Wishing Improve Your Snooker star John Higgins good luck as he takes on Mark Selby in the 2017 World Championship final. Another phenomenal achievement, all the best John.
Jim is considered one of the top coaches in snooker as his list of past successes, including world ranked stars, demonstrate what he is cabable of. His list of successful players, both amateur and professional, continues to grow as can be seen in both the News section and Testimonial section of the website. Jim also has a very successful Junior Academy with champions and International players in every age group.
Another reason to choose Jim is, as a player at the top professional level he was able to reach 29th in the World Rankings and was the first Scottish player to play at the Crucible, winning matches against many of the top professional players.
Having 30 years experience as a player and a coach, Jim can spot the smallest of things in players, that other coaches can't, and by correcting these little faults he can help you make the difference between winning and loosing.
That is why you should choose Jim Donnelly as your professional coach.
Two of improve your snookers best known stars battled it out in the quarter finals of the 2016 World Championship at Sheffield, with Alan McManus beating his friend John Higgins to secure a semi final place.
Alan (45), had a tremendous tournament beating Stephen McGuire and Ali Carter on his way to the quarter finals. Alan continues to work hard on the game he loves and showed the skill and talent that was apparent in the 90's is still there.
What a tremendous achievement to return to the semi finals of the worlds 23 years after his first semi final appearance here.
IMPROVE YOUR SNOOKER STAR RHYS IS LOOKING FORWARD TO A TRIP TO CHINA.
Improve your snooker rising star Rhys Clark successfully booked his place in the China Open following a crushing defeat of Ken Doherty 5-0. Rhys who is now 21 has been with Jim since he was a junior and is now starting to reach his full potential. Rhys will take on another Improve your snooker professional Alan McManus in the Welsh open later this month before heading to China.
Congratulations Rhys ... Definately one to watch for the future