The Meole Brace Open reaches its conclusion tomorrow with a top quality 32 aiming to win the Doug Marrs Trophy and a ticket to the Champion of Champions. Former winners Callum Wraight and Andrew Hughes know what it takes to win the trophy, with Callum facing Kevan Shaw while Andrew faces a tough test against Greg Smith, who will be eager to win this for the first time. The winner of that game will face just a tough a test next round with another former winner Graeme Wilson playing Tom Palmer. Champion of Champion Mike Beer takes on a fellow local player in Len Lewis, while former Isle of Man winner Leighton Roberts plays Kevin Handley. There are a couple more all Shropshire clashes with Rob Fuller playing Mike Dulson and fellow young guns Sam Millward and Ash Wellings taking each other on. There are more young guns with Ryan Walters, who caused a couple of shocks when qualifying, playing James Martin and Jack Whitehead facing fellow Warwick and Worcester player James Seville. Gareth Coates won the Reg Miller Open last week and plays reigning All England Champion Darren Plenderleith in a cracking looking tie, while former Champion of Champion John Bailey plays Danny Barwise in another quality clash, and Aaron Tapper faces Carl Fielding in an all Midlands clash. Glyn Herbert doesn’t enter too many competitions but got through to face Adam Jackson first game. At the top of the draw Jamie Bramley takes on Glyn Storer and Mark Taylor plays Craig Gant, while Keith Hatzer plays Andy Thornton in an all Northern clash.