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Michaela has not refereed on the tour for over a year and now seems unlikely to return - though she is used on the Snooker Legends exhibition circuit.
It was worth to mentioning here that Pakistan's Hamza Akbar beat Pankaj Advani India 7-6 to win the country's first Asian Snooker Championship after a gap of 17 years after a hotly contested final in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia.
Since the participation of Hamza Akbar in the Professional circuit would cost around Pound Sterling 17,000 to cater his travelling, accommodation and living costs for two years in the UK, Pakistan Billiards and Snooker Assocuiation (PBSA) has launched a campaign to raise funds for his World Snooker Tour.
It ran regularly until 1986, but despite occasional attempts to revive it under various guises in the 1990s and 2000s, the format could no longer compete with other televised snooker tournaments.
He added: "There's lots of snooker and billiards boards in there with people's names on.
Mark Lee, manager of the leisure centre, said: "It is with great pleasure that we present Snooker Legends and we look forward to welcoming Steve Davis following his return from his jungle exploits.
Mr Gledhill also organised for top professional snooker players such as Steve Davis, Jimmy White and Ronnie O'Sullivan to play exhibition matches in Huddersfield.
Birmingham boasts a rich snooker heritage and hosted the first world championship in 1927, won by Joe Davis, who achieved legendary status by winning the title 15 times.
Meanwhile, two cueists, Mohammad Asif and Sultan Mohammad, will represent the country in the Asian Snooker Championship.
Meddling Mr Hearn wants snooker at the 2014 Winter Olympics and I don't think anything can stop him.
Jimmy "The Whirlwind" White will be among a host of snooker luminaries including former World Champions Dennis Taylor, Cliff Thorburn and John Parrott as well as some special guests yet to be announced.
It was only a couple of years ago that Subah held the position of No 4 in the Asian Snooker circuit and was also a quarter-finalist at the Amateur World Snooker level.