Al-Ghamdi, player of the Saudi billiards team, wins the third gold at the end of the Arab championship

Today, Saudi pool player Khaled Al-Ghamdi won the gold medal in nine-ball pool competitions for the junior level in the Arab Billiards and Snooker Championship, which is currently taking place in Dubai with the participation of 14 Arab teams, after winning the final with a score (9/4) on the Bahrain Haider Maroum competition. .

This is the third gold medal that Al-Ghamdi has won in the tournament, having been crowned last Saturday in the eight-ball individual gold for youngsters, and last Monday he was crowned with gold in the ten-ball competition.

In the same tournament, the Saudi billiards team won the bronze medal in the nine men’s doubles matches, and the Saudi duo were represented by Abdul Rahman Al-Ammar and Muhannad Al-Ghamiz, bringing the number of medals for the Saudi team to seven medals in the last days of the tournament, three gold and four bronze medals.

For his part, the President of the Saudi Billiards and Snooker Federation, Dr. Nasser Al-Shammari, expressed his happiness for the medals obtained by the players in the tournament and said: “What has been achieved has come with the grace of God and then because of the support, attention and indications that sports federations find from His Royal Highness Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, Minister of Sport and President of the Saudi Olympic Committee and his deputy, Prince Fahd bin Jalawi, they are always the basis of any success for Saudi sport. “

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