Grand Prix (Guild Hall, Preston)
Final: Ronnie O'Sullivan (England) beat Ian McCulloch (England) 9-2
(2004 Grand Prix)

British Open, (Brighton)
Final: John Higgins (Scotland) beat Stephen Maguire (Scotland) 9-6
(2004 British Open)

UK Championships (Barbican Centre, York)
Final: Stephen Maguire (Scotland) beat David Gray (England) 10-1
(2004 UK Championships)

Welsh Open (The Newport Centre)
Final: Ronnie O'Sullivan (England) beat Stephen Hendry (Scotland) 9-8
(2005 Welsh Open)

Malta Cup (Hilton Conference Centre, Portomaso)
Final: Stephen Hendry (Scotland) beat Graeme Dott (Scotland) 9-7
(2005 Malta Cup)

The Masters (Wembley Conference Centre) (Non-Ranking)
Final: Ronnie O'Sullivan (England) beat John Higgins (Scotland) 10-3
(2005 Masters)

Irish Masters (Dublin)
Final: Ronnie O'Sullivan (England) beat Matthew Stevens (Wales) 10-8
(2005 Irish Masters)

China Open (Beijing University Students Gymnasium)
Final: Ding Junhui (China) beat Stephen Hendry (Scotland) 9-5
(2005 China Open)

World Championships (The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield)
Final: Shaun Murphy (England) beat Matthew Stevens (Wales) 18-16
(2005 World Snooker Championships)

World Rankings (Top 16)

  1. Ronnie O'Sullivan (England)
  2. Mark Williams (Wales)
  3. Stephen Hendry (Scotland)
  4. Paul Hunter (England)
  5. John Higgins (Scotland)
  6. Matthew Stevens (Wales)
  7. Ken Doherty (Ireland)
  8. Peter Ebdon (England)
  9. Stephen Lee (England)
  10. Alan McManus (Scotland)
  11. Jimmy White (England)
  12. Chris Small (Scotland)
  13. Steve Davis (England)
  14. David Gray (England)
  15. Graeme Dott (Scotland)
  16. Marco Fu (Hong Kong)

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