Kirk Stevens made the first-ever 147 at the Masters. But away from the table, he had his demons. Continue reading White, Higgins, O’Sullivan…Kirk Stevens?
When Ronnie O’Sullivan told RTE Sport earlier this week that he thinks young people should stay clear of snooker and play other sports instead, he caused quite a stir on Twitter. Continue reading Ronnie O’Sullivan’s advice to young people: ‘Don’t play snooker’
Snooker’s pot of prize money is greater than ever before, but not everybody is happy. Continue reading Eyes on the prize: Is snooker’s distribution of prize money unfair?
Christmas Day. The day snooker careers are born. Continue reading Snooker is for life, but it starts at Christmas
Poor old snooker. Once the star of the prom, it’s now the ultimate loser. Read all about snooker’s difficult relationship with BBC Sports Personality of the Year. Continue reading BBC SPOTY: Snooker’s plunge from hero to zero
It is 13 years since Scotland hosted the Scottish Open as a ranking event, but there will be some early sadness for Scottish fans. Continue reading A Scottish Problem at the Scottish Open
After his exit from the UK Championship, Oliver Lines received abuse on Twitter. It seems Lines’ experience is not unique… Continue reading Chalk and cheese: Snooker players and Twitter trolls
A look back at the 2006 UK Championship on its 10th anniversary. Continue reading Ten years on: Who remembers the 2006 UK Championship?
A new title is up for grabs in Belfast this week. John Higgins has more reason than most to be excited. Continue reading The Northern Ireland Open and extra special winners
2005 World Champion Shaun Murphy speaks to SnookerLife about inspiration, music, and more. Continue reading Shaun Murphy: ‘Music is massive for me’