7 Results for tag: David Lilley

Tour Survival 2019: Five to Go

With just five events still to be completed during the 2018/19 season today we take a look at the state of play in this season's battle for tour survival, with several big names needing wins to be sure of retaining their places on the World Snooker Tour. View the latest provisional end of season rankings View the indicative prize money schedule for ... More

Challenge Tour 2018/19: Event 10 Preview

The tenth and final Challenge Tour event of the season will take place across Wednesday and Thursday at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester. A reintroduced secondary tier circuit for amateurs, the 2018/19 Challenge Tour campaign began back in June and has visited venues across England and further afield in Latvia, Germany, Belgium and Hungary. ... More

Filipiak Claims European Championship in Israel

Kacper Filipiak became the first player ever from Poland to win the European Amateur Snooker Championship following a 5-4 victory against David Lilley in the final at the U Magic Palace Hotel in Eilat, Israel on Saturday afternoon. Organised by the European Billiards and Snooker Association (EBSA), a member of the World Snooker Federation, this ... More

WSF Championship Reaches Last 16

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 ... More

WSF Championship Set for Knockout Rounds

The draw for the knockout stages of the inaugural WSF Championship has been made today in Malta. View the knockout draw Following the conclusion of the final round robin group matches on Wednesday morning, the initial 90-strong field has been reduced to 54 players all looking to take home the winner’s trophy and earn their place on the World ... More

Tour Survival 2017: The Early Running

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 ... More

Early Season Firsts

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... Progression Most obvious for inclusion in this list is of course Scotland's Anthony McGill, who made his big ... More