• Draw Made For World Games
  • Williams to Referee First Ranking Final
  • Doherty Books Quarter Final Spot
  • Doherty Books Last 16 Spot
  • Kleckers Stuns Defending Champion Robertson

Invitational Tour Card Holders

World Snooker has decided that Invitational Tour Card Holders will now be able to compete in any ranking event – rather than only those where the number of entries is below 128 tour players. The current Invitational Tour Card Holders are Jimmy White, Ken Doherty and James Wattana and going forward they will be given the opportunity to enter all ranking events. Where the total number of entries including tour…

Read More >>

Barry Hawkins Q&A

Barry Hawkins is enjoying a bright start to the 2016/17 season after qualifying for both the Riga Masters and China Championship, as well as earning a place in England’s two-man World Cup team. We spoke with Hawkins as he looked ahead to his campaign beginning in earnest this week in Latvia… Barry, it was a strong start to the season for you at the recent qualifiers in Preston. The most notable…

Read More >>

New Support For Scottish County Championship

The event draws together teams from across Scotland to compete for the title and this time it will take place on August 17 at the Q Club in Glasgow. Stuart Gardiner, UK and Ireland Sales Manager for Aramith Balls, Simonis Cloth and Strachan Cloth, said: “Strachan Cloth and Aramith Balls are delighted to be supporting and working with the Scottish County Championship. “The Simonis Group are proud to be supporting…

Read More >>

Hong Kong Masters Draw And Ticket Details

Ronnie O’Sullivan will face John Higgins in the first round of the Hong Kong Masters next month as many of the world’s top stars gather for the invitation event. Organized by the Hong Kong Billiard Sports Control Council Co. Ltd. (HKBSCC), subvented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) and sanctioned by World Snooker Limited (WSL), the Hong Kong Masters 2017 will be staged at Hong Kong’s Queen Elizabeth…

Read More >>

Pocket Money…Cash Boost For World Snooker Tour

Selby banked £375,000 after beating John Higgins in the Betfred World Championship final Mark Selby earned almost £1 million last season while the number of players earning at least £30,000 grew by 20 percent, as the sport continues to thrive. Total prize money has grown from £3.5 million just seven years ago to last season’s £10 million, with another boost to £12 million in 2017/18. And players across the World…

Read More >>