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Q And A With Andy Goldstein MBE

The Sky Sports presenter, snooker aficionado and owner of a world-class haircut answers our questions… Andy, we’re half way through a sizzling week of green baize fun in Blackpool, how much do you enjoy working with the snooker crew? Sometimes I do have to pinch myself when I’m working with people like Jimmy White and… Read More

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White Ready For Breakthrough

Welsh potting ace Michael White is ready to move to the next stage of his promising career and hopes for a breakthrough this season. The 23-year-old from Neath has jumped to 25th in the world rankings after some fine results this season, notably beating Neil Robertson to reach the quarter-finals of the Shanghai Masters. He… Read More

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Bucket Lists

Which snooker personalities want to go into space, swim with sharks or meet a Tai Chi master? We asked them to name a few things they would like to do before kicking the bucket… Shaun Murphy Dafabet Masters champion Place I’d like to go I’d love to go to the Masters golf at Augusta. Not… Read More

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Verhaas – 147s Are Special

Thursday’s maximum break by Ronnie O’Sullivan was the 13th of his career, and four of those were refereed by Jan Verhaas. By Mark Rawlinson Some referees go through a whole career without experiencing the feeling of calling out the magical phrase ‘147 and the frame.’ But Dutchman has had his fair share – Thursday’s was… Read More

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Wasley Hopes To Recapture Crucible Magic

Michael Wasley reached his first professional quarter-final last week and hopes that will be a springboard to improved form in the coming months. Wasley was thrust into the limelight last Spring when he made his Crucible debut and caused one of the biggest first round upsets in World Championship history, beating Ding Junhui 10-9. Gloucester’s… Read More

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Health Kick Helps Kurt

Kurt Maflin has cut out sugary foods and started a fitness regime in a bid to build on his top 32 status. The 31-year-old reached the last 16 of three ranking events last season, following a run to the semi-finals of the Players Championship Grand Finals in 2013. He’s into the world’s top 32 for… Read More

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Neil Robertson Q&A

Catching-up with the world number two as he heads to to Sofia to compete in the Victoria Bulgarian Open… Neil, are you excited to meet the Bulgarian snooker fans? Yes I have really enjoyed playing there over the last couple of years. The Bulgarian fans love snooker and I have fond memories of playing in… Read More

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Graeme Dott Q&A

The former World Champion on his current form, coaching and the Scottish referendum. Graeme how do you feel about your form so far this season? My game has been good throughout, I have been quite happy with it. I got to the quarter-finals in Shanghai and hopefully I can kick on from there. You are… Read More

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Elton Dreams Of International Success

Promising Sheffield potter Nico Elton is looking forward to the biggest match of his life next week when he faces Mark Allen in the International Championship qualifiers. The 17-year-old amateur, a regular member of the England junior team and winner of the English Under-16 title last year, faces world number eight Allen on Thursday morning… Read More

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The White Stuff

With a quarter-final berth at last week’s Shanghai Masters, Michael White continued his steady progress up the snooker ladder… Not many snooker players are tipped for the top before they even reach their tenth birthday. That’s something White has had to get used to since, at the age of nine, he entered the Guinness Book… Read More

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