Over the course of the World Championship I’ve challenged one snooker aficionado to highlight the best quirky, outlandish, unusual, laughable and questionable observations of each day. 344 more words
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Mark Williams lived up to his favourite’s tag by capturing the World Seniors Championship on his first attempt on Tuesday.
The two-time Crucible world champion was by far the best player throughout the two day’s of action and overcame Ireland’s Fergal O’Brien in the final to lift the title in Blackpool. 344 more words
My 3rd Great Grandfather, John Parrott was born in 1740 in Toms Brook, Shenandoah, Virginia to Frederick and Barbara (Edwards) Parrott. He was the oldest of 11 children. 407 more words
Jimmy White and Ken Doherty have been drawn to play each other in the last 16 of the 2015 World Seniors Championship.
The ‘Whirlwind’, winner of 2010 edition, takes on his good Irish friend, who will be taking part in the oldies tournament for the first time. 332 more words