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Challenge Tour Event Five Draw – Winchester

Here’s the draw and format for event five of the Challenge Tour, to take place in Winchester on February 28-29. Note this event was cancelled earlier in the season and rescheduled. The draw has been replicated, and all matches from the original draw that had been played have been scored accordingly.  Those players who competed… Read More

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Challenge Tour Event Ten Draw

The tenth event on the 2019/20 Challenge Tour series runs on March 1-2 in Leicester. Click here for the draw Click here for the format The leading player in the Challenge Tour rankings after the after ten events will be awarded a Tour Card, with the next eight going into a play-off event for a second… Read More

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Challenge Tour Event Nine Draw

Challenge Tour event nine will take place in Llanelli on February 15-16. Click here for the draw Click here for the format The leading player in the Challenge Tour rankings after the after ten events will be awarded a Tour Card, with the next eight going into a play-off event for a second card.

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Kleckers King At Challenge Tour Eight

Germany’s Lukas Kleckers boosted his hopes of regaining a tour card by winning Challenge Tour event eight in Tamworth. Kleckers beat Tyler Rees 3-1 in the final to take the £2,000 top prize and he’s now up to second place in the Challenge Tour rankings.  The leading player after the after ten events will be… Read More

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Challenge Tour Event Eight Draw

The draw and format for event eight of the Challenge Tour series is now available. Click here for the draw Click here for the format The event runs on January 18-19 in Tamworth. Andrew Pagett tops the rankings after seven events.

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Young Blood: Dean Wins Challenge Seven

Scottish teenager Dean Young won the season’s seventh Challenge Tour event in Neerpelt, Belgium, beating Andrew Pagett 3-1 in the final. Edinburgh’s 17-year-old Young underlined his promise by winning five matches to take the £2,000 top prize. Despite losing in the final, Welshman Pagett stretches his lead at the top of the Challenge Tour rankings. Young… Read More

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Challenge Tout Event Five Announcement

Following receipt of a number of comments from amateur players competing in the Challenge Tour event 5 which was cancelled, World Snooker have reviewed the status of this event. It has been decided that in order to be fair to those competitors who had already competed in Challenge Tour 5, we will play the original… Read More

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Clacton To Host Challenge Tour Play-Off 

World Snooker is pleased to announce that this season’s Challenge Tour play-off will take place at Pot Black in Clacton-on-Sea, Essex. The event will be played on one day, Sunday 29 March 2020 ,with a best-of-seven frames knockout format. Pot Black Clacton boasts excellent playing facilities and ample viewing space.  Players will be able to… Read More

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Challenge Tour Event Seven – Entry Closes Wednesday

All amateur players can enter event seven of the 2019-20 Challenge Tour season, entry closes on Wednesday November 20 Event 7 – Belgium, December 12-15 Click here for event 7 entry pack This season there are four events in Europe (the first two have already been played) which are open to all amateur players. A… Read More

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Brown Strikes Gold In Budapest

Oliver Brown won Challenge Tour Event Six, beating Ashley Hugill 3-1 in the final in Budapest, Hungary. Brown, from Dronfield near Sheffield, won six matches to take the £2,000 top prize. The top player in the Challenge Tour rankings after the after ten events will be awarded a Tour Card, with the next eight going… Read More

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