ACBS Asian Under-21 Snooker Championship


The ACBS Asian Under-21 Snooker Championship is the premier non-professional junior snooker tournament in Asia. The event series is sanctioned by the Asian Confederation of Billiard Sports and started from 1993.[1][2][3] In most of the seasons, the winner of the tournament qualifies for the next season of the Professional Snooker Tour.

Winners


[1][2][3]

Year Venue Winner Runner-up Score
1993 Pakistan Anan Terananon Farhan Mirza 8–6
1994 Brunei Phaitoon Phonbun Farhan Mirza 6–4
2001 Thailand Supoj Saenla Manan Chandra 6–0
2002 India Ding Junhui Pramual Janthad 6–2
2004 Malaysia Pramual Janthad Moh Keen Ho 6–4
2005 Thailand Moh Keen Ho Kobkit Palajin 6–3
2006 Iran Passakorn Suwannawat Kobkit Palajin 6–4
2007[4] Doha, Qatar Xiao Guodong Chinnakrit Yoawansiri 6–2
2008[5] Yangon, Myanmar Li Hang Li Yuan 6–1
2009[6] Pune, India Zhang Anda Noppon Saengkham 5–1
2010[7] Indore, India Liu Chuang Thanawat Thirapongpaiboon 6–5
2011[8] Kish, Iran Cao Yupeng Hossein Vafaei 7–3
2012[9] Goa, India Hossein Vafaei Zhang Anda 6–2
2013[10] Indore, India Noppon Saengkham Mohammad Majid Ali 6–5
2014[11] Chandigarh, India Thanawat Thirapongpaiboon Siyavosh Mozayani 6–1
2015[12][13] Beijing, China Sunny Akani Yuan Sijun 6–4
2016[14] Colombo, Sri Lanka Wang Yuchen Ratchayothin Yotharuck 6–5
2017[15] Chandigarh, India Yuan Sijun Fan Zhengyi 6–2
2018[16] Yangon, Myanmar Aung Phyo Haris Tahir 6–4
2019[17] Chandigarh, India Zhao Jianbo Cheung Ka Wai 6–3

See also


References


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