Monthly Archives: April 2013

It’snowheaven – TSA Takeover – By Jess Softley

The Snowboard Asylum took over Castleford’s SNO!zone in the last week of April, bringing with it a killer park set up. And with a 27m combo of boxes, nicknamed Boxzilla, monster kickers and rails, this park would definitely accommodate even the best of riders.

Running from 9pm till 10pm, riders had plenty of time to show off their freestyle techniques on the park, with the best tricks earning you a spot prize.

Not only were TSA on the slope to hand out spot prizes but they were also on hand before the jam session, offering tips on freestyle tricks and help to improve riders skill and technical ability.

After shredding it on the park, riders were met by live bands in the upstairs bar to also accommodate those who came to witness Castleford’s talent and TSA’s insane knack for creating challenging park set

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Terrace View – Van Persie Scores on Return to Arsenal – By Billie Marshall

Robin Van Persie scored on his first return to the Emirates to deal Arsenal a blow in their pursuit of a top four finish.

Van Persie’s first half penalty had cancelled out an early Theo Walcott opener as Arsenal fall behind Chelsea in the Premier League table, having played a game more.

Having secured the title in their last game, United were met by a guard of honour from the Arsenal players, but it was a performance from United which seemed lacklustre early on.

Needing to win all their remaining games to overhaul Chelsea’s Premier League points record, it was perhaps a result which has a bigger impact on the home side.

Arsenal were quick starters and shown the intensity and tenacity which they lacked in many games earlier the season.

Robin Van Persie, booed by the majority of the home support, was guilty of losing the ball on the half way line. Thomas Rosicky slipped the ball inside of Patrice Evra before Walcott calmly finished past David De Gea.

Arsenal continued their early dominance and De Gea was forced into a save when Santi Cazorla’s dipping and swerving effort was goal-bound.

Despite their poor start, United had the better of the chances. Van Persie was freed down the left and his clipped ball found Phil Jones but his header missed the target from 10 yards out.

In an identical move moments later, Nani crossed for Van Persie but his close range header was saved instinctively from Wojciech Szczesny.

Despite the pressure from Arsenal, it was a mistake from Sagna which gave United an opportunity to level. An under-hit back pass fell to Van Persie and his attempts to make amends gifted United a penalty, for which Van Persie emphatically put away.

After the break, Rosicky found space on the edge of the area but his shot was hit wide after a smart dummy to evade the challenge of Patrice Evra

Arsenal continued to remain patient, but the intensity of the first half lacked on both sides. Laurent Koscielny volleyed over before Santi Cazorla forced a smart save from compatriot De Gea.

As the game fizzed out, it was United who could have won it late on. Following an Arsenal corner, Wayne Rooney quickly countered and switched the play to Ryan Giggs, but his effort was deflected wide.

Manchester United seemed to be feeling the effects of a week of celebrations following their capture of a 20th league title but It was a result that gives Arsenal’s north London rivals Tottenham, a marginal advantage in the race for a coveted Champions League place with only 3 games of the season left.

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Game On – Liverpool Thrash Newcastle – By Tim Magnus

Liverpool ended their traumatic week in style as they demolished a woeful Newcastle United side 6-0 at St James’ Park.

After learning of Luis Suarez’s fate after his incredible act of stupidity, where he bit Branislav Ivanovic, in last week’s draw with Chelsea, Liverpool needed a strong performance to bring some much needed positivity to the club.

They couldn’t have started any better, as Daniel Agger gave them the lead after three minutes, but this was only a taste of things to come. Newcastle had bitten off more than they could chew against the Liverpool trio of Henderson, Sturridge and the impressive Coutinho and two goals each for Sturridge and Henderson, with fine assists from Couthinho, was the least they deserved in an awe inspiring performance.

Fabio Borini’s first Premier League goal put the icing on the cake for Brendan Rodger’s side as they proved too hot to handle for a Newcastle side, who also lost Mathieu Debuchy to a red card late on, and who don’t look up for the relegation scrap they are still, unexpectedly, involved in.

Tottenham rescued a point in the final stages as a 2-2 draw against Wigan at the DW Stadium did little to aid either side’s respective end of season ambitions. With Spurs pushing London rivals Arsenal and Chelsea all the way for a Champions League spot and Wigan pushing for yet another “great escape” from relegation, it was a must win game for both sides.

In incredible circumstances it was Tottenham, and inevitably Gareth Bale, who scored the first goal of the game after charging down a clearance from Wigan goalkeeper Joel. The Latic’s, despite being the architects of their own downfall here, responded immediately with an Emmerson Boyce goal to restore clarity in an open, end to end game of football.

Callum McMannaman’s first Premier League goal looked to be sending Wigan out of the Premier League drop zone but a late own goal from goalscorer Boyce cruelly stole a precious two points from Roberto Martinez’s side and gave Andres Villas Boas possibly an important point in his quest for Champions League football.

West Brom produced an emphatic 3-0 victory over Southampton at the St Mary’s Stadium, in a game which saw three red cards from debutant referee Robert Madley. The star of the show was, once again, on loan Chelsea forward Romelu Lukaku, as he scored one and assisted the other two to show his credentials for the PFA young player of the year, for which he has made the shortlist.

The Baggies first came from Marc Antoine Fortuné as he rewarded manager Steve Clarke’s decision to start him with a goal. Lukaku then doubled his sides lead before referee Madley produced straight red cards for Gaston Ramirez and goalscorer Fortuné for violent conduct with both decisions seemingly correct.

Shane Long then made the game safe with his side’s third before Danny Fox flew into a disgraceful two footed lunge on Steven Ried to leave referee Madley with no alternative than finish the game three players short of the original 22.

Manchester City recovered from losing their title by seeing off a strong West Ham side at the Etihad Stadium with a 2-1 win.

A first half Sergio Aguero goal and a superb second half thunderbolt courtesy of Yaya Touré looked to have given City a relatively comfortable three points but a Joe Hart howler late on gifted Andy Carroll a goal to take the shine off the fallen Champions of England’s victory.

Charlie Adam scored only his third goal of the season to move Stoke up to the magic 40 point mark as the Potters beat Norwich City 1-0 at the Brittania Stadium.

Despite not being mathematically safe yet, this victory will almost certainly mean that Stoke will be involved in a sixth straight Premier League campaign next season as they produced a typically hard working and physical display to see off fellow relegation rivals Norwich City who now may have to take something from their final two home games to be sure of staying in the division.

Everton continued their impressive campaign with a 1-0 victory over Fulham to keep in the shadows of their competitors for a European place next season.

Steven Piennar grabbed the only goal of the game, as he profited from one of the moves of the season as Everton passed the ball effortlessly around the pitch before finding Piennar on the edge of the area to drill home.

The three points may not eventually mean that David Moyes’ side get their European wish but it still gives them increased positivity before their Merseyside derby next weekend.

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Pit Stop – Bahrain Grand Prix – By Lewis Brearley

Watching the Bahrain grand prix it was hard not to imagine being in the shoes of Martin Whitmarsh, the McLaren team principal.

As his two drivers, the experienced Jenson Button and his new protégé Sergio Perez aggressively raced each other and banged wheels, I was on edge. Whitmarsh, as the man responsible for McLaren’s success must have been near cardiac arrest.
After experiencing this sensation and reflecting upon it, it is hard not to feel confused about why there was no communication from him to either of his drivers.

Perez was getting more success with looking after his rear tyres and was therefore faster than Button at the later end of their respective stints. Button was therefore fighting a battle he could not realistically win.

With so much on the line, the race having seen the best performance from McLaren so far this season, surely it was a massive risk not to order Button to let Perez past or, if McLaren are so set on not using team orders under any circumstances, at least inform Button of the likely futility of battling his team mate, to allow him to make his own informed decision.

Certainly it is hard not to believe that with the same situation at any of the other top teams, the team principal would not be heard over the team radio with some kind of instruction.

Brawn at Mercedes, Domenicali at Ferrari and Horner at Red Bull, having now learnt his lesson would have all taken to the radio airwaves.

McLaren left Bahrain with just three points less than Mercedes but if you analyse the finishing positions it becomes clear that this wasn’t the maximum return for their efforts.

The decision not to tell Button about the risks of being so aggressive with Perez arguably exacerbated his tyre wear issues and led to a fourth pit-stop being made which dropped Button right down from sixth to tenth.

Another team to make operational mistakes in Bahrain was Ferrari. After the DRS system on Alonso’s car failed early in the race it was obvious that it would be a risk to engage the device again. Yet Ferrari told Alonso that all would be fine and this decision cost Alonso any chance of getting the podium which had looked likely.

He instead finished eighth and with the competition looking so strong, who knows how costly this could be.
After four races the season looks to have distilled into a battle between the raw pace and aerodynamic superiority of the Red Bull versus the more efficient tyre use and balance of the Lotus. In fact the podium at Bahrain was the same as it was last year.

However that doesn’t mean we can discount Ferrari, Mercedes or even McLaren, all three of these teams having shown pace at different points of the four races now passed.
Bahrain certainly showed who must be classed as the favourite to succeed though. He can lead from the front, he can overtake, he can keep his head and he’s got a terrific machine under him: Vettel.

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Cue Action – World Champs Spark Surprises – By Will Vallely

The first round of the World Championships is currently underway at the Crucible in Sheffield.

So far we have seen plenty of shock results. Up to now, three former World Champions have been knocked out. This has led to much talk of the new generation of players coming to the forefront.

Most of the attention of the first round was on four-time Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan, his match on Saturday was his first match back since September.

Despite his recent absence he easily beat of experienced Scotsman Marcus Campbell. Ronnie started the match in excellent shape with a break of 82 in the first frame. His form looked good throughout the first session as he commanded a 7-2 lead. He went on to win the match by a comfortable scoreline of 10-4.

World Number three Judd Trump, looks capable of matching his high expectations after defeating veteran Dominic Dale. Trump made his 10-5 win look reasonably easy.

O’Sullivan will next be in action on Saturday, when we will see a repeat of both the 2008 final and last year’s final as he will face old rival Ali Carter. Carter booked his place in the second round last night by beating debutant Ben Woollaston, he also managed to win by 10 frames to four.

Last night also saw perhaps the biggest shock of the tournament; much fancied world number five Stephen Maguire lost in a final frame decider against Thai qualifier Dechawat Poomjaeng.

Dechawat, known to his friends as Jack, has quickly become a Crucible favourite, throughout the match he was in a jolly mood and became a crowd favourite by doing things such as, applauding his own shots and trying to break off when it wasn’t his turn.

Poomjaeng had to win four qualifiers just to reach the first round. In the second round he will face fellow qualifier Michael White. White, 21 managed to beat two-time champion Mark Williams in an all welsh affair. White looked in great form, and won by a somewhat comfortable four frame margin. Mark Williams has previously threatened to quit the game due to his lack of form.

Four-time World Champion John Higgins has also crashed out earlier than expected. His defeat was at the hands of 42 year old Mark Davis.

Despite his age, Davis is currently in the best form of his career having reached three ranking event semi-finals this season. He had previously beaten Higgins in the UK Championships last December.

Another much fancied winner Mark Allen also suffered an early defeat. He lost a close encounter against Mark King. King was trailing by eight frames to six but aggressively reeled off four straight frames to cement his place in round two.

Elsewhere, Graeme Dott prevailed in a clash of former champions. He came through a long gruelling match with 2002 champion Peter Ebdon. Dott looked in decent form as he beat Ebdon by a scoreline of 10-6. Dott has been known to bring his A-game to the Crucible and has been to the final on three occasions, however this year he was looking to avenge his 10-1 thrashing to the hands of Joe Perry in last year’s first round.

2005 winner Shaun Murphy came through comfortably by defeating Martin Gould by 10 frames to five. Murphy made two centuries on his way to the victory.

Two times ranking event winner Ricky Walden produced the biggest victory of the first round so far He smashed Michael Holt 10-1. Ricky will surely be delighted by his victory as he has never previously been beyond the first round.
Young debutant Jack Lisowski had no answers against Barry Hawkins.

Hawkins produced a very comfortable 10-3 victory over the 21 year old.
The first round is still underway in Sheffield, hut both Ding Junhui and World Number 1 Mark Selby hold commanding leads in their first round ties.

2010 champion Neil Robertson will soon kick off his crucible campaign against Robert Milkins.

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It’snowheaven – Here Come The Girls – By Jess Softley

Just for men? Think again!

As the only all women’s 5star event in the world, the Supergirl Jam ended this season on a high, as 25 of the best female snowboarders, all competed to show their individual talent.

In conjunction with Community Cup, the Supergirl Sno Pro headed to the slopes of Breckenridge, Colorado for the Slopestyle event, the first event of the 2013 Supergirl Jam. With the snowboarding season almost over, the all-female event then heads to North America for the only ASP Star level female surf contest, giving the chance to show off the ever increasing talent in women’s surfing.

With perfect conditions, blue skies and a stomping set up, Breckenridge was ready to be ridden! And with seven of the top ten female snowboarders participating, the finale was bound to be a close call.

The Superfinal kicked off with each rider taking 3 runs, with the highest point taking Gold. XGames Champ Silje Norendal held her nerve, securing her place in the final as she pulled off a brilliantly technical run to take 3rd place with 87.75. Just missing out on first place was boarder Christy Prior who pulled out a frontside rodeo 720, securing 2nd place with a total of 90 points.

With Christy edging ever closer to that first place podium spot, Sarka Pancochova pulled off an insanely talented second run, killing it on the jumps and rails with a half cab 50 50 backside 360 off the barrel and a switch 540 to score the highest of the day, just stealing 1st place with 92 points.

After a brilliant day, Sarka summed up how she felt about her run: “I did the best run of my life today. It was a great season-ending competition and it was so fun to be out here with these girls on a course we designed and voted on. The conditions today were perfect: the weather, the course, the vibe. All of that contributed to what I was able to do today, and I can’t wait to compete in the Supergirl Snow Pro next year.”

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Terrace View – Suarez does it again – By Billie Marshall

Luis Suarez scored late into stoppage time to rescue a point for Liverpool, but the game was overlooked after replays shown Suarez had bitten Branislav Ivanovic earlier in the game.

With the focus on the returning Rafael Benitez before the game, it was the controversial Uruguayan who again made the headlines in an entertaining game for the striker.

Brazilian Oscar had put Chelsea ahead earlier in the game before Daniel Sturridge’s half time introduction gave Liverpool extra impetus.

Sturridge tapped in for the equaliser, before the game turned into the ‘Suarez show’. His handball gifted Chelsea a penalty for which Eden Hazard put away to restore the away side’s lead.

But following a tussle in the penalty area, it seemed Suarez had bitten Ivanovic on the arm as frustration again got the better of the Liverpool forward.

However, In typical Suarez fashion it was his late header that rescued a point for Liverpool to cap off a dramatic match.

It is not the first time Luis Suarez has been in trouble for biting. He received a seven game ban when playing for Ajax after he appeared to bite Otman Bakkal. It is now likely the striker may have played his last game of the season for Liverpool with a ban looming.

The first half was a cagey affair, with Liverpool lacking any attacking threat and Chelsea keeping possession well after a slow start.

Glen Johnson drove forward and when Suarez returned him the ball, the former Chelsea man could only steer the ball wide under pressure from Petr Cech.

Chelsea grew into the half as the match went on and were ahead shortly after. An in swinging Juan Mata corner found the head of an unmarked Oscar to head past Pepe Reina.

As Liverpool failed to respond, they very nearly fell two goals behind. A dipping free-kick from David Luiz was spilt, only to be recovered on the line by Reina.

Recognising the lack of attacking intent, Daniel Sturridge came on at half time against his former side and was immediately involved.

The striker set up Steven Gerrard but his first time effort was saved superbly by the legs of Cech in the Chelsea goal.

Moments later, Sturridge again cut inside and his powerful shot bounced back off the post as Liverpool continued to apply pressure on the Chelsea goal.

Liverpool finally equalised just after. A lovely hooked cross from Suarez gave Sturridge a simple tap in to even up the scores.

However the lead wouldn’t last for long. A handball from Suarez gifted Eden Hazard the opportunity to re-take the lead, and he made no mistake, sending Reina the wrong way.

As the game drew to a close, relentless late pressure from Liverpool finally paid off in the seventh minute of injury time. An in swinging Sturridge cross found the head of Suarez to scores his 23rd league goal of the season.

The result will come as a bitter blow to former Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez, who received a standing ovation on his entrance to the Anfield pitch.

The result leaves Chelsea in fourth position in the race for the Champions League, but the match itself seems to be overshadowed by a certain Uruguayan’s  controversial antics.

 

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Game On – QPR almost down – By Tim Magnus

Another defeat for QPR leaves them all but relegated, as they succumbed to another defeat at Loftus Road, this time with a 2-0 loss to out of form Stoke City. Goals either side of half time from ex Rangers forward Peter Crouch and Jonathan Walters was enough to give the Potters just their second win of 2013.

Crouch’s goal came just before the break whilst Walter’s goal came courtesy of a penalty, awarded against Clint Hill, with which Walters had to convert twice as he was made to retake it.

The only bright sparks for QPR were Loic Remy and occasionally Adel Taarabt, but the rest of the side seemed to have resigned themselves to the fate of relegation.

Stoke however, now sit on 37 points and will feel that this win could be the catalyst for a run of form which will see them beat the drop.

Kevin Nolan’s 100th career goal helped West Ham push Roberto Martinez’s Wigan closer to Championship football next year as the Hammers secured a 2-0 victory at Upton Park.

In what seemed like a must win game for Wigan, it was clear that attack would be their weapon of choice in this season turning game for the Latics, as Shaun Maloney, James Mccarthur and Callum Mcmannaman all had chances early on. Vitally, it was West Ham who took the lead, as Matt Jarvis’ cross evaded everyone and ended up in the Wigan net.

A second half acrobat strike from Nolan assured the Upton Park faithful of the three points and left Wigan sitting precariously in the relegation zone, knowing that their fate is dependent on other results.

Arsenal overcame ten man Fulham 1-0 at Craven Cottage as they gritted out a hard fought victory to elevate their chances of Champions League football. Steve Sidwell’s straight red card early on left Fulham with a small mountain to climb, but for large parts they looked the superior side. It wasn’t until Per Mertesacker found the net just before half time, for his third goal of the season, that Arsenal managed to create any chances. Olivier Giroud’s late, albeit incredibly harsh, red card will see him miss three games but it didn’t detract from another vital three points in Arsene Wenger’s quest for fourth spot.

It was the tale of two Bennett’s at Carrow Road as goals from Ryan and Elliott Bennett secured a 2-1 for Norwich over relegation certainties Reading.

With Nigel Adkin’s side needing a miracle to stay up and Norwich nervously glancing over their shoulders for survival it was no surprise that the Canaries came out the brighter of the two teams.

They were rewarded with goals from Ryan Bennett and then Elliott Bennett, although Reading did pull one back through Garath McCleary, it as Norwich who took the points and are probably the only team out of the two who will be in the Premier League next season.

Paulo Di Canio’s first home game in charge of Sunderland produced his second win in three games, as they followed up their 3-0 derby success with a 1-0 victory over European chasing Everton at the Stadium of Light.

Stephane Sessegnon scored the only goal of the game as Di Canio’s rejuvenation of a previously woeful Sunderland side looks set to keep the Black Cats in the Premier League. They are now six points and four places above safety whilst Everton’s Champions League dream took a near fatal hit with defeat to Paulo Di Canio’s men.

Newcastle’s recovery from their derby day defeat didn’t quite go as planned as Billy Jones rescued an equaliser for West Brom in a 1-1 draw at the Hawthorns. Relegation threatened Newcastle started the game well, despite losing to local rivals Sunderland 3-0 last weekend, and took the lead eight minutes in through Frenchman Yoann Goufrann.

A vital win was snatched from them however, as the Baggies clawed their way back into the game through Jones and held on for a point to leave Alan Pardew’s Europa League quarter finalists still in a dogfight to stay in the Premier League.

Southampton held Capital One Cup champions Swansea to a goalless draw at the Liberty Stadium as both sides can start to look towards next season as they are now sat comfortably midway in the Premier League.

Southampton’s Mauricio Pochettino has proven his worth since taking over from Nigel Adkin’s and this goalless draw is now his sixth game unbeaten in a row. Swansea sit ninth in the Premier League and they can look to build onto a famous season for the Welsh club, which saw them win their first major trophy.

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Pit Stop – Back in Bahrain – By Lewis Brearley

If the Chinese grand prix whetted your appetite for motor racing action then there’s not long to wait for another dose.

This weekend sees the Formula One season moving onto Bahrain, for the last Asian race before the European season.

The form of the Chinese grid looks set to shift again as the layout of the Sakhir circuit offers a different set of challenges for the cars than the Shanghai track.

As opposed to the long corners of Shanghai, Sakhir contains mostly shorter corners. This diverts the majority of the stress away from the front of the cars towards the rear, and therefore a strong, stable rear end is vital to success in Bahrain.

If you take a look at last year’s result, it’s hard to predict a very different result. Red Bull, Lotus and Force India all shone in conditions where the car’s control of tyre degradation was of prime importance.

These three cars look to have carried that trait forward into the current season, with Force India especially moving their game up. A Sebastian Vettel, Kimi Raikkonen podium looks to be confident bet then, but the odds of Force India reaching a podium are much higher. To do so they would have to beat both Ferraris, Mercedes and McLarens; a near impossible task, although Paul di Resta and Adrian Sutil are both strong enough drivers to pull it off should the chance arise.

The third podium spot could be filled by anyone. The ever-improving McLaren of Jenson Button, either of the two quick Mercedes, Fernando Alonso or Mark Webber.

A result for Webber is much in need already, due to the torrid month he has just endured. A podium would silence the critics and re-assert his role as the man who gives the champion a close race.

The rookie class of 2013 will also be looking to Bahrain as a place to raise opinions of themselves, particularly Esteban Gutierrez. The Sauber driver has looked completely out of his depth, just as most F1 pundits had predicted, the Mexican having appeared nowhere near as reliable for F1 in last year’s GP2 series. The Sauber management too were uncertain, but due to Mexican sponsorship they were required to grit their teeth and take him on.

Gutierrez has the raw speed to make it in F1 but, as shown in the case of Romain Grosjean, it takes a much more complete driver to cut it when racing the very best in the world’s fastest cars.
As the Bahrain grand prix unfolds we might just gain a few more answers to all these questions.

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Cue Action – World Championship Preview – By Will Vallely

The draw has been made for the first round of this year’s World snooker Championships.

Defending champion Ronnie O’Sullivan will face Scotsman Marcus Campbell. It will be Ronnie’s first competitive match since September. If O’Sullivan beats Campbell he could have a last 16 tie against old rival Ali Carter. Carter has lost twice to O’Sullivan in World Championship finals, first in 2008 and then again in 2012.

However Carter will firstly have to navigate past Ben Woollaston
Four time World Champion John Higgins will face world number 16 Mark Davis. These two recently met at the UK Championships in the second round. Mark Davis won that time despite a fight back from john Higgins which included a 147.

Another stand out tie is a repeat of the 2006 final as Graeme Dott faces off against 2002 winner Peter Ebdon, who earns his place in the first round this year as a qualifier.

2011 runner up Judd Trump will face veteran Welshman Dominic Dale.
One of the tournament favourites Neil Robertson is matched up against Robert Milkins. Robertson will be much fancied as a former champion as well as recently winning the China Open.
Two time champion Mark Williams is involved in an all welsh clash as he faces off against 21 year old qualifier Michael White.

Chinese sensation Ding Junhui is involved in a first round match against veteran Alan McManus. McManus hasn’t played at the crucible for a number of seasons but boasts an impressive record at the crucible as he is a two time semi-finalist.

One of the hardest ties to call is a matchup between world number 15 Barry Hawkins and the ever improving young qualifier Jack Lisowski. Lisowski is the most improved player on the tour this season and is currently at 37 in the rankings.

The winner of that tie could get a second round match against World number 1 Mark Selby. Selby has yet to win the world championship but was runner up in back in 2007. However, Mark will have to deal with Matthew Selt first.

The world championships begin on Saturday at the Crucible theatre, Sheffield.

Here is the draw in full:
Ronnie O’Sullivan v Marcus Campbell
Ali Carter v Ben Woollaston
Stuart Bingham v Sam Baird
John Higgins v Mark Davis
Shaun Murphy v Martin Gould
Graeme Dott v Peter Ebdon
Matthew Stevens v Marco Fu
Judd Trump v Dominic Dale
Neil Robertson v Robert Milkins
Ricky Walden v Michael Holt
Mark Williams v Michael White
Stephen Maguire v Dechawat Poomjaeng
Mark Allen v Mark King
Ding Junhui v Alan McManus
Barry Hawkins v Jack Lisowski
Mark Selby v Matthew Selt

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