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[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. …

Jack Lisowski, Judd Trump, Neil Robertson, Tournament news »

[8 Feb 2019 | No Comment | ]

The television stages of the German Masters 2019 – starting at the last 32 – were played at the Tempodrom in Berlin from January 30, 2019 to February 3, 2019. The event was won by Kyren Wilson, who beat David Gilbert by 9-7 in the Final.
Only three Grove players were involved: Jack Lisowski, Neil Robertson and Judd Trump. Jack lost in the last 32 to Duane Jones, the surprise semi-finalist. Judd and Neil both lost in the quarter finals, to Stephen Maguire and David Gilbert respectively.
All results are available …

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 …

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

[11 Dec 2018 | No Comment | ]
UK Championship 2018

The UK Championship 2018 was played at the York Barbican from November 27 to December 9, 2018. Ronnie O’Sullivan successfully defended his title, setting a new records of 7 UK Championship titles, and 19 Triple Crowns. He beat Mark Allen by 10-6 in the Final.
All Grove players were involved. Three of them – Jack Lisowski, Judd Trump and Neil Robertson – reached the last 16. Jack lost by 6-1 to Ronnie, the eventual champion, Neil lost by 6-5 to Mark Allen, the runner-up, and Judd fell by 6-4 to …

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

[19 Nov 2018 | No Comment | ]
Judd is the Northern Ireland Open 2018 Champion

The Northern Ireland Open 2018 was played at the Waterfront, Belfast, from November 12 to November 18, 2018.
Judd won the event, defeating Ronnie O’Sullivan by 9-7 in the Final
Here is the report on Worldsnooker

Sunday 18 Nov 2018 10:09PM
Judd Trump claimed his first ranking title in over a year with a stunning 9-7 defeat of Ronnie O’Sullivan in the final of the BetVictor Northern Ireland Open in Belfast.

The momentous victory for Trump is his fourth win in a final over five-time Crucible king O’Sullivan and reduces his head-to-head deficit with the …

Judd Trump, Luca Brecel, Neil Robertson, Tournament news »

[19 Nov 2018 | No Comment | ]
Champion of Champions 2018

The Champion of Champions 2018 was competed at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry from November 5 to November 11, 2018. It was won by Ronnie O’Sullivan who defeated Kyren Wilson by 10-9 in the Final.
Grove had three players involved in the tournament: Neil, Luca and Judd. Luca and Judd collided at the group stage, with Judd emerging the winner by 4-1. However Judd lost heavily – by 6-1- in the QF to Kyren Wilson. Neil also made the QF, having beaten the World n°1, Mark Selby by 4-3 in the …

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

[26 Oct 2018 | No Comment | ]

The qualifiers for the International Championship 201! were played in Barnsley from 9 to 12 October 2018. Players had to win one match to book their place in the main event proper.
Unfortunately Jack and Oliver had to play each other and it’s Jack who came out the winner by 6-5. Neil, Judd and Ali also qualified, whilst Luca lost to Jordan Brown by 6-5. Liang, being China’s n°2, has his last 128 match held-over to the main venue.
All results and some footages can be found on snooker.org

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

[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 …