Judgement Day: World Championship Qualifiers

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     Jamie Jones has produced an incredible 10-0 demolition of 2016 English Open champion Liang Wenbo to storm to a Crucible place at Betfred World Championship Qualifying in Sheffield.  The dramatic gulf between the players came as a big shock, with Liang arguably playing the best snooker of the event in the lead up to Judgement Day.  The Firecracker made a 147 in his opening match against Rod Lawler and amazingly missed the final black for a second maximum in the last frame.

     Jack Lisowski put on a superb display to clinch his place at snooker's biggest event, thrashing 1994 Masters champion Alan McManus 10-3.

     Ryan Day will finish off the best season of his career so far by competing on the sport’s grandest stage after defeating 2002 World Champion Peter Ebdon 10-6.

     Lyu HaoTian (呂昊天) secured his place at the Crucible for the first time, thrashing Rory McLeod 10-2 to qualify.

     Xiao GuoDong (肖國棟) proved to be too strong for Sheffield's Adam Duffy, easing to a 10-1 victory.

     Chris Wakelin will walk out at the Crucible Theatre for the first time in his career after completing a 10-1 demolition of Tian Pengfei at Betfred World Championship Qualifying.

     The 26-year-old had already secured comfortable 10-4 victories earlier this week against Xu Si and Kurt Maflin, before his devastating final round win. Wakelin’s Crucible bow will see him earn the biggest payday of his career, having now secured a minimum of £18,000.

(source: World Snooker)


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