2006 IBSF World Snooker Championship

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The 2006 IBSF World Snooker Championship was an amateur snooker event, sanctioned by the International Billiards and Snooker Federation, held at the Amman Olympics Sports Centre in Amman, Jordan from November 5-November 15, 2006.

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

A total of 32 players qualified for finishing in the top 4 positions in eight groups. They were drawn into a 32 player knock-out bracket to decide the winner.

Round of 32   Round of 16   Quarter finals   Semi finals   Final
                                   
 England Craig Steadman 5  
 Hong Kong Au Chi-wai 1      England Craig Steadman 5  
 Australia Aaron Mahoney 2    China Liu Chuang 4  
 China Liu Chuang 5        England Craig Steadman 3  
 India Manan Chandra 5        India Manan Chandra 6  
 New Zealand Chris McBreen 2      India Manan Chandra 5
 Wales Andrew Pagett 5    Wales Andrew Pagett 3  
 Republic of Ireland John Connors 3        India Manan Chandra 7  
 Belgium Bjorn Haneveer 1        England Daniel Ward 8  
 Hong Kong Fung Kwok Wai 5      Hong Kong Fung Kwok Wai 5  
 Singapore Keith Boon 4    Australia Steve Mifsud 3  
 Australia Steve Mifsud 5        Hong Kong Fung Kwok Wai 3
 Netherlands Gerrit bij de Leij 2        England Daniel Ward 6  
 England Daniel Ward 5      England Daniel Ward 5
 India Pankaj Advani 5    India Pankaj Advani 3  
 Thailand Phaitoon Phonbun 1        England Daniel Ward 8
 Norway Kurt Maflin 5        Norway Kurt Maflin 11
 Germany L. Munstermann 2      Norway Kurt Maflin 5  
 England Martin O'Donnell 5    England Martin O'Donnell 1  
 Australia James Mifsud 0        Norway Kurt Maflin 6  
 Wales Philip Williams 5        Wales Philip Williams 3  
 South Africa Mutaliep Allie 2      Wales Philip Williams 5
 Thailand Supoj Saenla 5    Thailand Supoj Saenla 1  
 Republic of Ireland B. O'Donaghue 4        Norway Kurt Maflin 8
 China Yuan Li 3        Thailand Atthasit Mahitthi 4  
 Egypt Wael Talaat 5      Egypt Wael Talaat 4  
 Pakistan Naveen Perwani 5    Pakistan Naveen Perwani 5  
 United Arab Emirates Mohammed Al Joker 1        Pakistan Naveen Perwani 5
 Poland Rafal Jewtuch 2        Thailand Atthasit Mahitthi 6  
 Netherlands Stefan Mazrocis 5      Netherlands Stefan Mazrocis 3
 Thailand Atthasit Mahitthi 5    Thailand Atthasit Mahitthi 5  
 Chinese Taipei Lee Po-hsien 1  

Women[edit]

A total of 8 players qualified for finishing in the top 4 positions in two groups. They were drawn into an 8 player knock-out bracket to decide the winner.

Semi finals   Final   Final
                   
 Belgium Wendy Jans 4  
 Norway Anita Rizzuti 1      Belgium Wendy Jans 4  
 France Angelique Vialard 0    New Zealand Ramona Belmont 0  
 New Zealand Ramona Belmont 4        Belgium Wendy Jans 5
 India Anuja Thakur 4        Hong Kong In Wan-ip 0
 Australia Kathy Parashis 1      India Anuja Thakur 2
 Hong Kong In Wan-ip 4    Hong Kong In Wan-ip 4  
 Poland Hanna Mergies 3  

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