Rory McLeod

The Highlander

World Ranking

112

Money List Earnings

£10,500

One Year List Earnings

£10,500

Jamaica
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26/03/1971

Date of Birth

1991

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

147

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

102

Frames Played

38

Frames Won

64

Frames Lost

37.25%

Frames Won Percentage

2,536

Shots Played

24.86

Shots Per Frame

13

Breaks Over 50

7.85

50 Break Rate

1

Breaks Over 100

102

100 Break Rate

Bio

Rory McLeod regained a place on the World Snooker Tour for the start of the 2020/21 season by successfully coming through Q School Event 3 with a 4-2 defeat of Paul Davison.

Having first turned professional in 1991, McLeod has been a mainstay on the main tour for much of the following 30 years, achieving a career-high ranking of 32 on three separate occasions.

Representing Jamaica, McLeod has reached the last 16 of a full-ranking event on ten separate occasions, most notably at the World Championship in both 2011 and 2017.

He has twice claimed silverware as a professional, most notably at the 2015 Ruhr Open, which was held as a minor ranking event as part of the European Tour. He claimed the scalps of Craig Steadman, Jamie Jones, Mark King, Ben Woollaston, Mark Davis, Mike Dunn and Tian Pengfei in the final to lift the title.

He also triumphed at the final staging of the Masters qualifying tournament in 2009 with a 6-1 victory against Andrew Higginson to earn a place at the prestigious event, losing 6-2 to Mark Williams at the Wembley Arena.

In 2020 McLeod finished as runner-up to Ben Hancorn in the final of the EPSB English Amateur Championship.

Career Honours

WST Minor-Ranking Event Titles (1)

  • 2015/16: Ruhr Open

Professional Non-Ranking Event Titles (1)

  • 2009/10: Masters Qualifying Event