Mark Gray Starts Off the 900 Snooker, Week Four…

Mark Gray Starts Off the 900 Snooker, Week Four…

FORMER PROFESSIONAL Mark Gray claimed the first of Week Four’s Snooker Legends 900 events with a win over talented youngster Ryan Davies in the final.


The 49-year-old, who now plays more pool rather than snooker, and has notched up more than 14 titles on the professional pool circuit, including the likes of the Mosconi Cup in 2016, came through a tough group including players such as Dharminder Lilly, who plays Cuestars Seniors tour and, Vito Puopolo, who is the Canadian National Snooker Champion for 2022 and Stephen Lee’s son Alfie Lee.

Gray wrote on Facebook:

Had a good night here at Snooker Legends 900. Had three very good wins to win group last night! Was just happy to win first match to get me into the final 8 of group on Wednesday, so to go on and win was a bonus. Handy £500. Day off today and back on live tomoz.”

Reigning Welsh Open Champion Joe Perry, tweeted this during the session…

However, his father, Stephen Lee, apparently did not rule out a comeback to the game?

Winner Gray left the professional game at the age of 31, and began his pool career in 2008.

On Tuesday’s line-up, Woking Snooker’s talented 22-year-old Jasmine Bolsover, a former Under-21 champion at 15, who returned to competitive snooker last year after graduating from university, enters the fray and will play Canadian Puopolo in the first round of matches.

Good luck Jasmine…


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