Last week’s Cazoo Players Championship produced 25 centuries, which meant £2,500 added to the Cazoo Century Initiative, raising money for our official charity partner, Jessie May Children’s Hospice at Home.
Every century made at Cazoo-sponsored events adds £100 to the total, and the overall tally has now reached £24,500. Donations will continue at the Cazoo Tour Championship, until the target of £25,000 is reached.
Champion Neil Robertson made six centuries last week in Wolverhampton, while Yan Bingtao also fired six tons. Kyren Wilson made the highest break with a 141.
Robertson joined Cazoo Head of Sponsorship Mike Mainwaring to present a cheque for £2,500 to Jessie May.
Jessie May is a Bristol-based charity providing nursing care at home for children and young people with life limiting conditions who are not expected to live beyond the age of 19. To find out more, visit jessiemay.org.uk
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