Posts Tagged "Snooker"

What is sport and why does it matter? Is it about the quality of the competition and the occasion?

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There is an Indian who is unplayable on green tops and his name is not Kapil Dev, Javagal Srinath, Mohammed Shami or Bhuvi Kumar.

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Mark Davis will never do this again.

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Even the rodents ceased. The breath stuck down one thousand throats stuck still. Sheffield conformed itself to function; doing service as the grimy, weathered body to a vital, throbbing heart.

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Australian Neil Robertson suffered a heavy loss in the first snooker tournament of the new Players Tour Championship season, beaten 4-1 by John Higgins in the final of the Bulgarian Open in Sofia.

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If you watch snooker, you have a problem. Actually, lots of them. You’re probably losing your hair, your ability to maintain sexual performance and, though you don’t know it yet, your life.

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When Neil Robertson quit school as a teenager to pursue his dream of playing snooker professionally, even his own mother thought it was a mistake.

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Graeme Dott opened up a 5-3 lead over Australia’s Neil Robertson in the first session of the world snooker championship final, but the Crucible showdown was overshadowed by the bribe allegations surrounding world number one John Higgins.

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The reputation of snooker as one of sport’s more traditional games is set to be turned on its head by plans to introduce a radical new condensed format of the game.

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