Former world champion Ken Doherty has been knocked out of the World Championship in qualifying with a 6-4 defeat to Lee Walker.
The 51-year-old, who won his sole world title back in 1997, took a 4-1 lead against the world number 122 but Walker fought back with five frames on the spin, including back-to-back breaks of 59 and 51 in frames seven and eight.
Walker held a 5-4 lead before they continued in evening session when the Welshman finished off the final frame to secure his place in the next round.
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Rebecca Kenna - one of two women granted a place in qualifying for the World Snooker Championship.- lost 6-4 to Brandon Sargeant.
It was neck-and-neck throughout in a cagey clash, with Sargeant producing a frame of quality with a break of 88 to ensure the first six frames were evenly split.
But Kenna came up just short and was not able to progress further in qualifying.
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TUESDAY'S RESULTS *
Ken Doherty  4-6 Lee Walker 
Rod Lawler  6-1 Alex Borg 
Jamie Clarke  6-4 Iulian Boiko 
Si Jiahui  6-1 Hamim Hussain (a)
Igor Figueiredo  6-0 Farakh Ajaib 
Rory McLeod  6-5 Brian Ochoiski (a)
Ashley Carty  6-4 Michael White (a)
Peter Lines  6-5 Mark Lloyd (a)
Brandon Sargeant  6-4 Rebecca Kenna (af)
Allan Taylor  4-6 Bai Langning 
Duane Jones  6-5 Hayden Staniland (a)
Steven Hallworth  6-2 Dean Young (a)
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