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Cao Yupeng, Chen Zhe, James Cahill, Li Hang, Luca Brecel, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu »

[21 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]
Northern Ireland Open 2016

The tournament was held at the Titanic Exhibition Center in Belfast from November 14 to November 21, 2016 and was won by Mark King, who beat Barry Hawkins by 9-8 in the final. Neither Judd nor Neil took part, both wanting to take a break in order to prepare for the all important UK Championship. None of the Grove players involved went past the last 32, Luca and Zhang Anda being the only two who reached that stage.
All the tournament detailed results are on Cuetracker as usual

Ethan Walsh, Table Tennis »

[17 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]
Success For Ethan In Hungarian Youth Open

Ethan recently picked to represent England table tennis in the Cadet Boys had some great success whilst competing. In Ethans cadet group he won 2 out of his 3 matches beating Ziga Zigon from Slovenia 3-2 and followed up with a 3-1 victory over Adam Klaber from Slovakia which resulted with Ethan through to the knockout stages. Ethan ended up with a tough match against the number 28 in the world Amin Ahmadian from Iran and had a great match against him but eventually Ethan lost 3-1 nearly pushing Amin …

Judd Trump, Neil Robertson, Tournament news »

[14 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]

The Champion of Champions 2016 was held in the Ricoh Arena, in Coventry from November 7th to November 12th, 2016 and was won by John Higgins who beat Ronnie O’Sullivan by 10-7 in the final. Both Judd and Neil took part. Neil was the defending Champion, but lost in the last 16 to Stuart Bingham. Judd went one better, losing in the QF to the eventual winner John Higgins.
All detailed results are on Cuetracker as usual.

Judd Trump, Neil Robertson, Tournament news »

[6 Nov 2016 | No Comment | ]
China Championship 2016

The first China Championship took place in Guangzhou from 1 to 5 November 2016. The tournament will become ranking and open to 128 players next year, but this first instalment was invitational, very lucrative, and featuring 16 players only. Judd and Neil were involved as top 10 players, but neither got past the first round: Judd to Ali Carter, Neil to Michael Holt. John Higgins won the event.
All results are on Cuetracker as usual.