Kyren Wilson - Image from World Snooker

Latest Cue Sport News - Monday 3rd September

Every Monday we will give you the low down on the latest news from around the world of pool and snooker. This will feature links to external sites and will be the most up to date news available.


Kyren Wilson Climbs to 8th in Two-Year Ranking List - Kyren Wilson, fresh off his victory at the Paul Hunter Classic last week, climbs up to 8th in the two-year ranking list. Runner-up Peter Ebdon, who reached his first final in 6 years, moves up to 51. Source: World Snooker

Former Professional Mitchell Man Wins Challenge Tour Event 4 - The new second level of professional snooker is in ful swing and Mitchell Mann made it four different winners in as many tournaments when he defeated Dylan Emery 3-0 in the final in Germany last week. Source: The Cue View

Sangsom 6-Red Starts 3rd September [pdf of the draw] - A plethora of top snooker talent heads to Thailand for the Sangsom 6-Red World Championships this week. Reigning World Champion, Mark Williams is joined by former champions in Mark Selby, Graeme Dott and Stuart Bingham. Other professionals on show include Ding Junhui, Luca Brecel and recent ranking winner Kyren Wilson. There is also a lot of top Thai talent on show. Source: World Snooker

US Pool

Shane van Boening Wins His 4th Turning Stone Casino Classic - Shane van Boening went undefeated to win his fourth Turning Stone title beating Johnny Archer 13-7 in a one sided final. It is Van Boening's third title in the last month. Source: Azbilliards

China Open 9-Ball Underway - Top pool players from across the world are heading to China this week (started Sunday) for the prestigious China Open. Chris Melling competes. Source: World Pool Association (very little information)

UK Pool

Neil Raybone Tops the Table after Week 7 - the IPA Premier League completed week 7 of it's fixtures last week and after 6 matches each Neil Raybone and Simon Ward sit stop the table with 10 points each. Source: IPA Pool

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