The English player Aidan Owens got the moments of joyous after registering one of the biggest win against tournament favourite and multiple time World Champion Darren Morgan of Wales in the 2016 IBSF World Masters Snooker Championship here at Doha, Qatar
Aidan faced some good top breaks of 43, 56 and 69 and was down 1-3 but he did not lose his hope and countered the strong challenge well in rest of the frames to set the decider.
The decider was not again that easy as he was down by nearly 40 points. He recovered well with a break of 43 and later the played the shots to seal the match and confirm medal.
After the match, he spoke to IBSF and hear what he said:
The fourth day of the competition starts up with two high breaks and this time both the breaks came from the masters category.