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Mark Selby clinched a 4-1 victory over fellow Englishman Dave Harold to set up a clash with Dominic Dale, who beat Thailand's Dechawat Poomjaeng 4-1. Matthew Stevens is also through after a 4-2 victory over Ian Burns. Fellow Welshman Michael White
Day one round-up UK Championship Taxi driver Gary Wilson beat Jamie Jones 6-0 as the UK Championship got under way at York's Barbican Centre. Welshman Jones, 25, reached the quarter-finals of the 2012 World Championship but was easily brushed aside
Coming from Australia, it did not come as a surprise when world number one snooker player Neil Robertson talked about his country`s great cricketing rivalry with India and Sachin Tendulkar`s retirement from Test cricket.
World No.1 Neil Robertson produced a magnificent display of attacking snooker to beat Noppon Saengkham 4-1 in his first round, even as the Indian wild card entrants failed to light up the green baize, losing their respective matches in the Indian
Pakistan's Majid Ali lost to Noppon Saengkham of Thailand in the final of the Under-21 Asian Snooker Championship on Sunday in Indore, India. The 20-year-old from Faisalabad, who is featuring in his second Asian junior event, put up a fight but
The Hindu Trailing 0-3, Rupesh Shah upped his game to defeat Thawat Sujaritthurakarn...Asian billiards championship at the Indore Tennis Club here on Saturday. National champion Alok Kumar also warded off a strong challenge from former World champion
World Championship in Bulgaria later this month, put on a great show throughout the tournament but in the final faced an opponent who proved far too good for the cueist from Faisalabad. He went down to a score of 61-10, 49-60, 60-40, 69-09, 31-63, 74-
Aditya started the semifinal confidently though despite playing against current World Snooker and Asian Under-21 Snooker champion Hossein. Quickly Aditya obtained 2-0 lead over Hossein as he was not interested to give any loose string to the Iranian.
Down 1-3 games in the best-of-nine quarter final, former Asian and World billiards champion, Praput Chaithanasukan, playing against the defending champion, Alok Kumar of India [ Images ], grafted a break of 52 in the fifth, to take the game. Having