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Hill pots 4/10 in 'Blue Ball Challenge'

Snooker players worldwide raising money for NHS

A former professional snooker player scored 4/10 when he took on the 'Blue Ball Challenge' yesterday.

Darryl Hill attempted the challenge, live on the 'World Seniors Snooker' Facebook page, to raise money for the NHS.

Competitors must place the blue on its spot in the middle of the table, then place the cue ball in the 'D' and try to pot the blue in one of the bottom pockets.

This process is repeated ten times, seeing how many the player can score.

You can watch his attempt below, from around 2:30 in:

Twenty-four-year-old Hill reached a career-high of 75th in the world during two years on the professional circuit.

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