Barry Hearn has done lots to bring the game back to life, but I get the feeling that another major change is about to take place. Or at least is starting to happen. Alan McManus has penned some interesting stuff in his blog, as has Shaun Murphy. The changes they seem to be looking at… Read more »
Some really good tips here for keen amateur players. Fantastic masterclass !
Brilliant video here of the great Joe Davis ! C/U of the snooker player Joe Davies – he holds his snooker cue and smiles at the camera. Camera dissolve to the triangle of snooker balls on the table. Joe “breaks”. Dissolve to Joe standing by the table. “His stance, whether playing “safe” or “open”… Read more »
WALES RETAINS BRONZE CHAMPIONSHIP Tyler Rees from Llanelli Welsh talent shines through for the second year in succession. The West of England Billiards & Snooker Foundation, Bronze Waistcoat Open Snooker Championship for under 16’s was hosted and sponsored by Jesters Snooker Club, Swindon. This ‘grass roots’ tournament provides a platform for young players to demonstrate their talent. 17… Read more »
Nine-year-old Harry Wilson had one of those days to remember. On Saturday morning, the left-hander from Havant compiled a personal best seven-ball break of 22 against his twin, Lewis, in the Eastleigh & District Under-19 League and still lost the frame – but secured the Division 2 title. On his debut in the Open Series in… Read more »