Mark Boyle (snooker player)

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Mark Boyle
Born (1981-02-19) 19 February 1981 (age 35)
Sport country  Scotland
Professional 2006/2007, 2009/2010
Highest ranking 88 (2009/2010)
Career winnings £110000[1]
Highest break 147 (Red Triangle Pro-Am)
Century breaks 114
Best ranking finish Last 80 (three times)

Mark Boyle (born 19 February 1981) is a Scottish is a former professional snooker player. He first entered the professional tour for the 2006/07 season, but dropped of the tour. He returned in 2009/10 but dropped off again at the end of the season.

Tournament wins[edit]

Amateur[edit]

Billiards
  • 2003 Scottish Billiards Championship
  • 2004 Scottish Billiards Championship
Snooker
  • 2005 Home Internationals (with Scotland)
  • 2008 Scottish National Amateur Championship
  • 2009 Scottish National Amateur Championship
Pool
  • 2013 Scottish Pool Champion & No1 Ranked.
  • 2011 Scottish Pool Internationalist

Life outside snooker[edit]

Mark is engaged and has two children.

Mark is currently Scotland's Number 1 pool player and was crowned 2013 Scottish Champion.

He works full-time in sales for an Engineering firm and has his own party supplies business.

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