Are Wales glory snooker days gone?
17 April 2014 Last updated at 08:31 BST
In previous decades, Wales has been a hotbed of snooker talent, producing world champions like Ray Reardon, Terry Griffiths and Mark Williams.
But Wales has not had a particularly good start in the qualifying stages of this year's World Championship.
So far, Dominic Dale, Michael White and Ryan Day are through, but Mark Williams, Matthew Stevens and Jamie Jones have all been knocked out at the qualifying event at Ponds Forge International Sports Centre in Sheffield.
So are the glory days behind Wales as a country? Stephen Fairclough went to a snooker club in Cwmbran to try to find out.