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Steve Mullins

Steve Mullins - McDermott Ambassador

 

English 8 Ball, 9 Ball, 10 Ball

Playing Cue: G230

Break/Jump Cue: Stinger NG07

McDermott Ambassador Since: 2017

Competes: Kent, and other parts of England

Home Club: Rochester

Favorite Venue: My favorite venue has to be Great Yarmouth for the Nationals finals. About 1100 people in one place screaming and shouting — it gets you buzzing!

Players that have inspired him: Ian Hubbard and Ian Kettel were two of the most solid players around when I was growing up. I always learned from watching them play.

Tips/advice for aspiring players:
Spend as much time on the practice table as you can. Never give up — anything is possible!

Best advice he received from someone:
Play the balls, not the player!

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Major Accomplishments


2017:
  • Shepway open winner
  • 16 Man Classic winner
  • Rock Avenue Singles League winner
  • England Team Trials
2016:
  • Chatham Open winner
  • Sittingbourne Open winner
  • Men's County Regional ranking 5th
  • Kent county ranking 2nd
2015:
  • Kent Interleague leading player, 18 wins from 20
2011:
  • Sheppy Open runner up
2010:
  • Medway 8 Ball doubles winner with Ben Savage

Bio

I started playing at 13 and just couldn't get enough of it. Pool, snooker, bar billiards — if there was anything with balls and a hole, I was playing it. I took 2 years out when I was 18 and I still regret it to this day!

I have enjoyed a few competition wins over the years and now I feel that I'm playing some of my best pool. I've never really had an interest in American pool before. I had a few games last year though, and I found it to be a much more enjoyable game. I can't believe that I didn't play it sooner! Next year I will be playing 9 and 10 ball on the T9B Tour in London. I can't wait to get going!

Other Activities Steve Enjoys

Don't really do much now. I used to play football, but I broke my leg in December 2015. That put an end to that. Most of my spare time is spent with the family. Watching my kids grow is just amazing. Football training and matches take up Saturday and Sunday mornings, while my daughter does ballet, tap, and is just starting Irish dancing.