David Grace won the second Challenge Tour event of the 2018/19 season.

David Grace won the second Challenge Tour event of the 2018/19 season, beating Mitchell Mann 3-0 in the final in Preston.


Round one
Sean Maddocks 3-0 Kuldesh Johal
Sydney Wilson 3-1 Daniel Gorton
Jackson Page 3-1 Brandon Hall
Adam Edge 3-1 Heikki Niva
Peter Devlin 1-3 Ben Hancorn
Brandon Sargeant 3-2 Leo Fernandez
Luke Simmonds 3-1 Jamie McArdle
Mitchell Mann 3-0 Gary Challis
Daniel Womersley 3-1 Barry Pinches
Adam Duffy 3-2 John Whitty
Andrew Smith 3-0 William Lemons
Charlie Walters 3-0 Lewis Ullah
John Pritchett 3-1 Lucky Vatnani
Jeff Cundy 3-1 Felix Frede
Jamie Curtis-Barrett 3-2 Oliver Brown
Clayton Humphries 3-2 Callum Lloyd
Fraser Patrick 3-0 John Foster
Joshua Cooper 3-1 Jake Nicholson
Steven Hallworth 3-0 David Craggs
Dylan Emery 3-0 Shane Castle
Phil O’Kane 3-0 Joshua Thomond
Saqib Nasir 3-1 Brian Ochoiski
Luke Pinches 3-2 Patrick Whelan
Reanne Evans 3-2 Matthew Couch
Joel Walker 3-0 Matthew Day
Louis Heathcote 3-0 Lee Shanker
James Cahill 3-1 Jack Bradford
Andreas Ploner 3-1 Anthony Jeffers
Simon Bedford 3-1 Alex Taubman
Kevin van Hove 3-1 Ryan Davies
David Grace 3-2 Jamie O’Neill

Round two
Sean Maddocks 3-0 Adam Duffy
Sydney Wilson 3-0 Adam Edge
Brandon Sargeant 3-1 Jackson Page
Mitchell Mann 3-0 Daniel Womersley
John Pritchett 3-0 Andrew Smith
Charlie Walters 3-0 Fraser Patrick
Clayton Humphries 3-2 Jeff Cundy
Luke Pinches 3-0 Rodion Judin
Luke Simmonds 3-2 Ben Hancorn
Jamie Curtis-Barrett 3-1 Joshua Cooper
James Cahill 3-0 Kevin van Hove
Louis Heathcote 3-0 Joel Walker
David Grace 3-0 Simon Bedford
Steven Hallworth 3-2 Reanne Evans
Saqib Nasir 3-2 Dylan Emery
Phil O’Kane 3-2 Andreas Ploner

Round three
Pinches 3-0 Walters
Cahill 3-0 Heathcote
Sargeant 3-0 Wilson
Humphries 3-0 Curtis-Barrett
Mann 3-0 Pritchett
Simmonds 3-1 Maddocks
Hallworth 3-2 Nasir
Grace 3-1 Kane

Sargeant 3-0 Simmonds
Grace 3-0 Cahill
Hallworth 3-1 Pinches
Mann 3-1 Humphries

Mann 3-2 Sargeant
Grace 3-2 Hallworth

Grace 3-0 Mann 

Source- World Snooker

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