Sam Craigie

Two-time Ranking Quarter-Finalist

World Ranking

35

Money List Earnings

£127,500

One Year List Earnings

£47,000

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29/12/1993

Date of Birth

2011

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

141

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

150

Frames Played

80

Frames Won

70

Frames Lost

53.33%

Frames Won Percentage

3,762

Shots Played

25.08

Shots Per Frame

54

Breaks Over 50

2.78

50 Break Rate

18

Breaks Over 100

8.33

100 Break Rate

Bio

Newcastle’s Sam Craigie achieved his strongest result to date at a ranking event by finishing third in the inaugural WST Pro Series in March 2021.

A serial winner across all age groups at national level, Craigie first turned professional for a single season at the start of the 2011/12 season, before securing his return in 2016 by successfully qualifying at the EBSA Play-Offs event.

Having again regained his tour card in 2018 via Q School, Craigie defeated Sunny Akani, Ryan Day, Ali Carter and Liang Wenbo at the 2019 China Open to reach his first ranking event quarter-final before losing to eventual champion Neil Robertson.

In 2021, he qualified for the Crucible stages of the World Championship for the first time, losing 10-4 to Mark Williams in the opening round.

Craigie is a former world under-21 champion (2010) and is the younger brother of Stephen Craigie, previously a main tour player during the 2008/9 season.