New WPBSA.com Launched
August 03, 2016 (15:45) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
I am today pleased to say that as mentioned last month we have now launched our new site over at WPBSA.com. As regulars will know, my blogs have largely appeared over on the old WPBSA site for some six months now, although not quite as regular as I would have liked given the development of […] More...
May 17, 2016 (13:15) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
I have recently received a few comments on the blog regarding the lack of new content following my announcement last year that I would be joining the WPBSA on a full-time basis. To clarify, my blog has since continued over at WPBSA.com here, with all of the ranking and tour structure blogs that I have […] More...
World Championship 2016: Tour Survival Blog
April 02, 2016 (11:30) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
And so it is almost upon us – the start of the 2016 Betfred World Championship qualifiers next Wednesday which will determine who will join the 16 seeded players at the Crucible Theatre two weeks from now. Not only that, but the results will also determine who will stay on tour for next season, either […] More...
Race to the Crucible 2016: Live Blog
April 02, 2016 (11:30) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
It has all come down to this – the 2016 China Open is now underway in Beijing, following which the world’s top 16 players will be guaranteed to appear at the Crucible stages of next month’s World Championship. For a summary of how the position stood prior to the Monday’s action, please read my comprehensive […] More...
Gdynia Open 2016: Live Blog
February 23, 2016 (23:45) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Although my blog has now largely moved over to WPBSA.com (watch this space for some exciting news on that front), this weekend I will be live blogging here at PSB throughout the professional stages of the crucial Gdynia Open. Regular readers will be well aware of the importance of this event, with tour places, Players […] More...
A New Beginning
November 25, 2015 (14:30) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Little did I know back in August 2008 when I started Pro Snooker Blog that it would go on to be the start of something that would change my life, but over seven years on it is now no exaggeration to say that. With that in mind, today I have some important news for everyone […] More...
Provisional Ranking List Links
November 24, 2015 (13:15) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
In view of the current technical issues with the site, please find below the relevant links to the important ranking lists to following throughout the Betway UK Championship: Latest projected seedings (race to the Masters) Latest provisional end of season rankings Latest race to the World Grand Prix Latest race to the Crucible (ET4 results […] More...
November 21, 2015 (16:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Next Tuesday will see the start of the UK Championship and as ever I will be on site to report on all of the action from snooker’s second biggest ranking event. As you may have noticed in recent days however, not all has been well here at PSB from a technical point of view and […] More...
Entry Deadline This Week For WDBS Event
November 16, 2015 (16:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Later this month, Gloucesters South West Snooker Academy will host the first event to be staged by the new World Disability Billiards and Snooker (WDBS) body. The WDBS has been created by the WPBSA, with the help of the English Federation of Disability Sport and aims to encourage the participation of people with disabilities in … Continue reading » More...
Robertson is the Champion of Champions
November 16, 2015 (00:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Neil Robertson is the winner of the 2015 Champion of Champions, after he saw off Mark Allen 10-5 this evening to win his biggest event in nearly two years at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. Having taken a 6-3 lead following the afternoon session, it appeared as though we might be in for an early … Continue reading » More...
Allen Through To Face Robertson In Coventry
November 15, 2015 (01:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Having qualified to play at the 2015 Champion of Champions at the final opportunity last week in Sofia, Mark Allen is now through to the final in Coventry, following a 6-3 victory against Kyren Wilson in tonight’s second semi-final. He will now play Australia’s Neil Robertson in tomorrow’s two session final, after the world number … Continue reading » More...
EBSA Order of Merit 2015: Event Four Update
November 14, 2015 (02:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
As was the case last season, alongside the European Order of Merit will run an EBSA Order of Merit, on which amateurs will be awarded points, with the top 16 after six events qualifying for a play-off event next spring. Two players from that event will earn two-year tour cards from the start of the … Continue reading » More...
Bingham and Trump Take On West Ham Duo in Snooker Shoot Out
November 12, 2015 (20:30) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
As we build-up to the start of the 2015 Betway UK Championship in a couple of weeks time, last year’s runner-up Judd Trump and reigning world champion Stuart Bingham caught up with West Ham duo Andy Carroll and Carl Jenkinson for a special Snooker Shoot-out. You can watch the video above and click here for … Continue reading » More...
Wilson First Through To Coventry Semis
November 11, 2015 (01:30) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
World number 22 Kyren Wilson is the first man through to the semi-finals of the Champion of Champions in Coventry on a day that saw group favourites Judd Trump and Stuart Bingham fall by the conclusion of the first session. Kyren came into the opening day of the Champion of Champions as third favourite to … Continue reading » More...
Gibraltar Open: Draw and Format Available
November 10, 2015 (21:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Whilst the action began this afternoon at the Champion of Champions event in Coventry, World Snooker also released the draw for next month’s Gibraltar Open which you can access here. Eyes will be drawn towards the bottom of the draw where Shaun Murphy has been drawn against Ding Junhui in the opening round, despite both … Continue reading » More...
Shaun Murphy teams up with R.E.A.L Foundation Trust
November 10, 2015 (16:45) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
SNOOKER star Shaun Murphy has today been unveiled as a patron for the R.E.A.L Foundation Trust. Reigning Masters champion and World Championship finalist Murphy will wear the R.E.A.L Foundation Trust logo and support the Midlands-based organisation in other ways during the 2015/16 season. Nottinghamshire-based Shaun, 33, today took time out from preparing for this weeks … Continue reading » More...
Reading To Host Snooker Shoot-Out
November 09, 2015 (16:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
The Hexagon in Reading will host snookers celebrated Shoot-Out event for the first time in 2016. The Shoot-Out, first staged in 2011, was previously held in Blackpool and has become a firm favourite among fans for its non-stop thrilling action. This seasons event runs from February 12 to 14 and will be staged at … Continue reading » More...
Champion of Champions 2015: Tournament Preview
November 09, 2015 (02:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Tuesday sees the start of the 2015 Champion of Champions event and following Mark Allen’s victory at the Bulgarian Open yesterday, we now know who the 16 players competing at the Ricoh Arena will be. Click below for my look at the draw and thoughts on the tournament generally… Click here to view the draw … Continue reading » More...
Allen Wins In Bulgaria
November 08, 2015 (22:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
Mark Allen won his first title in 15 months by beating Ryan Day 4-0 in the final of the Victoria Bulgaria Open in Sofia. World number ten Allen dominated the final in the Bulgarian capital to take the 25,000 Euro top prize at the season’s fourth Kreativ Dental Clinic European Tour event. The 29-year-old from … Continue reading » More...
November 07, 2015 (17:00) [ Indexed from Pro Snooker Blog
In recent months, seasons in fact, there has been some debate as to the selection of matches for the televised tables at professional events, particularly at European Tour events covered by Eurosport. The matter was again raised this morning on Twitter by former world champion Ken Doherty, who questioned the selection of three matches which … Continue reading » More...
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