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Q Tour Play Off

Tour: Q Tour; Date: 4-5 Mar 2023; Venue: Q House Academy, Darlington, England; Type: Q; Defending champion: Julien Leclercq; Twitter: #QTour; Notes: See also results (15)
Final
(Winner: £2,500; Runner-up: £1,200)
England Ashley Carty (a) [12] 5-2 Austria Florian Nüßle (a)   Details 

98-21 (71), 69-41, 105-0 (55), 57-73 (AC 57)
93-28, 61-74, 80-19 (58)

Carty earns a spot on the World Snooker Tour for 2023/2024 and 2024/2025.

Semifinals
(Losers receive £750)
England Ashley Carty (a) [12] 4-2 Scotland Ross Muir (a) [1] Head to head Details 

6-63, 0-94 (94), 94-0 (94), 66-27
67-46, 70-35

Austria Florian Nüßle (a) 4-1 England Steven Hallworth (a) [14]   Details 

38-84 (64), 81-0 (81), 65-15 (56), 69-0 (59), 60-13

Quarterfinals
(Losers receive £550)
Scotland Ross Muir (a) [1] 4-1 England Harvey Chandler (a) [9]   Details 
England Ashley Carty (a) [12] 4-1 England Hamim Hussain (a) [13]   Details 
England Steven Hallworth (a) [14] 4-1 England Sydney Wilson (a) [11] Head to head Details 
Austria Florian Nüßle (a) 4-3 Wales Liam Davies (a) [7] Head to head Details 
Round 1
(Last 16; Losers receive £0)
1 Scotland Ross Muir (a) [1] 4-2 England Peter Devlin (a) [16] Head to head Details 

Muir's 125 in frame 3 was the highest break of the event.

2 England Harvey Chandler (a) [9] 4-2 England Andrew Higginson (a) [8] Head to head Details 
3 England Ashley Carty (a) [12] 4-3 Pakistan Farakh Ajaib (a) [5] Head to head Details 

Carty was 3-0 down

4 England Hamim Hussain (a) [13] 4-3 England George Pragnell (a) [4] Head to head Details 
5 England Steven Hallworth (a) [14] 4-1 England Billy Castle (a) [3]   Details 
6 England Sydney Wilson (a) [11] 4-2 Jamaica Rory McLeod (a) [6] Head to head Details 
7 Wales Liam Davies (a) [7] w/o Israel Eden Sharav (a) [10]   Details 
8 Austria Florian Nüßle (a) 4-0 England Joshua Thomond (a) [15]   Details 

N´┐Żßle replaced Daniel Wells because of illness