The first qualifying event for the UK Seniors Championship takes place next month at the new i20 Snooker Club in Kowloon, Hong Kong.
Organised by World Seniors Snooker, the event is open to players who are over 40 and has already attracted entries from the UK and mainland Europe, as well as China, Thailand, Australia and New Zealand.
With renowned ...
Former world number 31 Mark Johnston-Allen is the latest player who will dare to dream on the World Seniors Snooker Tour (WSST) having entered a qualifying event for the 2019 World Seniors Snooker Championship.
A two-time ranking event finalist, Johnston-Allen is perhaps best remembered for his perfect 3-0 record against seven-time world champion ...
will return to competitive action during the 2018/19 season following the announcement that he will participate in this season's World Seniors Snooker Tour (WSST).
The seven-time world champion and 36-time ranking event winner has confirmed that he will play in no fewer than four tournaments, starting with the upcoming UK Seniors Champio...
The World Seniors Tour has announced Assetereum Crypto Currency as the main sponsor for 2018 World Seniors Championship, to be held at The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe from 20-24 March 2018.
Assetereum is a Yorkshire based company which has had huge success in the utilities and online shopping sector. Former professional world snooker champion Joe Johnson is ...
Following a significant number of questions that I have received following the decision to award invitational tour cards (ITCs) to Ken Doherty and Jimmy White this season, today I am going to try to set out a few of the basics as to their operation and their effect upon the world ranking list.
Discretionary ITCs have in fact existed since the ...
Ronnie O’Sullivan will face John Higgins in the first round of the Hong Kong Masters next month as many of the world’s top stars gather for the invitation event.
Organized by the Hong Kong Billiard Sports Control Council Co. Ltd. (HKBSCC), subvented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) and sanctioned by World Snooker Limited (WSL), ...
Earlier today it was announced that the World Seniors Championship will return to the snooker calendar in 2017.
To be staged by Jason Francis of Snooker Legends, in partnership with seven-times world champion Stephen Hendry
, the tournament will carry a top prize of £10,000, together with a place at this season’s Betfred World Championship qualifiers ...