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Bingham delighted with McLeod success

STUART BINGHAM was thrilled to see his stablemate Rory McLeod claim his first ranking title – despite his own early exit from the tournament in Germany.

World No 61 McLeod, who is 44-years-old and snooker’s only black professional, beat China’s Tian Pengfei in the final of the Rhur Open on Sunday, October 12.

Bingham lost his opening match 4-3 against Ireland’s Fergal O’Brien but still had something to celebrate when McLeod (right), who also works with SightRight coach Stephen Feeney, triumphed at the European Tour event.