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Snooker - 08 Aug 2001
British Eurosport announced today another major rights coup, by securing live and exclusive rights to Scotland's premier snooker event - the Regal Masters in Glasgow starting on Tuesday 18th September.
Snooker - 27 Jun 2001
Seven-times world champion Stephen Hendry, world No 1 Mark Williams and The Sportsmasters Network (now 110 Sport) today failed in their bid to persuade the High Court to break up World Snooker.
Snooker - 21 May 2001
Mark Wildman and Jason Ferguson have been re-appointed chairman and vice-chairman of World Snooker.
Snooker - 14 May 2001
World Snooker today announced that it is to remove the rule relating to events in which players can take part with effect from Wednesday 16 May. The move comes as the governing body for the sport prepares to announce its five-year business plan after a root-and-branch review of the sports' commercial activities.
Snooker - 14 Mar 2001
Snooker's UK Championship is heading north to the Barbican Centre at York for the next three years and will have a new time slot on BBC Television.
Snooker - 08 Mar 2001
World Snooker chief executive Jim McKenzie today reacted to the news that The Sportsmasters Network are to drop plans for a rival world tour as ‘a victory for common sense and the members’.
Snooker - 27 Feb 2001
TSN applied to the court today for an injunction to prevent the World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association from applying its rules. No injunction was granted.
Snooker - 16 Feb 2001
Malcolm Thorne has been appointed Challenge Tour Manager by World Snooker and will take up his new post on March 1.
Snooker - 16 Feb 2001
Leading consumer and IT electronics manufacturer LG Electronics are to sponsor snooker’s Grand Prix in a three-year deal worth more than £1million.
Snooker - 08 Feb 2001
Terrestrial television coverage is key to the future of snooker. That was the message from World Snooker chief executive Jim McKenzie today after the BBC had given public backing to the professional game’s governing body.
Snooker - 24 Jan 2001
Negotiations between World Snooker and The Sportsmasters Network (TSN) have ended without any agreement being reached.
Snooker - 22 Dec 2000
Griffiths Leaves World Snooker for Rebel Tour
Snooker - 20 Dec 2000
World Snooker Forecasts £1m Profit for New Season
Snooker - 06 Dec 2000
IBSF World Snooker Championship Seeks Title Sponsor
Snooker - 12 Oct 2000
BBC Signs New Six -Year, Four-Tournament Snooker Deal
Snooker - 10 Oct 2000
BSkyB Renews Top Snooker Contracts
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