Qualifying for the British Open concluded on Saturday with eight more results at the Morningside Arena in Leicester.
There were comprehensive 4-0 victories for Stuart Bingham, Thepchaiya Un-Nooh, and Stephen Maguire.
The latter compiled breaks of 135 and 60 either side of a black-ball frame to lead Jimmy White 3-0, before completing the whitewash in the fourth frame.
Un-Nooh was in fine scoring fettle as the Thai reeled off breaks of 73, 69, 64, and 60 to power past Reanne Evans.
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Bingham, meanwhile, didn’t score quite as heavily but managed to orchestrate a routine success against John Astley.
Elsewhere, Matthew Selt and Jamie Jones produced bagel scorelines of their own with respective defeats of Liam Highfield and Mostafa Dorgham.
The closest outcome of the results on the final day of British Open qualifying saw Fan Zhengyi pip Mark Davis in a decider.
Fan, a former European Masters champion, trailed 3-2 but made timely contributions of 73 and 50 to progress.
Fellow Chinese competitor Xiao Guodong also moved forward in the competition courtesy of a 4-2 victory over Marco Fu.
In the last match to finish, Julien Leclercq ousted Dean Young by a similar two-frame margin.
The British Open takes place from September 25th to October 1st at The Centaur in Cheltenham.
The top 16 seeds, including defending champion Ryan Day and world champion Luca Brecel, have had their round of 128 clashes held over to the venue.
Ronnie O’Sullivan, Judd Trump, Mark Selby, and Shaun Murphy are among those who have had their matches deferred as well.
The British Open, which will be the third ranking event of the 2023/24 snooker season, adopts a random draw format.
British Open qualifying results
Monday, August 14th
Lukas Kleckers 1-4 Si Jiahui
Ma Hailong 4-2 Ian Burns
Manasawin Phetmalaikul 1-4 Ishpreet Singh
Stephen Hendry 2-4 Muhammad Asif
James Cahill 1-4 Tom Ford
Louis Heathcote 2-4 Ben Mertens
Alfie Burden 2-4 Ken Doherty
Fergal O’Brien 4-1 Andres Petrov
Tuesday, August 15th
Hammad Miah 4-3 Zhou Yuelong
Robbie Williams 4-0 Pang Junxu
Oliver Brown 4-3 Himanshu Jain
Xu Si 4-0 Ricky Walden
Dominic Dale 4-1 Mark Joyce
Liam Pullen 0-4 Oliver Lines
Jenson Kendrick 1-4 David Grace
Adam Duffy 1-4 Scott Donaldson
Wednesday, August 16th
Graeme Dott 4-3 Zhang Anda
Baipat Siripaporn 1-4 Liu Hongyu
Rory McLeod 1-4 Tian Pengfei
Dylan Emery 1-4 Yuan Sijun
Andrew Higginson 1-4 Andy Hicks
Chris Wakelin 4-3 Andrew Pagett
Rod Lawler 4-2 Sam Craigie
Anthony Hamilton 4-1 Aaron Hill
Thursday, August 17th
Mohamed Ibrahim 4-3 Mink Nutcharut
Liam Graham 4-3 Cao Yupeng
Elliot Slessor 2-4 He Guoqiang
Andy Lee 1-4 Hossein Vafaei
David Gilbert 4-1 Ryan Thomerson
Jackson Page 2-4 Ashley Carty
Stuart Carrington 3-4 Ross Muir
Ashley Hugill 4-2 Jak Jones
Friday, August 18th
David Lilley 1-4 Lyu Haotian
Thor Chuan Leong 4-1 Alexander Ursenbacher
Wu Yize 4-2 Martin Gould
Noppon Saengkham 4-1 Xing Zihao
Victor Sarkis 0-4 Matthew Stevens
Jordan Brown 3-4 Daniel Wells
Joe Perry 2-4 Sanderson Lam
Michael White 2-4 Zak Surety
Saturday, August 19th
Thepchaiya Un-Nooh 4-0 Reanne Evans
Mark Davis 3-4 Fan Zhengyi
Xiao Guodong 4-2 Marco Fu
Jamie Jones 4-0 Mostafa Dorgham
Stuart Bingham 4-0 John Astley
Matthew Selt 4-0 Liam Highfield
Julien Leclercq 4-2 Dean Young
Stephen Maguire 4-0 Jimmy White
Held over fixtures
(to be played in Cheltenham)
Monday, September 25th
Ryan Day vs Sean O’Sullivan
Luca Brecel vs Ding Junhui
Ronnie O’Sullivan vs Jimmy Robertson
Mark Allen vs Anthony McGill
Judd Trump vs Anton Kazakov
Mark Selby vs Ben Woollaston
Neil Robertson vs Jamie Clarke
Shaun Murphy vs Rebecca Kenna
Kyren Wilson vs Martin O’Donnell
Mark Williams vs Peng Yisong
John Higgins vs Long Zehuang
Ali Carter vs Allan Taylor
Robert Milkins vs Jiang Jun
Jack Lisowski vs Joe O’Connor
Gary Wilson vs Ahmed Aly Elsayed
Barry Hawkins vs Stan Moody
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