Liang Wenbo’s hopes of reaching the Crucible lie in tatters this evening after he lost the first NINE frames in his crucial World Championship qualifier. Advertisements
Liang Wenbo has made a stunning maximum break in his bid to secure a place at this year’s World Championship.
Fergal O’Brien and David Gilbert played out the longest official frame in snooker history when their deciding frame shootout lasted just over TWO HOURS.
The past two days has seen 32 players battle it out knowing one more win will earn them a place in snooker paradise – The Crucible Theatre.
A total of 32 players will battle it out over the coming two days to secure a place in the 2017 World Championship.
A busy night of action is set to get underway this as players from around the globe bid to make it a step closer to reaching this year’s World Championship.
Fifteen-year-old Jackson Page will get the opportunity to qualify for the World Championships – it has been revealed.