UK Seniors Championship

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UK Seniors Championship
Tournament information
VenueHarlequin Theatre
FormatSeniors event
Total prize fund£14,500
Current champion(s)Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty

The UK Seniors Championship is a senior snooker tournament, that took place at the Harlequin Theatre in Redhill, England. The event takes part of the World Seniors Tour.[1][2]

The current champion is Ken Doherty who beat Igor Figueiredo 4–1 in the 2018-19 final.


The event was created in 2017, as a part of the World Snooker Tour.[3][4] The first UK Senior championship took place in October 2017, and was won by Jimmy White.[5] The 2018 UK Seniors Championship is scheduled to take place in the Hull Venue, in Hull, England.[6]

Events have a thirty-second shot clock enabled, and in-place of a deciding frame, there is a re-spotted black, to determine the victor.[7]


Year Winner Runner-Up Final score Host Season
2017[7] England Jimmy White Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty 4–2 England Redhill 2017/18
2018[8] Republic of Ireland Ken Doherty Brazil Igor Figueiredo 4–1 England Hull 2018/19


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