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Q School Ranking List

David Lilley finished top of the Q School ranking list for players who didn’t earn a tour card. CLICK HERE FOR THE Q SCHOOL RANKING LIST Q School 2018 finished on Thursday in Burton and the 12 players to earn a two-year World Snooker Tour card were: Jak Jones Sam Baird Hammad Miah Sam Craigie… Read More

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Carty and Hirani Earn Maiden Tour Cards

Ashley Carty and Kishan Hirani came through the final round of Q School Event three in Burton to gain places on the World Snooker Tour for the first time. The eight tour cards handed out across events one and two all went to players who had previously played on the pro tour. Carty and Hirani… Read More

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Last Chance Saloon For Q School Hopefuls

Thursday is the final day of 2018 Q School, with 16 players chasing the four remaining two-year World Snooker Tour cards. All results All players surviving into the final day need to win two more matches to earn a place on the pro circuit for 2018/19 and 2019/20. Among those still in the field are┬áMalaysia’s… Read More

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On Yee Conquers Kang

Women’s World Champion Ng On Yee beat Ning Kang 4-2 on Tuesday to reach the third round of Q School event three in Burton. All results Hong Kong’s On Yee came from 2-0 down to win the next four frames with a top break of 42, setting up a third round meeting with Thailand’s Dechawat… Read More

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Page Keeps Q School Hopes Alive

Jackson Page beat Saqib Nasir 4-2 in Burton on Monday to reach round three of the third and final 2018 Q School event. All results Promising teenager Page, whose top break today was 59, must win four more matches to earn a World Snooker Tour card. Adam Duffy, who lost in the final round of… Read More

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Brown Earns Tour Return

Jordan Brown overcame the disappointment of losing in the final round of Q School event one to make it through event two, earning a return to the World Snooker Tour after an eight year absence. The 30-year-old Northern Irishman lost to Jak Jones in event one last weekend, but bounced back in perfect fashion by… Read More

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Q School Event Two – Final Day Line Up

It’s down to the last day at Q School event two in Burton, with 16 players going into Friday hoping to be one of the quartet who earn a two-year tour card. Each of those 16 players still needs to win two matches to earn a place on the pro circuit for 2018/19 and 2019/20…. Read More

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Zhao Into Round Three

China’s Zhao Xintong saw off Jamie Brown 4-2 to reach the third round of Q School event two in Burton. Zhao, age 21, dropped off the tour at the end of last season and is looking to bounce straight back. He needs four more wins on Thursday and Friday to earn a fresh two-year tour… Read More

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Grace Remains On Course For Tour Return

David Grace swept to a 4-0 whitewash victory against Heather Clare to move within four matches of an immediate return to the World Snooker Tour at Q School Event Two in Burton. Grace, who reached the semi-finals of the UK Championship in 2015, fell off the tour at the end of the last campaign. The… Read More

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Page Progresses In Burton

Welsh teenager Jackson Page remains in the hunt for a tour card after a 4-0 whitewash win against Anthony Jeffers at Q School Event Two in Burton. The 16-year-old, who is mentored by World Champion Mark Williams, has showcased his potential over the last two seasons. Page reached the last 32 of the 2017 Welsh… Read More

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