Kyle to tackle the baize at Disability Championship

TV’s JEREMY Kyle will swap resolving heated family disputes for life on the baize when he plays a frame of snooker during this year’s Disability Snooker Championship. The ITV star will be the special VIP guest at Gloucester’s The Capital Venue, formerly the South West Snooker Academy, which will play host to the long-standing event…

Dutch glory for Williams

FORMER world champion Mark Williams clinched his first trophy in more than two years after victory over Mark Selby gave him the first ever Rotterdam Open. The Welshman, who won snooker’s biggest prize in 1998 and 2003, came back from 2-1 down against the world number to lift the latest European PTC event. The last…

2013 Australian Goldfields Open – Day 2 Report

MARK Selby fought back from three frames behind to avoid back to back early exits in major competitions in a competitive second day of the Australian Open. The world number two, who failed to qualify for the Wuxi Classic after a shock defeat to Andrew Pagett just six weeks ago, came back from 3-0 down…

2013 Australian Goldfields Open – Day 1 Report

BARRY Hawkins began his title defence of the Australian Open with an impressive 5-1 victory against Dechawat Poomjaeng. Last season’s World Championship runner-up was in impressive form on the opening day of the competition in Bendigo as four breaks of 50+ saw him ease to the last 16 against the Thai potter. Wuxi Classic winner…