1991 Junior Pot Black
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|Dates||Summer 1991 (Broadcast 20–30 August 1991)|
|Venue||Pebble Mill Studios|
The 1991 Junior Pot Black was the fourth staging of the junior snooker tournament and the first since 1983 which was held in the Pebble Mill Studios in Birmingham. 8 young players were competing in a knockout format. The matches are one-frame shoot-outs, a two frame aggregate score in the semi-final and best of three frames in the final.
Broadcast during school holiday mornings on BBC1 on the first week and BBC2 during the second and the series started at 11:05 on Tuesday 20 August 1991. Eammon Holmes presented the programme with Ted Lowe and John Spencer as commentators and John Williams as referee.
Future professional players in this revived series include Ronnie O'Sullivan, Matthew Stevens and Lee Walker. O'Sullivan won the series beating Ireland's Declan Murphy 2–0 with a 92 break in the first frame.
1991 Junior Pot Black Intro articles: 1
|Quarter-finals 20–23 August 1991||Semi-finals 28 and 29 August 1991||Final 30 August 1991|
- "BBC Television – 20 August 1991 – Junior Pot Black". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Retrieved 28 February 2017.
- "BBC Television – 30 August 1991 – Junior Pot Black: BBC2 Knockout Snooker Competition". BBC Genome Project. BBC. Retrieved 26 February 2017.