World snooker qualifiers: Amee Kamani and Varsha Sanjeev score mixed wins
Mumbai, October 17, Amee Kamani of Madhya Pradesh and Varsha Sanjeev of Tamil Nadu achieved contrasting victories in their first round of the “Y” Camp (1st round) of the World Snooker Qualifiers matches, of a national selection tournament. from the Billiards and Snooker Federation of India (BSFI), here Sunday.
Cueist MP Amee was on a roll as she quickly got into his stride and took on the challenge of seasoned activist Chitra Magimairaj of Karnataka by letting off steam to a 3-0 straight-up victory in the clash at best of 5 images to start on a note excitement.
On an adjacent table, Tamil cueist Nadu Varsha was engaged in a grueling battle with Maharashtra’s Arantxa Sanchis before managing to secure a thrilling 3-2 victory.
Indian No.2 Amee quickly found her touch to take control from the start. Experienced Chitra tried to fight but couldn’t stop Indore-based Amee from scoring 88-03, 69-42 and 70-35.
Meanwhile India, No.3, Varsha and Arantxa, ranked No.5, fought well and the competition witnessed a battle royale for supremacy. Tamil cueist Nadu Varsha got off to a good start taking the first frame before Arantxa reacted strongly by pocketing the next two frames to take a crucial lead. But, Varsha came up with a fiery retaliation and snatched the two remaining frames to clinch a satisfying verdict of 66-29, 25-67, 16-75, 56-12 and 76-33 and a deserved victory.
Results (1st round – Y-Camp): Amee Kamani (MP) defeated Chitra Magimaraj (KTK) 3-0 (88-03, 69-42, 70-35); Varsha S (TN) defeated Arantxa Sanchis (MAH) 3-2 (66-29, 25-67, 16-75, 56-12, 76-33).
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