SNOOKER ACE DAVIS DATES TRACTOR GIRL.
Byline: GRAHAM BROUGH
Variation of English billiards. It is played with 15 red balls and 6 variously coloured balls. Snooker arose, probably in India, as a game for soldiers in the 1870s. star Steve Davis For other people with this name, see .
Steve Davis, OBE, (born August 22, 1957, Plumstead, London) is an English professional snooker (and to a lesser extent pool) player. He won 6 Snooker world titles during the 1980s. has a new love who is 16 years younger than him and works in a tractor plant.
The 47-year-old millionaire is dating accounts worker Jeannie Nash, 31, who he met in a bar five weeks ago.
On Monday Davis, the six time winner of the World Snooker Championship For the results from this year's Championship, see .
The World Snooker Championship, currently held at the Crucible Theatre in the English city of Sheffield, is the climax of snooker's annual calendar and the most important snooker event of the year in terms of prestige, , announced he had split from his wife Judith, 44, after 14 years.
Dad-of-two Davis said no one else was involved in the break-up. But he was already seeing Jeannie, who works at New Holland tractors in Basildon, Essex. Her mum Roberta of Stanford-le-Hope, said: "They met four or five weeks ago in Bellini's bar in Leigh-on-Sea. She was out with a friend.
"They hit it off and went out quite a few times.
"Steve has been away playing tournaments but they've been speaking a lot on the phone."
Her father Derek added: "He told her the marriage was over, that it had effectively dissolved. They haven't made any plans."