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Poomjaeng Earns Tour Return

Thailand’s Dechawat Poomjaeng has regained his professional status with a 4-1 win over compatriot Narongdat Takantong in the final round of Asia-Oceania Q School in Bangkok. Poomjaeng lost his place on the World Snooker Tour at the conclusion of the 16/17 season and has not regained his professional status since then. He has now earned… Read More

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Poomjaeng Reaches Final Round

Thailand’s Dechawat Poomjaeng is one win away from a return to the World Snooker Tour after defeating Malaysia’s Lim Lok Leong 4-1 on the penultimate day of Asia-Oceania Q School in Bangkok. Tomorrow is the climax of event two, where the finalists will be awarded with two-year tour cards for the professional circuit. Thanawat Tirapongpaiboon… Read More

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End Of The Roda For Thor

Filipino Jefrey Roda scored a narrow 4-3 win to end former professional Thor Chuan Leong’s hopes of a return to the World Snooker Tour at Asia-Oceania Q School in Bangkok. Roda hails from a country famed for producing legendary pool players, such as Efren Reyes, but nobody from the Philippines has ever graced snooker’s top… Read More

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Thor Eases To Last 32 Spot

Malaysia’s former professional Thor Chuan Leong sealed his place in the last 32 of Asia-Oceania Q School with a 4-0 win over Thailand’s Nutdani Manawm in Bangkok. Thor bowed out at the last 32 stage in the previous event, but will be hoping to fare better this time when he clashes with Jefrey Roda of… Read More

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Q School Hopes End For Akbar

Former professional Hamza Akbar saw his chances of regaining a tour card via Asia-Oceania Q School dashed as he lost 4-1 to Poramin Danjirakul on the opening day of the second and final event in Bangkok. Thailand’s Danjirakul goes through to the last 32 to face Khash-Ochir Tuvshinjargal, who beat Muhammad Umer Khan 4-1. Dechawat… Read More

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Triumph For Tirapongpaiboon And Asif

Thanawat Tirapongpaiboon is set to be nominated for a return to the World Snooker Tour for the first time since 2016, having beaten Dechawat Poomjaeng 4-2 in the semi-finals of Asia-Oceania Q School event one. Pakistan’s Muhammad Asif won the other semi-final and now has the chance to join the pro tour for the first… Read More

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Poomjaeng To Face Tirapongpaiboon For Tour Card

Dechawat Poomjaeng moved within one win of a return to the World Snooker Tour by beating Hamza Akbar 4-2 in the quarter finals of Asia-Oceania Q School event one. Poomjaeng, best known for beating Stephen Maguire at the Crucible in 2013, last played on the pro circuit in 2017 and will win back his place… Read More

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Poomjaeng Hammers Thor

Thailand’s Dechawat Poomjaeng scored a 4-1 win over Malaysia’s Thor Chuan Leong on day three of Asia-Oceania Q School in Bangkok. Poomjaeng is a former Crucible competitor and has enjoyed success on the World Snooker Tour, but he dropped off the professional circuit at the conclusion of the 16/17 campaign. He’s now into the last… Read More

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Asia-Oceania Q School – Day Two Roundup

Thailand’s former professional Dechawat Poomjaeng secured a thrilling 4-3 win over Jeffrey Roda from the Philippines on day two of Asia-Oceania Q School in Bangkok. Fan favourite Poomjaeng delighted the Crucible crowd with a run to the last 16 of the 2013 World Championship. However, he hasn’t been a professional since the 16/17 season. He… Read More

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Cahill, Astley, Kendrick and Kleckers Earn Tour Cards

James Cahill, John Astley, Jenson Kendrick and Lukas Kleckers came through Q School Event Three in Sheffield to earn two-year cards for the World Snooker Tour. All four players now have the right to compete on the pro circuit for the 2022/23 and 2023/24 seasons and they complete the lineup of 12 qualifiers, with all… Read More

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