Liam Pullen Shines with Centuries in Qualifying Triumph Over Graeme Dott

Liam Pullen (Picture: World Snooker)

In the qualifying round for the International Championship, Liam Pullen demonstrated outstanding form by scoring two centuries in a remarkable 6-4 victory over the former World Champion, Graeme Dott.

Despite being a tour rookie at just 18 years old, Pullen showcased his talent and earned a spot in the final stages of this prestigious world ranking event set to take place in Tianjin, China in November.

Hailing from Yorkshire, the young teenager exhibited his prowess on the table by compiling breaks of 119, 51, and 101, securing a commanding 4-1 lead. Although Dott managed to make a comeback by clinching frames eight and nine, narrowing the gap to 5-4 and taking a significant lead in the tenth frame, Pullen displayed resilience, making a comeback and clinching victory with a remarkable brown-to-black clearance.

In other matches, Stuart Bingham had a dominant performance with a 6-0 win against Xing Zihao. Jimmy Robertson also showcased his skill, scoring a high of 118 in a 6-2 victory against Anton Kazakov. Noppon Saengkham displayed an impressive array of runs, including scores of 74, 69, 80, 67, 117, and 123, ultimately securing a 6-3 victory against Victor Sarkis.

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