cueist

cueist

(ˈkjuːɪst)
n
(Billiards & Snooker) a person skilled in cue sports; a snooker, billiards, or pool player
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The young cueist, who belonged to Sumunduri, Punjab, fought a grim battle against Sindh's Sultan Mohammad before emerging 5-4 victorious in the only quarter-final that went to full distance.
Summary: Bengaluru [Karnataka], Jan 26 (ANI): Ace cueist Pankaj Advani, who was conferred the Padma Bhushan on the occasion of the 69th Republic Day of India, has said that the third-highest civilian award is a recognition for the snooker and billiards fraternity.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian cueist Mohammad Ali Pordel gained a bronze medal at Lebanon 9 Ball International Open Championship after beating players from Lebanon, Egypt and the United Kingdom at the international tournament.
Essex cueist King was less than fluent in dispatching Cao Yupeng, pinching a few scrappy frames, and he looks out of his depth against an in-form Murphy.
After winning the opening frame 84-1, the UAE cueist struggled as the Filipino took the next three frames 71-42, 59-6 and 53-40.
KABUL (PAN): Afghan star cueist Raees Khan Senzai is out of the World Snooker Championship after he was defeated by Thailand's Noppan Saengkam in the quarterfinal.
Short in stature and dressed nattily, the unfancied Myanamar cueist was fast in walking away with first frame at a 100-33.
11 -- Pakistan's fast rising cueist Muhammad Sajjad said on Tuesday that he was targeting Asian Games for gold in Ghangzhou (China) in November.
ISLAMABAD, July 23 -- Star cueist Muhammad Sajjad's outing ended in the last 32 round of Sangsom 6-Red World Snooker Championship in Bangkok (Thailand) when he was hammered 1-6 by Dave Harold of England on Thursday.
The Rutherglen cueist is now guaranteed pounds 16,500 and a best-of-11 clash with British Open champion Peter Ebdon who beat Alan McManus 5-2.
Ahsan Javaid, the 11th seed cueist from Punjab, shocked sixth seed Zulfiqar Qadir 4-2 to emerge group F champion.
Summary: Bengaluru [India], December 02 (ANI): India's ace cueist Pankaj Advani, who has won two world titles for the country in a month, said on Saturday that he was experiencing the best phase of his sporting career.