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Snooker - Welsh Open

The fourth longest surviving ranking tournament, the Welsh Open was only open to snooker professionals from that country until it was opened up to the world on attaining ranking status in 1992.
From 1992-98 & 2005-14 it was played at the Newport Centre in Newport. From 1999-2005 it was helkd at the Internbational Arena in Cardiff and it's current home (2015-) is the Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.
  
YEAR
WINNER
RUNNER-UP
1992
STEPHEN HENDRY (Sco)
D Morgan (Wal)
1993
KEN DOHERTY (Rir)
A McManus (Sco)
1994
STEVE DAVIS (Eng)
A McManus (Sco)
1995
STEVE DAVIS (Eng)
J Higgins (Sco)
1996
MARK WILLIAMS (Wal)
J Parrott (Eng)
1997
STEPHEN HENDRY (Sco)
M King (Eng)
1998
PAUL HUNTER (Eng)
J Higgins (Sco)
1999
MARK WILLIAMS (Wal)
S Hendry (Sco)
2000
JOHN HIGGINS (Sco)
S Lee (Eng)
2001
KEN DOHERTY (Rir)
P Hunter (Eng)
2002
PAUL HUNTER (Eng)
K Doherty (Rir)
2003
STEPHEN HENDRY (Sco)
M Williams (Wal)
2004
R'NIE O'SULLIVAN (Eng)
S Davis (Eng)
2005
R'NIE O'SULLIVAN (Eng)
S Hendry (Sco)
2006
STEPHEN LEE (Eng)
S Murphy (Eng)
2007
NEIL ROBERTSON (Aus)
A Higginson (Eng)
2008
MARK SELBY (Eng)
R O'Sullivan (Eng)
2009
ALI CARTER (Eng)
J Swail (Nir)
2010
JOHN HIGGINS (Sco)
A Carter (Eng)
2011
JOHN HIGGINS (Sco)
S Maguire (Sco)
2012
DING JUNHUI (Chn)
M Selby (Eng)
2013 STEPHEN MAGUIRE (Sco)
S Bingham (Eng)
2014 R'NIE O'SULLIVAN (Eng) Ding J (Chn)
2015 JOHN HIGGINS (Sco) B Woolaston (Eng)
2016 R'NIE O'SULLIVAN (Eng) N Robertson (Aus)
2017 STUART BINGHAM (Eng) J Trump (Eng)
2018 JOHN HIGGINS (Sco) B Hawkins (Eng)

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