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World Grand Prix: Webster Puts Out Bunting

Mark Webster held his nerve to stop a Stephen Bunting fightback and book his place in the second round of the World Grand Prix with an impressive victory in Dublin on Sunday.

Webster lost the opening leg but bounced back to win the next three, moving a set ahead.

But the Welshman surrendered a 2-1 lead in the second set as Bunting forced the match into a decider. Continue reading World Grand Prix: Webster Puts Out Bunting

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Gould impresses in European Tour Event – Bulgaria

Martin Gould continued his impressive form by reaching the final of the third European Tour event of the season.

Gould played some sparkling snooker to win six matches in the tournament in Sofia, Bulgaria, before losing a high-quality final 4-2 against world number seven Shaun Murphy.

The Pinner potter lost the opening frame against former world champion Murphy, but breaks of 45 and 60 saw him lead 2-1 in the first-to-four final.

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Stephen Feeney’s Work With Stuart Bingham Praised As ‘Greatest Coaching Feat in Crucible History’

“Stephen Feeney has taken Stuart Bingham from being a good player to being a winner. He’s taken him from being one of the pack to becoming World Champion. Having followed snooker for over thirty years, I think it is the greatest coaching feat in Crucible history.” That is the assessment of a man who got to the top of his high-profile profession by making excellent judgement calls. Darren Cann is one of the World’s top assistant referees in professional football and has officiated at both the World Cup Final and Champions League final.

Continue reading Stephen Feeney’s Work With Stuart Bingham Praised As ‘Greatest Coaching Feat in Crucible History’

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WORLD CHAMPION BINGHAM HONOURED AT SNOOKER AWARDS

SightRight’s first World Snooker Champion was further rewarded for his success by scooping two gongs at the sports’ annual awards night.

Bingham, whose career has been transformed in the last five years working with specialist cue sports coach and SightRight supremo Stephen Feeney, was named as Player of the Year and Snooker Journalists Player of the Year. Continue reading WORLD CHAMPION BINGHAM HONOURED AT SNOOKER AWARDS

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