HAYDEN STANILAND beat favourite Patrick Wallace in the Week 8 Snooker Legends 900 final to claim the last qualifying position for the £10,000 Grand Final on November 22.
NIC BARROW booked his place in the November 22 Grand Final by beating Andrew Norman in the penultimate week of qualifying in the 900 Snooker Legends.
Norman, who had beaten outright favourite Haydon Pinhey in the semis, looked in charge in the final only to foul and let Barrow in.
DHARMINDER LILLY produced a stunning rat-a-tat green, brown and blue finish to win the Week 6 title and earn a place in the Grand Final of the 900 Snooker Legends.
Just 15 seconds remained when Lilly potted the green after a miss from Brendan O'Donoghue but he went on to quickly follow up with brown and blue to claim victory by 2 points.
ANDY LAVIN saw off Monday and Tuesday winners Billy Castle and Les Dodd in the semis and round one respectively as he claimed the Week 5 title in the 900 Snooker Legends.
Victory over Rodney Goggins in the decider earned Lavin a place in November's Season 2 Grand Final.
MICHAEL HOLT joined the cast list for the 900 Snooker Legends Grand Final night on November 22 with Week 4 victory.
The 2020 Shoot Out winner first saw off Wayne Cooper then beat Hamim Hussain in the semis and Connor Benzey in the final.
HARVEY CHANDLER beat Elfed Evans in the Week 3 final to qualify for the 900 Snooker Legends Grand Final on November 22.
Chandler first saw off veteran Dennis Taylor then accounted for Robbie McGuigan, who himself had accounted for inaugural Season 1 champion Ant Parsons in the opening round, in the semis.
LEE WALKER, the 2022 World Seniors champion, beat Patrick Whelan to claim the Week 2 title in the 900 Snooker Legends and with it a place in the Grand Final on November 22.
The Welshman first saw off 1986 World Champion Joe Johnson before accounting for 3-times World Women's Champion Onyee Ng in the semis.
JOSH THOMOND became the first weekly winner, and first to book his place in November's Grand Final, with final night victories over Michael Judge, Aleix Melia and, ultimately, Marcos Dayao in the decider.
WITH hopes of landing the £10,000 title–the biggest cash prize in televised amateur snooker – frantic and dramatic frames are played out over 15 minutes (900 seconds) with a 20-second shot clock in play throughout.
Top amateurs and legends such as Dennis Taylor and Joe Johnson are among the 96 entrants taking part over the next 8 weeks, with the winner of each group qualifying through to the grand final on November 22.