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Robertson, Trump and Ding through, Allen out in Welsh Open third round

Robertson, Trump and Ding through, Allen out in Welsh Open third round

13/02/2020 at 17:23Updated 13/02/2020 at 20:41

Four-time champion Ronnie O'Sullivan booked his place in the Welsh Open fourth round with a 4-2 victory over Anthony Hamilton.

The Rocket was trailing 2-1 won against his fellow Englishman McGill before he hit an emphatic 118 in the fourth which then saw him cruise to victory.

The five-time world champion was in fine form as he hit the first ton of the day tournament on the way to the win.

Video - 'Fabulous!' - O'Sullivan notches first ton of Welsh Open

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Ding Junhui also emphatically sealed his place in the fourth round of the Welsh Open after beating Jimmy Robertson 4-2.

The number nine seed capped off the victory in style with a 116 and 110 in the final two frames to stylishly book his place in the next round.

And Neil Robertson rounded the afternoon off with a 4-3 win over Noppon Saengkham - finishing the seventh frame with a break of 86.

There was a shock earlier in the day, though, as Mark Allen was knocked out by Welshman Dominic Dale by a scoreline of 4-2.

There were also a comfortable win for Kyren Wilson who beat Martin O'Donnell 4-0, while Mark Selby also progressed by beating Andy Lee.