Two-time Ranking Event Finalist
Grimsby’s Dean Reynolds is a two-time ranking event finalist and former world number eight player.
A professional of some 20 years, Reynolds was the first ever winner of Junior Pot Black in 1981, who went on to reach the finals of both the 1989 British Open and Grand Prix tournaments.
His best performance at the World Championship also came in 1989, as he defeated Peter Francisco and Wayne Jones, before losing 13-9 to Tony Meo.
Since 2018, Dean has also played regularly on the World Disability Billiards and Snooker circuit, following a stroke in April 2009.