Masters semis for 4 different nations

Wales, England, Belgium and Ireland got their tickets for Sunday 10 a.m. best of 7 Frames Masters Teams event semifinals at the 2022 EBSA European Snooker Championships this Saturday June 18th at Shengjin’s Delfin Resort.

Ireland caimed victory over Scotland’s Gary Scott and Paul Cairns in the quarters of the Masters event

Philip Williams and Masters 2022 champion, Darren Morgan – Team Wales 1 – will face Sunday morning in semifinal 1 will meet again this year’s Masters event runner-up Wayne Brown and Shaun Wilkes (Team England 2). Welshmen claimed victory in the decider facing Germany (Miro Popovic and Diana Stateczny) in the decider and one curiosity: Diana Stateczny 2022 Women event runner up, won both of her individual matches – but it was not enough do go through.

Philip Williams and Darren Morgan: last one aims for a double on Masters Teams, after winning Masters

On semifinal 2 also, to be played best of 7 Frames Sunday June 19th at 10 a.m. session, Team Belgium (Pascael Tollenaere and Peter Bullen) will face Team Ireland 2 – Stephen Walsh and John O’Sullivan.

Peter Bullen and Pascal Tollenare claimed victory by 4 frames to 1 facing Ireland’s in Masters quarterfinals

The final of the Masters Event is scheduled to be played best of 7 Frames starting 3 p.m. local time in Albania.

Neil Vincent: France still battles this Saturday night in Men’s Teams event for a place on Sunday’s semis

This Saturday night are also and still on the run the quarterfinals of the Men’s Teams event. Poland 1 (Mateusz Baranowski and Antoni Koswalski) claimed victory by 4 Frames to 2 facing Team Belgium 2 (Ben Mertens and Julien Sybrien Sokolowski) and Team Finland (Heikki Niva and Patrik Tiihonen) faces Team Ukraine 1 (Anton Kazakov and Matvei Lagodzinschii), a match which is still on the run.

Masters runner-up Wayne Brown with Shaun Wilkes partner: England 2 claimed victory facing England 1

In the other two matches of the quarterfinals on the run this Saturday night in Albania and aiming to be on Sunday’s best of 7 Frames 10 a.m. session, Team France 1 (Alexis Callewaert and Niel Vincent) have to show their skills facing Team Ukraine 1 (Iulian Boiko an Sergyi Isayenko) and Team Germany 1 (Richard Wienold and Felix Frede) faces Team Belgium 1 (Kevin Hanssens and Julien Leclercq).

Details are everything

The semis will also be played best of 7 Frames Sunday at 10 a.m. and the best of 9 Frames final of the Men’s Teams event is scheduled for 3 p.m. Also at 3 p.m. on Sunday June 19th France (Ophélie Laval and Angelique Vialard) face Poland (Dalia Alska and Kinga Petrzak) in the best of 5 Frames Women event final. The 3 Teams events finals will start at Shengjin’s Delfin Resort at the same hour.

Finland’s Tryggvi Erlingsson, Portugal’s Miguel Santos and Lithuania’s Janis Kiga: referees in a good mood!