Players Tour Championship Snooker 2014-15 Finals

Players Tour Championship 2014/2015 – Finals

2015 Facts

Dates 24–28 March 2015
Venue Montien Riverside Hotel
City Bangkok
Country Thailand
Organisation(s) WPBSA
Format Ranking event
Total prize fund £350,000
Winner's share £100,000
Defending champion (England) Barry Hawkins

Prize Money and Ranking Points

Stage Prize Fund
Winner £100,000
Runner-up £38,000
Semi-finalist £20,000
Quarter-finalist £12,500
Last 16 £7,000
Last 32 £4,000
Highest break £2,000
Total £350,000

2015 Seeding List

Rank Player European Tour Asian Tour Total
1 (England) Shaun Murphy 48,249 0 48,249
2 (Northern Ireland) Mark Allen 31,833 0 31,833
3 (Scotland) Stephen Maguire 29,333 200 29,533
4 (England) Mark Selby 28,499 0 28,499
5 (Australia) Neil Robertson 27,249 0 27,249
6 (England) Judd Trump 26,916 0 26,916
7 (England) Joe Perry 9,166 12,000 21,166
8 (England) Robert Milkins 17,750 2,500 20,250
9 (Wales) Mark Williams 16,250 2,900 19,150
10 (England) Matthew Selt 15,500 2,900 18 400
11 (England) Stuart Bingham 6,334 10,600 16,934
12 (England) Jimmy Robertson 10,083 3,500 13,583
13 (England) Peter Ebdon 11,833 1,500 13,333
14 (England) Mark Davis 12,416 600 13,016
15 (England) Martin Gould 12,500 0 12,500
16 (England) Barry Hawkins 12,000 0 12,000
17 (China) Ding Junhui 0 11,500 11,500
18 (England) Oliver Lines 4,500 6,000 10,500
19 (England) Rod Lawler 10,499 0 10,499
20 (Belgium) Luca Brecel 9,832 0 9,832
21 (Thailand) Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 3,332 6,200 9,532
22 (England) Ricky Walden 9,083 200 9,283
23 (Scotland) Alan McManus 9,084 0 9,084
24 (England) Michael Holt 3,583 5,000 8,583
25 (Wales) Michael White 8,583 0 8,583
26 (England) Mark King 7,000 1,400 8,400
27 (Hong Kong) Marco Fu 7,416 600 8,016
28 (Scotland) Anthony McGill 8,000 0 8,000
29 (Wales) Ryan Day 3,749 4,000 7,749
30 (England) Chris Wakelin 7,416 0 7,416
31 (Scotland) John Higgins 6,583 200 6,783
32 (Wales) Dominic Dale 6,583 0 6,583

2014/2015 Finals

Final: Best of 7 frames. Referee: Paul Collier.
Montien Riverside Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand, 28 March 2015.
Mark Williams (9)
Wales
3–4 Joe Perry (7)
England
73–22 (64), 80–0 (57), 103–30 (103), 15–64, 0–68 (50), 21–59 (56), 7–78 (54)
103 Highest break 56
1 Century breaks 0
3 50+ breaks 3

2014/2015 Main Draw

Last 32
Best of 7frames

Shaun Murphy 4
Rod Lawler 2

Martin Gould 4
Michael White 3

Barry Hawkins 2
Mark King 4

Judd Trump 4
Luca Brecel 0

Robert Milkins 0
Chris Wakelin 4

Matthew Selt 4
Oliver Lines 1

Mark Williams 4
Th Un-Nooh 1

Mark Selby 4
Dominic Dale 0

S Maguire 4
John Higgins 3

Jimmy Robertson 2
Michael Holt 4

Peter Ebdon 1
Anthony McGill 4

Joe Perry 4
Ding Junhui 1

Neil Robertson 4
Marco Fu 3

Mark Davis 4
Ricky Walden 2

Stuart Bingham 4
Alan McManus 1

Mark Allen 4
Ryan Day 3
































Last 16
Best of 7 frames

 

Shaun Murphy 2
Martin Gould 4




Mark King 2
Judd Trump 4




Chris Wakelin 2
Matthew Selt 4





Mark Williams 4
Mark Selby 3




Stephen Maguire 3
Michael Holt 4




Anthony McGill 3
Joe Perry 4




Neil Robertson 1
Mark Davis 4




Stuart Bingham 4
Mark Allen 2



























Quarter-finals
Best of 7 frames







Martin Gould 2
Judd Trump 4










Matthew Selt 3
Mark Williams 4










Michael Holt 1
Joe Perry 4











Mark Davis 1
Stuart Bingham 4

 























Semi-finals
Best of 7 frames














Judd Trump 2
Mark Williams 4






















Joe Perry 4
Stuart Bingham 1

 


















Final
Best of 7 frames



























Mark Williams 3
Joe Perry 4

Players Tour Championship 2013/2014 – Finals

Dates - 25 – 29 March 2014

Venue - Bailey Allen Hall

City - Galway

Country - Ireland

Organisations) - WPBSA

Format - Ranking event

Total prize fund - £300,000

Winner's share - £100,000

Players Tour Championship 2013/2014 – Finals Champion : Barry Hawkins

Players Tour Championship 2013/2014 Prize Money and Ranking Points

  Prize Fund Ranking Points
Winner £100,000 3,000
Runner-up £38,000 2,400
Semi-finalist £20,000 1,920
Quarter-finalist £10,000 1,500
Last 16 £5,000 1,140
Last 32 £2,500 840
Highest break £2,000
Total £300,000

Players Tour Championship 2013/2014 Main Draw

Last 32
Best of 7frames

M Allen 4
J Jones 2

F O'Brien 4
M Holt 3

Sam Baird 3
Hamilton 4

R Walden 1
G Greene 4

J Higgins 4
J Robertson 2

Ding Junhui 3
Woollaston 4

Marco Fu 4
G Wilson 0

Williams 4
Lu Haotian 1

O'Sullivan 4
S Donaldson 0

L Wenbo 2
Yu Delu 4

S Maguire 0
B Hawkins 4

S Bingham 3
Ryan Day 4

S Murphy 4
N Robertson 2

J Trump 4
Ju Reti 1

J Perry 4
Mark Davis 3

Mark Selby 0
D Gilbert 4

































Last 16
Best of 7 frames

 

M Allen 4
F O'Brien 1




A Hamilton 3
G Greene 4




J Higgins 4
Bn Woollaston 2





M Fu 4
M Williams 2




R O'Sullivan 3
Yu Delu 4




B Hawkins 4
R Day 3




S Murphy 0
J Trump 4




Joe Perry 4
D Gilbert 1



























Quarter-finals
Best of 7 frames







M Allen 2
G Greene 4










J Higgins 1
M Fu 4










Yu Delu 1
B Hawkins 4











J Trump 4
J Perry 2

 























Semi-finals
Best of 7 frames














G Greene 4
Marco Fu 2






















B Hawkins 4
J Trump 1

 


















Final
Best of 7 frames



























G Greene 0
B Hawkins 4

Players Tour Championship 2013/2014 Finals

Final: Best of 7 frames.
Guild Hall, Preston, England, 29 March 2014.
Gerard Greene (18)
 Northern Ireland
0-4 Barry Hawkins (30)
 England
0–119 (117), 0–75 (75), 35–61 (50), 15–62
34 Highest break 117
0 Century breaks 1
0 50+ breaks 3

Players Tour Championship Snooker 2013

Dates - 12 – 17 March 2013

Venue - Bailey Allen Hall

City - Galway

Country - Ireland

Organisation(s) - WPBSA

Format - Ranking event

Total prize fund - £250,000

Winner's share - £70,000

Champion - Ding Junhui

Runner-up - Neil Robertson

Score - 4–3

Prize Fund

  Prize Fund Ranking Points
Winner £100,000 3,000
Runner-up £40,000 2,400
Semi-finalist £20,000 1,920
Quarter-finalist £9,500 1,500
Last 16 £5,000 1,140
Last 32 £2,500 840
Highest break £2,000
Total £300,000

Main Draw

Last 32
Best of 7frames

Selby 3
Lisowski 4

Gould 2
Ford 4

Fu 4
Joyce 2

Higgins 2
Carter 4

Robertson 4
Burnett 2

Hawkins 4
Hang 0

Dott 1
Guodong 4

Trump 3
Burden 4

Junhui 4
Higginson 3

Milkins 2
McGill 4

Allen 4
Davis 0

Maguire 3
Swail 4

Lawler 4
Yupeng 2

Doherty 2
Maflin 4

Woollaston 4
Williams 3

Bingham 2
Perry 4
































Last 16
Best of 7 frames

 

Lisowski 3
Ford 4





Fu 4
Carter 1




Robertson 4
Hawkins 1





Guodong 4
Burden 2




Junhui 4
McGill 3





Allen 4
Swail 0



Lawler 3
Maflin 4




Woollaston 4
Perry 3




























Quarter-finals
Best of 7 frames







Ford 4
Fu 1












Robertson 4
Guodong 1










Junhui 4
Allen 3











Lawler 4
Woollaston 3

 

























Semi-finals
Best of 7 frames














Ford 3
Robertson 4
























Junhui 4
Lawler 0

 



















Final
Best of 7 frames





























Robertson 3
Junhui 4

Finals

Final: Best of 7 frames.
Bailey Allen Hall, Galway, Ireland, 17 March 2013.
Neil Robertson (7)
Australia
3–4 Ding Junhui (3)
China
88–45 (88), 80–0 (58), 72–55 (60, 51), 0–122 (52, 70), 0–130 (130), 44–70, 7–98 (98)
88 Highest break 130
0 Century breaks 1
3 50+ breaks 5