James Cahill Bio
James Cahill (age 23 years) is an English snooker player from Blackpool.
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|James Cahill Biography|
|Born||He was Born on 6 December 1995|
|Birthplace||Blackpool, United Kingdom|
|Highest ranking||76 (December 2014 and February–March 2015)|
|Net Worth||7.9 billion USD (2019)|
Amateur James Cahill pulled off one of biggest shocks in Crucible history with an astonishing first-round win over five-time champion Ronnie O’Sullivan.
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) April 23, 2019
Cahill managed to win just three matches during the 2013/2014 season to end his first season on tour ranked world number 117.
Cahill’s second season saw him improve his game as he twice reached the last 32 in the minor-ranking European Tour events.
Ding won three frames in a row and needed three snookers in the next frame which he got when Cahill left a free ball.
He won a game at the W
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Snooker tarihinin en büyük süprizi? Amatör oyuncu James Cahill, Dünya Şampiyonası ilk turunda dünya 1 numarası ve 5 kez bu turnuvayı kazanan, pek çoklarınca tarihin en iyisi olarak gösterilen Ronnie O’Sullivan’ı 10-8 mağlup etmeyi başardı. #snooker #snookerworld #snookerworldchampionship #crucible #ronnie #ronnieosullivan #jamescahill
What a valiant effort 👏👏
— BBC Snooker (@BBCSnooker) April 27, 2019
Cahill progressed to the third round of the Paul Hunter Classic by eliminating Kevin Vandevoort 4–0 and Ryan Day 4–2. James Cahill made two breaks above 50 to come back from 3–1 against world number one Mark Selby to level, but lost the deciding frame.
He needed to have a successful run in Q School at the end of the season as was ranked 106th in the world.
Cahill entered Q School at the end of the 2017/18 season in a bid to win back his place on the world snooker tour.
Cahill defeated Michael Holt in the second round 10-7, to set up a final qualifying round match against fellow amateur player Michael Judge.
James Cahill is a nephew of Stephen Hendry through his mother, who is the sister of Hendry’s ex-wife.