Northern Ireland's Mark Allen won his first ranking title today after emphatically beating Stephen Lee 10-1 in the final of the Haikou World Open 2012 on Hainan Island, China.
Mark Allen Profile, News & Interviews from Snooker World Open Champion Mark Allen
It's day two of the PartyPoker.net German Masters at the Tempdorom, Berlin. The likes of Judd Trump, Neil Robertson and Ronnie O'Sullivan all enter the tournament today hoping to take home the €50,000 first prize.
Apologies for the delay, here are the second annual Maximum Snooker Awards for the year of 2011! Who will win the coveted player of the year award and there a few new awards including best break of the year.
Some of my best photos taken of the venue, people and the players at the Williamhill.com Snooker UK Championship 2011 at the Barbican Centre, York. Includes photos of the final between Judd Trump and Mark Allen.
Judd Trump has beaten Mark Allen 10-8 in the final to win the Williamhill.com snooker UK Championship 2011 title at the Barbican Centre, York. It is the young Bristolian's second title in a year and his first UK crown.
News, scores and photos live from the Judd Trump v Mark Allen final in the williamhill.com snooker UK Championship 2011 at the Barbican Centre, York. Neither of these left-handed youngsters have been in a UK final before, who will take the title tonight?
Results, news and photos live from the Ricky Walden v Mark Allen semi-final match in the snooker williamhill.com UK Championship 2011 at the Barbican Centre, York. Which of the two tournament outsiders will join Judd Trump in the final tomorrow?
Round-up and results of all the last 16 matches at the williamhill.com snooker UK Championship 2011. Plenty of shocks happened as defending champion John Higgins lost to Stephen Maguire and qualifier Marco Fu beat Mark Selby.
Mark Allen the world no.14 from Northern Ireland recently spoke out against Barry Hearn and how he has changed snooker in recent years. In an interview with On Q Promotions he speaks more about the chairman, the state of snooker, life on the circuit and more.
It's day 2 of the Australian Goldfields Open in Bendigo, Australia and like with the first day of the tournament there have been plenty more shocks. The biggest so far has to be the defeat of the world champion John Higgins by Romford's Matthew Selt.
After beating the Republic of Ireland and then favourites Wales in the semi-finals, the Chinese team of Ding Junhui & Liang Wenbo went one better by beating Northern Ireland 4-2 in the final of the PTT-EGAT Snooker World Cup in Thailand.
Just like with the Masters a few months back, many top seeds fell at the very first hurdle in this year's Bank of Beijing China Open first round. This included the likes of defending champion Mark Williams, Ronnie O'Sullivan and Stephen Maguire.
After six days of top drawer Snooker, some terrible shots and plenty of first round shock exit's, we are left with our four semi-finalists. Who would of predicted this line-up? First up is Hong Kong's Marco Fu against giant-slayer Mark Allen. And in the evening it's the shotgun Jamie Cope against the dragon Ding Junhui.
After four days of intense, often scrappy performances we have our eight quarter-finalists. A week of shocks mean the highest ranked amongst those to have made it through include Neil Robertson, Ding Junhui and Peter Ebdon. Its time for the quarter-finals preview!
Final day of action at the 5th European Players Tour Championship event in Hamm, Germany. The man of the moment was John Higgins and no one would be expecting to say that a week ago.
Day 2 of action at the fifth European Players Tour Championship event in Hamm, Germany where the last first round matches were played and the top 16 were decided.