EUROSPORT NEWS: A Scottish Snooker player, is determined to push 16 Year old Star…

James Cahill, a Scottish open snooker player, is determined to push Stan Moody aside in the decision-making process as Martin advances.
Stan Moody: 16-year-old storms into round two of World Championship  qualifiers in Sheffield - Eurosport

The final day of qualifying for the Scottish Open was staged by the Morningside Arena in Leicester on Thursday with James Cahill, Martin Gould and Yuan Sijun all booking their trip to the finals venue in Edinburgh. The Scottish Open is the third event of the Home Nations Series and will be held at Meadowbank Sports Centre between 11-17 December live on Eurosport and discovery+.Scottish Open snooker: James Cahill holds nerve to edge out Stan Moody in  decider as Martin Gould progresses - Eurosport

James Cahill booked his spot in the last 64 of the Scottish Open with a 4-3 qualifying win over Stan Moody in Leicester.
Cahill moved 3-0 clear with breaks of 72 and 69 at the city’s Morningside Arena only for world junior champion Moody to restore parity at 3-3 boosted by a 54 break in the fourth frame.
But former World Championship qualifier Cahill booked his trip to the finals venue at Meadowbank Sports Centre in Edinburgh (11-17 December live on Eurosport and discovery+) with a closing knock of 54.
He was joined in advancing from the round of 128 by former German Masters champion Martin Gould, who completed a 4-2 win over 12-time women’s world champion and Eurosport analyst Reanne Evans.
Evans rallied from losing the first three frames to close to 3-2 behind, but Gould added a closing 79 to go with an 85 in the third frame in finalising his trip to the finals venue.
18-year-old Xing Zihao edged out Fergal O’Brien 4-3 by winning the final three frames to finalise his spot at the event, while former Gibraltar Open semi-finalist Yuan Sijun produced 133 and 120 in whitewashing Muhammad Asif 4-0.
All the first-round matches are contested over the best of seven frames with the world’s top 16 starting their respective campaigns at the finals venue alongside two matches involving local wild cards.

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