2009 Premier League Snooker

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PartyCasino.com Premier League Snooker
Tournament information
Dates 3 September-
29 November 2009
Country United Kingdom
Organisation(s) Matchroom Sport
Format Non-ranking event
Total prize fund £200,000
Winner's share £30,000
Highest break 139
Final
Champion England Shaun Murphy
Runner-up England Ronnie O'Sullivan
Score 7–3
2008
2010

The 2009 PartyCasino.com Premier League Snooker was a professional non-ranking snooker tournament that was played from 3 September to 29 November 2009.[1][2]

Shaun Murphy won in the final 7–3 against defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan.[3]

Prize fund[edit]

The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:[4]

  • Winner: £30,000
  • Runner-up: £15,000
  • Semi-final: £5,000
  • Frame-win: £1000
  • Century-break: £1000
  • Total: £200,000

League phase[edit]

Ranking Scotland
HIG
England
TRU
England
OSU
England
MUR
Scotland
HEN
Australia
ROB
Hong Kong
FU
Frame
W-L
Match
W-D-L
Pld-Pts
1 John Higgins x 4 4 4 3 4 3 22–14 4–2–0 6–10
2 Judd Trump 2 x 4 4 4 2 4 20–16 4–0–2 6–8
3 Ronnie O'Sullivan 2 2 x 4 3 3 4 18–18 2–2–2 6–6
4 Shaun Murphy 2 2 2 x 3 4 5 18–18 2–1–3 6–5
5 Stephen Hendry 3 2 3 3 x 5 1 17–19 1–3–2 6–5
6 Neil Robertson 2 4 3 2 1 x 4 16–20 2–1–3 6–5
7 Marco Fu 3 2 2 1 5 2 x 15–21 1–1–4 6–3

Top four qualified for the play-offs. If points were level then most frames won determined their positions. If two players had an identical record then the result in their match determined their positions. If that ended 3–3 then the player who got to three first was higher.[4] (Breaks above 50 shown between (parentheses); century breaks are indicated with bold.)[5]

  • 3 September – Penrith Leisure Centre, Penrith, England[6]
    • Neil Robertson 4–2 Judd Trump → 0–(139), (80)–7, (66)–(62), (58) 72–0, (89)–8, 34–75
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 4–2 Marco Fu → 27–71, 66–4, (133)–4, (106) 115–6, (131) 135–0, 0–(83)
  • 17 September – Malvern Theatres, Great Malvern, England[7]
    • Shaun Murphy 2–4 John Higgins → 50–72, 73–24, (53)–77 (53), 28–70 (58), (72)–0, 18–92 (61)
    • Stephen Hendry 2–4 Judd Trump → (104) 117–0, (57, 68) 125–0, (51)–70, 29–51, 0–126(103), 0–(88)
  • 24 September – Southampton Guildhall, Southampton, England[8]
    • Neil Robertson 1–5 Stephen Hendry → 32–69 (60), 1–99 (98), 78–4, 19–52, 10–58 (51), 1–133 (127)
    • John Higgins 3–3 Marco Fu → (69)–8, 24–65, 60–52, 39–65, (90)–16, 46–66
  • 1 October – Sands Centre, Carlisle, England[9]
    • Marco Fu 2–4 Judd Trump → 19–(100), (82)–0, 25–75, 61–63, 6–(120), (81)–0
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 3–3 Neil Robertson → (52) 75–48, 6–84 (77), (112) 113–14, 86–42, 0–117 (91), 4–72
  • 15 October – AECC, Aberdeen, Scotland[10]
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 4–2 Shaun Murphy → (104)–0, 68–1, (56) 89–5, 0–101 (81), 45–84, (75) 85–5
    • John Higgins 3–3 Stephen Hendry → 54–65, 36–(76), (92)–0, (73) 92–0, 70–1, 5–71 (64)
  • 22 October – Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby, England[11]
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 3–3 Stephen Hendry → 1–75 (51), 38–65, (78)–0, 0–(76), (95) 99–0, 68–7
    • Shaun Murphy 5–1 Marco Fu → 1–117 (91), 63–14, (62) 88–5, (105)–0, (134)–0, (62) 92–7
  • 29 October – Guildhall, Preston, England[12]
    • John Higgins 4–2 Neil Robertson → 69–51, 41–66, 70–28, (73)–34, (63) 80–28, 17–50
    • Shaun Murphy 3–3 Stephen Hendry → 75–50, (55) 75–26, 4–110 (68), 6–100 (96), 54–19, 23–66
  • 5 November – Riverside Leisure Centre, Devon, England[13]
    • Marco Fu 2–4 Neil Robertson → 54–14, 19–84, 41–71, (90) 95–0, 63–70, 58–60
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 2–4 Judd Trump → 33–80 (67), 93–8, 0–(79), 20–81 (50), 65–69, (50) 87–8
  • 12 November – Hutton Moor Leisure Centre, Weston-super-Mare, England[14]
    • John Higgins 4–2 Judd Trump → 7–35, (63)–(65), 40–65, (53) 88–79, (74) 78–5, (75) 107–1
    • Shaun Murphy 4–2 Neil Robertson → 68–37, (59) 75–99, (104) 119–6, (64) 73–8, 0–(109), 94–8
  • 19 November – Venue Cymru, Llandudno, Wales[15]
    • Marco Fu 5–1 Stephen Hendry → 64–40, (70)–25, 14–72, 98–15, 71–15, (122) 128–11
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 2–4 John Higgins → 9–(72), 16–70 (64), (129) 134–0, 0–(107), 0–128 (119), (68) 76–48
    • Shaun Murphy 2–4 Judd Trump → 78–66, 11–64 (63), 39–63, 75–22, 43–57, 50–64

Play-offs[edit]

28–29 November – Potters Leisure Resort, Hopton-on-Sea, England[5][16]

Semi-finals
Best of 9 frames
Final
Best of 13 frames
           
1 Scotland John Higgins 3
4 England Shaun Murphy* 5
4 England Shaun Murphy*** 7
3 England Ronnie O'Sullivan 3
2 England Judd Trump 1
3 England Ronnie O'Sullivan** 5

* (61) 80–35, 4–80, (96)–0, 0–(110), 34–77, 61–71 (65), 67–1, 40–75
** 0–(98), 10–99 (53), 10–68 (66), 1–83 (76), (63)–30, (53)–(67)
*** (111) 119–9, 87–36, 70–0, 50–57, 0–(88), 61–67, 75–27, (75) 126–3, (63)–0, (67) 75–(67)

Qualifiers[edit]

The qualification for this tournament, the Championship League was played in eight groups from 5 January to 26 March 2009.

Century breaks[edit]

[4][5]

References[edit]

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  4. ^ a b c "Global Snooker: League Table, Century Breaks, Prize Fund". Archived from the original on 1 February 2010. Retrieved 2009-09-24. 
  5. ^ a b c "2009 PartyCasino.com Premier League Snooker". premierleaguesnooker.matchroomcms.com. Matchroom Sport. Archived from the original on 28 March 2010. Retrieved 5 January 2011. 
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  11. ^ "Week 6 Results". Global Snooker. Retrieved 22 October 2009. 
  12. ^ "Week 7 Results". Global Snooker. Retrieved 29 October 2009. 
  13. ^ "Week 8 Results". Global Snooker. Retrieved 5 November 2009. 
  14. ^ "Week 9 Results". Global Snooker. Retrieved 12 November 2009. 
  15. ^ "Week 10 Results". Global Snooker. Retrieved 19 November 2009. 
  16. ^ "Finals Results". Global Snooker. Retrieved 19 November 2009. 

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