12 Results for tag: Peter Gilchrist
Focusing on tournament news from across the world, this month’s WPBSA International Round-Up edition takes us to billiards and snooker events in Asia and Oceania.
Former world ranking event finalist Aditya Mehta overcame fellow ex-professional Pankaj Advani in a showcase final to regain the Indian National Snooker Championship in Pune.
A quarter of a century on from his maiden victory in English Billiards’ biggest event, Peter Gilchrist
climbed the same mountain for the fourth time in his distinguished career when he won the 2019 Endeavour Life Care World Billiards Championship on Saturday evening in Melbourne, Australia.
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Following three hectic days of group stage and early knockout rounds action in Melbourne, Australia, just eight players remain in pursuit of the iconic John Roberts Trophy at the 2019 Endeavour Life Care World Billiards Championship.
Reigning champion Sourav Kothari is putting up a strong defence of his world title; the Indian cueist qualified top of ...
Top exponents of the three-ball game will gather in Melbourne, Australia later this week for the 2019 Endeavour Life Care World Billiards Championship; one of the most eagerly anticipated editions of the competition in recent times.
Steeped in a rich, nearly 150-year history, it is the third time that the championship will be held in Australia. Its ...
World number one Peter Gilchrist
won his third consecutive World Billiards title at the Hi-End Open Billiards in Bangkok, Thailand this weekend.
Following recent tour stops in North America and Oceania, this new, exciting addition to the calendar featured players from across Asia being joined by a contingent of overseas competitors who made the trip to ...
made it back-to-back tournament triumphs on the World Billiards scene after victory at the Pacific International last month.
Following recent events in the Republic of Ireland and Canada, the latest leg of the circuit was held at the Yarraville Club in Melbourne, Australia. With double world ranking points and a $15,000 Australian dollars ...
The World Billiards circuit headed across the Atlantic Ocean and into Canada for the recent biannual Vimy Ridge Classic and Pan Am Cup world ranking double header.
Held at the Anavets 283 Army, Navy and Air Force Veterans Unit in Winnipeg, this week long showcase of the three-ball sport was sanctioned by the Pan American Billiards and Snooker Associati...
David Causier bagged himself a brace of major World Billiards titles at the Northern Snooker Centre in Leeds over the last week.
The multiple world champion began his trip to Yorkshire with victory in the level 4 ranked UK Open. Causier was ruthless in qualifying, finishing top of his group with four wins out of four, before eliminating Craig ...
made it back-to-back title wins on this year’s World Billiards circuit following victory at last weekend’s White Roofing English Open in Cambridge.
This level 3 ranking event was the second leg on this season’s ‘Home Nations’ style series after David Causier’s success at the Scottish Open in January, and with the Irish and ...
India's Sourav Kothari defeated Peter Gilchrist
1134-944 to capture the World Billiards Championship for the first time in his career at the England's Northern Snooker Centre.
Hosted and organised by World Billiards, this year's event was successfully played under a new format which sees the familiar 13-day competition split into two separate events ...