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[27 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
Judd wins the International Championship 2012

Following Ronnie’s withdrawal, Judd was the only Grove player in Chengdu as the International Championship ran from October 28, till November 4, 2012. He booked his place in the final taking the World n°1 spot. And to top a great week he beat Neil Robertson 10-8 to take the title!

Ronnie O'Sullivan, Tournament news »

[26 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
Ronnie O’ Sullivan withdraws from the International Championschip

Ronnie O’Sullivan Statement

I’m very sorry that I had to officially withdraw from the International Championship, due to ongoing health problems. I would have loved to be fit to compete in Chengdu but I have been advised by my doctor not to travel.I want to sincerely apologise to Worldsnooker, the sponsors and the fans for the disappointment caused. I look forward to see you all soon

Jack Lisowski, Judd Trump, Liang Wenbo, Tournament news »

[17 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]
EPTC 2012 Event 3 – Acuerate Antwerp Open as it happened

The Acuerate Antwerp Open 2012 started on October 17, 2012 with the amateur qualifying rounds. The pros came in action from Friday, October 19, 2012, on. Judd Trump, the defending champion, aimed at retaining his title, but the man he beat in what was branded the “best ‘best of 7′ ever”, Ronnie O’ Sullivan, will not compete in Belgium this time. Unfortunately he couldn’t as our Jack beat him in the last 64. As we reached the final day Jack was the last Grove man standing but he …

Liang Wenbo, Stuart Bingham, Tournament news »

[3 Oct 2012 | No Comment | ]

Liang Wenbo and Stuart Bingham have qualified for the final phase of the Gdynia Open (5-7 October 2012). Wenbo played Andy Hicks at 11am (local time) on the 5th in the very first match of the tournament and beat him 4-0. He the faced Jimmy White in the last 16 and lost 3-4 having lead 3-1 and 47-0. At the same stage, Stuart lost by the same score Tian Pengfei in a rather strange match. More detailed result here