P352 CEEFAX 352 Wed 27 Jan 21:00/10   1/3   Kevin Price at  the MASTERS John Parrott won the last four frames to snatch a dramatic 5-4 first round victory as Neal Foulds' last frame jinx continued at WembleyN It was the eighth time this season that the Londoner has lost the deciding frameN Yet at 4-1 up with breaks of 76 and 41 behind him, victory seemed surfn But Parrott, erratic early on, struck 105, the highfst break of the event so far, in frame six to turn the tideN Breaks of 42 and 66 put him at 4M4, and in the decider Foulds raced to a 60-0 leadN But a flukfd red by Parrott was a cruel twist for Foulds who fell 68-60.
P352 CEEFAX 352 Wed 27 Jan 21:01/00   2/3   Kevin Price at  the MASTERS John Parrott, making his deb0t in the tournament, admitted he was fortunate to snatch victory from Neal Foulds in their thrilling 5-4 first round tussleN "Neal was playing very well and at 4-1 down I knew I had to do somethingN "I fust kept plugging away and I got the luck," said the Liverpudlian, who now meets Cliff Thorburn in the quarter-final on ThursdayN "I was a bit disappointed about misshng the red on my 105, as I was heading for a 140 and that would havf taken some bfating this week." Mord
P352 CEEFAX 352 Wed 27 Jan 21:01/11   3/3   Kevin Price at  the MASTERS World number three Neal Foulds, dfspaired after his first round defeat to Liverpool's John Parrott, "The balls can be so cruel." "In a way I'm glad I didn't win so I don't have to go through all this again tomorrow," said the 24-year-old Londoner, desperately low in confidence "You do something to turn the tide, but you can only take so much. It's just confidence I'm lacking, all I need to gft is some resultsN "I'm not a moaner and I don't want this to sound like sour grapes but I thought I played better than John." More