About me

 About Me

Born: 19th March 1994 Perth, Scotland


Hometown: Perth, Scotland

Turned Pro: June 2012

Where I practice:  Locarno Snooker Club, Edinburgh, Scotland

Highest Tournament Break:  142

Highest Practice Break: 147

Best Achievement to date: European Amateur Champion 2012

(Invited to join the Professional Tour following this win)

My Other Snooker Achievements:

2008 East Of Scotland Finalist aged 14 (beating Stephen Hendry’s record by one year)

2010 European Under 17 Snooker Open 3rd Place

2010 Scottish Under 16 National Champion and number 1

2011 Scottish Under 19 National Champion and number 1

2011 Scottish Under 21 National Champion and number 1

2012 Scottish Under 19 Champion and number 1

2012 European Under 21 semi-finalist.

How I started playing snooker and where I am now: My Dad was picking me up from my child minder one day while he finished work, and seen me playing on a tiny little table and was very surprised to see I could hold the cue properly and pot easy. Then, after a bit of time he took me to the local club and couldn’t believe how good I was for my age. It all stemmed from there really, and I kept progressing.

My other Interests & hobbies

St Johnstone FC, Celtic FC and watching all other sorts of Sports.

My Interest in music: Most modern chart music but I also like the oldies too, I have a mixed music taste.

People who inspire me: Anyone who gives 100% commitment at what they do.