„This is for my Meisje!“

Feijen dedicates title to his little daughter

Portoroz,  Slovenia:  The  9-ball  finals  in  this   year’s   Dynamic  Billard European  Pool  Championships  have  been  played.  The  new  Champions   are Niels Feijen (NED), Jasmin

The 8-Ball Champions Jasmin  Ouschan, Fred Dinsmore and  Niels Feijen
The 8-Ball Champions Jasmin
Ouschan, Fred Dinsmore and
Niels Feijen

Ouschan (AUT) and Fred Dinsmore (IRL). The men’s  final match was a contest between two equal players. However, Zoran Svilar  (SRB)  committed  four unnecessary  fouls   during  the  final  match. That  was  simply  too  many  when  your opponent  is  „The  Terminator“  Niels  Feijen. Feijen lined up the final 9-ball at  8:6,  went  to his  chair,  got  a  little  blues  harp  out,  made some tunes,  pocketed  the  9-ball  and  stated: „This is  for  my  Meisje!“  Then  he  blew  a  big kiss  into  the camera.  His  meisje is  his 2  1/2 year  old daughter Lina that  he dedicated this victory  to.  What  a  great  gesture  from  a  real champion!
In the women’s final,  Jasmin Ouschan was the dominant  player over Line Kjoersvik  (NOR).  She  lead  5:1  and  6:2  and  Kjoersvik  was  never  able  to endanger her victory. 7:2 was the final result in favor of Ouschan who takes her second Gold Medal this week.
In  the  wheelchair  final,  Fred  Dinsmore  had  a  tough  match  with  Tony Southern  (GBR).  At  6:5 for  Dinsmore,  both  players engaged  in  a safety  battle where Dinsmore had  the better  end  on his  side.  The Irish won the final  match with 7:5.

Tomorrow the final day  will  start  with matches in  the Team  competition at 10:00 CET.
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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