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Jackie Ellis And Son Riley Claim Snooker Success

Thursday 9 November 2017

 

From UK newspaper the Swindon Advertiser:

 

Riley and Jackie Ellis
SNOOKER: Ellis clan on cue for baize success
Riley Ellis and his mum Jackie.
(Picture: Tim Dunkley)
 

Jackie Ellis and son Riley claim snooker success

By Owen Houlihan
8th November 2017
© Copyright 2001-2017.

A WILTSHIRE mother and son are celebrating after both enjoying success on the baize.

Jackie Ellis overcame two painful conditions to finish runner-up in the two-day Eden Masters Seniors (40+) event on the World Ladies Billiards and Snooker circuit.

The 50-year-old from Clyffe Pypard, near Royal Wootton Bassett, was beaten 3-1 in the final by world number 10 Jenny Poulter (Maidstone) at the South West Snooker Academy in Gloucester.

Earlier, she overcame Ronda Sheldreck (Ireland) 2-0 in the last-four.

Ellis suffers from chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia, which causes widespread pain and affects balance, coordination, concentration and short-term memory.

 

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