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Praneel Singh will use this weekend's National Ranking Tournament as a build-up to the Oceania Snooker Championships that will be played at the end of the month...Singh is currently ranked number two in Fiji from last year's competitions. Only the
Nand is eyeing a top four finish in snooker's first national ranking tournament of the year. The event will be hosted this weekend at the Fiji Club in Suva, although games will also be played at the Merchants and Defence clubs. The 31-year-old has
16 Ronnie O'Sullivan leads Ding Junhui in Welsh Open final World champion Ronnie O'Sullivan needs just two more frames for victory after opening up a commanding 7-1 lead over Ding Junhui in the Welsh Open final. O'Sullivan surged ahead, taking the
Ding Junhui beats Perry to make final World number three Ding Junhui came from behind to reach the final of the Welsh Open with a 6-4 victory over Joe Perry in Newport. A break of 51 gave Perry the opening frame but Ding hit back to win the next
This is after the success of the inaugural competition last year. Tony Cen, a wild card entrant pulled off a surprise by winning the title. The first tournament will be held in early June while the second will be held at the end of November.
Ronnie O'Sullivan reaches Welsh Open semi-finals World champion Ronnie O'Sullivan eased past John Higgins 5-1 to reach the semi-final of the Welsh Open. The world champion, 38, notched a century break on the way to a 2-0 lead and, after Higgins
Dene O'Kane is chalking up house sales rather than cues these days. The former snooker professional rarely plays, preferring to concentrate on Auckland's high end penthouse apartment market. An agent with Ray White City Apartments, O'Kane began his "
Despite winning his maiden national billiards title the first from Bengal to win it in Lucknow on Wednesday, he is calm. He is, in fact, concentrating on his task at hand the National Snooker Championship that starts in Lucknow from Saturday. Sourav
Neil Robertson knocked out by Mark Williams Mark Williams knocked world number one Neil Robertson out of the Welsh Open 4-3 to go through to the fourth round. Two-time world champion Williams took a scrappy opening frame, before Robertson levelled
The 300,000 pound tournament will be held in Guild Hall, which used to be the venue for the UK Championship 1978-1997 and the Grand Prix in 1998-1999 and 2001-2005, reports Xinhua. The Players Championship Grand Final is the culmination of the