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WSF Juniors and Seniors Snookers Championships next year in Sydney
Sports Bulletin Report Sydney (AUS): The 2023 WSF Championships will run from 31 January – 11 February at the Mt Pritchard District and Community Club, known as ‘Mounties’ in the western suburbs of Sydney, Australia. The event will include an open championship and a junior championship, each tournament carrying a World Snooker Tour card for its winner. One of the biggest international amateur competitions held for many years, the titles were won by China’s Si Jiahui and Ukraine’s Anton Kazakov respectively, with both players earning a two-year World Snooker Tour card from the start of the 2022/23 season. The inaugural WSF Championships staged in March 2018 were headlined by an all-new mixed gender competition won by China’s Luo Honghao, who alongside runner-up Adam Stefanow from Poland subsequently turned professional for the first time. Alongside this tournament, the event was also staged alongside the World Women’s Snooker Championship, won for the third time by Ng On Yee, while the first WSF Seniors Championship saw Brazil’s Igor Figueiredo defeat Darren Morgan to emerge victorious. In 2020, the WSF returned to Malta with the WSF Open and the new WSF Junior Open competition. For the first time these tournaments were staged as entirely open events, with players of any gender or nationality welcomed to compete. The junior competition was contested by China’s Gao Yang and England’s Sean Maddocks, with the former running out a 5-2 winner to claim the title and a two-year professional tour card. The open age competition saw Ashley Hugill reclaim his place on the World Snooker Tour with a 5-3 victory against Ukraine’s Iulian Boiko. All four finalists would ultimately earn professional status as a result of their performances, while several other players would be rewarded for their achievements by qualification for prestigious professional events including the World Championship.  
Asian Snooker Championship: Ahsan Ramzan and Mohammad Asif earn victories
Sports Bulletin Report DOHA-QATAR:-Duo of Pakistani cueists Ahsan Ramzan and Mohammad Asif have won their matches in the first round of 37th Asian Snooker Championship that started Doha, the capital city of Qatar on Saturday. The final will be played on March 16, 2022 at the same venue. As many as 44 players are fighting for top honour from different 20 countries of the region. All players have been divided in 11 groups, as each group has four snooker players. However, two players from each group will get the berth in the next round of the Asian Snooker Championship 2022. Results (Day-1): Ahsan Ramzan (Pak) beat Mansour Alobaidli (Qatar) 4-0 (62-39, 97-16, 53-10, 101-15(70),) Mohammad Asif (Pak) beat Aung Phyo (Myanmar) 4-3 (84-48(81), 42-68, 16-72, 87-27, 19-63, 68-43, 79-32) Fixtures (March 3, 2022): Mohammad Asif (Pak) v Essa Al Qubaisi (Qatar) Mohammad Sajjad (Pak) v Mohammad Al-Binali (Qatar) Ahsan Ramzan (Pak) v Pankaj Advani (India) Mohammad Asif (Pak) v Kritsanut Lertsattayathorn (Thailand) Mohammad Sajjad (Pak) v Passakorn Suwannawat (Thailand)
Ahsan Ramzan wins the IBSF World Snooker Championship
Sports Bulletin Report DOHA-QATAR:-Pakistan’s upcoming 16-year old, Ashan Ramzan has won the IBSF World Snooker Championship 2022 after beating Amir Sarkosh from Iran 6-5 that concluded Doha Qater on Friday. The final score-line was 63-60, 91-0(70), 56-34, 01-102(102), 28-68, 27-66, 86-18, 1-70, 69-0, 63-17 and 67-25. The championship was played from March 6 to 11 in the capital city of Qatar under the banner of International Billiard and Snooker Federation (IBSF). The champion Ahsan Ramzan had defeated compatriot and defending champion Mohammad Asif in the semifinal 5-4 with a 102 points break. Ashan maintained the same game in the final against Iranian guy Amir Sarkosh and claimed with 6-5 frames victory.   Results (Semifinals): Amir Sarkosh (Iran) beat Mohammad Sajjad (Pak) 5-4 (64-32, 59-47, 77-25, 18-62, 103-14(102), 30-59, 09-75(62), 24-58, 66-01(64),) Ahsan Ramzan (Pak) beat Mohammad Asif (Pak) 5-4 (63-71, 21-60, 76-50, 75-51, 64-65, 63-46, 39-68, 69-62, 62-60) Result (Final): Ahsan Ramzan (Pakistan) beat Amir Sarkosh (Iran) 6-5 (63-60, 91-0(70), 56-34, 01-102(102), 28-68, 27-66, 86-18, 1-70, 69-0, 63-17, 67-25)