David Gray England bt James Ortega Phillipines 5-0
Kwan Poonjang Thailand bt Shawn Budd Australia 5-1
Johl Younger Australia bt Farhan Mirza Pakistan 5-1
Robert Murphy Ireland bt Javy Thys Belgium 5-1
Gary Hardiman Ireland bt Wong Kok Wai Malaysia 5-3
Marlon Manalo Phillipines bt James Reynolds Ireland 5-4
Alan Burnett Scotland bt John Graham Northern Ireland 5-1
Phaitoon Pholbun Thailand bt Timothy English Wales 5-0
Poonjang bt Gray 5-3
Younger bt Murphy 5-3
Manalo bt Hardiman 5-4
Burnett bt Pholbun 5-3
Poonjang bt Younger 8-5
Burnet t bt Manalo 8-0
Burnett bt Poonjang 10-6
Phaitoon Pholbun got the prize for the highest break in the tournament with a 138.
The prize for a 147 would have been 30 000$ sponsored by Guinness.
David Gray was the 94 World U-21 Runner-up, 94 European Champs. runner-up and
English national champion 95
Phaitoon Pholbun is the Asian U-21 Champion.
Risto Väyrynen (Finland), who provided the results, also participated. He didn't
qualify for the last 16 cause he lost to Alan Burnett, the eventual champion, 4-3 on the black.
Better luck next time, Risto!