It's the sixth day of the Australian Goldfields Open in Bendigo and we know the identity of the two players that will be in tomorrow's final. Stuart Bingham continued his impressive form of late and saw off Shaun Murphy and Mark Williams came through his match against Ken Doherty.
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It's the fifth day of the Australian Goldfields Open in Bendigo and the quarter-finals were held today. There were more shocks today as Stuart Bingham made it through the grudge match against Mark Allen and Ken Doherty beat Wuxi Classic champion Mark Selby.
World Snooker hosted it's inaugural awards ceremony at the Dorchester Hotel, London today in support of the killing cancer charity. Many awards were given out on the night but the big one; the World Snooker player of the year went to the UK, Welsh and World Champion; John Higgins!
After months of waiting the first day of competition in the Betfred.com World Snooker Championship's at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield has finally started! The fans were treated to a feast of Snooker on the opening day including a shock result in the Neil Robertson v Judd Trump opening match.
After three days of exciting matches, multiple final frame deciders and relatively few shocks we know which players have made it through to the last 16 of the Wyldecrest Park Homes Welsh Open at the Newport Centre with the Welsh trio; Mark Williams, Ryan Day and Matthew Stevens all making it through.
'Welsh Potting Machine' Mark Williams has won his second ranking title in less than a year by beating Mark Selby 9-7 in an exciting German Masters final at the Tempodrom in Berlin. Mark takes home 50,000 Euro's and his 18th ranking title of his career.
After an exciting first day of action at the Ladbrokes Mobile Masters where both Mark Selby and Ali Carter lost to lower seeds Mark King and Peter Ebdon respectively, I was in attendance of the second day with more shocks to come in the Ding v Williams and Dott v Higgins matches.
It's the end of the year and the end of professional competition for a few weeks until the Masters in January, so it's time to give out some awards to some players that have achieved the most on the baize over the last 12 months. Who will win the coveted Maximum Snooker Player of the Year title?
It's the final day of action at the 12BET.com UK Championship in Telford and it has come down to the final match which went all the way to the final frame and brown ball. The winner was the resurgent John Higgins who beat Mark Williams in what was one of the best matches I have ever seen.
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