Sunday, 29 January 2012

Snooker Shoot-Out 2012 Day 2 - Stephen Lee made First century of the tournament

Shoot-Out Day 2: Stephen Lee moved on to the last 16 with a ton 121 in his round 2 match against Ricky Walden. 

Stephen Lee
It is never easy to make a century with shot clock in a frame just lasts 10 minutes but Stephen Lee did it today. It would be a total clearance but but went in-off the last pink. This 121 was also the first century of the event this year and replacing his opponent Walden's 92 made in the first round to become the highest break of the event so far. 

The only Chinese that survived in the last 16 is Liang Wenbo, who defeated Matthew Stevens with a break of 53 and Andrew Higginson in the first round. Alfie Burden came through from 0-45 down to beat Ben Woollaston by 52-45 before Stephen Maguire sent him home in the last 32. 

Stephen Hendry
Mark Williams should be happy about Stephen Hendry's defeat today. After Williams's defeat to Barry Hawkins in last 32 he has pledged to get 'I love Hendry' tattooed on his backside if Hendry wins the tournament. Unfortunately Hendry was out that night beaten by Jack Lisowski 79-29.

Here is the Last 16 Draw of Shoot-Out:


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