Northern Ireland Trophy (The Waterfront Hall, Belfast) (Non-Ranking)
Final: Matthew Stevens (Wales) beat Stephen Hendry (Scotland) 9-7
(2005 Northern Ireland Trophy)

Grand Prix (The Guild Hall, Preston)
Final: John Higgins (Scotland) beat Ronnie O'Sullivan (England) 9-2
(2005 Grand Prix)

Pot Black (The RAC Club Westminster) (Non-Ranking)
Final: Matthew Stevens (Wales) beat Shaun Murphy (England) 53-27
(2005 Pot Black)

UK Championships (The Barbican Centre, York)
Final: Ding Junhui (China) beat Steve Davis (England) 10-6
(2005 UK Championships)

The Masters (Wembley Conference Centre) (Non-Ranking)
Final: John Higgins (Scotland) beat Ronnie O'Sullivan (England) 10-9
(2006 Snooker Masters)

European Open/Malta Cup (Hilton Conference Centre, Portomaso)
Final: Ken Doherty (Ireland) beat John Higgins (Scotland) 9-8
(2006 Malta Cup)

Welsh Open (The Newport Centre)
Final: Stephen Lee (England) beat Shaun Murphy (England) 9-4
(2006 Welsh Open)

China Open (Beijing University Students Gymnasium)
Final: Mark Williams (Wales) beat John Higgins (Scotland) 9-8
(2006 China Open)

World Championships (The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield)
Final: Graeme Dott (Scotland) beat Peter Ebdon (England) 18-14
(2006 World Snooker Championships)

World Rankings (Top 16)

  1. Ronnie O'Sullivan (England)
  2. Stephen Hendry (Scotland)
  3. Stephen Maguire (Scotland)
  4. Matthew Stevens (Wales)
  5. Paul Hunter (England)
  6. John Higgins (Scotland)
  7. Peter Ebdon (England)
  8. Jimmy White (England)
  9. Mark Williams (Wales)
  10. Stephen Lee (England)
  11. Ken Doherty (Ireland)
  12. Alan McManus (Scotland)
  13. Graeme Dott (Scotland)
  14. Joe Perry (England)
  15. Steve Davis (England)
  16. Ian McCulloch (England)

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