Reports from the Premier Junior Tour 2017/18

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Event 2

BRANDON SARGEANT yet again triumphed in the second Premier Junior Tour event at Upton Park in London over the weekend.

The 20-year-old Englishman, who won PJT Event One, whitewashed Ryan Davies in the final 4 - 0, and still tops the leader board.

Reggie Edwards knocked in the highest break, an incredible ton – 103, the second so far of the PJT.

Sargeant said on his wins: ‘I want to go in to each tournament with a better attitude than last year and not put myself under so much pressure.’ 

He added: ‘It feels good, but I want to just to move to the next tournament and keep improving.’ 

He said he will be entering q school next year and will go there with a stronger and better attitude than he did this year with what’s just gone on.

Talented Sargeant had racked a break of 100 in the first event.

 

Hamim Hussain was victorious in the Plate and defeated Luke Pinches, the son of former professional Barry Pinches, 2 - 1.

Pinches junior had won the Plate in Event One.

 

Event Three sees the PJT land in North East Derbyshire Snooker Centre in November on the 25/26th.

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Event 1

England’s Brandon Sargeant claimed the first English Association of Snooker and Billiard’s (EASB) Premier Junior Tour this new season - over the weekend.

Sargeant, 20, defeated Jack Harris in a sub-dued final 4 – 3, but Sargeant took the final frame 69 – 1 to claim the first event and top the PJT ranking list, with Harris in second.

The semi-finals saw Sargeant have a convincing win over Sean Maddocks - 4 – 0.

24 players attended the Northern Snooker Centre, Leeds, with the PJT stopping next month in Upton Park on the 14/15th October.

 

Luke Pinches scooped The Plate final and is the son of former professional Barry Pinches, who had a high ranking of 18 in 2005/6.

Pinches beat Jenson Kendrick 2 -1 with proud father Barry watching on.

 

Sargeant also claimed the highest break of the PJT with 100 – 10 points more than semi-finalist Sean McAllister, who racked a 90.

This was the first of six events on the PJT with the final event to be staged in Gloucester, next year.

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