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"GRAND-FINALS" ------ Q-Sports Academy Snooker Challenge Cup

Q-Sports Academy Club Fintona held the GRAND-FINALS of two club cue-sport competitions last night Friday 11th July when 625 total prize-money was up for grabs for Q-Sports Academy Open 9-Ball League and Q-Sports Academy Snooker Challenge Cup......... www.rballsprts.com



SNOOKER: ----- 400 Prize-Money
Q-Sports Academy Snooker Challenge Cup was a open competition limited to 16 players with the event attracting local players from the club plus players from different towns throughout Tyrone and border counties of Donegal & Monaghan all trying to collect the 250 first prize........ www.rballsports.com



The competition produced avery high standard of play round by round but it was Dromore cueist Brendan McDonagh who was crowned champion defeating Paul Loughran (Omagh) in the final on a 5-2 score-line........ www.rballsports.com



On route to victory Brendan put in some solid performances throughout the tournament defeating Conrad McCann, Mickey McDonald, Dwayne Timlin before overcoming the challenge of the inform Paul Loughran in the final to add another tournament title to his impressive CV....... www.rballsports.com



HIGH-BREAKS:
Paul Loughran claimed the highest break of the tournament which was a brilliant 73 adding to his other superb breaks of 53, 64 and a host of 30 plus breaks throughout the tournament.


Dwayne Timlin also recorded a fantastic 66 break in his semi-final match against Brendan McDonagh with the Dromore cueist also recording the following breaks of 29, 37, 43, 44 and 48 on Grand-Finals night.



SEMI-FINALS:
Brendan McDonagh 4-1 Dwayne Timlin
Paul Loughran 4-3 Anthony McGill



FINAL:
Brendan McDonagh 5-2 Paul Loughran
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