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Gaye Jones

Gaye has been involved with cue sports for many years.  She was Tournament Director for Ladies’ Snooker between 1983 and 1989 and a regular columnist for Pot Black magazine for 11 years.

Gaye started playing billiards three or four years ago, “but only once a week in the league so it was all a bit hit and hope”.  However, having now retired, she is now able to take billiards more seriously and has grown to love the game and hopes to manage to become a half decent billiard player before the arthritis kicks in!

A few years ago she treated herself to a hand-made Parris cue which she loves and she has always used Elkmaster tips – she tried a blue diamond once but hated it, “It felt like a small stone stuck on the end of my cue!”

Gaye is an avid reader with an eclectic taste in both fact and fiction.  She also loves to travel and has compiled her bucket list!  Her pet hates are liver, idiots and housework … “The house is clean – I pay someone else to do it. Why do housework when I can play billiards instead!”