Snooker World Cup: Wales lose 4-1 to China A in quarter-finals
The Wales team of Ryan Day and Mark Williams are out of the 2017 Snooker World Cup after losing to China A in the quarter-finals in Wuxi, China.
The host team of Ding Junhui and Liang Wenbo won the first three frames, before Wales rallied.
But China A then clinched the deciding fifth fame in the best-of-seven match.
Wales had finished top of Group A with four wins and one defeat - including a 4-1 success over defending champions China B.
Wales' other pool wins were over Finland, Norway and Malaysia, while they lost 3-2 to Brazil after already clinching a quarter-final spot.
The World Cup format sees 24 teams competing for the biggest prize in pairs snooker and the top two teams in the four groups advanced to the quarter-finals.