Lives: Preston, England
Played since: Nine years old
WDBS Classification: Profile 23, Group 5
WDBS Highlights: 2018, 2019 Northern Classic winner, 2018 Open Disability Snooker Championship winner
As a local player, Chambers made his debut in Preston at the 2018 Northern Classic where he advanced through the field and defeated Andy Johnson in the Groups 4 & 5 final to claim his maiden title.
A few months later at Barratts Snooker Club in Northampton Chambers got the better of David Church – who like Johnson, was a former WDBS champion – to secure his second crown in the Groups 4 & 5 Fizz Open Disability Snooker Championship.
Chambers then made it a hat-trick of triumphs after retaining the Group 5 Northern Classic title in February 2019 at the Hazel Grove Snooker Club in Stockport. The avid Preston North End football fan remains undefeated.
Away from the baize Chambers has been an integral part of the England Amputee Football Team for whom he has scored goals for in big international events.
Chambers’ left foot was amputated when he was four years old. Five years later he played snooker for the first time down a local club. He fell in love with the sport and has played it both socially and competitively ever since.
You can view Mickey’s full results at snookerscores.net