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Harry knocks in seventh maximum
Some interesting facts about Harry, I nicknamed him unofficially in the early 80s "The Magician" other than the obvious (Harry Houdini) it was his uncanny knack of winning frames from seemingly impossible positions).
Harry started playing at 15 years old. His biggest influence at the time was Wellingtonian Clint Polamalu (a great player in his own right).
Harry is self-taught and hasn't had any formal coaching. His number of Century Breaks is phenomenal with it well in excess of 1000.
In the final of the NZ Charter Clubs Champs Harry compiled 4 consecutive century breaks against me at Petone Workingmens Club.
He has officially made now seven 147 maximum breaks but also has 5 in solo practice. His son Daniel has six 147 maximum breaks and was on four before Harry got his first.
Something you may not know about the cueist. Harry once played a billiard tournament in Wellington in the days of Bill Harcourt and Herbie Robinson. He won the flight event and compiled a break of 105 in the process Harry also claims one very famous scalp from the IBSF World Amateur Championships where he defeated up and coming Steven Hendry 4-0