Mitchell Mann is the fourth winner of the new amateur Challenge Tour events as he follows in the footsteps of Brandon Sargeant, David Grace and Barry Pinches who won the previous three events.
Mann, 26, was a Crucible qualifier in 2017 and pipped Dylan Emery in the final in Furth 3 – 0 to boost his hopes of returning to the pro tour next season.
He was relegated from the tour at the end of last season – but hopes to bounce back this time.
The new Challenge Tour is a series of 10 events all staged around the globe, where amateurs compete to win prize money and the hope of a tour card at the end of it. Two are up for grabs.
Mann pocketed 2K from the event.
Next month, the Cueball Derby will host CT5.
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