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Muhammad Asif struggled against David Hogan

In his match against Irishman David Hogan, the defending champion Muhammad Asif of Pakistan found himself in turbulent waters as David’s resilience pushed the match into a decider frame.  After losing the first frame, Asif won successive two frames scoring decent breaks of 70 and 75 points to gain a 2-1 lead. Hogan who was determined not to be sidelined so easily won the fourth and the next two were won one each thus putting the decider on the table. In the decider, Asif led from the start and never let his guard down winning the match with a 40 points difference.

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Ng On Yee hits the first century of the Championship

Former world champion Ng On Yee scored the first century break on day one of the 2013 IBSF World Championship which began today  in Daugavpils, Latvia. Her 104 in the second frame was the reflection of  how dominating she was throughout the match. Her French opponent Linda Lassaut had no answers to Yee’s confident, rhythm and cueing as she lost 0-3.

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