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EBSA European Under-21 Snooker Championships

The EBSA European Under-21 Snooker Championships is the premier non-professional junior snooker tournament in Europe. The event series is sanctioned by the European Billiards & Snooker Association. It took place first in 1997 and is held annually since then. The event was known as the EBSA European Under-19 Snooker Championships until 2010.[1][2][3] In most years the winner of the tournament qualifies for the next two seasons of the World Snooker Tour and well as being awarded the Ebdon Trophy which is named in honour of former World Champion Peter Ebdon.[4]

Contents

WinnersEdit

[1][2][3]

Year Venue Winner Runner-up Score
EBSA European Under-19 Snooker Championships
1997   Saint Helier, Jersey   Thomas Dowling   Michael Holt 6–3
1998[5]   Rabat, Malta   Ian Preece   Sean O'Neill 7–3
1999   Kalisz, Poland   Gerrit bij de Leij   Ian Preece 6–3
2000   Budapest, Hungary   Roger Baksa   Rolf de Jong 6–3
2001[6]   Bad Wildungen, Germany   Mark Joyce   David Donovan 6–3
2002   Carlow, Ireland   Robert Shanks   Mark Joyce 6–3
2003[7]   Riga, Latvia   Jamie O’Neill   Robert Shanks 6–3
2004[8]   Wellingborough, England   Jamie Jones   Mark Allen 6–3
2005[9]   Yekaterinburg, Russia   Mark Allen   Chris Norbury 6–5
2006[10]   Riga, Latvia   Ben Woollaston   Vincent Muldoon 6–4
2007[11]   Prestatyn, Wales   Michael White   Vincent Muldoon 6–2
2008[12]   Glasgow, Scotland   Stephen Craigie   Anthony McGill 6–2
2009[13]   Saint Petersburg, Russia   Luca Brecel   Michael Wasley 6–5
2010[14]   Qawra, Malta   Jak Jones   Anthony McGill 6–4
EBSA European Under-21 Snooker Championships
2011[15]   Qawra, Malta   Kacper Filipiak   Michael Leslie 6–3
2012[16]   Sofia, Bulgaria   Michael Leslie   Shane Castle 6–2
2013[17]   Bor, Serbia   James Cahill   Ashley Carty 6–0
2014[18]   Bucharest, Romania   Oliver Lines   Josh Boileau 6–1
2015[19]   Qawra, Malta   Darryl Hill   Louis Heathcote 6–3
2016[20]   Wrocław, Poland   Josh Boileau   Brandon Sargeant 6–1
2017[21]   Nicosia, Cyprus   Alexander Ursenbacher   Jackson Page 6–4
2018[22]   Sofia, Bulgaria   Simon Lichtenberg   Tyler Rees 6–3
2019   Eilat, Israel   Jackson Page   Ross Bulman 5–1

StatisticsEdit

Champions by countryEdit

Country Players First title Last title
  England 7 2000 2014
  Wales 5 1998 2019
  Ireland 2 1997 2016
  Scotland 2 2002 2012
  Netherlands 1 1999 1999
  Northern Ireland 1 2005 2005
  Belgium 1 2009 2009
  Poland 1 2011 2011
  Mannin 1 2015 2015
  Switzerland 1 2017 2017
  Germany 1 2018 2018

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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  15. ^ "European Snooker Championships U21 2011 – play-off results". European Billiards & Snooker Association. Archived from the original on 12 July 2014. Retrieved 6 June 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
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  21. ^ "European Snooker Championships U21 - Nicosia / Cyprus 2017". EBSA. Retrieved 10 March 2017.
  22. ^ "European Snooker Championships U21 2018 – play-off results". European Billiards & Snooker Association. Retrieved 9 February 2018.