Articles Archive for June 2014
Featured, Liang Wenbo, Neil Robertson »
Neil, Judd and Wenbo are all in Bendigo for the Australian Open 2014 (June 30 – July 6, 2014). Neil fresh from his Wuxi success and a finalist last year, will try to get one better and lift the trophy in his home country. Wenbo lost to Robert Milkins in L32. Judd and Neil are through to the Final. Neil is now certain to be n°1 again after this tournament.
Cao Yupeng, Judd Trump, Liang Wenbo, Lyu Chenwei, Neil Robertson, Yu Delu »
The Wuxi Classic is the first tournament of the new season and is scheduled from 23 to 29 June, 2014 in Wuxi, China. Neil is the defending champion. Five Grove players are competing: Neil, Judd, Yu Delu, Liang Wenbo, Cao Yupeng and Lyu Chenwei. Yu had a wilcard to play first but lost. Wenbo had a great win over Mark Selby in the last 32. Judd, Cao and Wenbo lost in the last 16. Neil beat Joe Perry by 10-9 in the Final and it clearly meant a lot …
Jack Lisowski, Judd Trump »
TEENAGE CANCER TRUST PATRON THE DUCHESS OF YORK AND WORLD SNOOKER PLAYERS JUDD TRUMP AND JACK LISOWSKI OPEN FIRST SPECIALIST TEENAGE CANCER UNIT IN THE SOUTH WEST
Yesterday, Sarah, Duchess of York and world snooker players Judd Trump and Jack Lisowski, officially opened at Bristol Haematology Oncology Centre, the first specialist Teenage Cancer Trust unit in the South West for local young people with cancer.
Each year, over 200 young people from Bristol, Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Devon and Cornwall, are diagnosed with cancer. Across the UK, around seven are diagnosed every …
Cao Xinlong, Li Hang, Liang Wenbo, Tournament news, Yu Delu, Zhang Anda »
Ethan Walsh, Headline »
There has been a big lead up with lots of intense training for Ethan due to the National Championships being held over the weekend 31st May. In the final Ethan had Jamie Liu from the Kingfisher Club in Reading – Ethan ran onto the court when called to play in the final and looked mentally strong. A big crowd had come to watch the final and Ethan was up for every bit of it. Ethan won the first set easy 11-3 coming out with amazing forehand and backhand loops …