Q School 2021 – Event 3 – Days 1 and 2

Posted on: 10 June 2021

Last edited on: 12 June 2021

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Hopes dashed, pressure mounting and Order of Merit becoming more relevant

As many are already on their way home after being knocked out of the final event, the pressure to qualify will be mounting on some and as there are two places on the main tour to be awarded to the top two on the Order of Merit many eyes will now be on that list.

You can see the Provisional Order of Merit here courtesy of the wonderful service that is snooker.org

Youngsters Dylan Smith, Aidan Murphy, Westley Cooper, Liam Pullen and the EPSB hope Stan Moody have all been eliminated. They will learn from the experience and will no doubt continue with their dream to become a professional snooker player. Especially if the NGBs get started on helping players like these youngsters rather than just throwing competitions at them.

Rebecca Kenna is still flying the flag for the women with a 4-0 win over Phil O’Connor and will now face another Irishman, Ross Bulman, in Round 2 this afternoon.

Round 2 has already started and Brandon Sargeant is the first or the relegated pros to fall.

Veteran Tony Knowles has still got it and produced a 4-0 win over Garry Coulson in Round 1 and a nail biting 4-3 win over Ryan Roberts in Round 2. Knowles will play Sean O’Sullivan in Round 3 on Friday evening.

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