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Andrew Norman

Andrew Norman (born 27 June 1980) is an English professional snooker player who lives in Bristol, who turned professional in 2001. He has progressed up the ranking list between 2005 and 2007, jumping 30 places. His consistency was epitomised in 2006 as he lost his opening match in just one of the seven ranking events and had his best result in Aberdeen at the Royal London Watches Grand Prix when he reached the last 16 before losing to the eventual winner, Neil Robertson. Norman works as a part-time van driver for his sponsor Hills Delivery during the summer. In 2009, he was ranked 75 in the World Rankings, however, since then he fell out of the top 100. On 16 May 2011, he won a qualifying game at the Snooker Q School to regain his tour card for the 2011/12 season.

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2005 Welsh Open (snooker) - Qualifying
... Bingham 5 Ben Woollaston 2 Alfie Burden 5 Alfie Burden 2 Andrew Norman 5 Bjorn Haneveer 2 Nick Dyson 3 Mike Hallett 1 Andrew Norman 5 Andrew Norman 5 Shokat Ali 5 Nick Walker 1 Michael Judge 3 Liu Song 2 Shokat ...
2006 Welsh Open (snooker) - Qualifying
... Round 1 Best of 9 frames Round 2 Best of 9 frames Round 3 Best of 9 frames Andrew Norman w/o James Tatton 2 Dave Harold 5 Moh Keen Ho w/d Andrew Norman 5 Andrew Norman 1 Rod ...
Andrew Norman Meldrum - Selected Writings
... Meldrum, Andrew Norman (1906) ... Edinburgh James Thin Meldrum, Andrew Norman (1908) ... doi10.1039/CT9089300598 Meldrum, Andrew Norman (1920) ...
2007 Grand Prix (snooker) - Main Draw - Round-robin Stage - Group 2H
14 -2 Mark King 13 ... -2 Tian Pengfei 17 ... -5 Andrew Norman 19 ... -12 15 October John Higgins 4-2 Tian Pengfei Ryan Day 4-2 Nigel Bond Mark King 4-1 ...
2006 China Open (snooker) - Qualifying
... Carter 2 Stuart Mann 5 Stuart Mann 1 Tom Ford 3 Dave Harold 5 Andrew Norman w/o Marcus Campbell 4 Tony Drago 3 Barry Pinches 0 Steve James w/d Andrew Norman 5 Andrew Norman 5 ...

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