This section is dedicated to showcasing the achievements and contributions of Walter Lindrum Grant winners in cue sports.

2019 Winners

Anna Lynch and Rob Hall

Earlier in 2019 Anna became Australian National Women’s Billiards Champion. Anna then became the World Women’s Billiards Champion at the RACV Club in Melbourne in October 2019, as Australia’s sixth World Champion in Billiards.

2019 Winners - Anna Lynch and Rob Hall click on the image to zoom in

2020 Winner

Joe Minici

Joe Minici is a two-time Australian National Billiards Champion. The popular and garrulous New South Welshman has a competition high break of 429. Joe received the grant because of his love of the game and Walter and he continues to recite the poem to keep Walter's memory alive.

2020 Winner - Joe Minici click on the image to zoom in

2021 Winner

Rob Hall

Rob Hall is a world-renowned billiards player from England, being a 9-time English champion, a 3-time World Championship finalist, and having over 14 wins in world ranking events.

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2021 Winner - Rob Hall click on the image to zoom in

2022 Winner

Cody Turner

Cody Turner is a talented young snooker player from New Zealand, who is the 2020 Oceania Under-21 Snooker champion, and received a wildcard to qualify for the World Championship. Having defeated some of Australia's best in continental tournaments, and won numerous New Zealand ranking events at senior level, he is unanimously voted as a worthy recipient of the grant to support his love of the game and assist him fund his attendance in tournaments being held this year. Walter Lindrum's connection with New Zealand dates back to the 1920s, when he and New Zealand's Clark McConachy dominated the English billards scene along with Tom Newman and Joe Davis. Read Cody's bio here.

2022 Winner - Cody Turner click on the image to zoom in