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The 147 Club: Trinity Snooker Club

The 147 Club was launched by the EPSB in November 2017 with the aim of promoting a modern, positive and progressive perception of clubs by improving standards, boosting the junior game and encouraging new players from all backgrounds into the sport. They are shining a spotlight on 147 Club members such as Trinity Snooker Club in… Read More

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WST Vacancy: Digital Media Officer

Deadline for applications is this Friday: June 25th. World Snooker Tour, which runs the sport’s global professional circuit, has a vacancy for a digital media officer to join its growing team. The role will be based in Brentwood, Essex but will include working at snooker’s biggest tournaments in the UK and overseas. Snooker is one… Read More

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Devlin Targeting Deep Run

Peter Devlin is aiming to reach the business end of a tournament in the upcoming season, after a mixed first campaign on the professional circuit. Devlin has just completed his maiden year on the World Snooker Tour, during which the highlight was a superb 5-4 defeat of three-time World Champion Mark Williams at the European… Read More

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Work Ethic Was Key To Q School – Mann

Mitchell Mann suffered a difficult defeat at the Betfred World Championship which left his career on the line, but he immediately picked himself up off the floor to regain his professional status at Q School. The 29-year-old finished in second position on the Order of Merit across the three Q School events to secure a… Read More

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Chinese Students Enjoy Crucible Experience

Sport helps us through tough times by providing relief, joy and faith. Amy and Fung, Chinese graduate students at the University of Sheffield, encountered live snooker for the first time at the 2021 Betfred World Championship, after going through months of lockdown in a little room alone, half a world away from families and friends…. Read More

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Kids Play Snooker At Beijing Open Day

Dozens of Chinese children learned snooker skills at a Sports Open Day at the British Embassy in Beijing. The event had a theme of “Euro 2020 with Hisense”, with more than 400 footballs fan watching matches played in Europe. Hisense is the official sponsor of UEFA Euro 2020. This was the first Open Day at… Read More

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Tour Players 2021/22

The final list of players who will compete on the World Snooker Tour during the 2021/22 season is now confirmed. Due to the non-staging of several international amateur competitions holding tour qualification status over the past 12 months, there will be 122 professional players on tour. Remaining places at events will be topped up via… Read More

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Pele – Snooker Should Be Olympic Sport

Football legend Pelé believes that snooker should be included in the Olympic Games and that Brazil would win gold medals. Snooker has vast popularity throughout Brazil, albeit played on a smaller table. The country’s top player Igor Figueiredo plays on the pro tour and is ranked 75th in the world. Pelé, who won football’s World… Read More

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Lam Raring For Return

Sanderson Lam agonisingly missed out on professional status by a solitary frame at Q School, but the Leeds cueman is relishing the prospect of a return to the circuit after finishing in pole position on the top up list. Lam dropped off the circuit in 2019 and two unsuccessful trips to Q School in the… Read More

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Ticket Competition Winner

Earlier this month we gave fans the chance to win tickets for three different finals in the coming season in our biggest ever giveaway. The winner was Michelle Poppy Clarke and she’ll get the chance to choose which three finals to come to, from the Home Nations Series, Cazoo Series and the Shoot Out. Congratulations… Read More

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