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O’Connor Boxing Clever On Road To Snooker Success

All snooker players must get used to a kick in the teeth from time to time – in a proverbial sense. But for Joe O’Connor that also applies literally as, away from the baize, he practises mixed martial arts several times a week. World number 62 O’Connor is a firm believer that physical fitness helps… Read More

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Patrick: Q School Is Hardest Ever

Fraser Patrick admitted that this year’s Q School line-up is the toughest it has ever been, after coming through the minefield to earn a new two-year tour card earlier this week. The Glaswegian beat China’s Bai Langning 4-1 in the final round in Sheffield to secure his return to the circuit, just a few weeks… Read More

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Chelsea v Manchester City: Robertson’s Ratings

Saturday night’s UEFA Champions League final between Chelsea and Manchester City will be a huge occasion for Blues fan Neil Robertson as he hopes to see his team lift the most prestigious trophy in European football for only the second time in their history. We asked the Aussie to predict the two line-ups and rate… Read More

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Lichtenberg On Learning Curve

Simon Lichtenberg, one of the most improved players on the tour over the past year, believes he can continue his development next season and maintain his progress up the world rankings. During his first two seasons on the circuit from 2018 to 2020, Lichtenberg won just four matches and was relegated from the tour. He… Read More

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Brown – I Need To Prove Myself

Jordan Brown is determined to show that his Welsh Open triumph was not a one-off as he looks ahead to the new season. Ranked 81st in the world at the time, Brown caused one of the greatest upsets in snooker history in February when he beat Ronnie O’Sullivan 9-8 in the Welsh Open final to… Read More

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Lilley Determined To Build On Seniors Success

World Seniors champion David Lilley has set his sights on making it through Q School and proving that he belongs on the World Snooker Tour, after a demoralising two-year spell on the circuit. Lilley turned pro for the first time in 2019 at the age of 43. His first few months on tour were ruined… Read More

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Burden – I’ve Missed The Buzz

Alife Burden admits he has had some “dark spells” during his time away from the World Snooker Tour and that nothing can replace the thrill of competition and sense of camaraderie on the circuit. Burden was relegated from the tour at the end of the 2019/20 season and narrowly missed out on an immediate return… Read More

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Knowles – Tour Place Is My Goal

Veteran Tony Knowles believes he has a “realistic chance” of making it through Q School and achieving his ambition of regaining a place on the World Snooker Tour at the age of 65. The former world number two has entered Q School for the first time in four years, having rekindled his enthusiasm for practice…. Read More

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Grace Raises Charity Cash With Hurricane Painting

David Grace swapped potting for painting when he captured an iconic moment in snooker history, and has raised £1,000 for two charities. World number 59 Grace is a keen artist and has painted a range of portraits of snooker stars. “Last April, when the World Championship was supposed to be on, I was watching the… Read More

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Wembley Dream For Selby

Mark Selby will be cheering his beloved Leicester City on at Wembley on Saturday – hoping they can follow his lead by lifting the big trophy. By Hector Nunns Selby claimed his fourth Betfred World Championship title earlier this month by beating Shaun Murphy in the final at the Crucible. The ‘Leicester Jester’ is one… Read More

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