Trump dumped out by Carter
Judd Trump is out of the World Snooker Championship after he surprisingly lost 13-12 to Ali Carter at the Crucible.
Trump, was leading 9-7 when the last-16 match resumed on Monday, but last year's beaten finalist let that slip and eventually was narrowly beaten in Sheffield. Trump did edge to within a frame of victory at 12-9 but world number 17 Carter won the next three frames to set up a decider at 12-12. He then claimed a scrappy final frame to win 13-12 and take his place in the last eight. "I'm delighted to get through," Carter told BBC Sport after his unlikely victory. "All credit to Judd. He pots them from everywhere, but there's more to this game than potting balls from everywhere as I've shown today." In Monday's other match, two-time Crucible runner-up Matthew Stevens also went through after a 13-11 win over Barry Hawkins. Carter will now play either Jamie Jones or Andrew Higginson in the last eight, while Stevens will face Ryan Day after the Welshman beat Cao Yupeng.