Snooker star's fundraising game
SNOOKER star Stephen Lee will take to the baise in Cheltenham this week to raise money for a young boy who suffers from cerebral palsy.
The potter, who is currently banned from the professional game amid match fixing allegations, will play at Pockets Snooker Club, in St George's Place on Thursday evening at 8pm.
Members of the public will be able to come along and have a chance to play a frame against Lee, formerly the world number eight.
High-profile snooker referee Michaela Tabb will also be on hand at the event.
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Money raised will go towards a life-changing operation for Kyle Weaver, from Wales, which could enable him to walk. The three-year-old currently has to walk with the assistance or a K-Frame and his family need £50,000 to pay for him to undergo a selective Dorsal Rhizotomy in America.
There will be a meet and greet with Stephen and Michaela as well as an auction with snooker memorabilia and a raffle.
Entry costs £10 and to play Lee costs £25. For more details call 01242 515494.