On Wednesday 3rd March I went to the EIS once again to watch the World Snooker qualifiers. I watched Jimmy White play Mark Boyle and got plenty of photos.
Snooker and tagged Adrian Gunnell, Anda Zhang, Andy Hicks, Crucible Theatre, David Gilbert, David Gray, David Morris, English Institute of Sport, Graham Miles, James Wattana, Jimmy Michie, jimmy white, jin long, Joe Delaney, John Parrott, ken doherty, Legend, Mark Boyle, Mark Joyce, martin gould, matthew selt, Mei Xiwen, Pot Black, sheffield, Stuart Pettman, World Snooker Championship, World Snooker Qualifiers 2010 on .
March 4, 2010
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On Sunday 28th February I went to EIS in Sheffield to watch the first round of qualifiers for the 2010 World Championship.
Snooker and tagged Atthasit Mahitti, Bjorn Haneveer, Brendan O'Donoghue, Chris Norbury, Colin Humphries, Craig Steadman, Crucible Theatre, David Hogan, English Institute of Sport, jack lisowski, James Wattana, Jan Verhaas, jimmy white, Joe Jogia, Jordan Brown, Lee Page, Lee Spick, Legend, Li Hang, Liang Wenbo, Main tour, Mark Boyle, Matthew Couch, matthew selt, Mei Xiwen, Michael White, Michaela Tabb, Noppadol Sangnil, Patrick Wallace, photograph, Professional referee, Sam Baird, sheffield, Simon Bedford, Snooker, Stephen Rowlings, Thepchaiya Un Nooh, tony drago, Uriah Rennie, World Snooker Qualifiers 2010, Xiao Guodong on .
March 1, 2010 1 Comment
Welcome to my fourth Q&A with stars of the Snooker world.
Current World Number 67 Matt Selt is the latest snooker star to be interviewed on ryan147.com. Matt reached the quarter finals of the recent pro challenge by beating Mark Boyle, Barry Pinches and Robert Milkins (all 4-2) before losing to Alan McManus 4-1. Matt got back on the main tour in 2007 via the PIOS and his best ranking performance to date came in the 2008 Welsh Open where he reached the last 48 stage.