Wales’ Mark Williams is through to the third round of the Welsh Open after a 4-2 win over England’s Rod Lawlor.
Williams’ fellow Welshman Ryan Day is also through after a 4-2 win over England’s Mike Dunn.
Williams, 40, will play Norway’s Kurt Maflin, who beat Ireland’s Leo Fernandez 4-1.
Earlier, home hope Matthew Stevens beat England’s Martin O’Donnell 4-2, while Michael White beat Tom Ford 4-3.
However, Daniel Wells went down 4-1 to Hong Kong’s Marco Fu.
Two-time world champion Williams, Wales’ top-ranked player at 13th, was the last home winner back in 1999.
Meanwhile world number one Ronnie O’Sullivan defended opting for a 146 instead of 147 break in his opening-round win against Barry Pinches.