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Leading snooker writer Hector Nunns makes his selection of the greatest matches ever played in the famous amphitheatre. With exclusive contributions from the players involved – from the heroes of the early years through to the household names of today – The Crucible’s Greatest Matches celebrates 40 years of snooker at its greatest venue.
The book has met with a tide of positive press during the World Championships in Sheffield. The Sun and the Express have both carried features, World Snooker kindly gave away a prize of the book to their 100k plus followers @WorldSnooker1 – and Hector made a guest appearance on talkSPORT’s Hawsksbee & Jacobs show.
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The Crucible’s Greatest Matches throws a spotlight on all-time classic matches involving Cliff Thorburn, Terry Griffiths and Ken Doherty, the much-missed Alex Higgins and Paul Hunter – and of course includes the momentous 1985 black-ball final between Dennis Taylor and Steve Davis.
A celebration of 40 years of great matches at the iconic Crucible Theatre in Sheffield, home of snooker’s World Championship since 1977 – featuring first-hand accounts from those involved. The Crucible’s Greatest Matches highlights: