Snooker season 1992/1993

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Snooker season 1992/1993
Details
Duration August 1992–30 May 1993
Tournaments 26
Triple Crown winners
UK Championship England Jimmy White
Masters Scotland Stephen Hendry
World Championship Scotland Stephen Hendry

The snooker season 1992/1993 was a series of snooker tournaments played during the years 1992 and 1993. The following table outlines the results for ranking, minor-ranking and the invitational events.

Calendar[edit]

Date[n 1] Rank Tournament name Venue City Winner Runner-up Score Reference
08–?? 08–??  BEL NR European Challenge Happy European Sports & Business Centre Waregem Scotland Stephen Hendry England Joe Johnson 4–0 [1]
09–02 09–05  ENG NR Pot Black Norbreck Castle Hotel Blackpool England Neal Foulds Thailand James Wattana [n 2] [2]
09–?? 09–??  CHN NR Kent Classic Haidian Stadium Beijing England John Parrott Scotland Stephen Hendry 6–5 [1]
09–23 09–27  SCO NR Scottish Masters Civic Centre Motherwell England Neal Foulds England Gary Wilkinson 10–8 [3]
10–03 10–09  UAE WR Dubai Classic Al Nasr Stadium Dubai England John Parrott Scotland Stephen Hendry 9–8 [4]
10–12 10–25  ENG WR Grand Prix Hexagon Theatre Reading England Jimmy White Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 10–9 [5]
10–26 11–05  SCO MR Benson & Hedges Championship Masters Club Glasgow Scotland Chris Small Scotland Alan McManus 9–6 [6]
11–?? 11–??  BEL NR Humo Masters Antwerp Thailand James Wattana England John Parrott 10–5 [1]
11–13 11–29  ENG WR UK Championship Guild Hall Preston England Jimmy White England John Parrott 16–9 [7]
12–04 12–12  ENG NR World Matchplay The Dome Doncaster Thailand James Wattana England Steve Davis 9–4 [8]
12–12 12–21  ENG MR Strachan Challenge – Event 1 Jimmy White Snooker Lodge Aldershot Northern Ireland Joe Swail Netherlands Stefan Mazrocis 9–4 [9]
12–?? 12–??  IND NR Indian Masters Delhi England Steve Davis England Steve James 9–6 [1]
01–03 01–12  ENG MR Strachan Challenge – Event 2 Radion Plaxa Club Sheffield England Troy Shaw England Nigel Bond 9–4 [9]
01–?? 01–??  IRL NR Irish Professional Championship Jury's Hotel Cork Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty Republic of Ireland Stephen Murphy 9–2 [10]
01–21 02–06  WAL WR Welsh Open Newport Centre Newport Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty Scotland Alan McManus 9–7 [11]
02–01 02–06  ENG MR Strachan Challenge – Event 3 Jimmy White Snooker Lodge Aldershot Malta Tony Drago Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 9–7 [9]
02–07 02–14  ENG NR The Masters Wembley Conference Centre London Scotland Stephen Hendry Thailand James Wattana 9–5 [12][13]
02–15 02–21  BEL WR European Open Matchroon Schijnpoort Antwerp England Steve Davis Scotland Stephen Hendry 10–4 [14][15]
02–22 03–06  ENG WR British Open Assembly Rooms Derby England Steve Davis Thailand James Wattana 10–2 [16][17]
03–?? 03–??  THA NR Nescafé Extra Challenge Bangkok England Ronnie O'Sullivan Thailand James Wattana [n 3] [1]
03–13 03–20  THA WR Asian Open Imperial Queens Park Hotel Bangkok England Dave Harold Wales Darren Morgan 9–3 [18][19]
03–23 03–28  IRL NR Irish Masters Goff's Kill England Steve Davis Scotland Alan McManus 9–4 [20]
04–02 04–11  ENG WR International Open Plymouth Pavilions Plymouth Scotland Stephen Hendry England Steve Davis 10–6 [21][22]
04–17 05–03  ENG WR World Snooker Championship Crucible Theatre Sheffield Scotland Stephen Hendry England Jimmy White 18–5 [23]
05–08 05–15  WAL NR Pontins Professional Pontins Prestatyn Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty Wales Darren Morgan 9–3 [24]
01–03 05–30  ENG NR European League Thornbury Leisure Centre Bristol England Jimmy White Scotland Alan McManus 10–7 [25]
WR = World ranking event
MR = Minor-ranking event
NR = Non-ranking event

Official rankings[edit]

The top 16 of the world rankings, these players automatically played in the final rounds of the world ranking events and were invited for the Masters.[26][27][28]

No. Ch. Name
1 Steady Scotland Stephen Hendry
2 Rise England John Parrott
3 Steady England Jimmy White
4 Fall England Steve Davis
5 Rise England Neal Foulds
6 Rise Wales Terry Griffiths
7 Rise Thailand James Wattana
8 Fall England Gary Wilkinson
9 Rise England Nigel Bond
10 Fall England Steve James
11 Fall Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor
12 Rise England Martin Clark
13 Rise Scotland Alan McManus
14 Fall Canada Alain Robidoux
15 Rise England Willie Thorne
16 Rise Wales Darren Morgan

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Dates use the month day format
  2. ^ Result not available. All matches were recorded in one day, and than broadcast in half hour programme weekly.
  3. ^ No play-off was played, and the winner was decided via a league format.

References[edit]

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