Nuanthakhamjan (left) and Wongharuthai (right) did their nation proud.
Picture is courtesy of the IBSF
Women's Snooker - 2015 IBSF Girls World Under 21's Snooker Championship
17th-26th July 2015 / The Hotel Caro, Bucharest, Romania
NUANTHAKHAMJAN IS TOP GIRL
Siripaporn Nuanthakhamjan defeated fellow Thai youngster Nutcharat Wongharuthai to become the new IBSF Girls World Snooker Champion.
The 16 year olds both qualified top of their respective round robin groups with 100 percent records, each dropping only a frame in the process.
Come the quarter and semi finals it was a similar story, although Wongharuthai was made to work a bit harder in her last 4 clash with Bulgaria's Nikoleta Nikolova.
But it was Nuanthakhamjan who was the star of the show in the final with a relatively comfortable 5-2 win.
It is the second world title for the female from Chon Buri, after success at the 2014 IBSF Women's World 6 Red discipline in Egypt.
Wongharuthai made sensational headlines earlier in the event when she constructed a record breaking 124 break - the highest of the tournaments short history.
2015 IBSF Girls World Under 21's Snooker Championship
Results (from the Quarter-Final knockouts onwards)
Sirapaporn Nuanthakhamjan (Thailand) 4-0 Anastasija Singurindi (Russia)
Anastasiya Trunina (Belgium) 1-4 Varsha Sanjeev (India)
Nikoleta Nikolova (Bulgaria) 4-2 Yana Shut (Belarus)
Doyel Dey (India) 0-4 Nutcharat Wongharuthai (Thailand)
Nuanthakhamjan 4-0 Sanjeev
Nikolova 2-4 Wongharuthai
Nuanthakhamjan 5-2 Wongharuthai
Highest Break - Nutcharat Wongharuthai (124)
Written by Michael Day, published on 26th August 2015