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[11 Aug 2019 | No Comment | ]
Judd Trump is the WSIC 2019 Champion and the World n°1!

Judd Trump won the 2019 International Championship, beating Shaun Murphy by 10-3 in the Final. The tournament was played in Daqing, China, from August 4, 2019 to August 11, 2019. It was Judd’s first “outing” since he won the World Championship last May. In reaching the quarter finals, he also secured the Number 1 spot in the rankings. He’s now World Champion and World n°1. Congratulations Judd!
Here are excerpts from the report by Worldsnooker

Sunday 11 Aug 2019 01:46PM
World Champion Judd Trump produced a scintillating display to beat Shaun Murphy 10-3 …

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[29 Jul 2019 | No Comment | ]
Riga Masters 2019

The Riga Masters 2019 was played in Riga Arena, Riga, Latvia from 26 to 28 July 2019.
All grove players were involved except Judd Trump and Liang Wenbo. Neil Robertson was the defending champion. However he didn’t get the opportunity to defend his title: an unlikely combination of events meant that his flight to Riga was canceled whilst no other flight could get him there in time for his first match.
Ali Carter, Luca Brecel and Oliver Lines lost in the first round at the main venue (last 64). Jack Lisowski reached …

Jack Lisowski, Liang Wenbo, Luca Brecel, Tournament news »

[29 Jul 2019 | No Comment | ]

The professional non-ranking team snooker tournament took place from 24 to 30 June 2019 at the Wuxi City Sports Park Stadium in Wuxi, China.Three Grove players were involved: Jack Lisowski played for England alongside Kyren Wilson, Luca Brecel played for Belgium with Ben Mertens – a 14 years old amateur – and Liang Wenbo played for China B partnered by Zhou Yuelong. All three teams made it to the knock-out stage. Belgium lost in the quarter-finals, England was beaten by China B in the semi-finals, and China B lost …

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

[18 Jun 2019 | No Comment | ]
Riga Masters 2019 and International Championship 2019 Qualifiers

The first sets of 2019/20 qualifiers were played in Ponds Forge (Sheffield) over the last week.
Neil Robertson is the defending champion at the Riga Masters and as such his first round match is held over. He will face Robert Milkins at the venue. The other Grove players who entered the event are Ali Carter, Luca Brecel, Jack Lisowski and Oliver Lines. All of them won their last 128 match and will be in Riga.
All the results for the Riga Masters Qualifiers are on snooker.org
All the Grove players entered the International …

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

[7 Apr 2019 | No Comment | ]
Neil Robertson wins the China Open 2019

The China Open 2019 was played in Beijing from April 1 to April 7, 2019. Neil Robertson beat Jack Lisowski by 11-4 in the final. It was quite a successful event from the Grove as the semi finals featured three of their players. Neil Robertson emerged the winner – by 10-7 – of an all Grove battle against Luca Brecel. It was a very high quality match. Jack Lisowski outplayed his opponent, Scott Donaldson in the other semi final, which he won by 10-1.

Neil was appearing in his fourth consecutive …

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

[25 Mar 2019 | No Comment | ]

All Grove players, except Oliver Lines and Liang Wenbo have been involved in this season Championship League snooker. Three of them, Neil Robertson, Judd Trump and Jack Lisowski made it to the winners group. Jack made it to the Final but, unfortunately was then beaten by Martin Gould.
All detailed results on Wikipedia

Jack Lisowski, Luca Brecel, Tournament news »

[13 Mar 2019 | No Comment | ]

The Indian Open 2019 was played in Kerala from 27 February to 3 March 2019. The tournament was initially scheduled in 2018, last autumn, but was postponed because of terrible floods that affected the area. Luca Brecel and Neil Robertson had qualified for it back then. Neil chose to withdraw. Jack Lisowski had his first match held-over, but didn’t get past the last 64. Luca made it to the last 16. The tournament was won by Matthew Selt.

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

[18 Feb 2019 | No Comment | ]
Neil Robertson wins the 2019 Welsh Open

Neil Robertson beat Stuart Bingham by 9-7 in a tense final in Cardiff to lift the Ray Reardon Trophy. It was Neil’s 15th ranking title and the second Welsh Open victory. The first came in 2007 – when he beat Andrew Higginson by 9-8 – only his second ranking title at the time.
The tournament was played in Cardiff from February 11 to February 17, 2019.
It wasn’t a great tournament for the Grove team overall, with Jack Lisowski being “second best” to Neil with a modest last 16 run. …

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[21 Jan 2019 | No Comment | ]
Judd is the Masters 2019 Champion

Having reached the Final at the Masters for the first time, Judd Trump went on to win the title in emphatic manner. He completely outplayed Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final, beating him by 10-4. Judd made most of the damage in the first session, which he won by 7-1.

Ronnie came fighting back in the evening, but could only share the session. All week Judd played solid snooker. His safety game was excellent, his potting devastating, and, above all his discipline was impeccable. After the match, Judd thanked his family …

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

[18 Dec 2018 | One Comment | ]
Scottish Open 2018

The Scottish Open 2018 was played at the Emirates Arena in Glasgow, from December 10 to December 16, 2018. Neil Robertson was the defending Champion. The tournament was won by Mark Allen who beat Shaun Murphy by 9-7 in the Final.
Neil Robertson was the defending champion but made an early exit as he was beaten by Ross Muir in the second round (last 64) by 4-2. Neil was clearly thrown out of his rhythm by his opponent slow pace and complained about that right after the match. It transpired …