Jim Meadowcroft

Infobox Snooker player
Name = Jim Meadowcroft


Born = Birth date and age|1946|12|15|mf=y
Birthplace =
Nationality = flagicon|England English
Professional =
High ranking = #12
High break = 147
Best finish = Second round of World Champinship (3 times)
Ranking wins = ??

Jim Meadowcroft (born 15 December 1946) is a retired English professional snooker player who has latterly been a coach and a commentator on the game.

His most successful years were during the 1970s; he was ranked number 12 in the world in 1976-77 and reached the second round of the world championship three times. Meadowcroft is the author of "Higgins, Taylor and me" and has served as a director of pro snooker's governing body the WPBSA.

On January 27 1982 Meadowcroft made breaks of 105, 115, 117 and 125(total 462) in four consecutive frames at the Connaught Leisure Centre, Worthing.Fact|date=June 2007

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