Not Just a Young Man’s Game

The last few days have seen some wonderful performances from several of the young up-and-coming players and sometimes the modern game is referred to as being a young man’s game. However, it seems that many of the players of Masters age didn’t get the memo about that.

Michael Judge (Ireland, 41), David Lilley (England, 41), Peter Lines (England, 47), John Farrell (Ireland, 44), Kristján Helgason (Iceland, 42) and Jason Peplow (Malta, 47) have all remained unbeaten through the round-robin and sit top of their respective groups. Between them, they also account for almost a fifth of the entries on the breaks table.