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Re: 2017 Pink Ribbon Pro-Am

Postby TheSaviour

Perhaps James had a wrong kind of fans out there, and it buggered him..?

Now that´s a right type of tought and a straight expression, right? rofl rofl rofl rofl

Re: 2017 Pink Ribbon Pro-Am

Postby Dan-cat

The_Abbott wrote:Well done Milkman. A :cracker: of a performance


It's a shame he hasn't done better in the pro ranks, he's a joy to watch when in flow.

Re: 2017 Pink Ribbon Pro-Am

Postby SnookerEd25

Dan-cat wrote:
The_Abbott wrote:Well done Milkman. A :cracker: of a performance


It's a shame he hasn't done better in the pro ranks, he's a joy to watch when in flow.


When he's lactating, do you mean?

Re: 2017 Pink Ribbon Pro-Am

Postby The_Abbott

Dan-cat wrote:
The_Abbott wrote:Well done Milkman. A :cracker: of a performance


It's a shame he hasn't done better in the pro ranks, he's a joy to watch when in flow.


Yeah I remember him at the World championships a few years ago and he was the worst player I had ever seen at the crucible.

Re: 2017 Pink Ribbon Pro-Am

Postby kolompar

Anyone has more results? Shane Castle played, I wonder if he was inspired by his cousin turning pro.

Re: 2017 Pink Ribbon Pro-Am

Postby Dan-cat

The_Abbott wrote:
Dan-cat wrote:
The_Abbott wrote:Well done Milkman. A :cracker: of a performance


It's a shame he hasn't done better in the pro ranks, he's a joy to watch when in flow.


Yeah I remember him at the World championships a few years ago and he was the worst player I had ever seen at the crucible.


I saw Ronnie beat him 6-1 at the Masters two years ago at Ally Pally, and he did a fist pump when he took a frame off Ronnie, as if it was a massive achievement... We were actually cheering him on to win more because we wanted to see more Ronnie play!