Snooker Championship

Some articles on championship, snooker, snooker championship:

Glen Wilkinson - Career
... In 1983 Wilkinson got the highest break (105) in the Australian Open Championship in Gosford, New South Wales and the following year he went on to win the Open in Perth, Western Australia at the age of 25, again ... the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) South Pacific Snooker Championship and The New South Wales (NSW) Open Snooker Championship ... his Rooty Hill Masters and The NSW Open Championship titles ...
United States Snooker Association - United States National Snooker Championship
... the annual United States National Snooker Championship, with the winner and runner-up gaining automatic selection to represent the United States in that year's IBSF World Snooker ... To be eligible to compete in the Championship, a player must either be a citizen of the United States, or a lawfully admitted resident of the United States ... United States National Snooker Champions 1991 - 2012 Year Champion Runner-Up Result Host Dates 2012 Sargon Isaac Ajeya Prabhakar 5 - 2011 ... Ahmed Aly Ajeya Prabhakar 5 - 2010 ... Ahmed Aly Yi Fei Mei 5 - 4 2009 ...
County Westmeath - Sport
... Westmeath GAA won the Leinster Senior Football Championship, the Delaney Cup, in 2004.They also won the National football league competition Division ... Athlone Town have won the League of Ireland Championship in 1980 and 1982, and the FAI Cup in 1924 ... Westmeath Snooker Ranking Tournaments officially recognised by The Republic of Ireland Billiards Snooker Association are organised and run by St Mary's Snooker Club Bishopgate Street Mullingar ...
Perrie Mans - Career
... Mans won the South African Amateur Snooker Championship in 1960, the only occasion in which he competed in the event ... Mans first entered the World Snooker Championship in 1970 ... His first victory in the Championship came in the 1973 event when he defeated Ron Gross 9–2 before losing 16–8 to Eddie Charlton ...
1969 World Snooker Championship
... The 1969 Player's No.6 World Snooker Championship was the first snooker championship in a knockout format since 1957, following years of single matches and challenge matches ...