Who Is Robbie McGuigan?
Robbie McGuigan is a renowned Northern Ireland snooker player to win the Northern Ireland snooker championship in 2021.
Robbie is famed as the stepson of Northern Ireland professional snooker player Mark Allen.
The junior snooker had attended a grammar school in his hometown of Antrim.
In 2019, Robbie qualified for the pro tour through the Q School and was allowed to participate in the Challenge Tour 2019/20.
Robbie McGuigan Age: How Old Is He?
Robbie McGuigan completes an incredible comeback from 3-0 down to defeat Simon Bedford 4-3 on the pink & reach the final of #QTour 4!
The win earns him a place at the World Championship qualifiers with a shot at the title to come this evening 👏 pic.twitter.com/R7aLDwk7V2
— WPBSA (@WPBSAofficial) March 20, 2022
Robbie is 17 years, was born on July 7, 2004, in Antrim, Northern Ireland.
The junior snooker champ has competed in junior tournaments in Northern Ireland and won several junior events, including the Northern Ireland U21 Championship.
His father is 36 years, was born on February 22, 1986, in Northern Ireland.
Mark had won the World Amateur Championship in 2004 and ranks six in snooker games worldwide.
Robbie McGuigan Career: Is He The Youngest Snooker Champ?
Not to be for Lightening Michael White @michaelwhite147 but the main thing is rather than staring Q School in the face he’s regained his pro tour card and earned £20k as well
Well done Mikey and congratulations 👏👏👏#snooker #ilovesnooker pic.twitter.com/5qKZHT1KuY
— Phil Mudd (@MuddPhil) April 18, 2022
Robbie became the youngest player in history to win the Northern Ireland snooker championship in 2021.
At 17 years and 11 days old, the junior snooker pro became the youngest champion in almost a century of championship history, surpassing the previous age record set by his stepfather Mark Allen.
His father captured his first Triple Crown title at the 2018 Masters, which took place in London, England, between 14 and 21 January 2018.