5 Results for tag: Dave Causier

Causier is Champion in Leeds

David Causier made a winning return to the World Billiards circuit when he claimed and defended the recent Northern Snooker Centre Open in Leeds; the final event of the 2018/19 season.  Having opted not to enter recent stops on the circuit both in the UK and abroad, the former world champion and current world number two showed no signs of competitive ... More

Causier Is A Double Champion In Carlow

For the second consecutive month, David Causier has won both legs of a major World Billiards double-header. His latest victories came at the Ivy Rooms in Carlow, Republic of Ireland where he got his hands on both the Irish and European Open trophies. Irish Open Causier made his intentions clear during the curtain-raising Irish Open, a level three world ... More

Causier Claims Both Titles at Leeds Double Header

David Causier bagged himself a brace of major World Billiards titles at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds over the last week. UK Open The multiple world champion began his trip to Yorkshire with victory in the level 4 ranked UK Open. Causier was ruthless in qualifying, finishing top of his group with four wins out of four, before eliminating Craig ... More

Kothari Reflects on ‘Miraculous’ World Billiards Championship Victory

The official World Billiards Championship is steeped in a rich and colourful history with roots dating back to as far as 1825 when Edwin Kentfield was declared as the first champion. Throughout the different generations, greats of the three-ball game from both sides of the world - and in between - have lifted the trophy. Rules, venues, formats and faces ... More

Kothari Wins World Billiards Title

India's Sourav Kothari defeated Peter Gilchrist 1134-944 to capture the World Billiards Championship for the first time in his career at the England's Northern Snooker Centre. Hosted and organised by World Billiards, this year's event was successfully played under a new format which sees the familiar 13-day competition split into two separate events ... More