Selby Gets Off The Mark At BetVictor Northern Ireland Open

Jamie Jones

  • Title

  • Nationality

    Welsh
  • Turned Pro

    2006
  • Highest Tournament Break

    143
  • Location

    Neath
  • D.O.B

    14 February 1988
  • Money List Earnings

    £127,587
  • Nickname

    -

2018/19 Results

2018 Paul Hunter Classic Last 64

2018 Yushan World Open Last 32

2018 Riga Masters Last 32

  • Jones incredibly whitewashed Liang Wenbo 10-0 to clinch his place at the 2018 World Championship. He then defeated Shaun Murphy 10-9 at the Crucible, before losing out to Kyren Wilson in the last 16.
  • The Welshman went on an impressive run to the quarter-finals of the 2016 UK Championship in York. He beat Alan McManus, Ding Junhui and David Gilbert all by a 6-2 scoreline to reach the last eight. However, he lost out in a tense clash with Marco Fu 6-5. He also reached the same stage at the Paul Hunter Classic in Furth.
  • Jones’ best performance of the 2015/16 season came in the first event, the Australian Open ,as he recorded four victories, including a 5-1 defeat of Mark Selby and a 5-4 victory over fellow Welshman Michael White. His run was ended at the semi-final stage by a 6-4 loss against eventual champion John Higgins.
  • In 2014/15 he reached the last 16 of three ranking events: the Australian Open, Indian Open and China Open. Jones also got to the semi-finals of the one-frame Shoot-Out before losing to Xiao Guodong.
  • Jones went on a fantastic run at the 2012 World Championship. He recorded wins over Andy Hicks and Ricky Walden to earn a first ever trip to the Crucible. He was handed a tough draw against 2005 World Champion Shaun Murphy, but Jones played brilliantly to win 10-8. He kept his run alive with a 13-10 victory over Andrew Higginson before losing 13-11 to Ali Carter.
  • In 2010, Jones reached the final of the fifth Players Tour Championship event in Sheffield. He beat the likes of Martin Gould and Ricky Walden before losing 4-1 to Ding Junhui.
  • Touted as a potential successor to Welsh stars Mark Williams and Matthew Stevens, Jones won a string of amateur and junior titles including the Welsh Under-21 and European Under-19 in 2004.

2017/18 Results

2018 World Championship Last 16

2018 China Open Last 128

2018 Gibraltar Open Last 128

2018 Welsh Open Last 64

2018 Shoot Out Last 16

2018 German Masters Last 64

2017 Scottish Open Last 64

2017 UK Championship Last 64

2017 Northern Ireland Open Last 128

2017 Shanghai Masters Last 32

2017 International Championship Last 128

2017 English Open Last 64

2017 European Masters Last 64

2017 Indian Open Last 128

2017 Paul Hunter Classic Semi-final

2017 China Championship Last 128

2017 Riga Masters Last 64

2016/17 Results

2017 World Championship Last 48

2017 China Open Last 128

2017 Gibraltar Open Last 16

2017 Shoot Out Last 128

2017 Welsh Open Last 32

2017 World Grand Prix Last 32

2017 German Masters Last 32

2016 Scottish Open Last 128

2016 UK Championship Quarter-final

2016 International Championship Last 64

2016 European Masters Last 64

2016 Shanghai Masters Last 32

2016 Paul Hunter Classic Quarter-Final

2016 World Open Last 128

2016 Indian Open Last 32

2016 Riga Masters Last 32