THE final of the Bradford Snooker Championships takes place at Great Horton Conservative Club a week on Saturday, with two of the most dominant players in the district competing for the trophy.
Nine-time champion Wayne Cooper is looking to defend his title against four-time winner Gareth Green in the best-of-seven frame showpiece, which starts at 7.45pm.
* The second round of the Bradford Snooker Handicap has been drawn as follows:
A Stirk v N Hudson, M Rhodes v D Glover, A Tipper v A Davidson, A Green v C Buchan, S Sandhu v M Unsworth, A Maltby v M Sharp, P Davey v W Randviir, T McDonald v J Cavan, C Weir v A Hodgson, M Glen v H Mawson, R Denny v C Bottomley, M Yeadon v S Renardson, K Dunn v J Kormoczi, D Western v P Benn, A Boswell v G Green, I Szula v N Storr, L Walsh v T Astin, A Rhodes v P Hamilton, P Rennard v D Jagger, C Hegarty v C Smith, S Rushforth v S Hird, T Hall v J Walker, K Blakeley v P Rawlings, R Hagerty v R Lovett, T Borza v J Buchan, A Jefferies v J Wellham, R Morgan v R Atkinson, G Smyth v G Coleman, A McGann v D Conlon, J Hollings v M Pratt, S Harker v C Davies, C Sneddon v D Robson.
Players have until Monday, August 1 to complete their matches.
Full details can be found by clicking HERE but information will be sent out to all players by tournament director Eddie Ratcliffe.
* Any players wishing to take part in the Northern Snooker Centre Pro-Am in Leeds on Sunday must be there by 10.30am. The entry fee is £10.