Hendry


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Hendry

Stephen. born 1969, British snooker player: world champion 1990, 1992--96, and 1999
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Hendry has also won the Embassy World Championship seven times.
Larkhall's Graeme Dott was the picture of dejection after failing to accompany fellow countrymen John Higgins and Hendry into the quarter-finals.
Hendry was within two balls of his ninth career maximum when he surprisingly missed the pink.
STEPHEN Hendry failed to reach the 47th ranking event final of his career in the LG Cup at Preston yesterday.
Hendry, so close to equalling Steve Davis' record of six UK crowns, collected pounds 43,000.
STEPHEN HENDRY stormed into the final of the last Benson and Hedges Masters at Wembley last night and put his name on a cheque for pounds 22,000 along the way.
announced Tuesday that the company purchased 7,680 acres in Hendry County, Fla.
Jacob Hendry, 42, is in charge of the site at Humbie Holdings, near Kirknewton in West Lothian, where a 27-year Romanian died on Wednesday.
Judge Michael Buckley granted Hendry, of Lytham, Lancs, a chance to thrash out a deal with creditors.
Passing sentence on Jason Hendry, Mr Recorder Peter Cooke described him as a "profoundly dishonest man" and said he had committed a gross breach of trust.
Mark Selby and Joe Perry fight it out for regular-season table-topping honours and Stephen Hendry and Ding Jinhui cross swords to see which of the pair will join Selby, Perry and Ronnie O'Sullivan in the playoff semi-finals in 11 days' time.
Coverage of the 10th meeting of the season at the Lomond Auditorium in Glasgow, as Ronnie O'Sullivan takes on Stephen Hendry and Graeme Dott faces Steve Davis.