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Special to The Globe and Mail Published Friday, Apr. 18 2014, 4:03 PM EDT Last updated Friday, Apr. 18 2014, 4:03 PM EDT In 1983, not long after our parents bought a cottage overlooking Lake Memphremagog in Quebec's Eastern Townships, the family
Ronnie O'Sullivan eyes seven titles World Snooker Championship Ronnie O'Sullivan believes he must win two more world titles to be considered the game's greatest player. The 38-year-old starts the defence of his World Championship crown against Robin
Steve Davis could be spared relegation from snooker's professional tour after the sport's business supremo Barry Hearn revealed the veteran may be offered a tour wild card. The six-time world champion lost early in qualifying for this year's World
In the long term I think the World Championships will be there in China." World Snooker chairman Barry Hearn has insisted it will stay in Sheffield for as long as he runs the sport. Hearn had compared the Crucible to Wimbledon and said that as much
Peter Ebdon fails to reach Crucible World Snooker Championship Former champions Steve Davis, Mark Williams and Graeme Dott also failed to progress from this stage. Hull, whose only previous experience of the finals at the Crucible Theatre came in
Mark Williams fails to qualify World Snooker Championship Mark Williams will miss the World Championship for the first time since 1996 after he lost 10-8 to Alan McManus in the final qualifying round. Williams, 39, won the trophy in 2000 and 2003 and
Having previewed the UK Pool Open late last week it made good sense for me to attend and see what all the fuss was about and I wasn't disappointed. Walking in to the Britannia Adelphi in Liverpool is a time warp in itself with the ballrooms and
Distraught Mandy, also 46, said she is 'heartbroken' over his decision to leave the family home in Perthshire, Scotland, he shared with his wife and children Blaine, 17 and Carter, nine...Mrs Hendry said: 'Following Stephen's retirement I had been
Neil Robertson 10-5 to win the title of the 2014 World Snooker China Open here on Sunday...He won his first gold medal here in 2005 after beating Stephen Hendry.
Three Asian cue sports events, scheduled to be held in Chandigarh from April 4 to 14, have been postponed due to visa issues...I learnt that players from at least five countries China, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Pakistan and Iran have not got visas.