With such unbelievable players skill we see players digging deep to ensure they are in able to secure one of remaining prestigious 10 places on the World Snooker Tour at the 2021 Q School tournament which runs until Sunday June 13th . The Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield Is the home of this years Q School tournament .
Each of the three events is running for six days.
The four semi-finalists in each event will all earn a two-year tour card for the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons. Plus the next two highest players on the Order of Merit will also earn a card. All matches will be best of seven frames.
Here is a breakdown on todays matches
|Barry Pinches||4||v||0||Daniel Womersley|
|Sanderson Lam||4||v||1||Ross Muir|
|Mark Lloyd||1||v||4||Hammad Miah|
|Duane Jones||2||v||4||Craig Steadman|
|Robbie McGuigan||0||v||4||Michael Judge|
|Kuldesh Johal||4||v||2||John J Astley|
|Lei Peifan||1||v||4||Alfie Burden|
|Liam Pullen||1||v||4||Michael Collumb|
Quarter finals where we see Alfie Burden , Michael Judge, Craig Steadman & Barry Pinches who all earn a two-year tour card and join Peter Lines , Fraser Patrick , Jackson Page & Yuan Sijun for the 2021/22 and 2022/23 seasons. So huge congratulations
|Barry Pinches||4||v||3||Sanderson Lam|
|Hammad Miah||2||v||4||Craig Steadman|
|Michael Judge||4||v||0||Kuldesh Johal|
|Alfie Burden||4||v||1||Michael Collumb|
The final set of players meet from 10am tomorrow to try and secure the final 6 Tour card places that are left.