Perry Ruthlessly Ends Selby’s Title Defence in his Own Quiet, Dignified Style

From The Crucible, Sheffield In less than a day, Mark Selby’s stranglehold on the World Championship was ripped from his grasp. The dust had barely settled around the Crucible, the lamps above the table barely warmed when Joe Perry sent the defending champion packing from his own Sheffield fortress, the 10-4 hammering Selby’s first defeat…Read more Perry Ruthlessly Ends Selby’s Title Defence in his Own Quiet, Dignified Style

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O’Sullivan’s Success is Remarkable in its Effortlessness

Ronnie O’Sullivan credits a lot of his success to running. His 2014 autobiography was titled as such, and the 42 year-old has repeatedly lauded the effect that this increased cardio exercise has had on his game. Even last week, in the thick of the action at the Players Championship in Llandudno, O’Sullivan posted videos to…Read more O’Sullivan’s Success is Remarkable in its Effortlessness

Millwall 1-1 Sunderland: Honours Even Between Two Teams Heading In Opposite Directions

Backs against the wall. Panicked, hacked clearances. Holding on for dear life. This is not what Sunderland fans had bargained for ahead of their return to the Championship. And yet, this was the sight facing the 2,000 strong Mackem army who descended on Millwall’s the Den on Saturday. Last year’s League One play-off winners had…Read more Millwall 1-1 Sunderland: Honours Even Between Two Teams Heading In Opposite Directions