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Hurricane Hoggins Wins, 1982---*

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  1. John Joseph 'Jackie' Rea (6 April – 20 October ) was a Northern Irish snooker player. He was the leading Irish snooker player until the emergence of Alex Higgins.. Rea reached the semi-final of the World Championship losing to Fred reallihoudobodor.ducbubbklisnintfanicharpassrencupicon.infoinfo interest in professional snooker in decline he was one of four entries for the World Championships, losing to John Pulman in the reallihoudobodor.ducbubbklisnintfanicharpassrencupicon.infoinfo: 6 April , Dungannon, County Tyrone, Ireland.
  2. Jul 24,  · Alex Higgins Leave your tributes to the 'Hurricane' A one-off and a true sporting iconoclast, the two-time world champion passed away at the age of 61 after a .
  3. Higgins had already won the World Championship in and , as well as the Masters in and , so a victory in the UK Championship would make him just the third player – after Steve Author: Steven Pye.
  4. Alex Higgins v Jimmy White SF World Championship. Snooker Corner. July 3, · And if he does win it only electric finish, it's gonna be Jimmy what might be well satisfied that he had Alex bridging over the yellow there I think it's been going for a part A colossal screw shop Shotgun 生机 快点 进去 这里 可以 超级 滚 Oh.
  5. Jan 17,  · Nicknamed Hurricane Higgins because of his fast play, he was World Champion in and , and runner-up in and He won the UK Championship in and the Masters in and , making him one of ten players to have completed snooker’s Triple Crown.
  6. Jan 25,  · Alex Higgins won the World Championship twice – a week-long final in and his victory over Ray Reardon in – but his greatest frame came .
  7. Jul 25,  · Alex Higgins obituary. nicknamed "Hurricane" because of the speed of his play, who became a sporting superstar. the lack of prestigious "ranking" tournament successes beyond his win.
  8. The win was a culmination of a 10 year journey to win a second world title that had several almosts during that period. A lot of people believed he was the best in the world, but yet he trailed far behind Reardons 6 titles and Spencer’s 3. So it was just an emotional moment where as his win might have been too much, too soon.
  9. Alex Higgins 'The Hurricane' played snooker with a style and verve never before seen and won the World Championship in , beating John Spencer in the final and again in Author: Aaron Tinney.

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