It’s been a turbulent few weeks in snooker, sport, and society as a whole, but in the midst of it all there has actually been a champion to be celebrated in the last couple of days.
Tag: European Championship
The main news this week has been the postponement of the Tour Championship at the Venue Cymru in Wales.
Kacper Filipiak won the 2019 European Snooker Championship after a dramatic 5-4 victory over David Lilley in Israel on Saturday.
Ireland’s Greg Casey has reached the EBSA European Championship semi-finals after a dramatic 4-3 victory over Florian Nüßle in Israel.
The 2019 EBSA European Championships get under way this weekend at the U Magic Palace Hotel in Eilat, the southernmost city in Israel.
Harvey Chandler has won the EBSA European Championship in Bulgaria after a 7-2 victory over Jordan Brown on Friday. The Englishman prevailed in a low-scoring showdown to claim the prestigious amateur title in Sofia. With the success, Chandler will gain an invitation to compete on the professional Main Tour. The[Read More…]
Brendan O’Donoghue is into the quarter-finals of the EBSA European Championship after a 5-2 victory over Andrew Pagett in Sofia on Thursday. The reigning Irish national champion didn’t compile any high breaks of note but took advantage of winning a few tight frames to see off the Welshman and advance[Read More…]
Ireland fell just short of the champion’s podium as a festival of European amateur snooker came to a conclusion in Albania on Sunday. Michael Judge had already finished runner-up to Darren Morgan in the European Open last week, and was part of the Irish pairing which were beaten in the[Read More…]
Scotland’s Chris Totten has won the European Amateur Championship after a 7-3 victory over Andres Petrov on Sunday. The 18 year-old was a surprise package but emerged to take the prestigious title ahead of several more esteemed competitors. Totten found himself 3-2 down to Estonia’s Petrov, who also reached the[Read More…]