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Robertson Eases Into International Championship Last 16

Robertson Eases Into International Championship Last 16

  Former world champion Neil Robertson beat Ireland’s Fergal O’Brien 6-3 at the Snooker International Championship second round in China. The Aussie, who has lost Judd Trump 8-10 in the 2012 International Championship final, led 3-1 at the…

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Stuart Bingham Named Snooker’s Player of the Year – 2015

Shanghai Masters – Day 2 Summary

  Reigning world champion Stuart Bingham, home favorite Ding Junhui and Judd Trump defeated their first round opponents to reach the last-16 stage. Stuart Bingham, who has won the Shanghai Masters 12 months ago, began his title defense…

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China won the last World Cup in 2011 when they beat Northern Ireland in the final in Thailand.

Snooker World Cup: Who’ll be the Winning Team?

  The Nongfu Spring Snooker World Cup takes-off tomorrow (Monday) with 24 teams battling for the title in Wuxi, China. The event will take place from June 15 to 21, starting with the group stages and continue with…

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Day 11 Summary: World Snooker Championship

Quarter-finals started on day 11. Ronnie O’Sullivan trails Stuart Bingham, Judd Trump cruises, Shaun Murphy leads debutant Anthony McGill, Neil Robertson is behind after the first session. Five-times world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan plays world #10 Stuart Bingham…

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Day 8 Summary: World Snooker Championship

Two former world champions are out of the tournament.  John Higgins and his compatriot Graeme Dott lost in the second round match to Ding Junhui and Stuart Bingham respectively. Stuart Bingham storms into the World Snooker…

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Day 7 Summary – World Snooker Championship

McGill stuns reigning world champion Mark Selby, Former World champion Higgins trails Ding, Bingham leads 2006 world champion Graeme Dott. The world #32 Anthony McGill stuns reigning champion Mark Selby at The Crucible with a sensational…

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O’Sullivan Eases to Last 8

Day 4 Summary: World Snooker Championship

Ronnie O’Sullivan plays with no shoes at The Crucible and leads the debutant Craig Steadman 7-2 after the first session of his opening World Championship match. Ding misses a 147 break chance but beats Mark…

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