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Khurram crashes out of IBSF World Snooker

November 6, 2008
Khurram crashes out of IBSF World Snooker

KARACHI: Pakistan's top cueman Khurram Hussain
Agha's fine run of play in IBSF World Snooker Championship ended on
Wednesday night in the last 16th round when he went down 1-5 to
Yu Delu of China at Wels (Austria), according to message received
here on Thursday.
This is the second time when Khurram Agha lost in pre-
quarterfinal round after doing so in 2002 world championship in
Cairo (Egypt).
Khurram won the middle frame before making his exit from
the global contest 45-67, 42-75, 108-1, 23-69, 45-69.
Pakistan other cueist Saleh Muhammad lost in the last 32
round of the competition.
Following are results of other pre-quarters.
Colin Gilcreest (Ireland) bt Alex Borg (Malta) 5-2, Lee Page
(England) bt Darren Morgan (Wales) 5-1, Marin McCrudden (Ireland)
bt Steve Mifsud (Australia) 5-3, Sohail Vahidi (Iran) bt Marcin
+Nitschke (Poland) 5-3, Thepchaya Un-Nooh (Thailand) bt Ratchapol
Pu Ob Orm (Thailand) 5-4, Pankaj Advani (India) bt Ben Hancorn
(England) 5-1, Xiao Guodong (China) bt Julian Logue (Northern
Ireland) 5-0.


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