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Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby Wildey

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19-21 November 2021 – Castle Snooker Club, Brighton (Event 1)
10-12 December 2021 – Terry Griffiths Matchroom, Llanelli (Event 2)
28-30 January 2022 – The Winchester, Leicester (Event 3)
18-20 March 2022 – Northern Snooker Centre, Leeds (Event 4)


So the Challenge Tour returns re-branded Q Tour and a format change but ultimately it's the same to find 2 players to turn professional Some well-known players will be involved Michael White, David Lilley, James Cahill, Soheil Vahedi, Rod Lawler, Eden Sharav, Michael Georgiou and Former World no 2 Tony Knowles

DRAW

ORDER OF PLAY

LIVE SCORES

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby SteveJJ

Early exits for Julian Leclercq, Michael White and already a pro next season Oliver Brown.

Tony Knowles in a decider with John Astley

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby Wildey

Tony Knowles had the highest break of the Match a 68 but Astley won in the end.

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby Wildey

Highest break of the tournament is a 142 by Michael Georgiou.

It is worrying for Michael White only 5 years ago he was ranked 15th and 4 years ago he won the Paul Hunter Classic.

He is a bit on the young side to be completely past it surely.

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby SteveJJ

Wildey wrote:Highest break of the tournament is a 142 by Michael Georgiou.

It is worrying for Michael White only 5 years ago he was ranked 15th and 4 years ago he won the Paul Hunter Classic.

He is a bit on the young side to be completely past it surely.


Not great preparation for facing the Rocket this coming week.

Dylan Emery becomes the 2nd already qualified for next season player to lose, with the 3rd Ben Mertens having withdrawn

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby SnookerEd25

Wildey wrote:Highest break of the tournament is a 142 by Michael Georgiou.

It is worrying for Michael White only 5 years ago he was ranked 15th and 4 years ago he won the Paul Hunter Classic.

He is a bit on the young side to be completely past it surely.


Another David Gray, sadly :sad:

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby chengdufan

Si Jiahui to play David Lilley in the final.

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby lhpirnie

Dave Lilley played very well to win 5-1. He was 4-0 up at the interval, with Si only potting 5 balls. His high-break was 99, missing the final red in the first frame. Si got a consolation 84 to win the 5th frame before Lilley's 76 won the match.

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby HappyCamper

event 2 underway in llanelli today.

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby chengdufan

HappyCamper wrote:event 2 underway in llanelli today.

That closer to Glasgow or Edinburgh?

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby chengdufan

Michael White through to the final after beating Mertens 4-0. Si Jiahui 3-0 up on Sean O'Sullivan in the other match.

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby chengdufan

O'Sullivan has pulled it back to 3-3

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby GeF

chengdufan wrote:O'Sullivan has pulled it back to 3-3


Ronnie played without pressure against an amateur in Q-Tour. It should not happen.

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby chengdufan

GeF wrote:
chengdufan wrote:O'Sullivan has pulled it back to 3-3


Ronnie played without pressure against an amateur in Q-Tour. It should not happen.

Best not tell Shaun Murphy

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby chengdufan

Si Jiahui wins the decider.

Final later this afternoon

Re: Q Tour 2021/2022

Postby chengdufan

HappyCamper wrote:https://wpbsa.com/success-for-si-at-wpbsa-q-tour/

Si Jiahui beats White 5-4. Having been 4-0 up, it went to a decider, won by the young Chinese.

Murphy will be fuming.