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         Snooker:     more books (100)
  1. Snooker: How to Become a Champion (The Challenge series) by Rex Williams, 1976-07
  2. Benson & Hedges Snooker Year
  3. How To Play Snooker by Stanley Newman, 2010-08-25
  5. The Book of Snooker Disasters and Bizarre Records
  7. Billiards and Snooker by Jack Karnehm, 1973-06
  8. Matchroom Snooker (Pelham practical sports) by Steve Davis, Terry Griffiths, et all 1988-05-23
  9. Complete snooker for the amateur: Comprising 'How I play snooker' and 'Advanced snooker for the average player' with a supplement 'Shots you must know' by Joe Davis, 1969
  10. 2002 in Cue Sports: 2002 in Snooker, 2002 World Snooker Championship, 2002 Welsh Open, 2002 Uk Championship, 2002 Premier League Snooker
  11. Who's Who in Snooker Bargain Book by Ian Morrison, 1988-10-21
  12. Winning Snooker with Eddie Charlton by Eddie Charlton, 1976-11
  13. Better Billiards and Snooker by Clive Everton, 1985-06
  14. Understanding Billards and Snooker (Pelham pictorial sports instruction series) by Jack Karnehm, 1984-10

81. | Play Better Snooker | Snooker Cues And Cases Online Store
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82. International Snooker League
The purpose of the ISL is to play amateur snooker throughout the world on an annual basis and each country in turn has the honour of hosting the tournament
The purpose of the ISL is to play amateur snooker throughout the world on an annual basis and each country in turn has the honour of hosting the tournament INTERNATIONAL SNOOKER LEAGUE 2007
May 19th - May 26th
33rd Annual Snooker Tournament Bermuda, Old Colony Club ISL Winners Bermuda 2007
Joe Davis Team Winners Bermuda Stephen Roberts
Steven Bremar
Chance McLean Team Runner Up Old Colony Club Adam Bendall
Dennis Coyle
Tony Dawson Section A Winner Bermuda Stephen Roberts Section B Winner Halifax Maurice Doucet Section C Winner Ireland Mike Mitchell High Break in Tournament (87) Halifax Ken Shea High Break in Section A: (87) Halifax Ken Shea High Break in Section B (37) Halifax Maurice Doucet High Break in Section C (24)
Mone Fong Handicap Doubles Winners
Bermuda Chance McLean Handicap Doubles Runner Up Ireland Connor Maguire Scratch Winner Toronto Paul Fleming Scratch Runner Up Halifax Ken Shea Donald Thomas Winners Old Colony Club Dennis Coyle Donald Thomas Runner Up Vancouver Rick MacKenzie Bill Olsen Handicap Individual Winner Toronto Paul Flemming Handicap Individual Runner Up Halifax Steve Pavlick Man of The Tournament Old Colony Club Tony Dawson President Maurice Doucet Past President Noel Miller-Cheevers Honorary Members Ray Reardon Born: October 8 1932 Representing : Wales In 1957, Ray Reardon was nearly killed when he was trapped for three hours after a mining accident. After his lucky escape, he decided to quit the Welsh pits and find employment as a policeman in Stoke. The English Amateur champion in 1964, Ray captured his first World Professional title in 1970 and went on to dominate the decade by winning the World title on another five occasions including a remarkable quartet of successes from 1973-1976. A former president of the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association, Ray remains a snooker legend and managed to reach the semi-finals of the World Championship in 1985 - at the age of 53! Awarded an MBE for his services to snooker, Ray was a role model for many young players coming into the game in the 1970's and 1980's.

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