EBSA European Under-21 Snooker Championships


The EBSA European Under-21 Snooker Championships is the premier amateur 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 as well as being awarded the Ebdon Trophy which is named in honour of former World Champion Peter Ebdon.[4]

Winners


[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[23] Eilat, Israel Jackson Page Ross Bulman 5–1
2020[24] Albufeira, Portugal Aaron Hill Hayden Staniland 5–2

Statistics


Champions by country

Country Players First title Last title
 England 7 2000 2014
 Wales 5 1998 2019
 Ireland 3 1997 2020
 Scotland 2 2002 2012
 Netherlands 1 1999 1999
 Northern Ireland 1 2005 2005
 Belgium 1 2009 2009
 Poland 1 2011 2011
 Isle of Man 1 2015 2015
  Switzerland 1 2017 2017
 Germany 1 2018 2018

See also


References


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