SEA Games Billiards Tournament to start on 14 May

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Myanmar Snooker Player Aung Phyo.  PHOTO: Ko Zaw

Billiards Tournament for the 31st SEA Games will be launched on 14 May.
There will be ten events in the tournament featuring Billiard, Snooker, Pool and Carom.
The Myanmar Billiards Team will compete in only six events, with five players.
Myanmar Billiards Team will compete in Billiards Individual Tournament, Billiard Double Tournament, Snooker Individual Tournament, Snooker 6 Reds Tournament, Pool 9 Ball Men’s Individual Tournament, and Pool 10 Ball men’s singles event.
Pauk Sa, and Min Sithu Tun will represent the Myanmar Billiard Team while Aung Phyo, and Win Ko Ko will compete in the Snooker event.
Thaw Zin Htet will compete in the Pool Event.
Billiard Player Min Si Thu Tun and Pauk Sa will compete in both singles and doubles events. Aung Phyo and Win Ko Ko will compete in the Snooker 6 Reds Tournament.
Pool player Thaw Zin Htet will compete in Pool 9 Ball Men’s Individual Tournament, and Pool 10 Ball men’s singles.
The Myanmar Billiards Team won two gold, one silver and three bronze medals at the 2019 SEA Games. – Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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