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Coors Meole Brace Open Finals Preview

There is a quality final 32 for the Coors Meole Brace Open today as the second Champion of Champions ticket is up for grabs. The player who took the first one last week at St Georges is back to win a second title within a week. Ryan Prosser takes on Geraint Booth, but local favourite Callum Wraight is favourite, and plays Dave Rhodes first up. Colin Beaman is a former home player and takes on John Jones first game, with the winners playing Gareth Hughes or John Dewey. Clay Flattley has reached the final before and takes on Paul Evans, while Josh Mordue reached the Semi Finals of this in 2017 and takes on Keith Williamson. Kevan Shaw is a former Spring Waterloo winner and plays Gary Whitehall first game, while former Midland Masters winner Gary Owen takes on Wayne Usher. Nathan Dawes against Sam Millward promises to be a close game. Andy Thornton makes the long trip down from Cumbria and plays Daniel Nixon first round. Gareth Coates against Craig Gant promises to be a good game, while Craig’s Yorkshire team mate James Martin is against Steve Bodley. Former All England winner Tom Vickers takes on local player Adam Jones, with Rich Goddard a former big competition winner and plays Matthew Allen. Martin Gaut plays Lee Woodfield and Mark Shore takes on Lewis Belcher.

Full draw and odds are here.

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