands at £12,350. Jessie May Children’s Hospice at…

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