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Merseyside Professional Championship

The Merseyside Professional Championship was a professional non-ranking snooker tournament held in England that ran from 1993 to 2004. The final champion was Joe Perry.

Merseyside Professional Championship
Tournament information
VenueLiverpool Billiards & Snooker Club
George Scott Snooker Club
LocationLiverpool
CountryEngland
Established1993
FormatNon-ranking event
Final year2004
Final champion(s)England Joe Perry

HistoryEdit

The tournament was a highly successful low-budget professional event promoted by well known referee, Peter Williamson. Although the prize money was modest it attracted a large field mainly drawn from the lower end of the ranking list.[1]

WinnersEdit

Year Winner Runner-up Final score Season
Merseyside Professional Championship (non-ranking)
1993   Dave Harold   Tony Rampello 5–3 1993/1994
1994   Dean Reynolds   Jason Ferguson 5–1 1994/1995
1995   Rod Lawler   Dean Reynolds 5–4 1995/1996
1996   David Gray   Paul Sweeny 5–2 1996/1997
1997   Antony Bolsover   Paul Wykes 5–4 1997/1998
1998   Peter Lines   Lee Walker 5–4 1998/1999
1999   Stuart Bingham   Stuart Pettman 5–1 1999/2000
2000   Michael Holt   Rod Lawler 5–3 2000/2001
2001   Nick Dyson   Paul Davison 5–2 2001/2002
2002   Mark Davis   Stephen Maguire 5–2 2002/2003
2003   Stephen Maguire   Mark Davis 5–1 2003/2004
2004   Joe Perry   Stephen Croft 5–2 2004/2005

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Merseyside Professional Championship". Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Retrieved 26 August 2018.