Tag Archive: Rory McLeod

Nov 24 2014

Tour Survival 2014/15 – Player by Player (November Update)

With the UK Championship set to get underway tomorrow, click below for my latest in-depth, player by player updates on the race for main tour places for the 2015/16 season, up to date after the ET4 event as I look at how each player stands on each of the relevant ranking lists…

Sep 02 2014

Tour Survival 2015: The Early Running

While the end of the 2014/15 season feels like a long way off, with a two-year ranking list, in reality we are over halfway through the race for main tour places for the 2015/16 season. With every pound, dollar or Euro earned during this season potentially crucial, already some eyes will be turning to the …

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Jun 28 2014

Closing In On The Cut: July 2014

We might still be in June as I write this, but little over a week from now will come the first seedings revision of the 2014/15 season, following the final of the Australan Goldfields Open in Bendigo. Determining the seedings for this season’s Shanghai Masters, one of just three events remaining under the ‘non-flat’ draw …

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Nov 12 2013

Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup 2013: Picture Perfect

It wouldn’t be a weekend at a snooker tournament with me taking a few photos, click below for the best of my snaps from the 2013 Kay Suzanne Memorial Cup in Gloucester…

Aug 11 2013

Shanghai Masters 2013: Qualifying Round-Up

Yesterday saw the conclusion of the 2013 Shanghai Masters qualifiers at the Doncaster Dome and with nine of the 16 ‘seeded’ players losing in the final round, it was something of a day for the underdogs. Click below for a round-up of the action…

Jul 11 2013

Sight Right Launches ‘Game Changing’ Cue

Stephen Feeney, SightRight coach to top snooker players – Stuart Bingham, Martin Gould, Tom Ford and Rory McLeod, and former coach to legends such as Stephen Hendry, Jimmy White, Steve Davis and Terry Griffiths, launches the SightRight® Cue, with patented sighting aid technology at the 2013 Australian Goldfields Open.

Mar 26 2013

China Open 2013: Higgins and Trump Fall

Following a relatively quiet opening day yesterday as six of the tournament’s seven wildcard matches were played, today saw some of the big hitters hit the baize in Beijing and for John Higgins and Judd Trump in particular, all would not go to plan. Click below for a round-up of the day’s action, together with …

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Oct 17 2012

One Frame

While I suspect that many people reading this blog will have a keen interest in snooker, of course there are many others who do not follow the sport. Indeed excluding those that I know through attending tournaments, I do not know more than a couple of people who have any great understanding of the sport …

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