Boasting Professional Players Neil Robertson and Joe Perry who can regularly be found practicing during the day.
If snooker is your game then WT’s Sports bar is certainly the place to play
Boasting Professional Players such as Neil Robertson and Joe Perry who can be found practicing regularly during the day
10 am til noon – £3 per hour
Noon til 6pm – £5 per hour
6pm til 4am – £6 per hour
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Neil Robertson (born 11 February 1982) is an Australian professional snooker player. He made his first breakthrough into the top professional ranks in the 2006/2007 season. He won the 2010 World Championship and was the world number one later in the same year, a ranking that he attained again in 2013 and also in 2014.
Robertson is the only Australian to have won a ranking event, and was undefeated in his first six televised finals. Robertson is also one of eleven players to win both the world and UK titles, and one of ten to win the triple crown of World Championship, UK Championship and Masters. During the 2013/2014 season he became the first player to make 100 centuries in a single season.
Robertson is considered Australia’s best ever snooker player, as well as one of the best players from outside the United Kingdom in the sport’s history. He plays left-handed.
Joe Perry (born 13 August 1974) is an English professional snooker player. Often referred to as the “Fen Potter” and also nicknamed “the Gentleman”, he was born in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. He climbed the rankings steadily after turning professional in 1991, and reached the top sixteen for the first time in 2002.
His first ranking final came at the 2001 European Open and he had to wait another 13 years for a second which came at the 2014 Wuxi Classic. Perry then won his first major ranking title at the 2015 Players Championship Grand Final, at the age of 40 and in his 23rd season as a professional. He also won the minor-ranking 2013 Yixing Open and 2015 Xuzhou Open, and has also reached the semi-finals of the World Snooker Championship in 2008, and back-to-back UK Championship semi-finals in 2004 and 2005.