It was another great event yesterday at the Drill Hall in Lincoln. Organised by Nigel and Ali Coton in collaboration with Snooker Legends, the exhibition aimed at gathering some money for two good causes as well as to provide a great night of entertainment. It was a success on both accounts.
Ahead of the action proper, there was un buffet for players and VIPs, with Nigel taking the opportunity to explain the evening program, as well as the nature and goals of the causes that were to benefit from the success of this exhibition
It was a packed house at the Drill Hall
With two lucky bastards being treated with very special reserved seats! Thanks Nigel!
The evening started with a few trick shots by John Virgo
The action proper came next with Ronnie taking 9 local players over one frame. Ronnie won all nine frames, quite comfortably, scoring three centuries: a 110, a 140 and a 147. The previous time Ronnie was in Lincoln, he had 7 centuries, including a 147. It was always going to be difficult to better that, but Ali Coton had been quite clear that she hoped for another 147. Ronnie obliged … and it was Nigel Coton on the receiving end!
Here are the action pictures. Yes, it’s mainly Ronnie, he didn’t give the opposition too many opportunities nor too much table time. The highest break against him was … 7!
There was an interval after the first four frames, during which
Chris Kirkwood from the Drill Hall was presented with a cheque of £500
Learn more about the Drill Hall Charity
Simon Berisford from WDBS and Matt Huart from WPBSA were presented with a cheque of £3000
And tonight we go again!