Mark Boyle (snooker player)
19 February 1981|
|Highest ranking||77 (2009/2010)|
|Highest||147 (x5) (Red Triangle Pro-Am x2)|
|Best ranking finish||Last 72|
|Non-ranking||Scottish Billiards/Pool/Snooker Championships|
|World Champion||Runner Up, IBSF World Amateur|
Mark Boyle (born 19 February 1981) is a Scottish former professional snooker player. He first entered the professional tour for the 2006/07 season, but dropped off the tour. He returned in 2009/10 but dropped off again at the end of the season after a 10-8 defeat by Jimmy White. Boyle is currently a professional pool player. Boyle is the ambassador for the Mick McGoldrick junior pool academies with many of his students going on to represent Scotland. Boyle is an official WPBSA coach.
- 2003 Scottish Billiards Champion
- 2004 Scottish Billiards Champion
- 2005 Home International Champions (Team Scotland)
- 2008 Scottish Champion
- 2009 Scottish Champion
- 2018 Scottish IM2 Champion
- 2018 Scottish Super 11's Champions With Falkirk.
- 2018 IPA Scottish Proffesional Champion
- 2018 IPA World Doubles Champions, with Liam Dunster.
- 2017 IPA Welsh Open Champion
- 2017 IPA English Open Champion
- 2017 IPA English Amateur Champion
- 2017 EBA UK Champion
- 2017 Scottish IM2 Champion
- 2017 Scottish IM4 Champion
- 2017 Scottish Super 15's Champions with Falkirk.
- 2016 Scottish IM4 Champion
- 2014 Scottish IM1 Champion
- 2014 Scottish IM2 Champion
- 2013 Scottish Champion
- 2013 Scottish IM1 Champion
- 2013 Scottish IM2 Champion
- 2013 Scottish IM4 Champion
- 2012 Scottish IM2 Champion
- 2011 Scottish IM3 Champion
- 2011 Scottish IM6 Champion
International Team Events. #TeamScotland 2018 European Championship Winners 2015 Nation Cup Winners 2012 European Championship Winners
Life outside snooker
Boyle is married to Laura McElvar and has two children, Kai & Marcus.
Boyle is an Area Manager For Scots Bearings Ltd.
- Mark Boyle at CueTracker: Snooker Results & Statistics Database
- Player profile on World Snooker
- Player profile on Global Snooker
- Player profile on Pro Snooker Blog
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