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Ringside report – Professional Masters

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“Professional 8 Ball Pool Masters made the weekend for both players and fans” writes your “Ringside” Reporter. Yesterday saw the last sixteen matches draw to a very late close but all day today (Sunday), we had the remaining matches and by now people were starting to salivate at the prospect[…]

British Open – Playing the Generation Game

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The first event of the IPA calendar 2012 was an undoubted success, not only for the new committee, the players and the sport, but particularly for one young man from Middlesex. Giuseppe D’Imperio have only be 19 years of age, relatively inexperienced in pool terms, and playing in his first[…]

The Italian Job.

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In the first major amateur event of the IPA season, young Giuseppe D’Imperio was already being tipped as favourite after launching his career by winning the British Open at his first attempt on the tour, but there was a long list of distinguished and established amateur players determined to prove[…]

British Open – Gladiators ready?

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The inaugural IPA British Open 2012 will certainly be a title worthy of the pool God’s, a competition where old will meet new as the IPA Tour season kicks off in style – let battle commence! A participant list featuring 9 of the past 10 world champions (sadly, Mark Selby[…]

SIMON TAKES THE RE-WARDS IN JLEC AMATEUR EVENT

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As the results filtered through the semi final line up saw only one Scott remaining with Dan Davy v Scott Higgins and Paul Dunkey v Simon Ward completing the line up, but with a healthy audience watching the live steam and twitter and Facebook followers tuning in the pressure started[…]