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Who will be Keighley's champion snooker player?
3:41pm Thursday 6th September 2012 in Sport
The semi-finals and final of the Keighley Snooker Championship take place on Sunday at Pilky’s Cue Sports Club & Bar.
There are some cracking matches in prospect, with all four players desperate to win the £200 first prize and trophy.
The opening match of the day starts at 2pm between John Driver and Stefan Risidi in a clash which will be difficult to predict.
Driver, the 2006 champion, has had without doubt the toughest draw so far, having defeated Sean Lomax, pre-tournament favourite Dylan Mitchell and 2007 champion Arfan Dad.
Risidi, on the other hand, has had a relatively easy passage, only dropping one frame in reaching the semi-final. He has scored the highest breaks of the event so far with 82 and 78.
Still chasing his first Keighley title, he is full of confidence after recently scoring a 147 break in practice.
This match is followed by the second semi-final at 4pm. It promises to be an equally enthralling game between 2000 champion Paul Burrow and another player chasing his first title, James Marshall.
Burrow is coming off the back of a great win after defeating defending champion Martin Chapman in the last round.
Marshall will also be confident after a convincing 3-0 victory over three-time champion Stephen Bell.
This will be a match of contrasting styles. Burrows is a natural, flowing type, while Marshall has a methodical approach, coupled with an excellent safety game.
Both players are capable of scoring high breaks and, again, it is difficult to predict the outcome.
The final will start at 7.30pm and will be immediately followed by the presentation. World No 78 professional snooker player Simon Bedford will make the presentation. Admission is free for all matches.