World Snooker Bahrain Championship 2008 (Last 32 Draw/Results) 10/30/08

World Snooker Bahrain Championship 2008 CHAMPION – £48,000 RUNNER UP – £22,500 SEMI FINALIST – £12,000 QUARTER FINALIST – £6,500 LAST 16 – £4,275 LAST 32 – £2,750 LAST 48 […]


World Snooker Bahrain Championship 2008

CHAMPION – £48,000
RUNNER UP – £22,500
SEMI FINALIST – £12,000
QUARTER FINALIST – £6,500
LAST 16 – £4,275
LAST 32 – £2,750
LAST 48 – £1,725
LAST 64 – £1,325

HIGHEST BREAK – £500

HIGHEST BREAK (T.V) – £2,000

147 – £1,000

147 (T.V) – £20,000


Total Prize Fund £250,000 (excluding maximum)

VENUE : Bahrain International Exhibition Centre. Manama. BAHRAiN

DATE : 8th November 2008 to 15th November 2008.

Wildcard Round

Robert Milkins (Eng) bt Ahmed Saif (Bhr) 5-1

Barry Pinches (Eng) bt Ahmed Goulam (Bhr) 5-1

Mike Dunn (Eng) bt Ahmed Abdulla Asiry (Ksa) 5-0

Marcus Campbell (Sco) bt Ahmed Basheer Al-Khusaibi (Oma) 5-0 MARCUS CAMPBELL (SCOTLAND)147

Rod Lawler (Eng) bt Isa Ali Al-Hashmi (UAE) 5-1

Mark Davis (Eng) bt Habib Subah Habib (Bah) 5-0

LAST 32 DRAW

1) Ronnie O’Sullivan vs Steve Davis(England) W/O

2) Marco Fu(Hong Kong) vs Dominic Dale 3-5

3) Matthew Stevens vs Stuart Bingham 5-0

4) Ryan Day vs Dave Harold 5-2

5) Peter Ebdon vs Rob Milkins 3-5

6) Jamie Cope vs Michael Holt 3-5

7) Graeme Dott vs Barry Pinches 5-3

8) Stephen Hendry (Scotland) vs Ricky Walden 5-3

9) Shaun Murphy vs Mike Dunn 5-4

10) Ken Doherty vs Barry Hawkins

11) Mark Allen vs Judd Trump 5-1

12) Ali Carter vs Michael Judge 3-5

13) Neil Robertson vs Marcus Campbell (Sco) 5-4

14) Mark King vs Stephen Lee 3-5

15) Joe Perry vs Rod Lawler (Eng) 5-1

16) Stephen Maguire vs Mark Davis 5-3

LAST 16

STEVE DAVIS VS DOMINIC DALE w/o

MATTHEW STEVENS VS RYAN DAY 5-4

Rob Milkins VS Michael Holt 5-4

Barry Pinches VS Stephen Hendry (Scotland) 1-5

Mike Dunn VS Barry Hawkins 4-5

Mark Allen VS Michael Judge 5-2

Neil Robertson VS Stephen Lee 5-2

Joe Perry VS Stephen Maguire 0-5

QUARTER FINALS

DOMINIC DALE VS MATTHEW STEVENS 5-2

Robert Milkins vs Stephen Hendry 5-2

Barry Hawkins vs Mark Allen 5-2

Neil Robertson vs Stephen Maguire 5-2

SEMI FINALS

Matthew Stevens (Wal) bt Stephen Hendry (Sco) 6-4

Neil Robertson (Aus) bt Mark Allen (NIrl) 6-4

FINAL

Matthew Stevens (Wal) vs Neil Robertson (Aus) 9-7

CHAMPION : NEIL ROBERTSON ( AUSTRALIA )


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jhleong November 7, 2008 Reply

Ronnie O’Sullivan has pulled out of the upcoming Bahrain Snooker Championship on the advice of doctors due to him suffering from fatigue.

 
jhleong November 7, 2008 Reply

Mark Selby,2 time world champion John Higgins and double ranking event winner Ding Jun Hui(CHINA) will all miss Bahrain as they will be playing the Premier League event.

 
jhleong November 7, 2008 Reply

Bristolian 19-year-old emerging star Judd Trump ,with his best run in a ranking event at the recent Royal London Watches Grand Prix where he reached the semi-finals, beating Ronnie O’Sullivan before losing to John Higgins in the final.
Judd trump beat 2 time world champion Mark Williams 5-2 in the final qualifying round of the first-ever ranking event in Bahrain.
Judd Trump(left handed), who is also the youngest ever player to make a 147 at the age of 14

 
jhleong November 11, 2008 Reply

Marcus Campbell compiled a maximum 147 break in his 5-0 wild card round win at the Bahrain Snooker Championship.
This is the 2nd 147 in this tournament …..

 
jhleong November 11, 2008 Reply

6 time world champion Steve Davis has withdrawn from the World Bahrain Snooker Championship 2008 .
51-year-old Steve Davis has been suffering from an ear infection and his withdrawal means Welshman Dominic Dale has been handed a bye into the quarter-finals .

Dominic Dale beat Hong Kong’s Marco Fu in the opening round on Sunday evening were automatically qualify into the quarter-finals.

Steve Davis is the 5th player to pull out of the new event with Ronnie O’Sullivan, John Higgins, Mark Selby and Ding Jun Hui also not in attendance.

 
admin November 13, 2008 Reply

Stephen Hendry made back-to-back century breaks beat Robert Milkins to set up a semi-final meeting with Matthew Stevens at the Bahrain Championship in Manama.

 
admin November 16, 2008 Reply

Australia’s Neil Robertson claimed his 3rd ranking event with a marathon 9-7 win over Matthew Stevens in the final of the Bahrain Championship.
The 26-year-old had previously won the 2006 Grand Prix and the 2007 Welsh Open but this was his first victory on foreign soil.
He scooped a winner’s cheque of £48,000 while moving up the provisional rankings list in the process. Stevens picked up £22,500.

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