The 24 Year old Cahill from Preston has turned to Feeney – coach to many of the World’s top tour professionals, including 6 x World Champion Ronnie O’Sullivan, 3 x World Champion Mark Williams & World Number 11 David Gilbert – to deal with the underlying sighting and technical issues he realises are preventing him moving forward in his career.

Cahill named “The Giant Killer” by Rob Walker, caused one of the biggest upsets in snooker history, when as an amateur he beat Ronnie O’Sullivan in the first round of the 2019 World Championship.

Since this incredible victory, Cahill has had an extremely disappointing 2019/2020 season which has left his tour card at risk.

Feeney who has also been instrumental in the return of the 7 x World Champion Stephen Hendry to the Main Tour says :

“James is an incredibly talented young player, full of potential and I am delighted to be working with him. He has shown tremendous temperament on the big stage and I expect him to learn quickly as we correct the poor sighting and technical habits that are holding him back in his game.”

“My first session with Stephen was an eye opener, literally!  I’m really excited about working with Stephen and moving forward” Says Cahill.“I always believed poor sighting and alignment habits in my game were holding me back and affecting other technical areas in my game. I have a big season ahead but I am really am looking forward to working with Stephen.”

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