Wednesday 29 June 2016

EURO 2016 LATEST Visit Euro 2016 Hub

Fri 10th June

Sat 11th June

Sun 12th June

Mon 13th June

Tue 14th June

Wed 15th June

Thu 16th June

Fri 17th June

Sat 18th June

Sun 19th June

Mon 20th June

Sat 25th June

Sun 26th June

Mon 27th June

Thu 30th June

Poland POL

Portugal POR


Fri 01st July

Wales WAL

Belgium BEL


Sat 02nd July

Germany GER

Italy ITA


Sun 03rd July

France FRA

Iceland ISL


Lisowski stuns Selby

Published 13/03/2013 | 08:01

Jack Lisowski, pictured, sealed a last-16 clash with Tom Ford at the PTC Grand Finals
Jack Lisowski, pictured, sealed a last-16 clash with Tom Ford at the PTC Grand Finals

Jack Lisowski created a major upset as he defeated world number two Mark Selby 4-3 in the opening round of the PTC Grand Finals in Galway.

  • Go To

There was never more than a frame between Lisowski, ranked 42nd in the world, and Selby as the game went to a decider, the 21-year-old top-scoring with a 96 break in frame five.

That put him 3-2 ahead and, though Selby levelled with a 63 in the next, Lisowski came out on top in a scrappy final frame to seal a last-16 clash with Tom Ford.

Joe Swail hit back from 3-0 down to stun world number six Stephen Maguire by reeling off four frames in a row. Maguire looked set for a comfortable evening's work after rattling in breaks of 89, 56 and 52 to move within one frame of victory but Swail nicked the fourth.

The Scot had a golden opportunity to wrap up the match in the fifth frame but missed a regulation black off the last red and his 43-year-old opponent moved to within one behind.

A break of 69 levelled matters and the Northern Irishman sealed a shock victory after two visits to the table.

Swail will next face compatriot Mark Allen, who thrashed Mark Davis 4-0.

Allen looked in formidable form as he bids to win back-to-back events, having retained his Haikou World Open crown earlier this month.

Neil Robertson was given a scare before he saw off Jamie Burnett 4-2. The 2010 world champion trailed 2-0, but stormed back to take four consecutive frames - the last off a re-spotted black - to progress.

Barry Hawkins breezed past Li Hang 4-0, while Martin Gould crashed out after a 4-2 defeat to lower-ranked Ford.

Press Association

Read More

Promoted articles

Editor's Choice

Also in Sport