Robert Milkins produced a stunning upset by knocking Australia's Neil Robertson out of the World Championship at the Crucible. In a first round that has seen a host of shocks, the win of the 37-year-old from Gloucester against the world No 2 was among the biggest.
On a night of comedy and high farce at the Crucible, the joke was on Dechawat Poomjaeng.
'The Rocket' will defend his world title despite not playing at top level since quitting last May
O'Sullivan has been on sabbatical
Winona Ryder found 'Black Swan' "difficult" to film.
It was the year of the Ford Cortina, Gay Pride and power cuts. But when Bloody Sunday tore through 1972, Britain changed: the Sixties were finally over
From dominant force in the Eighties to rank outsider this year, Steve Davis has filed innumerable memories for action replays in his mind but will there ever be one more vivid than his astonishing 13-11 victory over John Higgins, the defending champion, to become the oldest World Championship quarter-finalist for 27 years.
The former world champion Shaun Murphy survived a real scare to keep his World Championship hopes alive in Sheffield yesterday.
This sequel is just so 2006, despite its funny moments – and 'Borat' did it so much better
Ronnie O'Sullivan wants to be remembered as a showman more than as a prolific winner of trophies. The 33-year-old began his World Championship campaign with a 10-5 victory over Stuart Bingham at the weekend.
Ronnie O'Sullivan today fired a brilliant 147 maximum break to book his place in the quarter-finals of the 888.com World Championship in Sheffield.