Ken Doherty

Ken Doherty (born 17 September 1969) is an Irish professional snooker player. He is the only player ever to have been world amateur (1989) and world professional champion (1997). He was also World Under-21 champion in 1989.

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Premier League Snooker - Winners
10–7 1992/93 1994 Stephen Hendry John Parrott 10–7 1993/94 1995 Stephen Hendry Ken Doherty 10–2 1994/95 1996 Ken Doherty Steve Davis 10–5 1995/9 ...
Snooker Season 2007/2008 - Calendar
08–23 08–26 GER Paul Hunter Classic Stadthall Fürth Barry Pinches Ken Doherty 4–0 09–07 09–12 ENG Masters Qualifying Event English Institute of Sport Sheffield Barry Hawkins Kurt Maflin 6–4 09–25 09–30 ... Lee 10–3 02–04 02–10 MLT Malta Cup Hilton Conference Center Portomaso Shaun Murphy Ken Doherty 9–3 02–11 02–17 WAL WR Welsh Open Newport Centre Newport Mark ...
Snooker Season 2000/2001 - Calendar
01–24 01–28 WAL WR Welsh Open Cardiff International Arena Cardiff Ken Doherty Paul Hunter 9–2 02–04 02–11 ENG Masters Wembley Conference ... Aberdeen Peter Ebdon Ken Doherty 9–7 04–21 05–07 ENG WR World Snooker Championship Crucible Theatre Sheffield Ronnie O'Sullivan John Higgins 18–14 01 ...
World Series Of Snooker 2008/2009 - Tournament in Warsaw - Main Draw
... Quarte-finals Best of 7 Frames Semi-finals Best of 9 Frames Final Best of 11 Frames Ken Doherty 4 Rafał Górecki 0 Ken Doherty 5 Mark Selby 4 Mark Selby 3 Mariusz Sirko 0 ...

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