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Mark Allen vs Stephen Maguire

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Grand Prix Group H (21-29 Oct 2006) Pencil
Grp Northern Ireland Mark Allen 0-3 Scotland Stephen Maguire    Pencil
China Open (29 Mar - 4 Apr 2010) Pencil
Rd 2 Northern Ireland Mark Allen 5-3 Scotland Stephen Maguire    Pencil
Championship League - Group 4 (23-24 Jan 2013) Pencil
Grp Northern Ireland Mark Allen 3-1 Scotland Stephen Maguire   Details  Pencil
Final Northern Ireland Mark Allen 3-2 Scotland Stephen Maguire   Details  Pencil
Shoot-Out (25-27 Jan 2013) Pencil
SF Northern Ireland Mark Allen [6] 60-53 Scotland Stephen Maguire [5]   Details  Pencil
Champion of Champions (10-15 Nov 2015) Pencil
QF Northern Ireland Mark Allen 6-2 Scotland Stephen Maguire   Details  Pencil

102-18 (73), 68-35, 77-1 (77), 69-68, 0-107 (107)
33-65 (50), 62-24, 104-0 (104)

UK Championship (27 Nov - 9 Dec 2018) Pencil
QF Northern Ireland Mark Allen [7] 6-1 Scotland Stephen Maguire [15]   Details 
Allen made the 400th century of his career in frame three
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Players Championship (4-10 Mar 2019) Pencil
Rd 1 Northern Ireland Mark Allen [1] 6-2 Scotland Stephen Maguire [16]   Details  Pencil
UK Championship (26 Nov - 8 Dec 2019) Pencil
SF Northern Ireland Mark Allen [7] 0-6 Scotland Stephen Maguire [14]   Details  Pencil

0-96 (95), 0-129 (129), 67-78 (72,67), 0-72
38-73 (50), 0-100 (100)

Tour Championship (20-26 Jun 2020) Pencil
Final Northern Ireland Mark Allen [7] 6-10 Scotland Stephen Maguire   Details  Pencil

Session 1:
69-19 (50), 76-0 (76), 1-89 (89), 50-75 (SM 69, MA 50)
45-56, 125-0 (125), 62-31, 18-71

Session 2:
0-139 (139), 23-77, 69-38 (64), 36-74
9-78 (78), 74- (53), 107-0 (107), 72-80

Referee: Rob Spencer

This was Maguire's sixth ranking title and first in seven years.
In addition to the first prize of 150,000 pounds he secured the Coral Cup bonus of 100,000 pounds and a spot in the Champion of Champions.
His 139 in the 9th frame was the highest break of the tournament.