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Indian teams continue their winning march

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Bangalore, Aug 24 (UNI) The Indian cuiests, who have already ensured their knockout berths, continued with their winning form with India-A registering an impressive 9-0 win over USA-B in the group stages of the IBSF World snooker Team Championship being played at San Jose in United States.

In the matches played yesterday, India-A defeated USA-B 9-0, India-B overcame USA-C 7-2 and India Seniors won over Australia by the same margin, according to the Karnataka State Billiards Association (KSBA) source here today.

Pankaj Advani, Manan Chandra and Yasin Merchant of India-A, after their reversal against England yesterday, scored a thumping win over USA-B without dropping a frame.

The seniors's quarterfinals and Men's semifinal matches would begin today.

India-A have won four out of their five outings in the seven team Group A. India-B, with Rafat Habib, Siddhartha Rao and Aditya Mehta in its ranks, remained on top of Group B with a blemishless 5-0 record with just one match to go. Seniors, lead by Geet Sethi, have so far proved unbeateable with a 4-0 record in the six team round robin.

Results: Group-A: India-A bt USA-B 9-0; England bt Hong Kong-C 6-3; Sweeden bt Isle of Man 8-1.

Group B: India-B bt USA-C 7-2; Australia bt South Africa 5-4; Scotland bt Japan 7-2.

Seniors: India bt Australia 7-2; Canada bt Scotland 7-2.

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