Feijen and Zvilar battle for the Gold

9-Ball individuals down to final matches

Portoroz, Slovenia: In the men’s  semi-final, Niels Feijen (NED) destroyed Mateusz Sniegocki (POL) with 9:4. Feijen was  simply  too strong  for Sniegocki who could  never  get  to his

Niels Feijen (NED)
Niels Feijen (NED)

A-game.  Sniegocki committed two fouls  in the first  two racks and was  easy  prey for  Feijen  who  capitalized  from  these mistakes without  any  mercy.   After  13  racks, the match found a just winner in Niels  Feijen. He only  missed one shot  in the whole match and  his  safety  play  was  much  better  than Sniegocki’s.  The  Polish  player seemed  to be a  bit  tired  and  did  not  play  up  to  what  he played in earlier matches. In  the  second  semi-final  of  the  men’s division, Zoran Svilar (SRB) booked his  ticket  for the final match by  hammering young Ivo Aarts (NED) with 9:1. Aarts  was not too sad about this  though since it was his first European Championships  in the men’s division and he achieved an A-status with the Dutch Olympic Committee since he achieved a 3rd place in a European Championships.
In  the  women’s   division,  Jasmin  Ouschan  (AUT)  wasted  no  time  on Caroline Roos (SWE). The Austrian won 7:1 and left no chance to her opponent at any time in the match. The other semi-final in the women’s division was much more exciting.  Line Kjoersvik  (NOR)  had to  work hard to finally  get  to the final with a 7:6 victory over Sandra Baumgartner (AUT).
In  the  wheelchair  division,  the  final  match  will  be  played  between  Fred Dinsmore (IRE) and Tony Southern (GBR).
The  event  is  hosted  by  the  European  Governing  Body  for  Pool,  the European  Pocket  Billiard  Federation  (EPBF)  and  organized  by  International Billiard Promotion (IBP).  For further information and reference please go to the federation website  www.epconline.eu or contact our press office.

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