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Snooker season 1981/1982

The snooker season 1981/1982 was a series of snooker tournaments played between 27 June 1981 and 28 May 1982. The following table outlines the results for ranking events and the invitational events.

Snooker season 1981/1982
Details
Duration27 June 1981–28 May 1982
Tournaments19
Triple Crown winners
UK ChampionshipEngland Steve Davis
MastersEngland Steve Davis
World ChampionshipNorthern Ireland Alex Higgins

CalendarEdit

Date[n 1] Rank Tournament name Venue City Winner Runner-up Score Reference
06–25 06–27   AUS NR Australian Masters Channel 10 Television Studios Sydney   Tony Meo   John Spencer [n 2] [1]
09–22 09–25   SCO NR Scottish Masters Kelvin Hall Glasgow   Jimmy White   Cliff Thorburn 9–4 [2]
10–?? 10–??   ENG NR International Open Assembly Rooms Derby   Steve Davis   Dennis Taylor 9–0 [3]
10–?? 11–01   ENG NR World Team Classic (team event) Hexagon Theatre Reading   England   Wales 4–3 [4][5]
11–03 11–07   NIR NR Northern Ireland Classic Ulster Hall Belfast   Jimmy White   Steve Davis 11–9 [6][7]
11–22 12–05   ENG NR UK Championship Guild Hall Preston   Steve Davis   Terry Griffiths 16–3 [8]
01–?? 01–??   ENG NR Pot Black BBC Studios Birmingham   Steve Davis   Eddie Charlton 2–0 [9][10]
01–10 01–13   ENG NR The Classic Civic Centre Oldham   Terry Griffiths   Steve Davis 9–8 [11]
01–26 01–31   ENG NR The Masters Wembley Conference Centre London   Steve Davis   Terry Griffiths 9–5 [12]
02–?? 02–24   ENG NR Tolly Cobbold Classic Corn Exchange Ipswich   Steve Davis   Dennis Taylor 8–3 [13][14]
02–?? 02–28   WAL NR Welsh Professional Championship Ebbw Vale Leisure Centre Ebbw Vale   Doug Mountjoy   Terry Griffiths 9–8 [15][16]
03–01 03–07   ENG NR International Masters Assembly Rooms Derby   Steve Davis   Terry Griffiths 9–7 [17]
03–05 03–07   SCO NR Scottish Professional Championship Glen Pavilion Dunfermline   Eddie Sinclair   Ian Black 11–7 [18]
03–?? 03–14   NIR NR Irish Professional Championship Riverside Theatre Coleraine   Dennis Taylor   Alex Higgins 16–13 [19][20]
03–?? 03–28   IRL NR Irish Masters Goff's Kill   Terry Griffiths   Steve Davis 9–5 [21][22]
04–?? 04–??   SCO NR Highland Masters Eden Court Theatre Inverness   Ray Reardon   John Spencer 11–4 [6]
04–30 05–16   ENG WR World Snooker Championship Crucible Theatre Sheffield   Alex Higgins   Ray Reardon 18–15 [23]
05–?? 05–??   ENG NR Bass and Golden Leisure Classic Liverpool Centre Liverpool   Rex Williams   Ray Edmonds 4–1 [6]
05–22 05–28   WAL NR Pontins Professional Pontins Prestatyn   Steve Davis   Ray Reardon 9–4 [24][25]
WR = World ranking event
NR = Non-ranking event

Official rankingsEdit

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

No. Ch. Name
1     Cliff Thorburn
2     Steve Davis
3     Terry Griffiths
4     Ray Reardon
5     Dennis Taylor
6     Doug Mountjoy
7     David Taylor
8     Eddie Charlton
9     Bill Werbeniuk
10     Kirk Stevens
11     Alex Higgins
12     Fred Davis
13     John Virgo
14     John Spencer
15     Perrie Mans
16     Graham Miles

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Dates use the month day format
  2. ^ The final was decided on aggregate score over three frames.

ReferencesEdit

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  22. ^ "On this Week: Irish hat-trick success". Eurosport UK. Archived from the original on 2 June 2011. Retrieved 2 June 2011.
  23. ^ Turner, Chris. "World Professional Championship". Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Archived from the original on 16 April 2013. Retrieved 2 May 2011.
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