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Its Snooker Again - Ray Reardon (2), Brass Standfast, Dale Mitchell Humphries - Its Snooker Again (Vinyl)


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  1. Rd 2 (5) Chris Totten (a) v: Robbie McGuigan (a) Today 10am: Rd 2 (5) Hans Blanckaert (a) v: Robert James (a) Today 10am: Rd 2 (5) Stan Moody (a) v: Brandon Hall (a) Today 10am: Rd 2 (5) Steven Evans (a) v: Jamie Curtis-Barrett (a) Today 10am: Rd 2 (5) Tam Mustafa (a) v: Simon Lichtenberg: Today 10am: Rd 2 (5) Stephen Craigie (a) v.
  2. "Classic Snooker will enable both beginners & more will experienced players to get the maximum enjoyment from this ever-popular sport. Packed with the sort of practical advice only a first-class player can give, Classic Snooker also reveals how Ray Reardon played his way to the top.
  3. Ray Reardon, MBE (8 October ) is a Welsh retired snooker player who dominated the sport in the s, winning six World Championships. Despite being a genial figure, his dark widow's peak and sharp-toothed grin earned him the nickname "Dracula". Contents[show] Early life Reardon was born on 8 October , in the coal mining community of Tredegar in Monmouthshire. Wanting to play snooker Best ranking: 5.
  4. The –79 snooker season was a series of snooker tournaments played between August and June The following table outlines the results for the ranking and the invitational events. Contents.
  5. Apr 25,  · With Ted Lowe, Graham Miles, Ray Reardon. Ray Reardon won his third World title by defeating Graham Miles in the final.
  6. Snooker player Ray Reardon's professional Match results, Frame scores, centuries, prize money, statistics from season - Snooker Database of Results & Statistics.
  7. Jun 28,  · Snooker was a different game back then, a funny old game. Here is a clip of John Spencer and Ray Reardon playing, from somewhere early seventies. Times change. Ray Reardon and John Spencer were.
  8. Aug 03,  · Frame 2. A reload of the original video with a better audio/ visual match-up. Ray Reardon takes on John Virgo in a 3 frame exhibition at the crucible in

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