10 Results for tag: Darren Morgan
Several continental titles were decided during the recent 12-day stay of the European Billiards and Snooker Association (EBSA) at the Hotel Crown Plaza in the Serbian capital city of Belgrade.
Players from 31 different countries took part in this festival of European amateur snooker with 6-Red, Open, Women’s, Seniors and Team Championships on the ...
Former world number eight Darren Morgan
defeated Gavin Lewis 7-2 to win the 2019 Welsh Amateur Snooker Championship earlier this month.
The most prestigious tournament on the Welsh Billiards and Snooker Association circuit was first contested in 1928 and boasts big name previous winners such as Ray Reardon, Doug Mountjoy, Terry Griffiths, Dominic Dale, ...
Just 16 players remain in the hunt to become the first ever winner of the WSF Championships in Malta following the opening two sessions of the event on Thursday.
Held at the Dolmen Hotel, the tournament offers a key pathway to the World Snooker Tour, with the winner guaranteed to earn a two-year tour card from the beginning of the 2018/19 season and all ...
Brazil's Igor Figueiredo became the first winner of the WSF Seniors Championship on Saturday after he came from behind to defeat Welshman Darren Morgan
5-3 in the final.
The 40-year-old former professional from Rio de Janeiro reached the final following victory against Ireland's Michael Judge earlier in the day, while Morgan held off UAE star Mohamed ...
Just four players remain at the semi-final stage of the WSF Seniors Championship following the conclusion of play on the third day of the event in Malta.
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With the group stages having concluded on Thursday, 28 players began the day with their eyes on the prize, including a mix ...
The group stage draws for the first two tournaments to take place at the inaugural WSF Championships have been announced.
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Hosted by the World Snooker Federation, in conjunction with the Malta Billiards and Snooker Association at the Dolmen ...
It might seem like early days in the 2016/17 season, but with three ranking events already concluded and another to follow next week, already we can start to speculate as to which players have work to do if they are to remain on tour beyond the end of this season.
With every pound, dollar or euro to be earned between now and next May likely to be ...
Just three events into the 2016/17 season and already we have seen a number of 'firsts' on the World Snooker Tour from players up, down and even from some not part of the world ranking list. Today we take a look at some of those achievements...
Most obvious for inclusion in this list is of course Scotland's Anthony McGill, who made his big ...
Today I take a look back at last week's Kaspersky Riga Masters won by Neil Robertson and try to pick out some of the biggest stories from snooker's latest stop in Latvia.
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Australia's Neil Robertson has made the perfect start to the season with victory in ...
52 days after Mark Selby's victory at the Crucible Theatre, the two-time world champion will be amongst those back in action at the Kaspersky Riga Masters, the first televised snooker tournament of the 2016/17 season.
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