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Q School Event Two Results

Here are the scores from the last 64 onwards of Q School event two at the English Institute of Sport. Round 3 109) Fan Zhengyi 0 (7) 4 Michael Georgiou 110) Daniel Womersley 4 (7) 1 Jamie Wilson 111) Hammad Miah 4 (7) 3 Dylan Emery 112) Mark Vincent 0 (7) 4 Thor Chuan Leong… Read More

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Walker and Lichtenberg Bounce Back

Former Crucible quarter-finalist Lee Walker and Germany’s Simon Lichtenberg sealed fresh two-year cards on the World Snooker Tour, recovering from recent relegation from the circuit, at Q School Event One in Sheffield. Welshman Walker defeated compatriot and former professional Jamie Jones 4-1 in round five to book his place in the final round. There he… Read More

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Q School Results – The Final Rounds

Not far from the Crucible, Q School is into the concluding stages at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield. Each of the three events has been played down to 64 players. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, each of the three events will be concluded. The four winners of the quarter-finals in each event earn… Read More

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Updated Q School Draws

The draws and format for 2020 Q School are now available. The event will take place at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield, starting on August 3rd. Sixteen players have withdrawn from Q School 2020, therefore the updated draws and format are below. Click here for the updated event one draw Click here for… Read More

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Q School

With 12 places on the World Snooker Tour up for grabs, 2020 Q School gives all snooker players around the world the opportunity to chase their dream. Entry for Q School is open NOW with a deadline of Tuesday June 30th at 12pm. CLICK HERE FOR THE ENTRY PACK Government guidance on Covid 19 is… Read More

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Q School 2020

Do you have the talent, ambition and determination to become a professional snooker player? Here’s your chance to earn your tour card. Q School 2020 starts on May 18 at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield. There will be three tournaments, with  the four semi-finalists in each one to earn a place on the… Read More

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Q School – The 16 Graduates

Here’s a summary of the 16 players who made it through Q School 2019… David Lilley Age: 43 From: Tyne & Wear A familiar face from the amateur circuit who reached the quarter-finals of the 2016 Indian Open as a ‘top-up’, Lilley has now turned pro for the first time. Soheil Vahedi Age: 30 From:… Read More

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Q School Event Three Winners

Switzerland’s Alexander Ursenbacher, Malta’s Alex Borg and England’s Barry Pinches and Andy Hicks all reached the semi-finals of Q School event three to earn two-year cards to the World Snooker Tour. All results Four other players earned cards as the next highest on the Q School Order of Merit: Si Jiahui, Billy Castle, Peter Lines… Read More

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Ursenbacher Reaches Final Day In Wigan

Alexander Ursenbacher defeated Si Jiahui 4-1 to reach the last 16 of Q School event three in Wigan. Switzerland’s Ursenbacher dropped off the tour at the end of last season. However, the 23-year-old has displayed his potential in the professional ranks with some strong showings, most notably a superb run to the semi-finals of the… Read More

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Taylor Edges Out Kleckers

Allan Taylor defeated Germany’s Lukas Kleckers 4-3 to progress to round four of Q School event three in Wigan. Taylor and Kleckers both dropped off the tour at the end of last season. Kleckers is now in danger of missing out on an immediate return to professional status. He will need to rely on other… Read More

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