Welcome to my blog.
I will be posting blogs about snooker, most of them will be in connection with my centuries list but I will also post blogs about other things too, like the future stars of snooker as well as the occasional blogs about the current top boys in the game.
|Posted by SnookerInfo on June 4, 2019 at 11:55 AM||comments (57)|
2019 Q School is all over and another four players booked their place by winning their section of the third event. There were also four more cards given out to the four highest players on the Order of Merit who had not already won their card.
Born: 10th August, 1973 (45 years old)
4-2 v Brian Ochoiski
4-0 v Richard Binns
4-1 v Michael Collumb
4-2 v Ryan Thomerso...Read Full Post »
|Posted by SnookerInfo on May 29, 2019 at 12:20 PM||comments (1)|
Another Q School event is complete and another four players have won a tour card for the next two seasons. Here you can find a bit of information about each one:
Born: 19th September, 1995 (23 years old)
4-1 v Brandon Hall
4-0 v Owais Ali
4-0 v Lukas Kleckers
4-2 v Shane Castle
4-0 v Long Zehuang
4-0 v Au Chi Wai
Chen Zifan turned p...Read Full Post »
|Posted by SnookerInfo on May 23, 2019 at 11:55 AM||comments (0)|
Q School is an annual event where amateurs get the chance to qualify for the main tour. There are three events, which run back to back and the four winners of each quarter in each event win a two-year tour card to play as a professional on the circuit. This year there is also four places available to the 'best four' players who didn't qualify over the course of the three events.
In this blog, I will be posting the four players who qualified from the first event.
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|Posted by SnookerInfo on May 14, 2018 at 5:25 PM||comments (6)|
Today the Q School event started in Burton, England. Over 200 players playing for 12 two-year tour cards. There are three events over the next 18 days with 4 cards on offer in each for the winner of each Quarter. Here I will be posting daily updates from the event highlighting the winners and losers and major talking points. Good luck to all the players.
Thursday, 31st May
Final of day of this years Q School and there was some high profile players defeated in th...Read Full Post »
|Posted by SnookerInfo on November 25, 2015 at 5:55 PM||comments (23)|
Following the unexpected defeat of Ding Junhui last night to amateur Adam Duffy, I thought I would look back at the most 'unexpected' victories (or defeats!) that have happened since the introduction of the 128 format.
Shaun Murphy 1-5 Alex Davies
Mark Selby 3-5 Andrew Pagett
(2013 Wuxi Classic)
The very first tournament to see the 128 format in use was the 2013 Wuxi Classic and straight away it threw up some unexpected results tha...Read Full Post »
|Posted by SnookerInfo on October 17, 2015 at 7:25 PM||comments (6)|
Asian Tour - Event One starts in Haining, China on Monday. It is currently set to be the only Asian Tour event this season after the cancellation of an event earlier in the season. This means that there is a great opportunity for anyone who goes on a good run, to qualify for the Players Championship Grand Finals and/or grab themselves a spot on the main tour for the next two seasons.
Often when the Asian Tour events come around, there a lot of local names in the draw that ma...Read Full Post »
|Posted by SnookerInfo on July 6, 2015 at 4:40 PM||comments (0)|
Hi all, first of all, welcome to my new blog!
After the World Championship, I said that there will be some new features coming soon but I have since been busy so have only had time to do my regular updates. I now have access to internet in my room so therefore I can update my site whenever I like and don't have to wait for others in my house to finish!
As you might have guessed, a blog is one of the new features on my site. I will be posting blogs every now...Read Full Post »