Masters Snooker 2002: Day 1 Highlights (1975– ) online
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The 1975 Benson & Hedges Masters was the first of the non-ranking snooker tournament at which many of the World's top players competed. It was held from Monday 13th to Friday 17 January 1975 at the West Centre Hotel in London. Ten players were invited for the event. John Spencer won the inaugural event by defeating Ray Reardon 9–8 on the re-spotted black in the final frame. The highest break of the tournament was 92 made by Spencer in the first frame of the final.
Masters Snooker Highlights Air Dates. S2019E03 - Day 3 Air Date: 16 January 2019 00:05 -. Sorry, but right now we don't have any sources for this episode. Hazel Irvine introduces highlights from Tuesday night's match featuring 2015 Masters champion Shaun Murphy against Barry Hawkins, a runner up at Alexandra Palace in 2016. S2019E04 - Day 4 Air Date: 16 January 2019 23:15 -.
2002 Masters (snooker). Benson & Hedges Masters. The 2002 Benson & Hedges Masters was a professional non-ranking snooker tournament that took place between 3 and 10 February 2002 at the Wembley Conference Centre in London, England. Paul Hunter won his second Masters title defeating Mark Williams in another final frame decider. In the match Williams had led 5–0 before Hunter made it 5–5. Then both players played all the way before Hunter lead 9–8. Williams then made a frame winning break to turn into another decider. Ryan Day won the qualifying tournament, known as the 2001 Benson & Hedges Championship at the time Century breaks.
Show Guide for Masters Snooker Highlights. Includes an episode list, cast and character list, character guides, gallery, and more. Highlights of the day's action presented by Hazel Irvine. Network: BBC Two (2009 - now). Schedule: Daily (50 min). Official site: ww. bc.
More info on 2002 Masters (snooker). The 2002 Benson and Hedges Masters took place between 3 and 10 February, 2002 at the Wembley Conference Centre. Paul Hunter won his second Masters title beating Mark Williams in another final frame decider. In the match Williams had led 5-0 before Hunter made it 5-5. Then both players played all the way before Hunter lead 9-8. Hunter them made a break of 68 to become only the third player to retain the title after Cliff Thorburn and Stephen Hendry.