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Kwan Poomjang
Thai snooker player

Kwan Poomjang

Kwan Poomjang
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Birth 2 January 1978
Age 45 years
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Suchakree "Kwan" Poomjang (born 2 January 1975) is a Thai former professional snooker player. He is the elder brother of fellow snooker player Dechawat Poomjaeng.


Poomjang was born in 1975, and began playing snooker at competitive level as a wildcard entry in several Thailand Masters and Thailand Open tournaments in the late 1990s. He turned professional in 2001.

Poomjang's first season on the tour went without any performances of note, but in his next, he reached the last 64 at the 2002 LG Cup - losing 2–5 to Robin Hull - and enjoyed the best finish of his career, a run to the last 32 at the 2002 UK Championship. There, he defeated Paul Davison 5–2, Wayne Brown 5–3, Stuart Pettman 5–0, Alfie Burden 5–3 and compatriot James Wattana 9–3 to set up a meeting with Graeme Dott. In their match, Poomjang led 3–0 and 8–7, but lost 8–9.

Having earned £21,950 in prize money, Poomjang was ranked 71st for the 2003/2004 season; however, he could not repeat the previous year's form, reaching only the last-80 stage at three ranking events. A 7–10 defeat to Irishman Gary Hardiman in the last 96 at the 2004 World Championship, and a rise in the rankings by two places to 69th, could not prevent Poomjang from losing his professional status at the end of the season, aged 29.

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