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Very good replacement to JV ,shame he is away though as he has been commentating for years and is part of snooker. New commentators are really annoying!!
Constantly distracting the viewer with football style nonsense in silly hushed tones and self centred McManus is even worse doom and gloom merchant.
Come back J. Missing her at the world championships. Sorry not to see Hazel Irvine this year, and hope her family issues are resolved..
Just want to say how much we miss Hazel Irvine in the Snooker. She has so much incite and such charisma.
We wish her and her family all the best. Thankfully Jimmy White is providing the laughs on Eurosport. You have no idea how good they actually are.
Trust me. I sometimes can only watch the snooker on Eurosport with Dutch commentary. Phyllis from the Nederlands i love watching snooker with Hezel , your missed hope your back soon,.
Hazel help!!!!!! Come back we need you!!!! Not the same without her, but I wish her and her family well. Come back soon Hazel!
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Missing Hazel at the Crucible. Wishing you well and hope we see you again soon. It was a fantastic event. Jason Francis and the team behind him deserve immense credit, not just for this event, but for how well they managed to develop the Seniors snooker tour and to give it real credibility.
The quality was there for all to see — and enjoy — this week. This tour is not about a bunch of retired snooker players knocking a few balls around, it a real Tour, and it means an awful lot for the players involved in it.
This is the link to the semi-finals pictures album. And the link to the Final pictures album. It was another fantastic day at the Crucible yesterday as the four seeds duly emerged from the QF round.
Afternoon session. Seven-time world professional champion Hendry continues to roll back the years in Sheffield. Hendry did have to bounce back from an early setback, though.
On a break of 60 in the opening frame he missed a straightforward red and was made to sit as winner Canavan pounced with efforts of 39 and a 32 clearance to steal it.
I am happy to still be in. Later in the afternoon session reigning UK Seniors champion Judge stayed on course for a unique seniors circuit double after dispatching Wayne Cooper Both players struggled to settle early on, but it was Dubliner Judge who adapted best in establishing a advantage.
Yorkshireman Cooper managed to avoid the whitewash with a swift effort of 59 in frame four, but Judge decided the outcome in the next — a break of 48 helping him get across the line.
I felt good coming in, but as I went on even though I was ahead, I started feeling more and more nervous so I was just glad to get over the line and hopefully I can relax tomorrow and play a bit better.
I have nothing to lose. It would be an honour, but I think Darren will have something to say about that first. Evening session.
Reigning champion White set up a mouthwatering semi-final clash with career-long rival Stephen Hendry after defeating fellow main tour professional and winner Peter Lines with a trio of sixty-plus breaks.
White continued to look determined, and with a gutsy run of 41 from the last two reds — including a glorious green down the side cushion with the extended rest — he went one away from progression.
The Hendry-White rivalry is the stuff of sporting legend. The pair famously contested four World Championship finals here at the Crucible Theatre in the s with Hendry winning all four, although White did overcome his nemesis during their first and last meetings at the iconic venue.
There will be plenty of reminiscing, but plenty at stake when the two cross cues here once again tomorrow afternoon for a place in the final.
I understand three million people will be watching on primetime in China tomorrow, but I love all that.
Earlier in the evening — thirty years on from their first meeting as professionals — Doherty eliminated winner Darren Morgan in a quality encounter.
Further breaks were traded in the following two frames as Doherty made a 72 to move back in front before Morgan levelled once more with the help of a Doherty will meet fellow Dubliner and practice partner Michael Judge in an intriguing semi-final with both still hoping to create first-time history later in this tournament.
Judge is aiming to hold the World and UK Seniors titles at the same time, whereas Doherty is trying to add this crown to his junior, amateur and professional world titles.
The winners will then meet on Saturday evening for a best-of-nine finale to determine the destiny of the championship.
Rob Walker has been everywhere except at the table playing. His formidable enthusiasm and his energy have brought something very special to the event.
Thanks Rob! And here is the link to the photo album for the QFs — all images by Andy Chubb. The Q-school comprises four competitions:. To enter the events follow this link.
Players will be tested for Covid and will be withdrawn from the events should they test positive. They may need to arrive the day before their first match.
Here is the message that Jason Francis shared on social media, on October 13, Dear All,. It is with great regret that given todays announcement from Jersey we have no option but to postpone the seniors qualifying school.
What started out as a challenge, and a resolve to get an event on, is no longer viable with only residents of Worthing and a few remote regions in the Uk now able to arrive in Jersey without a 5 day isolation period.
The new dates will be Monday January 4th to Sunday January 10th. Play will begin on Tuesday 5th, everyone will need to arrive by 6pm on Monday 4th in case the self-isolation rule is still in place.
The Mayfair Hotel have agreed to honour and move bookings at no cost to players, please get in touch with them, they will also honour the rate.
I cannot speak for any players staying in an unofficial hotel but you should contact them as soon as you can. For those players who have already withdrawn you now have the option to come back in, irrespective of numbers in the field if you want your place back we will make it happen but you need to get in touch.
Also if you cannot attend between 4th — 10th January then you can apply for a refund and I will issue a form for this. However please note if you withdraw now there is no guarantee you can get back in closer to the date as I had already filled the spots of everyone who had withdrawn and we still have a waiting list.
I am hopeful things will be a bit easier after Christmas but I also accept this is not ideal for everyone, but giving up and cancelling and depriving players of a chance to play in the crucible or against a legend would be worse.
Current Jersey regions for Uk attached, you can see how little green was left. We have moved as quickly as we can,. To enter the event please follow this link Please make sure to read everything carefully and agree with the terms and conditions Good luck everyone!
The current ranking list is available here Regarding the rankings, the following important information has been shared by Jason on social media: With the changes to the format of next seasons events the rankings could be in for a real shake up.
Following consultation with the Seniors Players Commission the end of season ranking list has now been adjusted to reflect the events of this season via the two qualifying school events and also the change of the Masters Event to non ranking status.
Players going into Jersey can earn up to 15 points in the Uk and 18 points in the Worlds, that is the maximum they can apply to their ranking yet the top 5 have the following to come off after Jersey.
Lets look at the impact on our current top 8 players. Michael Judge 54 points to come off. Many players on the ranking list will have more than 20 points to be removed after Jersey.
There is no coasting for sure and every frame won in Jersey will be important. Congratulations Jimmy! View the updated draw View results in full Seven-time world professional champion Hendry continues to roll back the years in Sheffield.
View the updated draw View results in full Reigning champion White set up a mouthwatering semi-final clash with career-long rival Stephen Hendry after defeating fellow main tour professional and winner Peter Lines with a trio of sixty-plus breaks.
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