WPBSA Q Tour Americas 2 | How to Follow
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Ryan Watterson
4d ago
The second and final event of the WPBSA Q Tour Americas series gets underway on Thursday 22 February at the PABSA Academy in San Jose, USA. Follow the tournament via WPBSA SnookerScores following these links: Knockout Draw Latest Results Match Schedule Player List Twenty-eight players from the USA and Canada will compete in the event with two places still up for grabs at next month’s Q Tour Global Play-Off in Bosnia & Herzegovina, where three World Snooker Tour Cards will be on offer. Vito Puopolo was victorious in the first event of the series, held in Toronto in January, but neither P ..read more
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2024/25 World Snooker Tour Cards
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Matt Huart
4d ago
The WPBSA and WST have today jointly confirmed the provisional tour card structure for the 2024/25 World Snooker Tour. Retained Places As in previous seasons, the top 64 players on the official world ranking list following the 2024 Cazoo World Championship will remain on tour. They will be joined by up to 31 players who are currently on the first year of a two-year tour card, as well as the top four players on the one-year ranking list, not already qualified. Qualification Pathways The tour will be completed by players who successfully qualify through recognised tour qualification pathways th ..read more
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How To Watch The Johnstone’s Paint Players Championship
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Ryan Watterson
6d ago
The top 16 players from the one-year rankings head for Telford for the Johnstone’s Paint Players Championship, which runs from February 19-25. Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd Trump, Mark Allen, John Higgins, Mark Selby, Ding Junhui, Mark Wlliams and many more green baize giants are in the field for the second event in the 2024 Players Series. The draw and match schedule will be announced on Monday. Book tickets from just £25 here, or watch from home on one of these broadcasters: UKITV – for listings click here And for the first time, table two will be streamed live with commentary on IT ..read more
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Prince Of Wales Wilson Lands Third Ranking Title
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Matt Huart
6d ago
Gary Wilson won his second ranking title in as many months with an emphatic 9-4 victory over Martin O’Donnell in the final of the BetVictor Welsh Open in Llandudno. View the updated Race to the Riyadh Season World Masters of Snooker View the updated provisional End of Season Rankings Wilson made a fast start, taking a 4-0 lead as O’Donnell struggled with the occasion, and was always at least three frames in front. Wallsend’s Wilson doubles his tally of titles this season, having landed the BetVictor Scottish Open crown in December. He joins Ronnie O’Sullivan and Judd Trump as the only player ..read more
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Peter Lines Lifts Q Tour Title in Leeds
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Ryan Watterson
1w ago
Peter Lines has defeated Umut Dikme 5-1 in the final of Q Tour UK/Europe Event 7 at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds. Results Q Tour UK/Europe Ranking List Lines becomes the fifth different winner of an event on the Q Tour UK/Europe series this season and denies Dikme a second title of the campaign following his success in Germany back in October. Both finalists, as well as sixteen others from the ranking list, have secured qualification for March’s Q Tour Global Play-Off in Bosnia and Herzegovina, where three World Snooker Tour cards will be on offer. Heading into event seven, it was al ..read more
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Wilson Makes Snooker’s 199th Maximum
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Ryan Watterson
1w ago
Gary Wilson made the 199th maximum break in snooker history in the second frame of his BetVictor Welsh Open semi-final with John Higgins on Saturday night in Llandudno. Wilson was on for a 147 in the opening frame but missed the penultimate red on 104, but when he got another chance in the second, he potted all 15 reds with blacks and cleared the colours. It’s Wilson’s fifth career maximum and he becomes the 13th player to reach that milestone. The break puts him in line to win the tournament’s £5,000 high break prize. The post Wilson Makes Snooker’s 199th Maximum appeared first on WPBSA ..read more
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WPBSA Q Tour UK/Europe 7 | How to Follow
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Ryan Watterson
1w ago
The seventh and final event of the WPBSA Q Tour UK/Europe series gets underway on Friday 16 February at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds. Knockout Draw Latest Results Match Schedule Player List A total of 117 players from 21 countries have entered the final event of the Q Tour UK/Europe series, which takes place in Leeds over the weekend, including recent WSF champion Ka Wai Cheung and WSF Junior champion Bulcsu Revesz. Michael Holt has already secured a two-year World Snooker Tour card as a result of finishing top of the series ranking list but it remains all to play for with a further ..read more
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First Parkinson’s UK Coaching Sessions Take Place in Stockport
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Ryan Watterson
1w ago
The first of the recently announced ‘Introduction to Snooker’ coaching sessions, supported by Parkinson’s UK, have taken place this month at the Hazel Grove Snooker Club in Stockport. Led at the club by WPBSA Level 2 Snooker coach Danny Connolly, the sessions in Stockport have proved a great success with groups enjoying two-hour sessions featuring both basic-level, fun snooker coaching on different drills and techniques, followed by recreational group play. Support by funding from Parkinson’s UK, the sessions are taking place between February and May and will be held across the country – with ..read more
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Ka Wai Cheung Wins WSF Championship
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Ryan Watterson
2w ago
Ka Wai Cheung has defeated Gao Yang 5-0 in the final of the 2024 WSF Championship to secure the title and his status as a main tour professional for the first time at the Grand Blue Fafa Resort in Albania. Cheung’s victory continues Asia’s dominance in snooker’s most prestigious amateur competition, which has been won by players from the continent in four of its five editions, with the 24-year-old following in the footsteps of Luo Honghao (2018), Si Jiahui (2022) and Ma Hailong (2023). The result means Cheung will compete on the main tour in the 2024/25 and 2025/26 seasons for the first time i ..read more
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WSF Championship Down To The Final Four
World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA)
by Ryan Watterson
2w ago
The 2024 WSF Championship reaches its conclusion on Sunday 11 February when four players from four different nations will be competing for the title and a two-year World Snooker Tour card. Held at the Grand Blue Fafa Resort in Golem, Albania, the most prestigious event in amateur snooker began last weekend with 211 players from 38 countries battling through five and a half days of group stage action to narrow the field to 86. From there, the drama-filled knockout stages further reduced the field to 16 players as the event entered into the weekend. Now, as the final day dawns, just four remain ..read more
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