Blackpool's James Cahill begins his latest World Snooker Q School campaign tonight
James Cahill’s latest attempt to win a World Snooker tour card gets underway this evening.
The 26-year-old makes his first appearance in the final Q School event at Sheffield’s Ponds Forge.
He meets Jack Haley at 7pm in a best-of-seven match, with the winner facing either Daniel Womersley or Alfie Davies on Tuesday night.
This year’s Q School format has seen three events taking place, running from May 16 to June 2 with the four semi-finalists in each one receiving tour cards.
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However, having dropped off the tour at the conclusion of the 20/21 campaign, he lost 4-1 to Lucas Kleckers in round three of this year’s first qualifier.
He then reached round four in the second before losing 4-3 against Ross Bulman, having led on three separate occasions.