Terry Camilleri

Malta’s Terry Camilleri has officiated three ranking event finals during his career so far, in addition to two memorable maximum breaks at the Crucible Theatre made by Ali Carter and Stephen Hendry.

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Alan Chamberlain

One of snooker’s most recognisable referees, Alan Chamberlain has done it all in the game, officiating the 1997 World Championship final, as well as a further eight Masters finals. Now retired, Alan was elected the the WPBSA Board of Directors in 2010.

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Paul Collier

Back on the main tour following a few years away, Paul Collier will be hoping to add that elusive UK Championship final to a CV which has seen him officiate the finals of all of snooker’s other major tournaments.

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Greg Coniglio

Manchester’s Greg Coniglio is one of the newer referees on the circuit and having taken charge of matches at the World Championship qualifiers in 2011, will be hoping to take charge of more televised matches over the coming seasons.

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Jurgen Gruson

One of the most notable referees from mainland Europe, Jurgen Gruson has in recent seasons gained further experience by officiating the final of the 2010 PTC3 event, as well as a semi-final at the 2011 German Masters.

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Colin Humphries

Liverpool’s Colin Humphries officiated his first ranking event final at the 2009 Welsh Open final, but it is perhaps the epic Crucible clash between Nigel Bond and Stephen Hendry in 2006 which remains his career highlight to date.

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Olivier Marteel

Belgium’s leading snooker referee, Olivier Marteel made his Crucible début at the 2010 World Championship.

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Brendan Moore

A regular on the circuit since 2005, Sheffield’s Brendan Moore has taken charge of the finals of both the UK Championship and Masters tournaments in recent seasons and now has his eye on the big one, the Crucible final.

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Patricia Murphy

Ireland’s Patricia Murphy has refereed at the UK Championship qualifiers as well as the now-defunct World Series in Europe.

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Leo Scullion

A former policeman and taxi driver, Glasgow’s Leo Scullion is now one of snooker’s top referees having taken charge of his first ranking-event final at the 2011 China Open.

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Michaela Tabb

Snooker’s leading female referee, Scotland’s Michaela Tabb has risen to the top since she started her professional career back in 2002, the highlight being taking charge of the 2009 World Championship final at the Crucible between John Higgins and Shaun Murphy.

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Jan Verhaas

Arguably the most recognisable of snooker’s current referees, Jan Verhaas has officiated in four World Championship finals, three UK Championship finals and an impressive six Masters finals, including all three of Paul Hunter’s titles at the venue.

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Ben Williams

One of the newer referees to the circuit, Ben Williams officiated the first professional maximum break of his career in December 2011, that of Ding Junhui at the PTC12 event in Sheffield.

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Eirian Williams

One of the most established current referees, Welshman Eirian Williams has done it all, officiating all of the major finals in the game including four World Championship finals.

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Pete Williamson

One of snooker’s most experienced referees, Liverpool’s Pete Williamson shares the honour with Alan Chamberlain of having officiated the most 147 breaks in professional snooker, his total currently standing at seven.

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Andy Yates

A professional referee since 2006, Leigh’s Andy Yates’ career highlights include having already officiated an impressive four officially recognised 147 breaks, as well as having donned the gloves for the final of the EPTC4 event in 2010.

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Zhu Ying

China’s leading referee, Zhu Ying enjoyed her career high to date at the 2012 as she officiated Stephen Hendry’s brilliant 147 break against Stuart Bingham on the opening day…

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