Mark Williams taking a tough shot from the bottom cushion during the latter stages.
Matthew Stevens concentrating hard on a vital shot during the Final.
Mark wonders if he's just made a fatal error to leave Matthew in.
The shot that could have cost Mark Williams the title. Being angled on the pink put him 13-7 down and in an almost impossible position in the match. But, as he did against Higgins, he came back to win.
Matthew Stevens contemplates, while referee John Newton, retiring after this final honour, looks on.
1979 World Champion Terry Griffiths watches from the audience what he described as Welsh snooker's finest hour.
Matthew Stevens fears the worst during the final frame, won by Mark Williams to take the title 18-16.
A delighted Williams manager, Ian Doyle, hugs his smiling champion after the match is over.
Reach for the stars, as Mark Williams holds aloft his trophy and champagne.
A delighted Mark poses for the inevitable winner's photos after the match. He is the first left-hander to win the World Championship.
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