WSS ROKiT Phones.com 2020 World Championship tickets go on sale today

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This was shared today on social media by Jason Francis:

On sale now! At 12 noon tickets for the 2020 ROKiT Phones.com World Seniors Snooker Championship went on sale. Link here

https://www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk/events/roki-t-phones-com-world-seniors-snooker-championship?fbclid=IwAR0sdTY_ACa36Lkx8J8Re-cbyrjxn169xPmcuz9gA8bDc8p7q_XAyVHVMno

16 of the best over 40 Snooker Players in the World go head to head for the trophy won last year by Jimmy White. Jimmy is back amongst a stellar field which includes Stephen Hendry, John Parrott and James Wattana to defend his title. The Event runs from the 13th – 15th August.
The opening session, with a players meet and greet VIP, will be “The Legends Cup” from 6pm on the 12th August
Willie Thorne, Cliff Thorburn, Joe Johnson and Dennis Taylor game go head to head in our event opener, an evening of fun and nostalgia with a trophy for our champion. A special trick shot cabaret from John Virgo will also be performed.

Get your tickets quick!

Seniors News From Malta

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The 2020 WSF Open in Malta has reached the knockout stage, with several WSS players doing well and still competing after the group stage was completed yesterday.

You can see all the tournament results and future fixtures by following  this link. 

In the last 64 …

Nickolas Neale will play 14 years old Iulian Boiko from Ukraine

Stuart Watson will play the winner of Jeremy Lee v Jenson Kendrick

Wayne Townsend will play 20 years old Brian Ochoiski from France

Tony Drago and Rory McLeod will face each other. Tony won all three of his group matches. It’s great to have him back playing well. Remember, he missed the inaugural WSF event in Malta in 2018, as he was then critically ill.

Leo Fernandez was very unlucky. He didn’t come in Malta in the best possible shape having suffered a hand injury a couple of weeks ago, and to make things worse, his luggage, including his cue arrived only when the group stages were already well unerway. As a result, he managed to win only one match, which wasn’t enough.

Stuart Watson and Rory McLeod reached the last 16

 

 

Canada will host the Pan American Snooker Championships

And the winner of the Seniors event will get a spot in the WSS ROKiT Phones.com 2020 World Championship

Here are the informations about the Pan American World Championships

Canada to host Pan American Snooker Championships
filed on Monday, December 9, 2019.   10:44am PT/USA

The Pan American Snooker and Billiards Association (PABSA) have announced that the 2020 Pan American Snooker Championships will be hosted in Canada at The Corner Bank in Toronto from March 23 – 29.

2020 Pan American Snooker Championships - The Corner Bank, Toronto, Canada. March 23 - 29

After a successful 2019 staging by the United States Snooker Association (USSA) earlier this year at Q Ball Snooker & Pool in Houston, Texas, it is the turn of the Canadian Billiards & Snooker Association (CBSA), who have chosen to play the Championships at one of Canada’s premier cuesports facilities which is located in the Scarborough administrative division of the city of Toronto.

The Corner Bank in Toronto, Canada - Photo courtesy of The Corner Bank
The Corner Bank in Toronto, Canada

Photo courtesy of The Corner Bank

 

In a change from 2019, PABSA have expanded the 2020 Championships which will now encompass the main 2020 Pan American Snooker Championship event, and the 2020 Pan American Seniors Snooker Championship event for players aged 40 and over. The Seniors event will be played first from March 23 – 25, followed then by the Main event from March 26 – 29.

A view of the snooker tables in The Corner Bank - Photo courtesy of The Corner Bank
A view of the snooker tables in The Corner Bank

Photo courtesy of The Corner Bank

 

The Championships are open to entry from a player who is a citizen of any of the 41 countries which make up the Pan American Olympic movement, with a special dispensation for players who have been a legal permanent resident of one of those nations for a continuous period of the past five years, and have not had any previous representation for a foreign nation in any international snooker competition.

The United States is expected to have several participants competing in both events.

Players interested in entering should visit the PABSA website for further details: www.pabsa.org

Seniors Irish Masters 2020 – Draw and Format

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Followowing the Liverpool event last week, the draw is now complete

Here are the draw and format:

Friday 27th March 2020

Session 1 – 7pm

Jimmy White v Tony Drago
Michael Judge v Dennis Taylor

Saturday 28th March 2020

Session 2 – 10am

John Parrott v Rory McLeod
Stephen Hendry v Cliff Thorburn

Session 3 – 2pm

Winner Match 1 v Winner Match 3
Winner Match 2 v Winner Match 4

The Final – 7.30pm

All matches to the final are best of 5, the final is best of 7.
Roll on roll off format.

Get your tickets here.

Seniors Irish Masters 2020 – Liverpool Qualifying Event

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You can follow the tournament here: https://snookerscores.net/tournament-manager/rokitphonescom-irish-masters-qualifying

Preliminary round (L128)

Alex Ferguson W/O – Chris Clarkson
James Brown 3-1 Ady Holley
John Whitty 3-0 Steve Evans
Michael Wrigley 3-1 Dharmendra Patel
Andrew Greaves 3-0 Ian Spawton

Last 64

Rodney Goggins 3-0 Colin Mitchell
Marcus Lord 3-2 Patsy Fagan
Tony Corrigan W/0 – Neil Caroll
Philip Blackburn 1-3 Les Dodd
Richard Emery 2-3 Gary Miller
Steve Bird 0-3 Dean Sycamore
Sanjay Meghani 3-2 Alex Ferguson
John Snape – Aaron Canavan W/O
Lee Richardson 3-0 Ray Grail
Mark Ball 3-0 Stevie Carroll
Karl Townsend 1-3 James Brown
Anthony Massey 0-3 Rory McLeod
Sean Lanigan 1-3 Wayne Townsend
Colm Gilcreest – John Welsh W/O
Neil Craycraft 3-0 George Apperley
John Whitty 2-3 Leo Fernandez
Patrick Wallace 3-0 Adrian Atkins
Johnny Stevens – Darren Barton W/0
Andrew Milliard 3-2 Mark Sutton
Bal Sembi W/0 – Lee S. Martin
Wayne Cooper 3-0 Simon Keenan
Mark White 2-3 Michael Wrigley
Stephen Campbell 3-1 Ali Anwar
Gary Thompson 3-1 Stuart Watson
Jonathan Bagley 3-1 Andrew Greaves
Neal Jones W/O – Nikolas Neale
Cary Kikis 3-1 A. Pennington
Dennis Tristram 1-3 Gary Filtness
Tony Knowles 2-3 Steve Whalley
Jon Charlton W/O – Pat Bonnar
Gary Coulson 1-3 Danny Crawford
Michael Judge 3-0 Abbid Manzoor

Last 32

Rodney Goggins 3-1 Marcus Lord
Tony Corrigan 1-3 Les Dodd
Gary Miller 1-3 Dean Sycamore
Sanjay Meghani 0-3 Aaron Canavan
Lee Richardson 3-0 Mark Ball
James Brown 1-3 Rory McLeod
Wayne Townsend 3-1 John Welsh
Neil Craycraft 0-3 Leo Fernandez
Patrick Wallace 3-0 Darren Barton
Andrew Milliard 1-3 Bal Sembi
Wayne Cooper 3-0 Michael Wrigley
Stephen Campbell 0-3 Gary Thompson
Jonathan Bagley 3-2 Neal Jones
Cary Kikis 0-3 Gary Filtness
Steve Whalley 2-3 Jon Charlton
Danny Crawford 1-3 Michael Judge

Last 16

Rodney Goggins 3-1 Les Dodd
Dean Sycamore 1-3 Aaron Canavan
Lee Richardson 0-3 Rory McLeod
Wayne Townsend 1-3 Leo Fernandez
Patrick Wallace 3-0 Bal Sembi
Wayne Cooper 0-3 Gary Thompson
Jonathan Bagley 3-2 Gary Filtness
Jon Charlton 2-3 Michael Judge

Quarter finals

Rodney Goggins 2-3 Aaron Canavan
Rory McLeod 3-2 Leo Fernandez
Patrick Wallace 1-3 Gary Thompson
Jonathan Bagley 0-3 Michael Judge

Semi finals

Aaron Canavan 1-4 Rory Mcleod
Gary Thompson 3-4 Michael Judge

The Final

Rory McLeod 1-4 Michael Judge

WSS ROKiT Phones World Championship Q2 – Newbury

This is the main draw for the second WSS World Championship 2020 qualifying event in Newbury:

The preliminary matches:

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And the format:

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I AM aware that the above images may be hard to read. You will though find the draw, and the results as the event unfolds here: https://snookerscores.net/tournament-manager/2019-rokitphonescom-world-seniors-championship-world-qualifier-2

Results will be shown on this page as well, when available.

Preliminary matches

Patrick Wallace 3-0 Sanjay Meghani
Boris Lazarkov 0-3 Neil Herd
Mark Sutton 1-3 James O’Sullivan (replaces Sean O’Shea)
Matt Ford 3-1 Darren Barton
Leo Fernandez (replaces Nick Neale) 3-0 Neal Jones
David Brock 0-3 Jason Smith
Dean Venables 3-2 Steve Evans
Kevin Kelly W//O Keith Thomas
Geoff Williams 2-3 James Brown
Stephen Campbell 1-3 Gareth Hibbott
Bai Sembi 3-1 Alex Ferguson
Jonathan Bagley 0-3 David Brown
Gary Skipworth 3-2 Mike Hallett
George Apperley 1-3 Ray Grail
Jon Charlton 3-0 Muhammed Aurangzaib (replaces Simon Keenan)
David McDonnell 3-1 Anthony Cutler
Aaron Canavan 2-3 Don Newcombe
Andy Papaiacovou v Marcus Lord
Lyndon Paxfgord 0-3 Dean Sycamore
Andrew Darken 3-2 Adam Denham
Neil Carroll 0-3 Dennis Tristram
Karl Townsend v Colin Mitchell
Cary Kikis 3-2 Andrew Greaves
Rodney Goggins 3-2 Danny Crawford

Last 64

Patrick Wallace 3-0 Neil Herd
James O’Sullivan 3-0 John Palmer
Mark White 3-0 Ady Holley
Mathew Ford 1-3 Rhydian Richards
Wayne Cooper 3-2 Neil Craycraft
Adam Ashley 3-2 Adrian Atkins
Leo Fernandez 3-2 Andrew Milliard
Jason Smith 3-1 Richard Emery
Lee Richardson 3-2 Darren Thompson
Rory McLeod 3-1 Dean Venables
Keith Thomas 3-2 Steve Bird
James Brown 3-0 Gary Britton
Sean Lanigan 3-2 Mark Ball
Gareth Hibbott 3-1 Bal Sembi
Patsy Fagan 3-1 Colin Mitchell
Bradley Jones 3-2 Michael Judge
David Brown 3-1 Anthony Massey
Gary Skipworth 3-0 Andrew Isitt
Colm Gilcreest 3-2 Ray Grail
Jon Charlton 2-3 Les Dodd
Gary Filtness 3-1 David McDonnell
Tony Knowles 3-2 Don Newcombe
Marcus Lord 3-2 Tony Corrigan
Garoid O’Connor 3-1 Dean Sycamore
Stuart Watson 3-1 Andrew Darken
Michael Wrigley 3-1 James Richardson
Johnny Stevens 3-1 Ian Spawton
Gary Coulson 3-0 Dennis Tristram
Karl Townsend 3-1 Gary Miller
Lee S. Martin 3-2 Daren Mirza
Darryl James 1-3 Cary Kikis
Rodney Goggins 3-0 Abid Manzoor

Last 32

Patrick Wallace 3-1 James O’Sullivan
Mark White 0-3 Rhydian Richards
Wayne Cooper 3-0 Adam Ashley
Leo Fernandez 3-0 Jason Smith
Rory McLeod 3-0 Lee Richardson
James Brown 3-0 Keith Thomas
Sean Lanigan 2-3 Gareth Hibbott
Patsy Fagan 2-3 Bradley Jones
David Brown 3-1 Gary Skipworth
Colm Gilcreest 3-0 Les Dodd
Gary Filtness 3-1 Tony Knowles
Marcus Lord 0-3 Garoid O’Connor
Stuart Watson 3-1 Michael Wrigley
Gary Coulson 3-1 Johnny Stevens
Karl Townsend 2-3 Lee S. Martin
Cary Kikis 0-3 Rodney Goggins

Last 16

Patrick Wallace 2-3 Rhydian Richards
Leo Fernandez 3-0 Wayne Cooper
Rory McLeod 3-0 James Brown
Gareth Hibbott 2-3 Bradley Jones
David Brown 1-3 Colm Gilcreest
Gary Filtness 3-1 Garoid O’Connor
Stuart Watson 3-0 Gary Coulson
Lee S. Martin 2-3 Rodney Goggins

QF

Rhydian Richards 2-3 Leo Fernandez
Rory McLeod 3-1 Bradley Jones
Colm Gilcreest 2-3 Gary Filtness
Stuart Watson 1-3 Rodney Goggins

SF

Leo Fernandez 4-2 Rory McLeod
Gary Filtness 1-4 Rodney Goggins

The Final

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Leo Fernandez 4-2 Rodney Goggins

Super Seniors Event 3

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The Final

Patsy Fagan 0-2 Richard Emery

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