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The 2004 Travis Perkins UK Championship was a professional ranking snooker tournament that took place between 15 and 28 November 2004 at the Barbican Centre in York, England.

Travis Perkins UK Championship
Tournament information
Dates15–28 November 2004
VenueBarbican Centre
CityYork
CountryEngland
Organisation(s)WPBSA
FormatRanking event
Total prize fund£525,000
Winner's share£70,000
Highest breakEngland David Gray (147)
Final
ChampionScotland Stephen Maguire
Runner-upEngland David Gray
Score10–1
2003
2005

During the qualification Jamie Burnett compiled a 148 break, the only break exceeding 147 in professional competition.[1]

Matthew Stevens was the defending champion, but lost his first round match to Barry Pinches.

Stephen Maguire won his first UK Championship, beating David Gray 10–1 in the final after earlier defeating Ronnie O'Sullivan. During the tournament Gray compiled his first maximum break, the 50th ever made in professional play.

Contents

Tournament summaryEdit

Defending champion Matthew Stevens was the number 1 seed with World Champion Ronnie O'Sullivan seeded 2. The remaining places were allocated to players based on the world rankings.

Prize fundEdit

The breakdown of prize money for this year is shown below:[2]

Main drawEdit

[3][4][5][6]

  Last 48
Best of 17 frames
Last 32
Best of 17 frames
Last 16
Best of 17 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 17 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 17 frames
Final
Best of 19 frames
                                                         
21   Barry Pinches 9     1   Matthew Stevens 4  
35   Nigel Bond 5     21   Barry Pinches 9  
  21   Barry Pinches 4  
  20   Joe Perry 9  
20   Joe Perry 9 12   Chris Small 7
63   Marcus Campbell 7     20   Joe Perry 9  
  20   Joe Perry 9  
  19   Ali Carter 7  
19   Ali Carter 9     11   Jimmy White[n 1] 0  
74   Tom Ford 8     19   Ali Carter 9  
  19   Ali Carter 9
  5   Paul Hunter 8  
18   Quinten Hann 9 5   Paul Hunter 9
65   Shokat Ali 6     18   Quinten Hann 7  
  20   Joe Perry 8  
  14   David Gray 9  
25   Anthony Hamilton 5     7   Ken Doherty 7  
50   Andy Hicks 9     50   Andy Hicks 9  
  50   Andy Hicks 4
  15   Graeme Dott 9  
30   Joe Swail 7 15   Graeme Dott 9
68   Neil Robertson 9     68   Neil Robertson 8  
  15   Graeme Dott 7
  14   David Gray 9  
22   Tony Drago 3     14   David Gray 9  
36   Mark Selby 9     36   Mark Selby 3  
  14   David Gray 9
  43   Barry Hawkins 6  
17   Ian McCulloch 4 4   Stephen Hendry 7
43   Barry Hawkins 9     43   Barry Hawkins 9  
14   David Gray 1
24   Stephen Maguire 10
23   Mark King 9     3   Mark Williams 3  
47   Robin Hull 7     23   Mark King 9  
  23   Mark King 9  
  10   Alan McManus 8  
27   Drew Henry 8 10   Alan McManus 9
45   Ryan Day 9     45   Ryan Day 8  
  23   Mark King 9  
  31   John Parrott 6  
31   John Parrott 9     16   Marco Fu 3  
33   James Wattana 5     31   John Parrott 9  
  31   John Parrott 9
  78   Ricky Walden 5  
29   Michael Holt 4 6   John Higgins 7
78   Ricky Walden 9     78   Ricky Walden 9  
  23   Mark King 4
  24   Stephen Maguire 9  
28   Robert Milkins 9     8   Peter Ebdon 9  
51   Sean Storey 3     28   Robert Milkins 6  
  8   Peter Ebdon 8
  9   Stephen Lee 9  
26   Gerard Greene 7 9   Stephen Lee 9
55   Jimmy Michie 9     55   Jimmy Michie 4  
  9   Stephen Lee 4
  24   Stephen Maguire 9  
32   Dominic Dale 9     13   Steve Davis 9  
76   Ding Junhui 3     32   Dominic Dale 8  
  13   Steve Davis 2
  24   Stephen Maguire 9  
24   Stephen Maguire 9 2   Ronnie O'Sullivan 6
40   Mark Davis 2     24   Stephen Maguire 9  

FinalEdit

Final: Best of 19 frames. Referee:   Colin Brinded.
Barbican Centre, York, England, 28 November 2004.[4][5]
David Gray (14)
  England
1–10 Stephen Maguire (24)
  Scotland
Afternoon: 49–81, 84–10, 42–71, 41–86 (85), 21–83, 7–67, 14–84 (57), 1–115 (110)
Evening: 0–131 (131), 16–80 (80), 0–122 (122)
<50 Highest break 131
0 Century breaks 3
0 50+ breaks 6

QualifyingEdit

Qualifying for the tournament took place between 14 and 19 October 2004 at Pontin's in Prestatyn, Wales.[5]

  Round 1
Best of 17 frames
  Round 2
Best of 17 frames
  Round 3
Best of 17 frames
  Andrew Norman 9     Nick Walker 9     Nigel Bond 9
  Rodney Goggins 4     Andrew Norman 8     Nick Walker 2
  Darren Morgan 3     Marcus Campbell 9     Patrick Wallace 8
  Mike Hallett 9     Mike Hallett 2     Marcus Campbell 9
  Tom Ford 9     David Roe 8     Nick Dyson 9
  Brian Salmon 7     Tom Ford 9     Tom Ford 5
  Shokat Ali 9     Gary Wilkinson 7     Stuart Bingham 8
  David Hall 3     Shokat Ali 9     Shokat Ali 9
  Joe Delaney 8     Andy Hicks 9     Dave Harold 5
  Joe Jogia 9     Joe Jogia 7     Andy Hicks 9
  Neil Robertson 9     Dave Finbow 4     Shaun Murphy 8
  Paul Davison 3     Neil Robertson 9     Neil Robertson 9
  Paul Davies 6     Mike Dunn 9     Mark Selby 9
  Gary Wilson 9     Gary Wilson 3     Mike Dunn 6
  Leo Fernandez 9     Jamie Burnett 9     Barry Hawkins 9
  Jin Long 7     Leo Fernandez 8     Jamie Burnett 4
  Scott MacKenzie 9     Adrian Gunnell 9     Robin Hull 9
  Adam Davies 3     Scott MacKenzie 3     Adrian Gunnell 2
  Craig Butler 7     Jonathan Birch 3     Ryan Day 9
  David McDonnell 9     David McDonnell 9     David McDonnell 2
  Simon Bedford 9     Anthony Davies 3     James Wattana 9
  Sean O'Neill 1     Simon Bedford 9     Simon Bedford 7
  Ricky Walden 9     Lee Walker 6     Brian Morgan 6
  Ben Woollaston 6     Ricky Walden 9     Ricky Walden 9
  Paul Wykes 4     Sean Storey 9     Michael Judge 8
  Mark Gray 9     Mark Gray 7     Sean Storey 9
  Rory McLeod 9     Jimmy Michie 9     Stuart Pettman 6
  Steve James 6     Rory McLeod 7     Jimmy Michie 9
  Ding Junhui 9     Bjorn Haneveer 5     Fergal O'Brien 4
  Stefan Mazrocis 3     Ding Junhui 9     Ding Junhui 9
  Alfie Burden 9     Rod Lawler 9     Mark Davis 9
  Hugh Abernethy 6     Alfie Burden 7     Rod Lawler 4

Century breaksEdit

[5]

Televised stage centuriesEdit

Qualifying stage centuriesEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ White retired at 0–7 due to illness

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Scot Burnett compiles 148 break". BBC Sport. 2004-10-16. Retrieved 2007-01-21.
  2. ^ "Preisgeld UK Championship 2004". brownball.de. Archived from the original on 29 March 2012. Retrieved 12 September 2011.
  3. ^ "UK Championship results". BBC Sport. 28 November 2004. Retrieved 31 March 2011.
  4. ^ a b "Travis Perkins UK Championship 2004". Snooker.org. Retrieved 31 March 2011.
  5. ^ a b c d "2004 Travis Perkins UK Championship". Global Snooker Centre. Archived from the original on 19 March 2006.
  6. ^ "2004 Travis Perkins UK Championship results". worldsnooker.com. World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association. Archived from the original on 6 April 2005. Retrieved 23 June 2012.