|Birth Day||December 11, 1967|
|Age||53 YEARS OLD|
Former snooker player turned referee, who is widely credited with raising the public profile of female referees. In 2009, she became the first woman to officiate a World Snooker Championship final.
She attended the University of Glasgow and was a saleswoman for the lingerie company Ann Summers.
She was an excellent snooker player prior to her officiating career, winning the U.K. Women's Singles Championship in 1997.
She has two children with Ross McInnes.
She officiated the World Snooker Championship final in which Ronnie O'Sullivan won his fourth title.