Ronnie O'Sulllivan wants to encourage young players to participate in the sport at which he is so very talented. He has even been involved in the design of this two piece snooker cue range, demanding only the best ash to ensure the best possible performance. A combination of real wood splices and exciting decal designs make these cues ideal entry points in to the Ronnie range of cues.
I have shaped the cue tip ready to play with straight away myself, as a professional player and grade A professional Coach it is my duty to make sure you are happy with the tip and not have to find a way to get the tip done when you buy a new cue.
This Ronnie O' Sullivan ROS Riley snooker cue is 57" inches long (standard) length i a two piece snooker or can be used for English 8 ball pub pool with its small cue tip.
The cue has a weight between 18 and 19 oz in weight and so Medium to heavy in weight range.
The cue tip is ready shaped to play a game straight away as I know people struggle when it comes in a hard block unshaped and so took it on myself to help do this before you buy it.
The cue is a decent cue to be fare and looks nice with the hard case being the bit better than standard snooker case with its nice finish and looks.
Having known Ronnie myself since we were both 10 and 12 years old its really nice being able to sell cues that he has had a hand in designing himself after all these years.
When my dad joined me at the Ilford Snooker centre when I was just 12 I saw Ronnie playing and saw he already had a high break of 107 age 10. I had never picked up a cue until I was 12 but worked hard and hit my first 101 at 13 years old just before my firast year of playing snooker, but my Dad took me every day to the club to practice 7 days a week and at weekends would enter the club competitions with young players like my class school friend Mark King, Ronnie O' Sullivan, Peter Ebdon, Ken Doherty, all young and at the club the same as me all hoping to make it one day and nearly all of us turned professional and some won the world championships.
I remember a time when Ronnie played slower and Peter Ebdon played faster :) !!
Truth known we all started out with a starter cue like this type.
A bargain offer cue set.