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25 April 1980 |
|123 (as of 15 December 2014)|
|Career winnings||£63,410 (last update: 22 May 2013)|
|Highest break||144(Challenge Tour Event 4, 2003/2004)|
|Best ranking finish||Last 48 (x5)|
He reached the Quarter-Final of the 2000 Benson and Hedges Championship, with wins against Darren Morgan and Dean Reynolds, as well as others, before losing to Mark Davis 4-5. He also reached the Quarter-Final of the 2001 event, beating the likes of World Championship runner-up Nigel Bond, before losing out to future World Champion Shaun Murphy 3-5
He reached the last 48 of the 2006 World Championship and the 2007 China Open. Previously in the 2005 World Championship he had victories over David Gilbert 10–5, before a remarkable 10–7 win over Ding Junhui, which put him only 2 matches away from a place at the Crucible, but Stuart Bingham denied him with a 10–2 victory. In the 2007 China Open he defeated Jeff Cundy, Tony Drago and Dominic Dale.
2008/09 season started relatively quiet for Spick. However, after recording impressive wins over Stephen Craigie (10–5), Barry Pinches (10–5) and Adrian Gunnell (10–2), he was within one match of reaching the Crucible for the first time in his career but lost narrowly 8–10 to Steve Davis. Spick seemed to carry that form into the next season, as he reached the last 48 stage of the Shanghai Masters, however he failed to win a further match during the season and as a result was relegated from the tour.
After having missed the opportunities to return to main tour via Q School in 2011 and 2012, Spick announced his retirement from snooker. However he decided to come back to Q School in 2013, and at Event 3 he defeated Darrell Whitworth, Sanderson Lam, Darren Cook and Duane Jones to win a two-year card for the 2013/14 and 2014/15 seasons.
Non-Ranking Wins (1)
- Challenge Tour, Event 3 - 2002
- Lee Spick at CueTracker.net: Snooker Results and Statistic Database
- Profile on worldsnooker.com
- Profile on Pro Snooker Blog
- Profile on global-snooker.com