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Small’s Journey From Cueist To Coach

Scotland’s Chris Small achieved his snooker dream in 2002, aged 29, when he claimed maiden ranking silverware by winning the LG Cup at the iconic Guild Hall in Preston. However, as he held the trophy aloft, he already knew difficult days and retirement lay ahead. It was a path which eventually led to a new… Read More

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Snooker’s Biggest Demolition Jobs

At the highest level, snooker is a psychological pressure cooker. With all top players possessing vast levels of skill, it often comes down to who can handle the biggest stages best. When one player gets on a roll they can often be hard to stop. Despite this, snooker is a sport that frequently sees momentum… Read More

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Snooker’s Top Fans

Behind closed doors sport continues to provide entertainment to millions of people at home, as difficult times rumble on amid the coronavirus pandemic. However, the lack of fans has delivered a reminder across the sporting spectrum of what crowds bring to the spectacle. Sports enthusiasts are adjusting to viewing elite competition on television, without fans… Read More

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2019/20 Season Foul Count

Following our analysis of the most shots played so far in the 2019/20 season, we’ve delved back into the WST database to find out which players have racked up the most fouls in the campaign. It’s 2005 World Champion Shaun Murphy who tops the list, having amassed 275 fouls during a season which has seen… Read More

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The Craft Of Commentary

There are occasions in snooker and sporting history which leave an indelible mark on our minds. We are often guided through these iconic moments by eminently distinctive voices. The daunting role of providing these voices lies with the commentators… Snooker’s now global prominence means that, along with a passionate core fanbase, there are an increasing… Read More

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History Of The Modern Cue

Former Shanghai Masters champion Dominic Dale is one of snooker’s most knowledgeable historians. As an avid collector of antique cues he’s been looking at their evolution and taking a glance forward to potential technological advancements, for anyone brave enough to embrace them… Early Billiards and The Mace In 18th century France, early versions of billiards… Read More

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Cowdroy Set For NHS Fundraiser

Amateur cueist Bradley Cowdroy is set to embark on a snooker marathon in order to raise money for the NHS Charities Together Appeal. The former England under 16 player will aim to be on the baize for 24 consecutive hours this weekend. Cowdroy will undertake the fundraiser at home in Bournemouth on Saturday 18th April,… Read More

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Only Strong Minds Will Prosper – Griffiths

Top coach and former World Champion Terry Griffiths believes that there will be substantial mental hurdles to overcome when the World Snooker Tour resumes. Griffiths has earned respect as one of the sport’s most revered coaches and has worked with the likes of Ding Junhui, Stuart Bingham and Mark Allen in recent years. He took… Read More

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Decide Your Decider

Over the next week we will be filling the snooker void by giving you a chance to vote for which classic deciding frames you would like to watch. Tomorrow would have seen Betfred World Championship qualifying get underway in Sheffield. Instead, we will be offering two deciding frames each day for you to choose between,… Read More

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More Than Meets The Eye

Working with all-time greats, rejuvenating careers and sparking ascensions to the summit of the sport: Steve Feeney has made an undeniable impact as coach for some of the World Snooker Tour’s top players The pioneering coach has convinced high profile figures in golf and darts, as well as snooker, to adopt his SightRight method. The… Read More

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