The 3 EBSA 2021 European Snooker Championships Team events finals (Men, Women and Seniors) are being played at Albufeira’s VidaMar Hotel Resort Algarve this Sunday afternoon since 2 p.m. with 5 nations dreaming with the gold instead of granted silver.
A all-England final in the Women Teams event is being played best os 5 frames, while in the tables aside at the Salgados venue a clash between Wales and Belgium, in Men Teams event, and Malta battling with Ireland in the Seniors Teams event – both being played best of 9 frames – are taking place, to distribute the last 6 medals (3 golds and 3 silver ones) of a total 36 in the nine events of this 2021 EBSA European Snooker Championships.
15 of 43 countries assured themselves already medals to take home 3 matches from the end of the competition. England leads the race with 6 podium’s so far but 8 assured in advance: 2 gold medals, 1 silver medal and 3 bronze medals… and still one gold and one silver still to come granted in the Women Teams event.
The finals will be played from 2 p.m. and the trophys to all teams will be delivered at a Closing Official Ceremony scheduled for 6.30 p.m. at the main venue of the VidaMar Hotel Resort Hotel.
So Far, in the 2021 EBSA European Snooker Championships medals race, after 6 events Belgium and Wales granted 2 golds ones each, while Estonia and England the other two.
Belgium has also two silver medals won. But England, with 1 silver and 3 bronze also assured, granted already 5 medals before the 3 Teams events semis. England leads in medals and still two more will come from the Three Lions from Women Teams competition; the question is if they are going to be gold or silver, because two more bronze ones are already granted in the event.