Sam Craigie

2010 World Under-21 Champion

World Ranking

55

Money List Earnings

£82,750

One Year List Earnings

£2,000

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29/12/1993

Date of Birth

2011

Turned Pro

Right

Hand

141

WST High Break

-

Cue

Season Stats

12

Frames Played

6

Frames Won

6

Frames Lost

50.00%

Frames Won Percentage

282

Shots Played

23.5

Shots Per Frame

5

Breaks Over 50

2.4

50 Break Rate

0

Breaks Over 100

N/A

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.