Third session of the day saw two huge breaks in Boys category of 2017 IBSF World Under-21 Snooker.
Israeli player Amir Nardeia crafted break of 133 against Amedeo Durnez from Belgium. Amir was down one frame when took control with a break of 66 to level and then the massive 133 to rise ahead. Though Amedeo pulled back fifth frame but Amir crafted another break of 60 points to settle the score 4-2 in his favour.
On other side, Hong Kong player Yun Fung Tam also contributed with another massive break of 131 points. He was playing against Ryan King of New Zealand and crafted this break in the last frame to close the proceedings 4-1.