Players Championship: Ronnie O'Sullivan beats Judd Trump to reach final

Ronnie O'Sullivan
Trump beat O'Sullivan last year en route to winning the tournament

Ronnie O'Sullivan reached the Players Championship final by edging out defending champion Judd Trump in a final-frame decider.

Five-time world champion O'Sullivan fell 2-0 behind in Llandudno, but won the next three in a row to edge ahead.

The lead changed hands again before the 42-year-old edged home in the decider.

O'Sullivan, who will meet the winner of Saturday's semi-final between Shaun Murphy and Mark Williams in Sunday's final, said he was "pleased".

He told ITV Trump "could be unplayable if he tidied up a few small errors".

Murphy earlier came through a tight encounter with Anthony McGill.

The Englishman edged out his Scottish opponent 6-5.

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