Mark Williams's 145 is the highest break so far and, obviously, a very good marker for the £1,000 prize for the best effort of the non-televised phase.

He leads Tom Ford 7-2 and now looks very good to qualify.

So too do Judd Trump and Liang Wenbo who hold 6-3 leads over Stephen Lee and Dave Harold respectively.

The other two matches are much tighter, though. Fergal O'Brien can't quite shake off Jamie Burnett while Anthony Hamilton is making things very tough for Ricky Walden.

Can't see either of these matches finishing early somehow.


kimball said...

I fear Stephen Lee will take Trump
all the way!

Global Cue Sport seem to be out of
action in their reporting.

Global said...

em what do you mean Kim - out of action? We've been live scoring the world championships since the first ball of the non tour prelim rounds - otherwise I must be dreaming that I'm working 16 hour days on these events.

and it's www.global-snooker.com by the way - we have relaunched the site at its new home, new look, new web address but it's GLOBAL SNOOKER, always has been, always will be.

Janie (trying to have a kip between sessions!)

kimball said...

Ok, Janie, got it, but there were a window with stats that through
me of the scent.

7-7 now Lee - Trump.

Go into hiogh gear Judd!!