Marco Fu made three centuries today
Masters title sponsor Dafabet will donate £100 to Jessie May Children’s Hospice At Home for every century break made during the eight days of the tournament.
The Dafabet Masters runs until Sunday at Alexandra Palace in London, with 16 of the world’s best players competing for the title.
Jessie May Children’s Hospice at Home, based in Bristol, has become World Snooker’s official charity partner for the 2016/17 season. Jessie May provides a hospice at home service for terminally ill children, offering care to families in the Bristol area.
Ronnie O’Sullivan, Ding Junhui, Mark Allen and Joe Perry all made it through to the quarter-finals of the tournament over the first two days, with nine centuries made in the first four matches.
Lindsey Horton, Corporate Partnerships Officer for Jessie May, said: “This is a wonderful gesture from Dafabet and we are thrilled to receive their support in raising much needed funds for our facility.”
John Cruces, Head of Sports Marketing and Sponsorships added: “We are delighted to be able to help Jessie May in any way we can so hopefully the century breaks will keep flying in all week.”
For more information about Jessie May visit www.jessiemay.org.uk