Dhvaj Haria beat Lukas Kleckers 4 - 1, that's the first frame Haria has dropped.
Group results so far:
(Winner to Last 32, 2nd an 3rd to last 48)
A Hossein Vafaei Ayouri (Iran), Asutosh Padhy (India), Daniel Dempsey (Ireland)
B Dylan Craig (Scotland), Saad Sarukah (Iraq), Sahil Nayyar (India)
C Ishpreet Singh Chadha (India), Kurt Brown (Australia), Patryk Masłowski (Poland)
D Sam Thomas (Wales), Siyavosh Mozayani (Iran), Muhammad Haris Nadeem (Pakistan)
E Dhvaj Haria (India), Lukas Kleckers (Germany), Stephen Bateman (Ireland)
F Sam Harvey (England), Chan Ming-Tung (Hong Kong), Mohammad Reza Pishvari (Iran)
H Alireza Rezaei (Iran), Lee Mein (Scotland), Karol Lelek (Poland)
K Hamza Akbar (Pakistan), David Cassidy (Ireland), Adem Gerwash (Libya)
L Boonyarit Keattikun (Thailand), Abdullah Al-Faylee (Iraq), Chang Yu-Kiu (Hong Kong)
P Sittichai Chiewchan (Thailand), Charlie Chafe (Australia), Amin Sanjaei (Iran)
Q Chén Zĭfán (China), Ryan Thomerson (Australia), Tam Yun Fung (Hong Kong)
All the Hong Kong players names are the wrong way round on the IBSF website.
Back in 2007, the South China Morning Post ran an article ('Little Big Shots') on the young players that were taking up the sport - including the then nine year old Chan Ming-Tung and the seven year old Chang Yu-Kiu (brilliant given name for a snooker player!). In 2013 Chang Yu-Kiu became Hong Kong Under 17 Champion, Chan Ming-Tung was '2nd runner up' (i.e. 3rd!) Roll forward to 2014, and they play tomorrow in Last 48 matches in the World Under 21 Championship. The article - http://www.scmp.com/article/616810/little-big-shots