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The 1992 Strachan Open was a professional ranking snooker tournament, that was held from 2-7 March 1992 at the Thorbury Leisure Centre, Bristol, England. This tournament was a one-off ranking event sponsored by the well known billiard table cloth company. It carried a slightly lower points tariff and a considerably lower prize fund than the main ranking events and as such was boycotted by several of the top players.[1]

Strachan Open
Tournament information
Dates2–7 March 1992
VenueThornbury Leisure Centre
CityBristol
CountryEngland
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatRanking event
Winner's share£12,500
Final
ChampionThailand James Wattana
Runner-upEngland John Parrott
Score9–5

James Wattana won the tournament by defeating John Parrott nine frames to five in the final.[2] Peter Ebdon made a maximum break in qualifying against Wayne Martin.[3]

Main drawEdit

[2]

Last 64
Best of 9 frames
Last 32
Best of 9 frames
Last 16
Best of 9 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 17 frames
Final
Best of 17 frames
                  
  James Wattana 5
  Tony Wilson 3
  James Wattana 5
  Terry Griffiths 0
  Terry Griffiths 5
  Kirk Stevens 1
  James Wattana 5
  Danny Fowler 1
  Danny Fowler 5
  Tony Chappel 4
  Danny Fowler 5
  Alain Robidoux 2
  Alain Robidoux 5
  Drew Henry 1
  James Wattana 5
  Cliff Thorburn 2
  Cliff Thorburn 5
  Neal Foulds 2
  Cliff Thorburn 5
  Andy Hicks 2
  Andy Hicks 5
  Bob Chaperon 4
  Cliff Thorburn 5
  Dean Reynolds 1
  Dean Reynolds 5
  Jack McLaughlin 4
  Dean Reynolds 5
  Cliff Wilson 2
  Cliff Wilson 5
  Joe Grech 2
  James Wattana 9
  Nigel Bond 5
  Nigel Bond 5
  Peter Ebdon 2
  Nigel Bond 5
  Dennis Taylor 3
  Dennis Taylor 5
  Colin Morton 2
  Nigel Bond 5
  Jonathan Birch 3
  Jonathan Birch 5
  Willie Thorne 3
  Jonathan Birch 5
  Eddie Charlton 4
  Eddie Charlton 5
  Jamie Woodman 3
  Nigel Bond 5
  Franky Chan 1
  Franky Chan 5
  Silvino Francisco 3
  Franky Chan 5
  Billy Snaddon 3
  Billy Snaddon 5
  Peter Francisco 4
  Franky Chan 5
  Tony Meo 3
  Tony Meo 5
  Brian Rowswell 0
  Tony Meo 5
  Gary Wilkinson 1
  Gary Wilkinson 5
  Stephen Murphy 4
  James Wattana 9
  John Parrott 5
  John Parrott 5
  Nigel Gilbert 1
  John Parrott 5
  Peter Lines 2
  Peter Lines 5
  Steve Newbury 1
  John Parrott 5
  Martin Clark 2
  Martin Clark 5
  Duncan Campbell 1
  Martin Clark 5
  Joe Swail 2
  Joe Swail 5
  Mark Bennett 1
  John Parrott 5
  David Roe 2
  David Roe 5
  Mike Hallett 2
  David Roe 5
  Tony Drago 4
  Tony Drago 5
  Alan McManus 2
  David Roe 5
  Darren Morgan 2
  Darren Morgan 5
  Murdo MacLeod 2
  Darren Morgan 5
  Brian Morgan 4
  Brian Morgan 5
  Tony Jones 3
  John Parrott 9
  Ken Doherty 7
  Ken Doherty 5
  John Virgo 1
  Ken Doherty 5
  Colin Roscoe 4
  Colin Roscoe 5
  Tony Knowles 4
  Ken Doherty 5
  Brady Gollan 2
  Brady Gollan 5
  David Taylor 4
  Brady Gollan 5
  Steve James 4
  Steve James 5
  Ray Edmonds 3
  Ken Doherty 5
  Mick Price 2
  Mick Price 5
  Doug Mountjoy 2
  Mick Price 5
  Wayne Jones 1
  Wayne Jones 5
  Karl Payne 1
  Mick Price 5
  Dene O'Kane 1
  Dene O'Kane 5
  Mark Davis 2
  Dene O'Kane 5
  Joe Johnson 2
  Joe Johnson 5
  Jason Ferguson 3

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Strachan Open, Strachan Challenges". Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Retrieved 29 January 2018.
  2. ^ a b Hayton, Eric. Cuesport Book of Professional Snooker. p. 162.
  3. ^ "Maximum breaks". Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Retrieved 29 January 2018.