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Semi Finals underway for World Under-21 Snooker

All the semi final matches in Men and Women Under-21 are underway between following players.

Men Semi Final-1: Hossein Vafaei Ayouri (Iran) vs. Mateusz Baranowski (POL)
Men Semi Final-2: Zhao Xintong (CHN) vs. Josh Boileau (Ireland)
Women Semi Final-1: Siripaporn Nuanthakhamjan (Thailand) vs. Amornrat Uamduang (Thailand)
Women Semi Final-2: Daria Sirotina (RUS) vs. Jessica Woods (AUS)
 

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Five European players finds place in top-8 of World Under-21

Five European Players have succeeded to win their respective matches to enter in quarter finals of World Under-21 Snooker Championship here at Al-Fujairah. These players are Lee Mein (Scotland), Mateusz Baranowski (Poland), Lukas Kleckers (Germany), Luke Garland (England), and Josh Boileau (Ireland).

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Ryan Thomerson wins from the verge of lose

In an unexpectedly tough contest, Ryan Thomerson of Australia managed to edge out Adem Gerwash of Liby to step in Last-32.

Thomerson missed the third frame by just one point and had also struggled in couple of frames but composed himself to counter all odds and had a break of break of 70 points to lead 3-2. Adem, who do not want to concede so easily pulled him to play decider by winning the sixth frame 55-41. In such do-or die situation, Tomerson crafted an excellent break of 62 points to win the decider and knock-out Adem.

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Knockout Draw for World Under-21 Snooker Championship

HOSSEIN AND SIRIPAPORN GAINS TOP-SEED FOR KNOCKOUTS

Today morning there was last session of group stage matches in 2014 IBSF World Under-21 Snooker Championships and the tournament committee prepared the knockout draws for Men and Women discipline.

In men's group, Hossein Vafaei Ayouri from Iran grabbed the top-seed slot for knockouts having only single frame lose in overall matches he played. His average was 3.75 and equalizes with Indian's Dhvaj Haria who also had the same average but in lots, Hossein succeeded to gain top-seed.

All groups topper have been advanced to next round i.e. Last-32 and will play the winners of remaining 32 players those are placed in a round before.

Follow the link for Men's knockout draw: http://esnooker.pl/turnieje/2014/ms21/en/show_drabinka.php?id_t=34&size=64


In Women's group, Siripaporn Nuanthakhamjan of Thailand gained top-seed followed by Daria Sirotina of Russia. In the draw of total 6 players, winner of Keerath Bhandaal (India) and Amornrat Uamduang (Thailand) will play against Siripaporn in semis whereas winner of Anastasia Nechaeva (Russia) and Jessica Woods (Australia) will take on Daria Sirotina in next semi finals.

Follow the link for Women's knockout draw: http://esnooker.pl/turnieje/2014/ms21/en/show_drabinka.php?id_t=35&size=8

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Jessica suffers first defeat of competition

Tournament favourite Jessica Woods from Australia today suffered first defeat in group stage when she lost to Amornrat Uamduang of Thailand 3-0. Amornrat commanded well in the beginning and exhibited excellent potting to gain 2-0 lead. Jessica managed to score some points in third frame but Amornrat proved herself more composed to seal third frame as well.

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Hossein to wait on Dhvaj's match to confirm top-seed in knockouts

Former World Champion, Hossein Vafaei Ayouri of Iran is looking to obtaining top-seed slot for knockouts but he has to wait for the result of last league match of Dhvaj Haria of India, who has played 3 matches and not yet lost a single frame so far.

Hossein has already completed all his group matches and defeated Daniel Dempsey (Ireland), Alex Pace (Australia), Matheus Fatuch Pontarolli (Brazil) and Ashutosh Padhy (India). The only frame he lost is to Ashutosh. Rest all he won straight.

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Keerath Bhandaal enters top-6

Keerath Bhandaal of India has stepped into knockout stage of Last-6 in World Under-21 Snooker.

Keerath has played all three matches of Group A and qualified as no.3. She won only one match against her compatriot Sania Arif. Before that she had lost to Siripaporn Nuanthakhamjan of Thailand and Anastasia Nechaeva of Russia, who remained no.1 and 2 in the group.

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