Moody Wins WSF Junior Title To Earn Tour Card


England’s Stan Moody beat compatriot Liam Pullen 5-1 to win the 2023 WSF Junior Championship in Sydney, Australia. The victory earns him the biggest junior title in our sport and will see him earn a two-year World Snooker Tour card from the start of the 2023/24 season.

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Yorkshire’s 16-year-old Moody dominated the early stages of the final, taking a 4-0 lead as his opponent scored just 23 points in the first four frames. Pullen took frame five on the colours, but Moody soon wrapped up the title by taking the sixth frame with a break of 54, the highest of the match.

Moody will join the pro tour for the first time later this year and has a card for the 2023/24 and 2024/25 seasons. Last year he made headlines when he won a match in the BetVictor Shoot Out at the age of 15, and the talented teenager has won a string of titles on the junior scene.

Pullen, age 17 and also from Yorkshire, scored the highest break ever made in a WSF event, 143, during the quarter-finals, but was second best in the final.

The main WSF Championship runs from February 4-11.
Group Stage Draw
Knockout Draw (to follow)
Match Schedule
Player List

All group matches will be the best of 5 frames.
The top two players in each group will progress to the knockout rounds
All knockout rounds up to and including the semi-finals will be the best of 7 frames.
The final will be the best of 9 frames.

Moody Wins WSF Junior Title To Earn Tour Card World Snooker.

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