The All England takes place at Rolls Royce today with 64 hopefuls looking to lift the title, and with it a place in the Champion of Champions. Callum Wraight won this in 2009, and is favourite to do so again given his blistering form recently, and plays Roy Moxham first game. Graeme Wilson has won this title more than once, and takes on Shane Day from North Midlands. One of the tie of the rounds is right at the bottom of the draw as Ryan Prosser takes on home favourite Dan Petcher. Thomas Hanson of Yorkshire against Noel Burrows is another big game, with the latter having won it back in 2010. There are several other players who have won big competitions in the game like Jack Hargreaves, Gary Owen, James Hanson, Ross Dunkley, Steve Freer, Gordon Hawkins and Dave McDermott, in what is a quality field assembled.
Full draw and odds are here.