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Did you know that you can play in professional snooker tournaments even if you aren’t a professional?

If you want to find out how, listen to this week’s episode where Rob Reed talks to Ash Hugill, an up and coming professional snooker player.  Ash gives away the secret of breaking into the professional tournaments early on in your snooker career and gives his unique insight into setting goals. Short term goals are a focus for Ash.

Ash qualified through Cue School for a two year tour card and the 2018/2019 season is the last year of this two year tour card.  He is fighting to get into the top 64 snooker players to retain his place on the professional tour.  Rob spoke to Ash at the 2018 UK Championships in York.

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Published 12 March 2019


About the host

Rob Reed is a World Professional Billiards and Snooker Association (WPBSA) World Snooker accredited snooker coach, the founder of RR Cue Cases and CueZone. He trained as a rotary pilot in the British Army before turning his passion for snooker into a new entrepreneurial journey.

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Ash Hugill is a professional snooker player who qualified for the World Snooker Tour after successfully negotiating Q School in his fourth year of trying in 2017. The York potter won six matches to obtain a two year tour card and defeated William Lemons 4-2 in the final round.

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