David Lilley

1995 European Champion

World Ranking

97

Money List Earnings

£14,500

One Year List Earnings

£5,000

English
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19/10/1975

Date of Birth

2019

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

136

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

55

Frames Played

21

Frames Won

34

Frames Lost

38.18%

Frames Won Percentage

1,228

Shots Played

22.33

Shots Per Frame

12

Breaks Over 50

4.58

50 Break Rate

2

Breaks Over 100

27.5

100 Break Rate

Bio

From Tyne & Wear, David Lilley turned professional for the first time in May 2019 having successfully come through Q School Event 1.

A three-time winner of the English Amateur Championship (1997, 1999 & 2004), Lilley has been an established amateur player for several years, also having won the EBSA European Championship in 1995 and twice finished as runner-up at the World Amateur Championship.

His best performance at a main tour ranking event came at the 2016 Indian Open where competing as an amateur he defeated players including former world champion Mark Williams to reach the quarter-finals, ultimately losing 4-2 to Shaun Murphy.

He previously worked in the insurance industry, but in September 2018 took the decision to quit his long-term job in order to commit himself to snooker.