World Grand Prix 2015 live scores and tournament schedule of play

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The World Snooker Grand Prix takes place in Wales this week, and you can keep in touch with all the latest results and fixtures from the all-new invitational event here.

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The latest in a series of additions to the packed snooker calendar features 32 of the world’s top cueists battling it out over seven days for £300,000 in prize money.

March be little over a fortnight old, but already the fourth tournament of the month is about to get underway as the season heads into its business end.

This field is comprised of the top 32 players on a one-year ranking system running from the 2014 World Championship to the 2015 Gdynia Open.

With Michael White having claimed both the Shoot-Out and Indian Open titles in recent weeks, he is very much the man of the moment heading into the competition, but faces a test of both nerve and energy back on home soil.

Five-time World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan starts out as favourite as he bids to open his title account for 2015, while World Champion Mark Selby, Neil Robertson, Judd Trump and Shaun Murphy also vie for glory.

Belgian teenager Luca Brecel, Welsh Open finalist Ben Woollaston and Scotland’s Anthony McGill are among the emerging stars in action, alongside the likes of John Higgins, Mark Allen and World Seniors Champion – Mark Williams.

The tournament runs from March 16-22 at the Venue Cymru in Llandudno, Wales.

All matches up to and including the Quarter-Finals will be contested over the best of seven frames, Semi-Finals are best of 11 frames and the final is best of 19 frames.

Matches from March 16-18 may change subject to players’ availability following results in the Indian Open (March 14). Grand Prix tournament schedule

Monday March 16

Round One


Mark Selby 4-1 Michael Holt (Match 1)

Martin Gould 4-1 Alan McManus (Match 2)


Stephen Maguire 4-1 Xio Guodong (Match 3)

Stuart Bingham 4-3 Anthony McGill (Match 12)


Neil Robertson 4-0 Luca Brecel (Match 9)

Barry Hawkins 0-4 Matthew Selt (Match 11)


Ronnie O’Sullivan 4-2 Rod Lawler (Match 16)

Mark Allen 3-4 Liang Wenbo (Match 13)

Tuesday March 17

Round One


Shaun Murphy 3-4 Peter Ebdon (Match 4)

Joe Perry 4-0 Ben Woollaston (Match 7)


Ricky Walden 4-1 Ding Junhui (Match 5)

Marco Fu 1-4 Mark Davis (Match 10)


John Higgins 3-4 Graeme Dott (Match 14)

Mark Williams 4-3 Ryan Day (Match 6)


Judd Trump 4-0 Dominic Dale (Match 8)

Robert Milkins 4-2 Michael White (Match 15)

Wednesday March 18

Last 16


Neil Robertson 3-4 Mark Davis (Match 21)

Matthew Selt 2-4 Stuart Bingham (Match 22)


Ricky Walden 3-4 Mark Williams (Match 19)

Joe Perry 2-4 Judd Trump (Match 20)


Robert Milkins 0-4 Ronnie O’Sullivan (Match 24)

Liang Wenbo 3-4 Graeme Dott (Match 23)


Mark Selby 2-4 Martin Gould (Match 17)

Stephen Maguire 1-4 Peter Ebdon (Match 18)

Thursday March 19

No play

Friday March 20



Mark Davis 0-4 Stuart Bingham (QF 3)

Martin Gould 4-2 Peter Ebdon (QF 1)


Graeme Dott 1-4 Ronnie O’Sullivan (QF 4)

Mark Williams 3-4 Judd Trump (QF 2)

Saturday March 21



Martin Gould 5-6 Judd Trump (SF1)


Stuart Bingham 0-6 Ronnie O’Sullivan (SF2)

Sunday March 22


1pm & 7pm

Judd Trump 10-7 Ronnie O’Sullivan

Prize money:

Winner: £100,000

Runner-up: £35,000

Semi-Final losers: £20,000

Quarter-Final losers: £10,000

Last 16 losers: £5,000

Last 32 losers: £2,500


Highest break: £5,000

Total: £300,000