Source: ITV Sport
Martin Gould won the Championship League for the second time by beating Jack Lisowski 3-1 in the final in Barnsley.
Gould was the only player not ranked among the world’s top 16 in the Winners’ Group, but saw off the challenge of Judd Trump, Mark Selby, John Higgins, Neil Robertson, Stuart Bingham and Lisowski to take the trophy. He earns a place in the prestigious Champion of Champions event in Coventry in November. Continue reading SightRights Martin Gould strikes Gold at the Championship League
Source: Daily Mail
By Joe Downes For The Daily Mail and Peter Carline for the Daily Mail
Published: 22:31, 11 March 2019 | Updated: 00:56, 12 March 2019
(Inventor of SightRight coaching)
We started working together this season. He wasn’t enjoying playing and I did a test that showed him he wasn’t sighting a straight line.
In practice we do around 12 long shots with his eyes shut. When I link him in on the correct line all he has to do is pull the trigger. Continue reading The making of a genius: Ronnie O’Sullivan by those who know him best
Source: World Snooker
Ronnie O’Sullivan achieved another high in his extraordinary career by making his 1,000th century in the last frame of a 10-4 victory over Neil Robertson in the final of the Coral Players Championship in Preston.
Ever the showman, O’Sullivan made his milestone break at the perfect moment, to seal the title at the Guild Hall. A packed crowd cheered every shot as he became the first player to make 1,000 career tons (read more about that story here). Continue reading Rocket Makes 1,000th Century To Seal Title
We spoke to Steve Feeney from @SightRightUK who has been working with O’Sullivan since June and also has another player on the books! A fascinating insight and a must-watch.
Source: Coral Twitter
Indian Open champ Matthew Selt has claimed his MAIDEN ranking title in Kochi! But he’s not talking about trophies
Source: World Snooker
Article Source: theoldgreenbaize.com | Picture by Monique Limbos
Ronnie O’Sullivan cruised his way into the UK Championship quarter-finals with another fine display of attacking snooker.
And the five-times world champion later revealed how working with his new coaching team SightRight is allowing him to expand his attacking play to never seen before dimensions. Continue reading Ronnie O’Sullivan reveals how SightRight is ‘reinventing’ his game
The inventor of SightRight explains to Lawrence Ostlere what he can teach snooker’s greatest natural talent, how he deals with the sceptics, and reveals plans to conquer a host of other sports – even football
Voting is now open for the SJA2018 British Sports Awards sponsored by The National Lottery. As far as JON BATHAM is concerned, there is only one contender for sportsman and that’s Mark Williams.
In a year not short of candidates for the SJA Sportsman of the Year award, please indulge me a moment while I go a little left field and put the case for world snooker champion Mark Williams.
Continue reading British Sports Awards – the case for SightRight Coached – Mark J Williams
Shaun Murphy: Hi Everyone, Just a quick note to announce that as of this month I have started working with Steve Feeney using his SightRight tech.
Having been sceptical for many years of new sighting methods that were not in the Joe Davis book my father used to teach me when I was eight, I decided to invite Steve to my house to demonstrate how it works. Well, I was blown away! Never in my 26 years of playing snooker have I seen something that has such an instant effect on where the ball goes, and Steve and myself are very excited about the future. Continue reading Shaun Murphy Teams up with SightRight Coaching