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Liam
Dunster:
The
young Scot is getting better all the time and there’s every chance he is a
future world champion. He regularly sports a glove so he’s easy to spot. A
solid tactician and potter.

Ben
Davies:
The
former world champion looks to be coming back to his very best – and when he
is, he’s an absolute pleasure to watch when in amongst the balls. Has a sweet cue
action – now all he needs is a good draw.

Jordan
Shepherd:
Struggles
with consistency but when he gets it all going, his style is very watchable.
Jordan is also capable of pulling off some truly outrageous pots and on his
day, is close to unstoppable.

Jon
McAllister:
Another with a lifetime ahead of him in pool
and often tipped for the top. True class at his best and due a big tournament
win.

David
Addinall

The first IPA event in the Isle Of Man has sparked a huge interest among local
players with close to thirty additional entries. David is the island’s one and
only professional player and a regular winner at the IPA Awards. Will home advantage
and support pay off this weekend?

Neil
Raybone

Top of the rankings and the epitome of consistency, Neil is the one the other
players will look to avoid until the final. The formbook has been upset plenty of times in the past, however…

Source: bbc.co.uk