The first of the Triple Crown events in the snooker season, the UK Championship held at York’s Barbican Centre, is a chance for the stars of this green baize sport to lay down a marker going into the second half of their campaign.
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Ronnie O'Sullivan has further extended the record of most century breaks made in professional events by knocking in a further two to reach 950 total in his semi-final victory against Stuart Bingham at the Shanghai Masters.
The first event of snooker’s Triple Crown will take place at the York Barbican on 27 Nov - 9 Dec 2018, and it looks set to be one of the most hotly contented tournaments which we have seen for some time.
Five-time World Snooker Champion Ronnie O'Sullivan has confirmed that he is pulling out of the upcoming European Masters event in Lommel, Belgium.
There has been 139th officially record professional 147 maximum snooker breaks since Steve Davis's 147 at the Lada Classic in 1982. Let's take a look back at some of these most memorable breaks.
Snooker is one of the all time best recreational games a person can play yet. The game requires much mental calculation as well as it requires focus, precision and many other physical qualities.
Earlier this year, Ronnie O’ Sullivan teamed up with the online gaming company Playtech, to bring casino players the first ever online slot game fronted by a professional snooker star. And what better way to celebrate the release of Ronnie O’ Sullivan Sporting Legends than bringing you some top tips for getting started at the snooker table.
“Welsh Potting Machine” Mark Williams was in imperious form in winning the World Snooker Championship 2018 final last month. Where can the now three-time World Champion go from here?
For the upcoming 2018/2019 professional World Snooker season, there will be an incredible 20 different ranking events up for grabs.
On top of prestigious invitational, The Masters, as well as the Champion of Champions and the new "Tour Championship" ranking event that features the top eight players from the one-year ranking list, this season will fiercly contested.
Another compelling snooker season culminates in a couple of weeks of green baize battles at the sport’s spiritual home, The Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, at the 2018 World Championship from 21st April to 7th May. With this year’s event just around the corner, we take a detailed look at five leading contenders to win the top prize in snooker.