World Seniors Championship Snooker 2022 | Draw, Live Scores and Schedule of Play
Snooker legends return to The Crucible for the 2022 World Seniors Championship, and you can follow the latest results and schedule of play here.
The 13th edition of the tournament features 24 players aged over 40 competing at the sport’s spiritual home.
This year’s field includes four former World Champions, as well as multiple former ranking event winners, as they compete for the prestigious title in Sheffield from May 4-8.
David Lilley is the defending champion after he defeated Jimmy White 5-3 in last year’s final behind closed doors.
Seven-time World Champion Stephen Hendry is vying for a first World Seniors crown, while other former World Champions competing include Ken Doherty, Joe Johnson and John Parrott.
Recent Tour Card holders Michael Holt and Rory McLeod will make their World Seniors Championship debuts, as well as Maria Catalano – cousin of Ronnie O’Sullivan.
Former World Seniors champions Jimmy White, Darren Morgan and Nigel Bond return to the line-up, alongside former tour professionals Lee Walker, Tony Knowles, Peter Lines and Michael Judge.
First Round and Last 16 matches are to be contested over the best of five frames, with Quarter-Finals and Semi-Finals best of seven and the final best of nine.
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World Seniors Championship 2022 Schedule of Play
Wednesday May 4
Lee Walker 3-0 Tony Knowles
Bob Chaperon 1-3 Philip Williams
Thursday May 5
Rory McLeod 3-0 Frank Sarsfield
Darren Morgan 3-2 Patrick Wallace
Ahmed Aly 1-3 Wayne Cooper
Nigel Bond 3-0 Stuart Watson
Wael Talaat 3-0 Maria Catalano
Michael Judge 1-3 Gary Filtness
Friday May 6
David Lilley 3-2 Philip Williams
Ken Doherty 3-1 Wayne Cooper
Stephen Hendry 0-3 Lee Walker
Michael Holt 3-1 Darren Morgan
Jimmy White 3-0 Wael Talaat
John Parrott 0-3 Nigel Bond
Saturday May 7
Joe Johnson 1-3 Rory McLeod
Peter Lines 3-0 Gary Filtness
Ken Doherty 2-4 Lee Walker
David Lilley 4-0 Michael Holt
Jimmy White 4-1 Rory McLeod
Nigel Bond 1-4 Peter Lines
Sunday May 8
Lee Walker 4-3 David Lilley
Jimmy White 4-0 Peter Lines
Jimmy White 4-5 Lee Walker