Jack Newman of Ireland played a crucial knockout match against his compatriot Ryan McGuirk which reached till the deciding frame before Jack came out as winner in the World Men Under-16 Snooker Championship 2019 ongoing at Tyumen, Russia.
Jack managed to win the decider on colour balls by 10 points and enters in the Last-16 stage.
Jack comfortably obtained two frames lead with the scores 52-19 and 47-18 but after that Ryan McGuirk made a strong comeback and returned to the game with next two frames win 60-20 and 52-14.
They both countered each other well in decider but in the end Jack won the frame 51-41 and match 3-2.
More good news for Ireland where another participant Leone Crowley stepped in the Last-16 defeating Dmitrii Kulakov of Russia 3-2. In this match, both the players ran parallel with alternate frame win and towards the end, Leone maintained the sequence by winning fifth and match 3-2.
Russian boy Artem Istomin played with authority and entered in Last-16 by registering 3-0 win against his compatriot Artem Zhogin. In first frame Istomin scored break of 56 as well.