Name: Jason Weston
Turned Pro: 1993
Highest Ranking: #N/A
Highest Break: #N/A
Career Highlights: 2015 Q School qualifier
Portsmouth’s Jason Weston first professional back in the 1990’s and notably reached the semi-finals of the Benson and Hedges Championship, losing 6-3 to future world champion Ken Doherty.
His best finish at a ranking event to date was a last 32 run at the 1992 British Open, where he lost 5-1 to Eddie Charlton, but his first spell as a professional was to come to an end in 2003, as he struggled with the effects of chronic fatigue syndrome (ME).
Having entered the final event of the 2014/15 European Tour in Gdynia, Jason entered Q School and was successful in the second of the two events, defeating Corey Deuel, Owais Ali, Simon Dent, Matthew Day, Joe Roberts and Kuldesh Johal to earn a return to the professional circuit.