Fergal O’Brien In the second round of the Northern Ireland Open, she defeated fellow Ashley Hugle of England 4-2, along with fellow Dublin Ken Doherty.
O’Brien trailed 2-0, overcoming four consecutive frames for the win. Thailand’s Tepchaiya Un-Noah is waiting for the next round.
Doherty enjoyed a 4-1 victory over Chris Vaughan in the Milton Keynes tournament yesterday.
Earlier Tuesday Antrim Amateur Declan Lavery He had to withdraw from the tournament after being tested positive for the corona virus on the stage where he faced 2010 world champion Neil Robertson.
Former world champion Mark Selby Milton Keynes advanced to the second round with a 4-1 victory over Andrew Higginson.
World No. 4 Selby scored 93 on the way to a resounding victory.
“I have an eye on the UK (championship) next week, but I feel like I have a chance at any tournament I play in right now, so I’m focused this week,” said the three-time world champion.
Chinese number one Ding Junhui Israel’s Eden defeated Northern Ireland 4-0 Mark Allen He defeated Anthony Hamilton on the same score line.
Barry Hawkins They beat Alan McManus 4-2 and won the first round Ali Carter, Matthew Stevens And Stuart Binham.
Former Scotland world champion in Tuesday evening session John Higgins They beat Daniel Wells 4-0 to score 144 runs and two half-century clearances.
Brazilian Igor Figueroa They defeated 2006 world champion Graeme Dot 4-2 Nigel Bond, Barry Pinches And the above Un-Noah Reached the second round.
Michael White They advanced to the second round after beating Ukraine’s Julian Boyko 4-0.
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