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Snooker: O’Sullivan has reached the quarterfinals of the UK Championship

They played in the first four games of the eighth final of the UK Snooker Championship in York. Ronnie O’Sullivan and Kyren Wilson also made it into the top eight on Wednesday.

O’Sullivan in the quarterfinals (Photo: Fabiook / World Snooker Tour)

Noppon Sangham was a fierce opponent for Ronnie O’Sullivan in the first half of the duel. Thailand also held a 1-0, 2-1 and 3-2 lead, but won the second most valuable scoring match after the 1993 World Cup (!), A six-time world champion, after 3-3. Clash by pulling three ferns. He finished the last, ninth game with 120 points.


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Summer, UK Championship, York
Eighth final (according to the branch)

Noppon Sayingham (Thailand) –Ronnie O’Sullivan (English) 3-6
Chao Chin-tung (Chinese)–Peter Lines (English) 6–4
Jordan Brown (Northern Ireland) –Anthony McGill (Scottish) 3-6
Kieran Wilson (English)–Ben Wollaston (English) 6–3
Thursday
Anthony Hamilton (English) – Luca Brussels (Belgium)
Jacques Lisovsky (English) – Langin Wafay (Iran)
Matthew Celt (English) – Barry Hawkins (English)
David Gilbert (English) – Andy Hicks (English)

Eighth final merger (as per schedule)
Jordan Brown (Northern Ireland) –Anthony McGill (Scottish) 3-6
Anthony Hamilton (English) – Luca Brussels (Belgium)

Kieran Wilson (English)–Ben Wollaston (English) 6–3
Noppon Sayingham (Thailand) –Ronnie O’Sullivan (English) 3-6

Matthew Celt (English) – Barry Hawkins (English)
David Gilbert (English) – Andy Hicks (English)

Chao Chin-tung (Chinese)–Peter Lines (English) 6–4
Jacques Lisovsky (English) – Langin Wafay (Iran)