The 23-year-old from Bristol suffered an agonising 10-9 defeat to John Higgins in the Shanghai Masters final six weeks ago, but this time finished with…
Snooker ace White gets stuck in at Toffees training ground ahead of Ronnie showdown
By Sportsmail Reporter
PUBLISHED: 12:07 GMT, 18 October 2012 | UPDATED: 13:05 GMT, 18 October 2012
Pot the reds then screw back for the yellow, green, brown, blue, pink and Jags.
Everton went all snooker loopy on Thursday as legend Jimmy White dropped by their training complex at Finch Farm.
Pictured with Leon Osman and Phil Jagielka (see what we’ve done with the intro, there),…
World Snooker WPBSA Statement – Stephen Lee
On 2 October 2012 the Crown Prosecution Service announced that there will be no criminal proceedings in the match fixing allegations against Stephen Lee made in 2010. Following this decision by the CPS, the WPBSA started its own investigation into these allegations.
On 5 October 2012 the WPBSA met with the Gambling Commission in order to review material collected by the Gambling Commission which…
Davis Hopes He’ll Be Playing At 60
Snooker legend Steve Davis insisted he could still be competing on the sport’s professional circuit at the age of 60, as he looked ahead to the forthcoming Wyldecrest Park Homes World Seniors Championship.The 55-year-old dominated snooker throughout the 1980s, lifting the World Championship trophy six times, and won his last major title in 1997. He is still ranked 50th in the world and reached the quarter-finals at the…
The WPBSA coaching team of Steve Davis, Terry Griffiths and Chris Lovell has now trained 103 official coaches.
The 23 coaches who graduated as WPBSA World Snooker coaches in Sheffield recently took the total into three figures.
Delegates came from as far afield as Norway, Belgium, Finland, Hong Kong, Japan, the Republic of Ireland, India and the UK to take part in the two day course.
Steve Davis said: “It’s great to see the message is getting…
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STEPHEN LEE POST 13/07/12
Right here we go I set off on the 17th of June for Hong Kong got there on the 18th then went straight across the border to china to play an exhibition match that nite played ok there’s some great players in china … So the next morning I made my way up to shanghai then across to the new APTC event about 2 hours outside of shanghai got there mid…Read more
Back to tips.
I have in stock the standard type buffalo tips which are one piece leather through to the laminated tips. I was always searching for tips as they seem to be made different to many years ago when the elks were a light blue. Then for years we had dark blue tips that you would search and search until you found one.
Im now getting the tips direct from peradon and they have gone back to…
Just a short clip to show the snooker bridge. It’s a simple thing to do but once you have been playing for a while you form a muscle which i’ll show you in the clip.
For years I cued over the area and wondered why I played different a lot and then i found that the muscle was changing my action. It’s easy to fix which i’ll show you in the clip and I saw a…
There’s a few live stream around I use a certain couple which I won’t mention when the BBC events are on that are perfect but i’ll leave that for anyone that want to call me.
For a semi paid version that has a better stream than any other i have seen bet365 is the best.
World snooker coverage via their site is crap as it doesn’t let Australians watch it due to fox coverage and only let…
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