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Jones Ensures Immediate Return

Duane Jones booked an immediate return to the World Snooker Tour after defeating China’s Si Jiahui 4-3 in the final round of Q School event three. All results Jones, Dean Young, Lei Peifan and Ian Burns all secured tour cards for the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons. While Hammad Miah and Mitchell Mann earned spots by… Read More

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Pinches Junior Into Last 16

Luke Pinches is just two wins away from following in the footsteps of father Barry and earning a tour card through Q School. All results Norwich potter Pinches, age 19, is through to the last 16 of Q School for the first time and will face Mark Lloyd next. The four quarter-final winners on Sunday… Read More

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Knowles Three Wins Away From Tour Place

Tony Knowles is just three matches away from a place on the World Snooker Tour as he beat Sean O’Sullivan 4-1 to reach the last 32 of Q School event three. All results Former world number two Knowles has now won five matches over the three Q School events, proving he remains competitive at the… Read More

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Wells Sunk By In-Form Muir

Former Scottish Open semi-finalist Daniel Wells faces a year away from professional snooker as he lost 4-2 to Ross Muir in the last 128 of the third and final Q School event. All results Welshman Wells has been on the pro tour since 2015 but was relegated at the end of last season and has… Read More

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Knowles To Face O’Sullivan

Tony Knowles battled to a 4-3 win over Ryan Roberts in round two of Q School event three, to keep alive his hopes of a World Snooker Tour card. All results The former world number two will take on Sean O’Sullivan in round three on Friday, needing four more wins to earn one of the… Read More

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Wins For Kenna And Knowles

Rebecca Kenna and Tony Knowles both scored impressive victories in round one of Q School event three in Sheffield. All results This is the third and final event, with four semi-finalists to earn tour cards next Sunday, plus two more who finish highest on the Order of Merit. Women’s world number four Kenna won a… Read More

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Judge / Burden / Steadman / Pinches Regain Tour Spots

Michael Judge regained a place on the World Snooker Tour after a ten year absence by beating Kuldesh Johal 4-0 in the final round of Q School event two. All results  Judge, Alfie Burden, Barry Pinches and Craig Steadman all secured tour cards for the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons. Irishman Judge was a familiar face… Read More

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Q School Event Two – The Final Eight

These are the eight players through to the quarter-finals of Q School event two in Sheffield. The four winners will earn a World Snooker Tour card for the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons. Click here for live scores for the quarter-finals on Monday afternoon. Barry Pinches. Age 50 from Norwich. Played on the pro tour from… Read More

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Potential Rookies Chase Tour Dream

Robbie McGuigan, Liam Pullen, Michael Collumb, Mark Lloyd and Daniel Womersley could all earn a place on the World Snooker Tour for the first time when they play in the business end of Q School event two on Monday. All results Just 16 players remain in the second of three events in Sheffield. The last… Read More

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Muir Boosts Tour Return Hopes

Ross Muir made the highest break of 2021 Q School so far as he thrashed Fergal Quinn 4-0 to move into the fourth round of event two in Sheffield. All results Scotland’s Muir played on the pro tour from 2013 to 2019 and will earn a return if he can win three more matches on… Read More

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