Snooker Shoot-Out 2017: Updated Scores, Draw and Schedule After Thursday Results

Rob BlanchetteFeatured ColumnistFebruary 23, 2017

LONDON, ENGLAND - JANUARY 10:  Jimmy White of England lines up a shot during his game against Mark King of England in the PokerStars.com Masters Snooker tournament at Wembley Arena on January 10, 2010 in London, England.  (Photo by John Gichigi/Getty Images)
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Legend Jimmy White progressed from the first round of the 2017 Coral Snooker Shoot-Out, as the veteran beat Louis Heathcote in the one-frame ranking event at the Watford Colosseum in England.

The Whirlwind made a break of 58 to sweep his opponent aside in his opening match.

A total of 64 matches were scheduled for the first round of the tournament, with 128 participants taking their place in the televised event.

Barry Hawkins defeated Hatem Yassen to join White in the second round, but there was a surprise as Mark Joyce eliminated Joe Perry.

Here are the full first-round results from Thursday's quick-fire schedule:

Snooker Shoot-Out 2017: Thursday Results
Player 1ScorePlayer 2
Duane Jones0-1Akani Songsermsawad
Zhou Yuelong0-1Jack Lisowski
Sanderson Lam0-1Bradley Jones
Liam Highfield1-0Oliver Brown
Ian Burns0-1Daniel Wells
Nigel Bond1-0Mark Allen
Igor Figueiredo0-1John J Astley
James Cahill1-0Robbie Williams
Mark Joyce1-0Joe Perry
Alex Borg0-1Thepchaiya Un-Nooh
Anthony McGill1-0Oliver LInes
Michael White1-0Alan McManus
Liang WenboTBDMatthew Stevens
Craig Steadman0-1Jak Jones
Boonyarit Keattikun0-1Steven Hallworth
Darryl Hill1-0Kurt Maflin
Kyren WilsonTBDDavid Grace
Fergal O'BrienTBDRyan Day
Scott Donaldson1-0Thor Chuan Leong
Cao Yupeng1-0Marc J Davis
Sean O'Sullivan0-1Dominic Dale
Michael Holt1-0Joshua Thomond
David John1-0Charlie Walters
Michael Collumb0-1Joe Swail
Eden Sharav1-0Gareth Allen
Zhang AndaTBDShaun Murphy
Aditya MehtaTBDKen Doherty
Michael Wild0-1Daniel Womersley
Jamie Curtis-Barrett1-0Sam Baird
Lee WalkerTBDLuca Brecel
Sam Craigie1-0Mike Dunn
Adam Stefanow0-1Fang Xiongman
Josh Boileau0-1Zhang Yong
Sydney Wilson0-1Andy Hicks
Rod Lawler0-1Xiao Guodong
Dechawat Poomjaeng0-1Fraser Patrick
Mei Xi Wen0-1Robin Hull
Chris Wakelin1-0Tom Ford
Itaro Santos0-1Chen Zhe
Yan Bingtao0-1Hossein Vafaei Ayouri
Andrew HigginsonTBDIan Preece
Rhys ClarkTBDRory McLeod
Graeme Dott1-0Mitchell Mann
Louis Heathcote0-1Jimmy White
Matthew Selt0-1Jason Weston
Zak SuretyTBDRobert Milkins
Ross MuirTBDMartin O'Donnell
Kurt DunhamTBDStuart Carrington
Jamie JonesTBDMark Williams
Alfie BurdenTBDBen Woollaston
David GilbertTBDWang Yuchen
Hatem Yassen0-1Barry Hawkins
Hamza AkbarTBDStuart Bingham
Tian PengfeiTBDPeter Lines
Jimmy RobertsonTBDElliot Slessor
Allan TaylorTBDChristopher Keogan
Noppon SaengkhamTBDMartin Gould
Jamie CopeTBDMichael Georgiou
Mark King1-0Adam Duffy
Zhao Xintong1-0Mark Davis
Ashley HugillTBDPaul S Davison
Li HangTBDBrandon Sargeant
Hammad MiahTBDRicky Walden
Gary WilsonTBDAnthony Hamilton
WorldSnookerData.com

 

Thursday Recap 

The Whirlwind was the darling of the watching crowd in Watford—as White claimed a spot in the next round.

The fan favourite proved he still has gas in the tank as he collected the single-frame victory over Heathcote.

White prevailed 78-1, keeping his opponent routed to his corner during a fine display from the 54-year-old, who has impressed at recent events.

The player took to social media to express his delight after the match:

Hawkins edged a close match with Yassen, winning 37-4 to beat the clock. 

Perry's exit was one of the surprises of the day as he was defeated 61-41 in his single frame against Joyce.

Former world champion Graeme Dott put together the best break of the day in the final match of the night, sinking a wonderful effort of 96 to beat Mitchell Mann.

This is a tournament where any player can progress deep, allowing the individuals who reside lower in the rankings a chance of success. 

White reminded snooker fans he is the perfect candidate in a one-frame shoot-out, and he has a shot at the title.