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Morgan sets sights on return to Crucible.

Darren Morgan is one match away from the Embassy World Snooker Championships finals at The Crucible this year. The Fleur-de-Lys 38-year-old has turned the clock back in the last couple of months to the days when he was a member of snooker's elite top 16 ranking list order.

Now, after winning three matches at Prestatyn, North Wales, he has last year's quarter-finalist Anthony Hamilton to beat tonight.

Cardiff's Paul Davies is also aiming to reach the Crucible as he takes on Kent's Gerard Greene.

Old Penarth resident Dominic Dale, now based in Neath, faces Cornwall's 1995 world semi-finalist Andy Hicks, but Ryan Day bowed out last night, losing 10-5 to Stephen Maguire.
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Publication:South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Mar 24, 2005
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