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Fans coming to the Crucible for the Betfred World Championship, this is your key information: For ticket details CLICK HERE CHECKLIST – you will need to bring: A text message or email confirming a negative lateral flow test result Photographic identification, which you’ll produce alongside your test result An email response confirming your consent –… Read More

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Kyren Keeps Calm To Complete Comeback

Kyren Wilson’s composure at the table proved vital as he recovered a 5-1 deficit to beat Gary Wilson 10-8 in the first round of the Betfred World Championship. Match schedule Tickets Last year’s Crucible runner-up Kyren looked in danger of a shock early exit when he trailed his namesake by four frames in the early… Read More

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Higgins Rallies To Down Tian

John Higgins said he was “struggling to breathe” due to the pressure during his first round clash with Tian Pengfei, but ultimately rallied from 7-4 down to win 10-7 at the Betfred World Championship. The Scot admitted that despite being a four-time winner at the Theatre of Dreams, he isn’t immune to feeling the heat… Read More

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McGill Earns Shot At Rocket

Last year’s beaten semi-finalist Anthony McGill pulled away from 4-4 to beat Ricky Walden 10-5 in the first round of the Betfred World Championship, setting up a match with Crucible king Ronnie O’Sullivan. Match schedule Tickets McGill seems to thrive on the Sheffield atmosphere and has a fine record at the venue, having reached the… Read More

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Higgins On The Brink

John Higgins’ match against Tian Pengfei was called to a halt at the end of the second session, with four-time Crucible king Higgins 9-7 ahead and one frame away from the second round. Match schedule Tickets The match will resume on the first available table in Monday’s night’s session, either after the match between Kyren… Read More

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Ding Edges Ahead Of Bingham

Asian number one Ding Junhui holds a slender 5-4 lead over 2015 Crucible king Stuart Bingham after the first session of their opening round clash at the Betfred World Championship. China’s Ding is aiming to become the first player from his continent to lift the World Championship trophy. He was runner-up in 2016 when he… Read More

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Jones: I Felt I Had Lost Everything

Two years ago, Jamie Jones was at his lowest ebb and was uncertain whether he would ever return to snooker’s highest level. Now back where he belongs, the Welshman beat Stephen Maguire 10-4 to reach the last 16 of the Betfred World Championship. Match schedule Tickets In October 2018, Jones was suspended from the tour… Read More

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Thunder Storms To Beat Liang

World number three Neil Robertson eased to an impressive 10-3 defeat of Liang Wenbo at the Betfred World Championship. The Australian came into this week in red hot form after blitzing his way to winning the recent Cazoo Tour Championship, beating Ronnie O’Sullivan 10-4 in the final to land a 20th ranking title. Robertson was… Read More

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Q School 2021

Snooker players dreaming of earning a place on the World Snooker Tour will have their chance at Q School 2021, starting on May 27th at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield. Entry for Q School is open now and the deadline is Thursday May 6th at 12 noon. Entry into our events is via… Read More

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Resurgent Gilbert Sees Off Wakelin

David Gilbert played his best snooker of the season as he beat Chris Wakelin 10-4 to reach the last 16 of the Betfred World Championship, and insists he would relish a possible clash with Judd Trump. Match schedule Tickets Other than a run to the semi-finals of the Betfred Masters in January, Gilbert has had… Read More

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