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Centeno bags first WPA 10-Ball crown

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Chezka Centeno bagged her first Predator WPA 10-Ball Women’s Championship crown after beating China’s Yu Han, 9-5, in the final in Klagenfurt, Austria Sunday evening (Manila time).

Centeno, 24, became the second Filipina cue artist to win the title since Rubelin Amit, who ruled the tournament twice in 2009 and 2013.

She is also the tournament’s youngest champion at 24 years old, sharing the honor with Austrian pool player Jasmin Oushan

Centeno is slated to take home a prize pot of $50,000 or around P 2.8 million.

“I’m so happy because it’s my dream to become a world champion,” Centeno said.

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