Four-time winner John Higgins is 5-3 behind against David Gilbert after the first session of their World Snooker Championship semi-final in Sheffield.
Qualifier Gary Wilson earned a place in the World Snooker Championship semi-finals for the first time after beating fellow Englishman Ali Carter 13-9 in Sheffield today.
England's Judd Trump has a 7-1 lead heading into the second session of his quarter-final against Scotland's Stephen Maguire at the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield.
Home player Judd Trump won six frames in a row tonight to settle a dramatically fluctuating match against China’s Ding Junhui with a 13-9 win that put him in the quarter-finals of the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield.
China's Ding Junhui fought back from 5-1 down to take a two-frame lead in his second-round match against Judd Trump at the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield.
Defending world snooker champion Williams cleared by hospital after chest pains - but then cleared out by Gilbert
Reigning champion Mark Williams, who went to hospital with chest pains after yesterday evening’s opening session of his second round match at the World Snooker Championships in Sheffield, returned today in defence of his title - but lost 13-9 to England’s David Gilbert.
Judd Trump overturned a 6-3 deficit to win a thrilling final-frame decider against Thepchaiya Un-Nooh and keep his World Snooker Championship hopes alive today.
Amateur player James Cahill pulled off the biggest shock in the history of the World Snooker Championships as he completed a 10-8 first-round win over five-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan.
Sheffield’s Crucible Theatre, regular host to the World Professional Snooker Championship, is to stage a second major annual snooker tournament – the ROKiT World Seniors.
Goalball UK successfully ran their first school competition in Sheffield as part of the organisation's National Schools Competition Programme.
Brazilian star Dias breaks world record to claim gold at World Para Swimming World Series event in Sheffield
Fourteen-time Paralympic champion Daniel Dias of Brazil was among the gold medallists on day two of the World Para Swimming World Series leg in Sheffield, winning the men’s 50 metres freestyle event in a world record-breaking time.
Double Rio 2016 gold medallist Ollie Hynd is among the leading names set to compete at the Para Swimming World Series in English city Sheffield, where action is due to begin tomorrow.