1990 Grand Prix (snooker)

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Rothmans Grand Prix
Tournament information
Dates 8–21 October 1990
Venue Hexagon Theatre
City Reading
Country England
Organisation(s) WPBSA
Format Ranking event
Total prize fund £368,000
Winner's share £75,000
Highest break England Jimmy White (140)
Final
Champion Scotland Stephen Hendry
Runner-up England Nigel Bond
Score 10–5
1989
1991

The 1990 Rothmans Grand Prix was a professional ranking snooker tournament held at the Hexagon Theatre in Reading, England.[1]

Stephen Hendry won in the final 10–5 against Nigel Bond.

Main draw[edit]

[2][3]

Last 64
Best of 9 frames
Last 32
Best of 9 frames
Last 16
Best of 9 frames
Quarter-finals
Best of 9 frames
Semi-finals
Best of 17 frames
Final
Best of 19 frames
                  
England Nigel Bond 5
England Steve Davis 2
England Nigel Bond 5
Australia Eddie Charlton 3
Australia Eddie Charlton 5
England Paul Gibson 2
England Nigel Bond 5
England Willie Thorne 1
England Willie Thorne 5
Scotland Alan McManus 1
England Willie Thorne 5
Malta Tony Drago 3
Malta Tony Drago 5
England Rod Lawler 4
England Nigel Bond 5
England Neal Foulds 2
England Neal Foulds 5
Scotland Murdo MacLeod 0
England Neal Foulds 5
Wales Colin Roscoe 2
Wales Colin Roscoe 5
England Joe Johnson 2
England Neal Foulds 5
England Mike Hallett 2
England Mike Hallett 5
Northern Ireland Joe O'Boye 1
England Mike Hallett 5
Wales Wayne Jones 2
Wales Wayne Jones 5
England Mark Johnston-Allen 1
England Nigel Bond 9
England Jimmy White 8
England Ian Graham 5
Wales Doug Mountjoy 1
England Ian Graham 5
Wales Cliff Wilson 2
Wales Cliff Wilson 5
England Chris Cookson 3
England Ian Graham 2
Republic of Ireland Eugene Hughes 5
England Nick Dyson 5
England Tony Meo 1
England Nick Dyson 3
Republic of Ireland Eugene Hughes 5
Republic of Ireland Eugene Hughes 5
Canada Cliff Thorburn 3
England Jimmy White 5
Republic of Ireland Eugene Hughes 2
Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor 5
Republic of Ireland Stephen Murphy 0
Northern Ireland Dennis Taylor 3
England Gary Wilkinson 5
England Gary Wilkinson 5
England Graham Miles 1
England Gary Wilkinson 0
England Jimmy White 5
England Jimmy White 5
Republic of Ireland Paddy Browne 3
England Jimmy White 5
Wales Steve Newbury 2
Wales Steve Newbury 5
England Jason Ferguson 2
England Nigel Bond 5
Scotland Stephen Hendry 10
England John Parrott 5
Canada Brady Gollan 2
England John Parrott 5
England Barry West 1
England Barry West 5
Wales Mark Bennett 4
England John Parrott 5
New Zealand Dene O'Kane 2
Australia John Campbell w/o
Northern Ireland Alex Higgins w/d
Australia John Campbell 3
New Zealand Dene O'Kane 5
New Zealand Dene O'Kane 5
England Rex Williams 0
England John Parrott 3
England Steve James 5
England Steve James 5
England Robert Marshall 1
England Steve James 5
England Jim Chambers 2
England Jim Chambers 5
England Danny Fowler 2
England Steve James 5
Canada Kirk Stevens 2
Wales Terry Griffiths 5
England Roger Bales 3
Wales Terry Griffiths 2
Canada Kirk Stevens 5
Canada Kirk Stevens 5
Canada Bob Chaperon 0
England Steve James 5
Scotland Stephen Hendry 9
Wales Darren Morgan 5
England Dean Reynolds 2
Wales Darren Morgan 1
South Africa Peter Francisco 5
South Africa Peter Francisco 5
Canada Marcel Gauvreau 2
South Africa Peter Francisco 5
England Ken Owers 1
England Ken Owers 5
England John Virgo 2
England Ken Owers 5
England Tony Knowles 4
England Tony Knowles 5
England Tony Jones 2
South Africa Peter Francisco 0
Scotland Stephen Hendry 5
England Martin Clark 5
England Jason Smith 1
England Martin Clark 3
Canada Alain Robidoux 5
Canada Alain Robidoux 5
England Nigel Gilbert 2
Canada Alain Robidoux 3
Scotland Stephen Hendry 5
Scotland Stephen Hendry 5
England Jon Wright 2
Scotland Stephen Hendry 5
South Africa Silvino Francisco 4
South Africa Silvino Francisco 5
England Bob Harris 2

Final[edit]

Final: Best of 19 frames. Referee: Len Ganley
Hexagon Theatre, Reading, England, 21 October 1990.
Stephen Hendry
 Scotland
10–5 Nigel Bond
 England
81–15, 82–0 (82), 64–63, 0–108 (100), 2–80 (65), 0–139 (139), 0–86 (85), 43–78, 72–16, 106–0 (106), 70–40, 77–18, 105–1 (61), 93–31 (93), 63–41
106 Highest break 139
1 Century breaks 2
4 50+ breaks 4

Century Breaks[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Turner, Chris. "Professional Players Tournament, Grand Prix, LG Cup". cajt.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk. Chris Turner's Snooker Archive. Archived from the original on 16 February 2012. Retrieved 14 December 2011. 
  2. ^ "Grand Prix". Snooker Scene. Archived from the original on 24 January 2013. Retrieved 29 November 2017. 
  3. ^ "1991 World Open Results". Snooker Database. Retrieved 29 November 2017.