Judd Trump eased into the last 32 of the British Open with a comprehensive 4-0 whitewash of Dean Young.
Former world champion Trump required a lengthy first frame to get the ball rolling, however, missing an easy pink early on to give his Scottish opponent something to play for.
Young was unable to capitalise however and Trump saw out the frame with a break of 52.
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The second frame was far more straightforward, although the world No. 2 missed out on a century after finishing on 84.
He did go on to hit three figures in the third, as a clearance of 100 pretty much ended the match as a contest.
Young attempted to rally in the fourth but after missing a simple black, Trump wrapped up the proceedings in style.
He now faces Xu Si in the next round after the Chinese player beat David Grace 4-2.
Elsewhere, Ding Junhui also breezed through to the third round with a 4-1 win over Joe Perry.
Ding made four 50+ breaks in the five-frame match, hinting at the fluency he found on the Marshall Arena baize.
A break of 73 landed him the first frame, and he backed that up with a 66 that gave him a 2-0 lead.
Perry nicked the third but Ding wrestled back control of the tie in the next, hitting an 84 and then sealing the match with a break of 50 in the final frame, where he potted arguably the shot of the match, a stunning long red.
In the afternoon's other matches, Yan Bingtao was another 4-0 winner as he swept aside Andy Lee.
Ronnie O'Sullivan's surprise conqueror Alexander Ursenbacher saw his British Open interest come to an end however as he was comfortably beaten 4-1 by Joe O'Connor.
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