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- Not to be confused with Mark Allen (snooker player)
Mark Johnston-Allen (born 28 December 1968 in Bristol) is a former professional snooker player. He reached the final of the 1991 European Open while ranked #59 in the world, a run which included a 5–0 win over Stephen Hendry; Johnston-Allen lost 9–7 to Tony Jones in the final. He reached the final of the same event again a year later, this time losing 9–3 to Jimmy White. He qualified for the World Championship in 1992, and lost 10–4 to Tony Knowles in the first round.
|Born||28 December 1968|
|Highest ranking||31 (1991–1994)|
|Highest||140 (1989 British Open)|
|Best ranking finish||Runner-up: European Open (1991, 1992)|
At the International Open in 1995, he knocked out Hendry, Mark Williams and Ronnie O'Sullivan before losing 5–0 to White in the quarter-finals. A month later he beat White en route to the semi-finals of the Thailand Open, where he lost to James Wattana. His world ranking peaked at #31 in the 1992/1993 season, but he had dropped out of the world's top 64 by 1997/98. He also holds the distinction of having won each of his three matches against Stephen Hendry.
Ranking finals: 2 (2 runner-up)Edit
|Outcome||Year||Championship||Opponent in the final||Score|
|Runner-up||1991||European Open||Tony Jones||7–9|
|Runner-up||1992||European Open (2)||Jimmy White||3–9|
- "Hendry crashes to unknown". Herald Scotland. 12 March 1991. Retrieved 13 May 2011.[dead link]
- "1995 Sweater Shop International Open". WWW Snooker. Retrieved 13 May 2011.
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