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2005 Premier League Snooker (2005/06)

The 2005 Betfred Premier League Snooker was a professional non-ranking snooker tournament that was played from 15 September to 4 December 2005.

Betfred Premier League Snooker
Tournament information
Dates15 September-
4 December 2005
CountryUnited Kingdom
Organisation(s)Matchroom Sport
FormatNon-ranking event
Highest break136
Final
ChampionEngland Ronnie O'Sullivan
Runner-upScotland Stephen Hendry
Score6–0
2006

Ronnie O'Sullivan won in the final 6–0 against Stephen Hendry.

League phaseEdit

Ranking  
OSU
 
HEN
 
DIN
 
DAV
 
MUR
 
WHI
 
MAG
Frame
W-L
Match
W-D-L
Pld-Pts
1 Ronnie O'Sullivan x 3 3 5 5 5 6 26–10 4–2–0 6–10
2 Stephen Hendry 3 x 3 4 4 5 2 21–15 3–2–1 6–8
3 Ding Junhui 3 3 x 2 3 4 3 18–18 1–4–1 6–6
4 Steve Davis 1 2 4 x 3 2 4 16–20 2–1–3 6–5
5 Shaun Murphy 1 2 3 3 x 3 4 16–20 1–3–2 6–5
6 Jimmy White 1 1 2 4 3 x 3 14–22 1–2–3 6–4
7 Stephen Maguire 0 4 3 2 2 3 x 14–22 1–2–3 6–4

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. (Breaks above 50 shown between (parentheses), century breaks shown in bold.)[1][2]

  • 15 September – Plymouth Pavilions, Plymouth, England
    • Ding Junhui 4–2 Jimmy White → 22–74 (58), 23–79, 58–48, (83)-24, 84–0, (61) 79–31
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 3–3 Stephen Hendry → 50–57, (104) 108–11, 63–58, 0–79, (125)-8, 23–67
  • 22 September – The Dome, Doncaster, England
    • Jimmy White 3–3 Shaun Murphy→ 0–124 (92), 64–54 (53), 33–81 (55), (50) 55–12, 29–70, (76)-7
    • Stephen Maguire 3–3 Ding Junhui → 76–38, (50) 99–0, 6–118 (80), 45–72 (63), 26–64, 76–40
  • 29 September – The Anvil, Basingstoke, England
    • Stephen Hendry 3–3 Ding Junhui → 1–119 (112), (92) 100–0, 45–78 (74), 69–14, (123)-14, 13–76
    • Jimmy White 4–2 Steve Davis → 65–35, (54,52) 106–0, 71–7, 57–22, 58–66, 6-(71)
  • 6 October – AECC, Aberdeen, Scotland
    • Shaun Murphy 3–3 Ding Junhui → (84)-0, 58–21, 0-(126), (58)-68, (62) 73–1, 0–134 (114)
    • Stephen Hendry 4–2 Steve Davis → (75) 125–0, 0–128 (103), (61) 76–1, (88)-0, 17-(69), (110) 114–1
  • 20 October – Assembly Rooms, Derby, England
    • Stephen Hendry 5–1 Jimmy White → (94)–0, 63–45, (59) 70–2, 12–71 (50), (57) 94–0, 74–8
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 6–0 Stephen Maguire → (83)-0, 86–42, (76)-30, (131)-7, (51) 86–12, (74)-5
  • 27 October – Fairfield Halls, Croydon, England
    • Stephen Maguire 2–4 Shaun Murphy → (56) 66–13, 0–57, 40–78, 73–35, 36–69 (65), 22–72
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 5–1 Steve Davis → (60) 86–13, (87)-19, 8–81 (55), 77–49, (101)-0, 65–24
  • 3 November – Grimsby Auditorium, Grimsby, England
    • Steve Davis 3–3 Shaun Murphy → 68–51, 3–65, (117) 126–1, 28–65 (63), (95) 96–19, 0-(125)
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 5–1 Jimmy White → (60) 105–0, 66–38, 0–71, (54) 72–5, (64) 81–1, (64) 71–0
  • 10 November – Magnum Centre, Irvine, Scotland
    • Stephen Hendry 4–2 Shaun Murphy → 59–40, 1-(82), 73–26, (104)-0, 25-(75), (79)-0
    • Jimmy White 3–3 Stephen Maguire → 59–15, 65–25, (60) 64–32, 38–67 (62), 33–71, 18–80
  • 17 November – Glades Arena, Kidderminster, England
    • Stephen Maguire 2–4 Steve Davis → 29–77, 48–9, 18–67, 50–87, 66–53, 37–72 (51)
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 3–3 Ding Junhui → 4–63, (100) 131–0, 46–9, 0–(116), (53) 57–78 (50), 64–57
  • 24 November – St David's Hall, Cardiff, Wales
    • Steve Davis 4–2 Ding Junhui → 67–6, 32–67 (51), 68–59, 69–25, 63–35, 9-(101)
    • Stephen Hendry 2–4 Stephen Maguire → 7–120 (108), 59–26, 2–68, 0–91 (50), 84–35, 7–77
    • Ronnie O'Sullivan 5–1 Shaun Murphy → 42–64, 88–45, (92)-0, (68) 83–43, (129) 137–0, 71–25

Play-offsEdit

3–4 December – G-Mex, Manchester, England[1][2]

Semi-finals
Best of 9 frames
Final
Best of 11 frames
      
1   Ronnie O'Sullivan* 5
4   Steve Davis 3
1   Ronnie O'Sullivan*** 6
2   Stephen Hendry 0
2   Stephen Hendry** 5
3   Ding Junhui 2

* (136)–0, (100) 105–1, (66)–72 (66), 0–103 (60), 50–75, (116) 122–0, (134)–0, (85)–0
** 43–88, 98–36, 62–21, (57) 67–26, (60) 97–0, 13–(89), (61) 76–0
*** (97)–6, 62–60, 73–29, 88–0, 65–41, 65–51

Century breaksEdit

[2]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "2005 (Winter) Results". premierleaguesnooker.matchroomcms.com. Matchroom Sport. Archived from the original on 27 February 2012. Retrieved 5 January 2011.
  2. ^ a b c "2005 Betfred Premier League". Global Snooker. Archived from the original on 15 August 2007. Retrieved 5 January 2011.