Bulcsú Révész is the new U18 european champion

Bulcsú Révész is the new U18 european snooker champion. The aged 16 Hungarian claimed victory in the decider facong England’s Liam Pullen at the 2023 EBSA European Snooker Championships in Malta in the best of 7 Frames Grand Final played this Friday night at St. Paul’s Bay Dolmen Hotel.

A fantastic U18 competition ended up in style with the Hungarian’s talent win

«It’s dedicated to my parents and my friends. I hope I gan bring some joy and a lot more people to watch and try snooker. I’m very happe. Thank you all», told us the new european champion: he succeeds Welshman Liam Davis as european champion.

Yes: Hungary has a U18 european snooker champion: Bulcsú Révéz amazing the ‘Old Continent’

Aged 17 Liam Pullen tried his best but it was not enough to avoid a 2nd lost final in just 6 weeks, after the defeat facing fellow countryman Stan Moody Februaryry 3rd at the WSF Junior Open played in Australia. But all the credit to Liam: what a fearless competitor he showed again to Europe this March 10th in Malta!

Ivan Brincat present the 3th place medal to Latvia’s Artemijs Zizins

Moldova’s Vladislav Gradinari and Latvia’s Artemijs Zizins got the bronze medal at the victory ceremony, presented by EBSA General Secretary Simon Smith along with Malta Billiards and Snooker Association Presidente Ivan Brincat and EBSA Vice President Ricardo Salgado.

Moldova’s Vladislav Gradinari got, as Artemijs Zizins, a 2nd medal in a row in 2 straight years

Last but not least Latvia’s Andrejs Pripjoks ended up with the U18 championships best break: a magnificent 141.

Ivan Brincat, President of MBSA, and EBSA Vice President Ricardo Salgado with the runner-up, Liam Pullen

Hungary celebrated in style his champion in a match who had Serbian Goran Stevelic as referee and Bulgaria’s Tsvetilina Minkova as marker.

Serbian referee Goran Stevelic received his medal from the hands of EBSA Vice President Ricardo Salgado

After Scotland’s Jack Borwick in the U16 competition, a 2nd of four 2023 european snooker champion is crowned in Malta, but still two more to come in the U21 championships and at the Men’s one until Saturday March 18th.

It’s done: the decisive end of the match thar crowned Bulcsú Révész as snooker U18 european champion

The best of 7 Frames Last 32 round of matches of the U21 championships will be Saturday’s March 11th attraction at the Dolmen hotel: the competition will go until the quarterfinals, to be played starting 4 p.m.