Snooker Blog Category: News & Views

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World snooker Challenge Tour 9

The 9th and penultimate event of the 2018/19 Challenge Tour could see a brand new professional professional The first day of Challenge Tour 9 saw some of the leading contenders for the two main tour cards on offer, fall by the wayside. David Grace and Barry Pinches both went out in the first round. Then… Read more »

George Scott Snooker Club

Scotties Junior Giants Programme

Snooker coach Neil Johnson with details of the Scotties Junior Giants Programme. The programme is for junior snooker players in the Merseyside area.

The All Parliamentary Group for Snooker

WPBSA Launches New Parliamentary Group

The World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) is today pleased to announce the creation of an All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Snooker to support the sport in the United Kingdom. The Group brings together Members of the House of Commons and House of Lords from all major parties. It will meet regularly in Parliament… Read more »

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Amateurs at the D88.com German Masters Qualifiers

Congratulations to @judd147t for making a 1āƒ£4āƒ£7āƒ£ tonight at the https://t.co/zhLqNSJmMN German Masters qualifiers šŸ‘Š That's the 146th official maximum break in snooker history! pic.twitter.com/wR7HFCTvOv — World Snooker (@WorldSnooker) December 21, 2018

Amateur Snooker UK

Miss rule suggestion takes the Biskit

Tim Dunkley takes another look at snooker's controversial miss rule. Is this the answer? AS YOU know, Iā€™m not one to bang on about the miss rule. Oh, all right, I am. But I stumbled across a piece of genius the other day that certainly deserves a wider audience.   Let me say first of... Read more »