Stuart Bingham won the Pink Ribbon 2019, beating Mark Allen by 4-3 in the Final.
Congratulations Stuart Bingham
This year marked the 10th anniversary of the event. To make it more special, it was also the year the £100000 landmark was passed. Yes, over the last 10 years the event gathered over £100000 for its charities, supporting medical research aiming at curing breast cancer as well as proximity support for the sufferers and their families. Plus Stuart Bingham & Mark Allen BOTH donated £1000 each from their winnings back to the tournament charity pot.
It also attracted a record number of nearl 400 entries. It’s a truly inclusive event, played in great spirit: players of all ages and abilities come together to support the cause.
Congratulations to Paul Mount and his team!
With a special mention to Andrew Norman who was everywhere, for everone and even managed to mont a good defence if his title on top of everything else.
And nothing would be possible without the tournament director, Clive Brown, and his team of referees, all working tirelessly and for free. This time with the record number of entries, they worked 18 hours/day throughout. Yes, you read it right: 18 hours/day!
Congratulations to Clive Brown and his team!
I took far too many pictures for me to publish them on this page. So here are the links to the Facebook albums. You don’t need to be on facebook to browse through them:
There was also a very special moment on Monday evening, when Paul Mount was honoured for his 10 years commitment and work for his charities of choice. Clive Brown was honoured as well for 10 years of tireless support to the event.
Congratulations and thank you to all players
Because without you, the event wouldn’t exist!