Unbroadcast video - 18 year old Michael White whitewashes former World champion John Parrott 5-0.





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Published on Aug 5, 2009

Michael White (born July 7, 1991) beat former world champion snooker player John Parrott by 5 frames to nil at the qualifiers for the Shanghi Masters 2009 in Wales on 4th August 2009. Michael White is in the Guinness book of records as the youngest player to have ever made a century break: when he was nine years old. John Parrott commented after the match that he had not bothered to prepare for the match but if he continued to play at this standard he would consider retirement. In other words he reckoned that he lost the match rather than White winning it! Seems he may have been right as White was defeated 5.3 in the next round on Wednesday. If you like unbroadcast video please get in touch, it's amazing what is filmed in one way or another!
The commentator is Rob Walker better known as the World Snooker front man M.C. who introduces the players and then hands over to the commentary box. This is his first broadcast commentary event.

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