Thais Dechawat Poomjaeng, Noppon Saengkham and Kritsanut Lerstsattayathorn advanced to the last-16 round at the SangSom 6-Red World Championship yesterday. However, the day wasn't without its share of disappointment for Thailand as Ratchapol ... Bangkok Post, 2 weeks ago
Pakistan cuiest fails to qualify for last-16 round after four losses. Asif had a rough campaign and missed out on his chance to finish in the top two from the group of six. PHOTO: EXPRESS KARACHI: Last year's Asian 6-Red champion ...The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago Asif continues dismal run at world event The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago Asif to defend 6-Red World title The Express Tribune, 3 weeks ago
Shock results have started cropping up, big names have started feeling the heat and, although it creates a buzz, it may not go down well with the local fans at the 8 million-baht SangSom 6-Red World Championship. Those delivering these upsets ...Bangkok Post, 2 weeks ago
The Thai players didn't get the start they had been hoping for on the opening day of the 8-million-baht SangSom 6-Red World Championship yesterday with young Ratchayothin Yotharuck already finding himself trapped in a tight corner. Thailand's ...Bangkok Post, 2 weeks ago
The field for the eight million baht SangSom 6-Red World Championship is so loaded with big guns that even the experts are struggling to make up their minds when it comes to picking a winner. Thai star Ratchapol Pu-Ob-Orm. JOE JEEDJAD The ...Bangkok Post, 2 weeks ago
Mark Allen won his third European Tour title within the past year by beating Judd Trump 4-2 in the final of the Arcaden Paul Hunter Classic in Fürth, Germany. World number nine Allen won two European Tour titles last season and has now won the ...AOL UK, 3 weeks ago
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