Q Radio Sport
Antrim snooker star Mark Allen has won the Champion of Champions tournament.
He beat defending champion Neil Robertson 10-6 in Milton Keynes on Sunday night.
The 34-year-old pockets first prize of £150,000.
He was on fire throughout the tournament, too good for world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan, then world number one Judd Trump en route to the final.
And the decider was never in doubt.
Mark was interviewed afterwards:
He's one of our own and he is the one and only— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 8, 2020
CHAMPION OF CHAMPIONS!
Antrim's Mark Allen has done it.
He takes the title and 1st prize of £150,000 after beating defending champ Neil Robertson 10-6 in Milton Keynes. 🔥 👏 👏#ChampOfChamps pic.twitter.com/xULZhwPSEB
Midfielder Corry Evans is set to miss Northern Ireland's Euro play-off final against Slovakia on Thursday.
He suffered a hamstring injury playing for Blackburn in the opening minutes of their win over QPR on Saturday.
In Gaelic games, the Ulster football semi-finals will be played in Cavan and Armagh.
Venues confirmed for Ulster Senior Football Championship semi-finals— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) November 8, 2020
Sat 14th Nov - @Armagh_GAA
Kingspan Breffni 1.15pm
Sun 15th Nov - @CavanCoBoardGaa
Athletic Grounds 1.30pm#Ulster2020 pic.twitter.com/tHmtAg6WRB