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[8 Oct 2018 | No Comment | ]
European Masters 2018

The European Masters 2018 was played at “De Soeverein”, in Lommel, Belgium, from 1 to 7 October 2018. The tournament was won by Jimmy Robertson, who beat Joe Perry by 9-6 in the Final.
All Grove players were playing in this tournament. Both Luca and Judd had their last 128 match held-over, Luca being the only Belgian player on the tour, and Judd being the defending champion, and both went on to win those matches.Judd was looking to make it three in a row but it wasn’t to be this time.
It …

Ali Carter, Jack Lisowski, Judd Trump, Liang Wenbo, Luca Brecel, Neil Robertson, Tournament news »

[30 Sep 2018 | No Comment | ]
China Championship 2018

The Evergrande China Championship 2018 was held in Guangzhou, from 24 to 30 September 2018. It was won by Mark Selby who beat John Higgins by 10-9 in the Final.
Luca Brecel was the defending champion but got no further than the last 64, where he lost by 5-3 to Martin O’Donnell. Ali Carter lost at the same stage, losing to Fergal O’Brien by 5-1 but remarkably made a 144 in that single frame he won and this ended up being the Highest break of the tournament.
Neil Robertson and Jack Lisowski …

Ali Carter, Jack Lisowski, Judd Trump, Liang Wenbo, Luca Brecel, Neil Robertson, Oliver Lines, Tournament news »

[23 Aug 2018 | No Comment | ]
Trio of Qualifiers: Indian Open, European Masters and China Championship 2018

Over the last week, three sets of qualifying rounds were played in Preston.
Indian Open 2018 – last 128 – 15-16 Aug 2018
Three Grove players were involved: LIang Wenbo, Oliver Lines and Luca Brecel. All three won their qualifying match. Neil Robertson and Jack Lisowski are also in the draw but their match is held over to the main venue. Regarding the main event, that was due to be played in September, it has been postponed because of the floods affecting the Kerala area. Of course it’s a sensible decision: surely …

Ali Carter, Jack Lisowski, Judd Trump, Liang Wenbo, Luca Brecel, Neil Robertson, Oliver Lines, Tournament news »

[11 Jul 2018 | No Comment | ]

This time all Grove players entered the tournament and, except Oliver, all who needed to qualify won their opening match. Wenbo and Neil have their last 2128 match held over to the venue.
Judd made very light work of tour rookie Kishan Hirani, beating him by 5-0
Luca did (nearly) the same to Ian Burns, beating him by 5-1 with breaks of 95, 77, 74 and 67.
Ali also recorde an emphatic 5-0 against Basel Eltahhan. Ali had a 98 and a 82.
Jack won his match against Zhang Jiankang by 5-2 with breaks …

Ali Carter, Jack Lisowski, Liang Wenbo, Luca Brecel, Neil Robertson, Oliver Lines, Tournament news »

[9 Jul 2018 | No Comment | ]

All Grove players, except for Judd, were competing in the Riga Masters Qualifiers in Preston last week (July 2nd 2018 – July 5th 2018). All of them won their qualifying match and will be in Latvia at the end of this month.
Neil beat young Luo Honghao by 4-2. Luo was the winner of the inaugural WSF Championship in Malta last spring. It was a high quality match with a break over 60 in every frame. It was streamed.
Luca beat Allan Taylor by 4-2. This match was close and devoid of …

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[1 Jul 2018 | No Comment | ]
Wenbo returns to the Grove

Ahead of the 2018/19 season Liang Wenbo returns to the Grove … and everyone is very happy to welcome him back.
Wenbo said “I had many success with Grove in the past, got to the final of the UK and win his first tournament after that. I lost focus last year and I believe that with the coaching and back up I have with Grove in the coming years I can start winning again. I like the coaching and facilities used in Grove and Django understands my needs more than anyone”
Django …

Cao Yupeng, James Cahill, Judd Trump, Li Hang, Liang Wenbo, Neil Robertson, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu, Zhang Anda »

[1 Jan 2016 | No Comment | ]

The German Masters 2016 qualifying rounds took place in Wigan from 15th to 19th of December 2015. The players had to win 2 matches to book their place in the tournament proper that will be played in the Tempodron, Berlin, early February. Judd, Wenbo and Anda will be in Berlin, having won their two matches. The biggest surprise of those qualifiers was probably Neil’s defeat to an amateur, Ashley Hugill. Neil wasn’t alone in his fate though, as as many as 7 out of the top 16 failed to qualify. …

Cao Yupeng, James Cahill, Judd Trump, Li Hang, Liang Wenbo, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu »

[16 Dec 2015 | No Comment | ]

The fifth European Tour event of the 2015/16 season was played in Gibraltar from 11 to 12 December 2015. It was won by Marco Fu. Most Grove players were competing but Neil decided to give it a miss and withdrew. Wenbo continued his good run, reaching the semi finals where he lost to the eventual champion, Marco Fu. En route to the semis, Wenbo had defeated David Grace – again – and World n°1 Mark Selby.
You can find all the detailed results on cuetracker.net.

Cao Yupeng, Featured, James Cahill, Judd Trump, Li Hang, Liang Wenbo, Lyu Chenwei, Neil Robertson, Oliver Lines, Tournament news, Yu Delu, Zhang Anda »

[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 …

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.