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Old 08-19-2006, 07:23 AM   #61
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he won in some thing in 2001...or was it in 2002 in England...

i think the bald guy won in 2002...was he Peter something...

so Ronnie in 2001

I have vague memory
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Old 08-19-2006, 01:08 PM   #62
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He won in 2001 and 2004.
Guess 2002 has been Peter Ebdon.
(And I am quite sure that he is going to win the Northern Ireland Trophy tomorrow)!

Sorry, but I was "forced" to answer that question!!!
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Old 08-19-2006, 06:49 PM   #63
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Plus, there's only one Rocket. There should be a patent on his nickname. Hell, there should be a patent on "Maurice."
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Do you remember that Heritage Canada advert with the Rocket carrying the piano down the stairs of his house and then scoring a billion goals a few hours later at the game? I love that one.
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Do you remember that Heritage Canada advert with the Rocket carrying the piano down the stairs of his house and then scoring a billion goals a few hours later at the game? I love that one.


They did a film about Richard in Quebec last year, called 'Maurice Richard' and it's brilliant. It's out in English now and you should be able to find it fairly easily, maybe for rent even.

The old time hockey is the best. They got all the arenas looking so awesome Great production values.



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we spotted Mr. O'Sullivan at Belfast International Airport today

he travels Easyjet
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we spotted Mr. O'Sullivan at Belfast International Airport today

he travels Easyjet
I liked the way he had someone with him carrying his cues.
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Hah, nice. Was it a tall man?

A shame that he didn't win, but it was the first time that wasn't that mad about it.
It's great seeing him at least a little happy!
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He was as tall as Ronnie and had grey hair.

He's a rather good-looking bloke. Nice trendy clothes too.
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Old 08-24-2006, 08:19 AM   #70
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he hits it hard...really hard n fast
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Who.... what....????

Ah, you're talking about Ronnie, hmmm?!!

Yeap, he is just great!

www.ronnieosullivan.biz starts soon!!!! I am soo looking forward!
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Ha this thread is so funny.. I got totally confused when I saw those pictures of 'grandad'


Ronnie is an ace snooker player, but I much prefered him in his wilder days - was much more entertaining
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Yeah, well I am happy for him that he - settled down - somehow. I hope he enjoys seeing his 2nd child growing up as much loves to play snooker. Don't see any problems with that.
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