Last weekend we saw Phenomenal results with teenager Robbie McGuigann who has become the youngest ever winner of the Northern Ireland Amateur Snooker Championship following a 10-4 victory over Rab McCullagh in the final of the 2021 edition held at the Antrim Sports Bar. The Tournament was held across three weekends and there was a total of 76 players who entered .

McGuigann is just 17 years and 11 days. Back in 2020 he lost out to Declan Lavery in a deciding frame title match. McGuigann eclipsed former benchmark Mark Allen by a couple of months to set the new all-time record.

One of the world’s oldest National Snooker championships, the competition dates back to 1927 and has been won by two-time world champion Alex Higgins, former Masters champion Allen and current Welsh Open ranking event winner Jordan Brown. McGuigan’s name is now etched on the same iconic trophy for 2021.

We are sure to see more from young players such as McGuigann which is outstanding news for the sport .