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Last Updated: Friday, 31 December, 2004, 10:47 GMT
Allen wins Dungannon event
Mark Allen added the world amateur crown to his European title
Mark Allen won the World Amateur title early in December
World Amateur snooker champion Mark Allen defeated Kieran McMahon 6-1 in the final of the Barry McNamee Memorial Trophy in Dungannon on Thursday night.

Allen, who defeated Joe Swail in the semi-final, led 2-0 after breaks of 93 and 75.

McMahon then knocked in a 57 break to peg back a frame but there was no stopping Allen.

Breaks of 48, 41, 110 and 81 secured the 1000 winner's cheque for the Antrim teenager.

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