Terry Camilleri has officiated at the top level of the sport since he became a professional referee in 2001. The highlight of his career so far came in January 2013 when he took charge of the final of the Masters in London, with Mark Selby beating Neil Robertson 10-6.
Highest break: 70
Qualified as a referee: 1990
First pro match: 2001 – Peter Ebdon v Tony Drago
Most memorable match: My first ranking final: the Malta Cup 2007, Shaun Murphy v Ryan Day
Most embarrassing moment: Walking out to the table with my flies open
If you weren’t a referee what would you do: Spend more time with the family
Which is the toughest rule to apply: The simultaneous hit rule
What do you carry in your pocket: 2 ball markers, coin, and a prayer card
Where do you get your gloves: Very difficult nowadays but from whoever has the best quality!
Interests: Football (Manchester United), cars and home DIY