James Cahill will turn into the main ever beginner to effortlessness the Crucible after he crushed Michael Judge 10-6 at Betfred World Championship qualifying in Sheffield. 

With the two players contending as novices this week, the noteworthy Crucible initially was ensured paying little respect to the outcome. 

Cahill went through four years as an expert on the visit, before dropping off in 2017. Nonetheless, exhibitions as a Q School top up this term have seen him gain a visit card for next season when he will recover his expert status. 

The Blackpool potter has just featured his huge match courage with two monsters executing UK Championship wins. In 2014 he got through the last casing decider to beat Ding Junhui 6-5 amid a hurried to the last 16. Prior this season he brought down the then world number one Mark Selby 6-3 in the opening round. 

Judge's exceptional run arrives at an end, however, he has the encouragement of £15,000 of prize cash for achieving this stage. The Irishman, who burned through 19 seasons as an expert before dropping off the visit in 2011, just discovered last Monday he would play in this occasion after Zhang Jiankang hauled out. He proceeded to record two post-midnight 10-9 triumphs against Peter Lines and Xiao Guodong. 

Cahill looked made this evening in the Judgment Day weight cooker. From 8-6 up, he hinted at no end goal nerves, terminating in breaks of 64 and 60 to push his way over the line. 

"This is the best buzz I've at any point had to play snooker. I don't think it has very soaked in yet, yet I recognize what I've accomplished and it is something unique," said 23-year-old Cahill. "I've demonstrated a great deal of character and container this week. There was significantly more in question than simply fitting the bill for the Crucible. I've needed to attempt and get my visit card for the following couple of years, which I've done. The way that it is my first time qualifying also included additional weight, I made two great 60 breaks to get over the line. 

"To be the primary novice at the Crucible isn't something I'm glad for as I consider myself to be an expert. It is a record however and I am cheerful to break records on the off chance that I can. It is pleasant just to get past this year and now ideally it will presently get simpler for the remainder of my vocation and in the end, I can get into the world's main 16 and won't need to qualify."