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02nd of September 2014

 

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2014 Champions


Teams

Mens A Team - England
Mens B Team - England
Mens C Team - Reunion Island
Ladies Team - England
Juniors - England
Under 21's - England
Seniors - England B

Individuals
Mens - Ben Flack (Eng)
Ladies - Emma Cunningham (N.I.)
Juniors - Jamie Gaffney (Ire)
Under 21's - Ryan Shaw (Ch.Isl)
Seniors - Keith Brewer (Eng)


The next International Event will be the Home Internationals, Aberdeen, Scotland.

 

2012 European Eightball Championships

 

2012 European Championships

 
 

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Latest Scores, Results & Tables Click link below (during the championships)

 
 

Team tables etc.

 
 

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Ladies

Under 21's

Juniors

Over 50's

 
 

Wheelchair

           
               
 

Team match scores

 
 

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Ladies

Under 21's

Juniors

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Individuals scores

 
 

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Wheelchair

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Schedules for the 2012 European Championships Team Events

 
 

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Juniors

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Over 50's

 
     
 

Draws for the 2012 European Championships Singles

 
 

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Wheelchair

 
     
 

NO EURO CRISIS IN DUBLIN

Economies may be in crisis across the continent but pool's stock couldn't be higher as the forthcoming European Championships are expected to prove.

In fact, this month's tournament at the Green Isle Hotel, Dublin (February 20-24) promises to be one of the largest ever staged.

More than 300 players will descend on the Irish capital, ensuring at least for a few days local businesses will benefit from a valuable injection of euro.

Indeed, with a total prize fund of 12,000 euro, some players will go home with more cash than they came.

Malta's Clayton Attard and Ulster born Emma Cunningham were first time winners in 2011 adding their names to illustrious rolls of honour.

Current WEPF world champion, Adam Davis, and former winners, Mick Hill, Darren Appleton and Jason Twist are past men's champions while Lisa Quick and Lynette Horsburgh both ex ladies world title holders are among Cunningham's predecessors.

Wales and Ireland hope to retain their respective team trophies but watch out for a potentially formidable challenge from the Scots.

Conspicuous by their absence on the winners' boards in previous seasons, the Tartan Army is on the march to the Republic with a squad of over 70.

The re-emergence of the Scottish 8-Ball Pool Federation has re-vitalised the game north of the border.

The organisation has quadrupled in size in the past 12 months and is still growing. So, much so they could be serious contenders for the major prizes at the Green Isle.

As is customary, England will be represented in all categories including juniors, under 21's, wheelchair and over 50's. Indeed, the latter age group is proving popular not just in England but throughout pool playing nations. And with regular competitions, outside the major tournaments, it shows you’re never too old to pot balls!

Also encouraging for the spread of the sport on mainland Europe is the re-birth of France as a potting power. They are sending five teams to Dublin while neighbours Belgium will be represented by an A and B men's sides plus ladies team.

Further evidence of the game's growth is the expecting hosting in Spain of the 2013 European Championships followed by a return to Malta 12 months later.

Judging by the entry list and support given by the European 8-Ball Pool Federation, many nations are getting their acts together which all bodes well for a fantastic WEPF World Championship at Blackpool in June.

Details of the 2012 European Championships will available here at www.euro8ball.com throughout the EEPF European Championships.