1982 Junior Pot Black
|Dates||mid 1982 (Broadcast 23 August-1 September 1982)|
|Venue||Pebble Mill Studios|
|Highest break||John Parrott (56)?|
The 1982 Junior Pot Black was the second staging of the junior snooker tournament which was held in the Pebble Mill Studios in Birmingham. 8 young players were competing in a knockout format reduced from 12 from 1981. The matches are one-frame shoot-outs and a 2 frame aggregate score in the final.
As the previous year's champion Dean Reynolds turned professional, The only players from the last series competing this year were John Parrott, Neal Foulds, John Keers and Jonathan White and Parrott and Keers met in the final which Parrott won 169–70.
|Quarter-finals 23–26 August 1982||Semi-finals 30 and 31 August 1982||Final 1 September 1982|
|Paddy Browne||1||Paddy Browne||0|
|John Keers||1||John Keers||1|
|Jonathan White||0||John Keers||0|
|Steve Ventham||1||John Parrott||1|
|Chris Hamson||0||Steve Ventham||0|
|John Parrott||1||John Parrott||1|
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- "BBC Television – 1 September 1982 – Junior Pot Black: BBC2 Knockout Snooker Competition". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Retrieved 26 February 2017.
- "CueTracker - 1981 Pot Black - Snooker Results & Statistics". cuetracker.net. Retrieved 25 February 2017.