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[27 Nov 2015 | No Comment | ]
UK Championship 2015

York Barbican, York – 24 November – 6 December, 2015.Neil won the UK Championship for the second time, beating Wenbo by 10-5. It was the first ever UK final, in 39 instalments, not featuring a UK or Irish player. Neil also made the first ever 147 in a UK Championship final in frame 6 of the match. It was the first in a triple crown final.
But Wenbo did play his part and many will have warmed to this lovely, animated boy who takes everyone along with him in his journey …

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[11 Nov 2015 | No Comment | ]
Neil is the Champion of Champions 2015

Coventry, UK – 2-15 November, 2015.
Judd and Neil were competing in the Champion of Champions 2015. Judd was runner-up to Ronnie O’Sullivan last year, but lost 4-2 to Kyren Wilson in the first round, on first day this time. Neil went on to win the event, beating Mark Allen by 10-5 in the Final.. He also got the tournament HB, 144 that he scored during the SF against Joe Perry.

James Cahill, Judd Trump, Liang Wenbo, Lyu Chenwei, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Zhang Anda »

[9 Nov 2015 | No Comment | ]
ET 4 – Bulgarian Open 2015

Sofia, Bulgaria – 6-8 November 2015
Only Judd made it to the Finals day; he reached the QF, losing 4-1 to Sam Baird, a devastating player on his day but sometimes inconsistent. Oliver Lines gave also a good account of himself; he got to the last 32, losing to an in-form Mark Williams.

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[1 Nov 2015 | No Comment | ]
International Championship 2015

Daqing, China – October 23-31, 2015
Cao Yupeng, Oliver Lines, Yu Delu, Liang Wenbo and Neil Robertson were in Daqing for the television stage of the tournament. Wenbo had his last 128 match held over. All except Cao reached the last 32, but only Neil progressed further. He lost to mark Selby in the QF.