Mark Allen continued his rich vein of form to win the Champion of Champions for the first time in his career.
Mark Allen produced a stunning display to beat world number 1 Judd Trump and reach the Champion of Champions final.
Ronnie O’Sullivan and Mark Allen were involved in an extraordinary heated exchange in the late stages of their Champion of Champions quarter-final clash.
Next week’s Champions of Champions is to start in style with Neil Robertson taking on snooker legend Jimmy White.
Ronnie O’Sullivan has won the Champion of Champions event for the third time in his career after coming back from behind to win a final frame decider against Kyren Wilson.
Kyren Wilson will face Ronnie O’Sullivan in Sunday’s Champion of Champions final after he held his nerve to win a thrilling semi-final against Mark Allen.
Sometimes snooker is a lot more than just knocking in big breaks and producing good safety play.
In this form, it will take a lot to stop Mark Allen getting his hands on another trophy this week.
Kyren Wilson produced two world class displays on the same day as he stormed his way into the Champion of Champions semi-finals.
Ronnie O’Sullivan has insisted he is no longer playing for ranking points or positions because he finds that some ranking events are “chaos” and “demotivating” to play in.