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'''Steve Graston''' was the runner-up of [[Series 51]].
'''Steve Graston''' was the runner-up of [[Series 51]].
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He first appeared on 8 December 2003 in [[Series 50]], winning three shows before temporarily retiring to make way for the series finals. He won a further two shows at the start of [[Series 51]] before being defeated by [[Gail Wood]]. 5 wins were enough to make Steve the #7 seed for the series finals, where he defeated [[Sweyn Kirkness]] and [[Gary Male]] en route to the grand final. Despite leading by 1 point at the end of the 2nd part, [[Stewart Holden]] pulled away to win the game and series with a score of {{score|104|81}}.
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He first appeared on 8 December 2003 in [[Series 50]], winning three shows before temporarily retiring to make way for the series finals. He won a further two shows at the start of [[Series 51]] before being defeated by [[Gail Wood]]. 5 wins were enough to make Graston the #7 seed for the series finals, where he defeated [[Sweyn Kirkness]] and [[Gary Male]] en route to the grand final. Despite leading by 1 point at the end of the 2nd part, [[Stewart Holden]] pulled away to win the game and series with a score of {{score|104|81}}.
Series runner-up was enough to garner an invite to [[Championship of Champions XII]], where he lost the first game to [[Mark Tournoff]].
Series runner-up was enough to garner an invite to [[Championship of Champions XII]], where he lost the first game to [[Mark Tournoff]].

Latest revision as of 23:09, 6 November 2011

Steve Graston

Steve Graston was the runner-up of Series 51.

He first appeared on 8 December 2003 in Series 50, winning three shows before temporarily retiring to make way for the series finals. He won a further two shows at the start of Series 51 before being defeated by Gail Wood. 5 wins were enough to make Graston the #7 seed for the series finals, where he defeated Sweyn Kirkness and Gary Male en route to the grand final. Despite leading by 1 point at the end of the 2nd part, Stewart Holden pulled away to win the game and series with a score of 104 – 81.

Series runner-up was enough to garner an invite to Championship of Champions XII, where he lost the first game to Mark Tournoff.

Preceded by
Eamonn Timmins
Series runner-up
Series 51
Followed by
Paul Gallen


Episodes

# Date Type Contestant 1 Score Contestant 2 Guest Lex Max
3605 8/12/2003 P Lynda House 78 – 95 Steve Graston Tim Rice Susie Dent 140
3606 9/12/2003 P Steve Graston 95 – 59 Carol Bestwick Tim Rice Susie Dent 120
3607 10/12/2003 P Steve Graston 105 – 20 Robin Barnett Tim Rice Susie Dent 153
3615 5/01/2004 P Steve Graston 115 – 67 Mal Myers Eve Pollard Susie Dent 129
3616 6/01/2004 P Steve Graston 96 – 42 Hossein B Zadeh Eve Pollard Susie Dent 117
3617 7/01/2004 P Steve Graston 80 – 94 Gail Wood Eve Pollard Susie Dent 119
3723 18/06/2004 QF Sweyn Kirkness 64 – 78 Steve Graston Martin Jarvis Susie Dent 112
3727 24/06/2004 SF Steve Graston 100 – 83 Gary Male Michael Aspel Susie Dent 129
3728 25/06/2004 GF Steve Graston 81 – 104 Stewart Holden Michael Aspel Susie Dent 119
4113 29/05/2006 CP Mark Tournoff 119 – 83 Steve Graston Ron Atkinson Susie Dent 131
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