Hossein Vafaei Ayouri – the 13th Asian Under-21 Snooker Champion

Is there any stopping to Hossein Vafaei Ayouri? A Seven-Nation Championship title only a month ago and now he’s crowned as the 13th Asian Under-21 Snooker Champion. Last year he thrilled spectators in India by winning the IBSF Snooker World Championship and once again India was the stage for his recent coronation.  Let’s see how it all went down in beautiful Goa, India. Pakistani Pedigree The tournament began on Monday

Pakistan Unable to Clinch the Seven Nation Snooker Championship

A seven nation snooker championship successfully concluded in Pakistan on March 9, 2012.  The international event commenced on March 4 with prize money of $2000 for the first place and $1000 for the runner up.  The championship included players from Pakistan, India, Iran, Thailand, UAE, Egypt and Bahrain.  It was a very well planned and organized event with 20 players from seven nations. A Breakdown of The Players The Pakistani

Imran Shehzad Repeats History in NBP Ranking Snooker Championship

The NBP Ranking Snooker Championship that was recently held in Karachi began with a lot of excitement and expectations because a number of big names were competing.  However, it progressed with several upsets as the top seed Shahid Aftab, Asjad Iqbal, Khurram Agha and veteran players Naveen Perwani and Muhammad Yusuf could not live up to the challenge presented by their opponents at different stages of the tournament.  Pakistan’s number

Shaping the Future of Snooker in Pakistan

Pool halls scattered around the big cities in Pakistan are considered by many a nuisance where the youth waste their precious time.  This assertion is true to some extent, but there is another side to these joints.  The pool/snooker parlors are also acting as nurseries for budding players of a sport that is on the rise in Pakistan and has brought home two amateur world championships and several other top