1995 Red & White Challenge
|Total prize fund||£9,000|
The 1995 Red and White Challenge was a non-ranking invitational snooker tournament held by the WPBSA, which took place in August 1995. The tournament was played in Islamabad, Pakistan, and featured four professional players - Nigel Bond, John Parrott, Ken Doherty and David Roe - alongside four amateurs - Pakistan's Mohammed Yousuf and Naveen Perwani, Afghanistan's Saleh Mohammadi, and Farhan Mirza of Sweden.
Bond won the tournament, beating Parrott 8–6 in the final. All of the amateur players lost their opening matches.
Best of 9 frames
Best of 11 frames
Best of 15 frames
|Farhan Mirza||0||John Parrott||6|
|David Roe||5||David Roe||1|
|Saleh Mohammadi||1||John Parrott||6|
|Ken Doherty||5||Nigel Bond||8|
|Naveen Perwani||0||Ken Doherty||0|
|Nigel Bond||5||Nigel Bond||6|